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The Internet Of Things Might Try To Kill You

The Internet Of Things Might Try To Kill You | Internet of Things | Scoop.it

Sure, let's connect all our devices to the Internet. But let's fence out the bad guys first....Will the Internet of Things will be the harbinger of a post-apocalyptic world where we're all huddled over smoldering fires and munching on lichens? Probably not. But it's time to take security more seriously to minimize the odds that malefactors can wreak havoc via the smallest of our devices.


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Jeff Domansky's curator insight, September 19, 2013 2:19 AM

Hypothetical? Maybe. Thought provoking? Definitely! Recommended reading.

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Gecko Is One Small Step For The Internet Of Things, One Huge Leap For Your Smartphone

Gecko Is One Small Step For The Internet Of Things, One Huge Leap For Your Smartphone | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
The Internet of Things — like true mobile wallets or Internet-connected coffee makers — is on the horizon. It awaits us, a world where all of our devices..

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Karl Wabst's curator insight, September 20, 2013 3:05 PM

Some interesting ideas here. Control your smartphone, track the kids and dog, know when a door is opened or track when a pill bottle has not been opened in time for the next dose. The underlying technology will provide opportunities and challenges. Stay tuned.

 

This is a crowd-funded project. Check out the funding site for more information

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/gecko-make-your-smart-phone-smarter

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Hacking the Internet of Things for Good: Google Glass

Read our blog post for the full story: https://blog.lookout.com/blog/2013/07/17/hacking-the-internet-of-things-for-good. Connected things need to be thought ...
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How the Internet of Things Changes Everything - Stefan Ferber ...

How the Internet of Things Changes Everything - Stefan Ferber ... | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Business bloggers at Harvard Business Review discuss a variety of business topics including managing people, innovation, leadership, and more.
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Internet of Things Bill of Rights - Boing Boing

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The New York Times asked Adafruit's founder and engineer, Limor 'Ladyada' Fried to contribute to an article series called ROOM for DEBATE. We believe Internet of Things devices should all come with a well established ...
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Nordic APIs Wrap Up Day One: IoT and Security Dominate Discussion

Nordic APIs Wrap Up Day One: IoT and Security Dominate Discussion | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Day one of the Nordic APIs conference wrapped up on Wednesday 18 September, with a second day of presentations and discussions planned for today. Over 120 participants attending from across the region, in addition to a ...
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Raspberry Pi starter kit aims to inspire IoT innovation

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Internet of Things (IoT) manufacturer Ciseco has taken the wraps off a new Raspberry Pi inventor's kit called RasWIK. (@Raspberry_Pi starter kit aims to inspire #IoT innovation.

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Will the Smartphone Survive the Internet of Things? - SiliconANGLE (blog)

Will the Smartphone Survive the Internet of Things? - SiliconANGLE (blog) | Internet of Things | Scoop.it

SiliconANGLE (blog)Will the Smartphone Survive the Internet of Things?SiliconANGLE (blog)The smartphone has been around for a few years now.


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Fred Thiel's curator insight, September 18, 2013 11:42 AM
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roberto gilli's curator insight, September 19, 2013 4:52 AM

I think that smartphone, at least in near-near future, will stay as a good hub for other smart objects and data. But smart glasses and watch (and other wearable technologies) are less intrusive: a great usability advantage.

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2013: 10 Signs that Internet of Things and M2M Markets are Moving to Next Phase

1. New Focus for Solution Developers – The focus of the value creation of other solution developers and marketers – including millennials – will be the enterprise, SMB and something new, The Quantum Enterprise.  Working for big business is good business, working to create new businesses is great business.

2. No More Games for Millennials...


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White Paper - M2M platforms are re-cast for the age of the ‘Internet of Things’ | Machina Research

White Paper - M2M platforms are re-cast for the age of the ‘Internet of Things’ | Machina Research | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
As the industry evolves from its vertical M2M heritage to a horizontal Internet of Things, the requirements for software platforms are evolving. A new White Paper from Machina Research examines the implications of this fundamental shift.
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M2M: Evolution of a Billion Dollar Industry - Satellite Today

M2M: Evolution of a Billion Dollar Industry - Satellite Today | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
M2M: Evolution of a Billion Dollar Industry
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M2M industry booms as companies and consumers demand more real time data.
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Elektron looks lively for Xively in IoT innovation - Business Weekly

Elektron looks lively for Xively in IoT innovation - Business Weekly | Internet of Things | Scoop.it
Elektron looks lively for Xively in IoT innovation
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A Cambridge-US technology tie-up is set to accelerate progress in a key area of the Internet of Things.
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