Episode 54-- Weekly IoT News Update
IoT news for this week:
Thanks to the power of 5G connectivity, some very fancy wearable tech and a brand new app we’ve created, the answer to this burning question is no longer out of reach.
Every technology transition brings in the sense of excitement for what could be next. In multi-dimensional shift that touches every layer of the stack…
In a move that further diversifies its business, Comcast Corp. has acquired BluVector…
Mocana said March 4 that it raised $15 million in funding led by Sway Ventures. Existing investors Shasta Ventures and ForgePoint Capital (formerly Trident Cyber) also participated.
As a global conglomerate, Samsung is into a lot of things: appliances, phones, chips, tanker ships.
An inside look at how PepsiCo is looking to extend its manufacturing control processes with machine learning to assess quality and improve production efficiencies.
New technology, approaches will provide some protection, but gaps still remain.
That's obviously not the only thing going for the company's latest workout-friendly wearable, but its relative cuteness is surprisingly important here.
The latest IDC Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker report has found that the global wearable devices market grew 31.4% during Q4-2018, with 59.3 million units shipped.
US-based Cyxtera Technologies has released new research which has revealed that IoT devices are continuously being attacked, particularly those leveraging zero-day vulnerabilities for certain devices.