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Building Distributed Systems and Microservices in Go with NATS Streaming

A while ago, I have written a blog post Introducing NATS to Go Developers for using Apcera NATS as the messaging system for building distributed …

Alexa Smart Lamp With ESP8266

Reflow Soldering Hotplate<p>3D Printable Robotic Actuator<p>Haunted Robotic Teddy Bear<p>3D CAM and CNC Class<p>Ms. Stern, you are the Bomb and I truly enjoy …

15 Idiotic Internet of Things Devices Nobody Asked For

Humans contain multitudes. We have a demonstrated ability to work hard, sweat and toil for our daily bread, and, as a society, achieve magnificent …

33C3: Breaking IoT Locks

Fast-forward to the end of the talk, and you’ll hear someone in the audience ask [Ray] “Are there any Bluetooth locks that you can recommend?” and he …

Interactive ESP8266 Development with PunyForth

Forth is one of those interesting languages that has a cult-like following. If you’ve never looked into it, its strength is that it is dead simple to …

The Internet Of Things Is Still Hackable as Hell

This warning is as true now as it’s ever been: beware of cheap internet-connected gadgets.<p>Remember that massive DDoS attack that took down a major …

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NEW PRODUCT – Red Bear IoT pHAT for Raspberry Pi – WiFi + BTLE – unassembled

Building A LoRa PHY With SDR

The Internet of Things is terrible when it’s your toaster. The real fun happens when you have hundreds or thousands of sensors sending data back to a …

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Integrating Legacy Tools into IoT Initiatives: Three Questions to Ask<p>April 12, 2018<p>New Research: Bridging the Gap Between Digital Transformation …

Approach IoT security as a system design problem

Don't let IoT security be an afterthought. The National Institute of Science and Technology (NIST) suggests integrating systems security engineering …

MGC3030/MGC3130 3D Gesture Controllers - Microchip

Microchip's MGC3030/MGC3130 are single-chip solutions to enable 3D gesture control in almost any product, such as wireless speakers, radios, light …

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Welcome to PTC Resource Center<p>PTC is changing the way we create in our new interconnected world. Explore this Resource Center to learn how PTC is …

Bluetooth LED bulbs

The best known smart bulb setups (such as the Philips Hue and the Belkin Wemo) are based on Zigbee, a low-energy, low-bandwidth protocol that …

The "Internet of Things" Needs a Fix

In the late 1970s my parents bought a new family TV, the first we'd ever owned that came with a remote control. My mom was appalled: “How hard can it …

Netherlands rolls out world-first nationwide Internet of Things network

South Korean telco SK Telecom recently claimed it was rolling out the world's first nationwide Internet of Things (IoT) network, but it looks like …

How Do You Define the Internet of Things

To gather insights for <i>DZone's 2016 Internet of Things (IoT) Research Guide</i>, scheduled for release in June, 2016, we spoke to 10 executives, from 9 …

How IoT will change the job market

The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to bring millions of devices online, and as many as a quarter million unique IoT applications will be …

Arduino IOT automation with ESP8266

This is a IoT automation project. not like others which only fetch the sensor data to the internet. i used there technique to control the devices by …

Connect a Raspberry Pi to IBM Watson IoT Platform - developerWorks Recipes

Get your Device and Bluemix setup ready<p><b>Get your Device ready:</b><p>Connect your <b>Raspberry Pi</b> to the internet. Ensure you are able to reach (Ping) and …

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Microsoft, Samsung and Intel form smart home alliance

The connected home has a huge problem. Very little few of the devices actually talk to one another. Thanks to competing communication protocols and companies creating proprietary ecosystems that only let their products talk to one another, users are forced to open multiple apps to have the home of …

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Amazon's IoT Hacking Contest Won By Voice-Controlled Drone

An anonymous reader writes: <i>On Thursday, Amazon announced the winners of its first-ever "AWS IoT Mega Contest," a competitive hardware hacking event</i> …

GSMA IoT Security Guidelines – complete document set

The set of guideline documents promotes a methodology for developing secure IoT services to ensure security best practices are implemented throughout …

The Internet of Broken Things (or, Why am I so Cold?)

Although the Internet of Things (IoT) is a reasonably new term, the idea isn’t really all that new. Many engineers and hackers have created networked …

“Hello Barbie” Not an IoT Nightmare After All

Security researchers can be a grim crowd. Everything, when looked at closely enough, is insecure at some level, and this leads to a lot of pessimism …

IoT Security Is So Bad, There's a Search Engine For Sleeping Kids

An anonymous reader writes: Shodan, a search engine for the Internet of Things (IoT), recently launched a new section that lets users easily browse …

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The DMCA poisoned the Internet of Things in its cradle

Bruce Schneier explains the short, terrible history of the Internet of Things, in which companies were lured to create proprietary lock-ins for their …

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