There’s a small but growing overlap between two of today’s buzzier technologies, yet it’s far from certain that blockchain’s impact on the Internet of Things is going to be widespread, particularly in the near-term.
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This week's roundup features new tech from MIT, big news in the automotive sector and a handy new level of centralization from a smaller IoT-focused company.
Quantum technology’s set to make public-key infrastructure obsolete before too long, but it might also keep your data secure.
Mobile World Congress, the wireless industry’s big annual showcase, featured a heavy emphasis on 5G, the next generation of licensed mobile networks.
This IoT roundup covers a satellite-based IoT network, commercial real estate, and IoT on the road.
A new group called LF Edge is pushing for an open unified framework that will promote plug-and-play interoperability, cloud provisioning, other streamlining to improve edge networks.
The internet of things has spawned a broad range of sensors and monitors that make for smart home conveniences and also make businesses run more safely and cost-effectively
Spinning the company’s Predix IIoT platform into its own company pulls GE's approach to the technology back into line with the competition.
With internet of things traffic poised to explode, vendors take on fleet management and the ISO ratifies an IoT standard addressing security, management and interoperability.
There’s a blizzard of vendors and analysts issuing IoT predictions for 2019 and beyond. Here’s a primer on how to read them.
The use of IoT tech in the retail sector is growing fast, but where’s the killer app?
Wi-Fi 6 – aka 802.11ax – will begin to make its way into new installations in 2019, bringing with it a host of technological upgrades aimed at simplifying wireless-network problems.
The internet of things devices gather massive amounts of data in corporate settings, and that puts a range of demands on networks and data centers.
Akamai and Limelight ramp up edge networking; Splunk gets into industrial IoT management and monitoring.
The Wi-Fi alliance has changed the naming scheme for Wi-Fi standards, abandoning the 802.11 designations for simpler names like Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 5, Wi-Fi 4, etc., but that may gloss over some of the finer points of the old IEEE system.