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04 Jul, 2019

Episode 61-- Weekly IoT News Update

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IoT news for this week:

Microsoft’s HoloLens Not Fit for AR-Assisted Surgery, Study Suggests

Microsoft’s HoloLens Not Fit for AR-Assisted Surgery, Study Suggests

Hi, my name is Kevin and I don’t like smart home scenes

Quick show of hands: How many of you smart home owners actively use scenes in your house? This might surprise you but, my hand is not raised…

The Google Assistant is now available in Waze

Think about the last time you were stuck in traffic—the minutes you spent staring at a long line of red taillights probably didn't feel productive.

The New Wilderness

The need to regulate online privacy is a truth so universally acknowledged that even Facebook and Google have joined the chorus of voices crying for change…

Akamai Introduces The Edge Cloud Solution, Designed To Scale, Secure And Simplify IoT Connected Device And In-Application Messaging

Akamai (NASDAQ: AKAM), the intelligent edge platform for securing and delivering digital experiences, today unveiled Edge Cloud…

PTC Supercharges Vuforia Augmented Reality Platform with New Technology, Acquisition, Customers, and Collaborations

Industrial Sector Moves Quickly to Adopt Vuforia Augmented Reality with Focus on Improving Workforce Productivity and Operational Efficiency…

CyberX Launches Single Unified Solution for Securing Unmanaged IoT and ICS Devices

Extends Market-Leading, Agentless Industrial Cybersecurity Platform to Protect All Unmanaged IoT Devices in the Enterprise…

Apple breathes new life into HomeKit with a focus on privacy and security

Given the past few years of history, I wasn’t expecting to hear much about HomeKit this week from Apple’s WorldWide Developer Conference…

Regulating or breaking up Big Tech: an antitrust explainer

US regulators will investigate whether companies like Amazon, Facebook, and Google have too much power. Here’s an introduction to the issues.

Tuya and Microsoft collaborate to power Smart Home Products on the Microsoft Azure Cloud

Tuya, the world's leading AI + IoT company, is announcing a new partnership with Microsoft at Computex 2019 that will deliver Tuya-powered smart home and office products on Microsoft's Azure Cloud in Q3 of this year.

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