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Build-your-own broadband: Small towns in the United States and the United Kingdom are increasingly bypassing large ISPs and building their own broadband networks, according to two recent stories. Reuters...

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You’ve heard it before: Generation Z will be different. The generation admires YouTube celebrities who’ve acquired fame and fortune through monetizing their channels and entrepreneurs who’ve made...

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Cold chains are susceptible to mechanical breakdowns, traffic delays, theft, human error, and numerous other factors. With IoT, issues can be handled in real time, with an entire infrastructure reacting...

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You know it’s 2018 when you are woken by your smart home to find your Google Assistant working on your shopping list, while Alexa informs you of your plans for the day. While talking to machines...

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Though the strength of the Internet of Things (IoT) stems from its ability to be more than the sum of its parts, its devices have long been lone rangers. Hardware, software, middleware, cloud, storage,...

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New Program to Address Product Vulnerabilities as Component of PTC’s Shared Responsibility Model. Continuing its commitment to promoting shared responsibility for safe and secure IoT deployments, PTC...

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Encryption for us, not for you: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is researching ways to improve mobile encryption for federal users, even as the FBI continues to fight against encrypted data on...

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Despite bullish growth predictions, enterprise customers have tempered their expectations about the pace of adoption; key to unlocking pent up demand lies in IoT vendors addressing barriers to adoption,...

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For a century, L.L. Bean had an extremely liberal product-return policy, with no time limit and no receipt requirement. You could get a full refund for boots purchased decades ago. But many people...