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One use of Microsoft’s Brainwave FPGAs at the edge could be processing video. I was in Seattle this week at Microsoft’s Build conference, where video was one of the stars of the show. The...

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Microsoft is looking for Earthling developers to use its secure new Linux distro Sphere for their IoT solutions. The company is putting security at the fore of their effort which aims to provide an end-to-end...

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As the largest cable and Internet TV service company around the nation, Comcast hopes to provide a more convenient and seamless TV experience for its users after the releasing of the X1 TV entertainment...

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Lior and Liran Akavia, Seebo Co-Founders. Image courtesy of Seebo. Building hardware is hard. That’s the common refrain parroted after the latest smart gadget failure. And it’s true. Building...

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The Dallas Fort Worth airport uses the Lunera lights. Image courtesy of DFW. This week I met a company called Lunera that’s embedding computing in LED light bulbs. Literally. Each LED bulb slots...

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The Noon lighting system. This week on The Internet of Things Podcast, hear from Phil Skipper of Vodafone, who discusses the details of building a low power wide area network using cellular. Skipper...

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This week’s KRACK vulnerability brought to light many of the fears around connected gadgets proliferating in our homes. Perhaps the biggest one being that such gadgets could lead to some epic security...

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Anyone who likes to binge watch TV while cooking knows the pain of having to stop kneading dough to pause a show or move to the next episode. In comes Bixi, a device that’s the brainchild of French...

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Upon visiting Berlin’s IFA2107  — Germany’s answer to CES — recently,  there was one word I kept hearing: Alexa. In the consumer hardware space, it’s a great time to...