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The IoT and coworking spaces have a lot in common. Both need to strike a careful balance between forging accessible yet secure connections to engage with and protect their growing communities. It’s...

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More medical devices – this time, syringe infusion pumps – have been found to contain vulnerabilities that hackers could use to compromise the safe treatment of patients.  Eight recently discovered...

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An article by Marc, Editor at IoT Business News. The 5G evolution is gaining momentum. On the heels of a successful real-world test of near-gigabit speeds using 4G networks in Florida, Verizon is preparing...

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Recent work by researchers at IOactive has revealed worrying vulnerabilities in today’s commercially available collaborative robots.    One of the biggest arguments in favour of collaborative...

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San Francisco politician Jane Kim is pushing for a robot tax on companies gaining an advantage from automation. The move could raise funds for retraining and lower the rate at which jobs are lost. One...

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As the future of self-driving cars continues to evolve, many of the largest tech companies, auto industries, and city planners around the world are working to prepare for the impacts that autonomous...

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Today’s news items begin with an exciting Disney research which teaches AI how to judge short stories. Going further, Intersil is offering robust, high-speed RS-485/RS-422 transceivers claimed...

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A Dutch security researcher claims to have found vulnerabilities in internet-connected solar panel equipment installed throughout Europe, which could potentially be exploited by hackers. Willem Westerhof,...

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When the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) released the Bluetooth mesh specification in mid-July, the launch heralded something much greater than just a new wireless spec. The move formalized...

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A Senate bill would do nothing about consumer devices like connected teddy bears. Let’s talk about toys. Technically, we’re going to talk about toys as a smarter path to thinking about regulating...

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Nearly 200,000 security cameras connected to the internet sport a security vulnerability that can allow hackers to control them remotely. According to a report published by IT security company BitDefender,...

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Researchers at the University of Tokyo have developed a mesh-based substance known as nanomesh that could be used to make wearable health monitors. The research could lead to the development of non-invasive...