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Let’s Encrypt, a nonprofit certificate authority launched in 2016, has delivered on its pledge to offer free certificates that enable secure HTTP connections for complete domains. The organization’s new...

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It seems like yesterday we were in Tunis at the 2005 World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS), where I was involved in the negotiations that led to the formation of the Internet Governance Forum...

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ARM believes its architecture for object detection could find its way into everything from cameras to dive masks. Slide courtesy of ARM. You can’t hop on an earnings call or pick up a connected...

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Alexandros Marinos, CEO and founder of Resin.io If the internet of things is to scale to millions of devices and embrace millions of different use cases it’s going to need developers. And to broaden...

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Imagine you’re at the starting line of a race, excited about the opportunity that awaits you when you complete the course. The starting pistol is fired and you try to take off, but instead of soaring...

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If we want organizations like Equifax to be good data stewards, we, the users and consumers, must mobilize. In October, the Internet Society explored why the dominant approach to data handling, based around...

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As more and more smart devices being used in the home can be accessed by smartphone apps, hackers are focusing on exploiting software flaws and hacking the apps that control these devices. Recently,...

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If you are a maker or a budding coder and want to create something unique and exciting, here’s how you can get hands-on with your computer science and electronics skills. A new Rapsbbery-Pi...

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The computer-generated map of an environment from stereo cameras on a drone. Taken at Qualcomm’s robotics lab last week. Yes, that is me taking the picture. I talk a lot about computer vision because...