The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed a complaint against D-Link saying the company failed to secure its routers and internet-connected cameras.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is out in full force at CES 2017, and Bitdefender's updated Box wants to secure all the things.
Securif announced preorders for the Almond 3, a smart home router that acts as a centralized hub for ZigBee devices.
Avast uncovered a flaw in Vizio Smart TVs that could let an attacker access its local network. Vizio patched it quickly, but it brings to light security issues about the Internet of Things.
Imagination announced that its upcoming Creator Ci40 developer board will support Google's IoT-focused Brillo operating system, OpenWrt, as well as Debian.
A recap of the keynote from IDF 2015: RealSense "Immersion," wearables, the Curie IoT platform — and a terrifying army of robot spiders.
Qualcomm announced the acquisition of CSR, a fabless semiconductor company that should help Qualcomm accelerate its entrance and expansion in the automotive and "Internet of Everything" markets.
The newest iteration of the LightBlue Bean, the Bean+, is larger and more powerful than its predecessor, but it's still less than a third the length of a banana.
The Thread Group announced the launch of its mesh networking wireless protocol that can also connect directly to the Internet, is resilient against disconnections, and secure by default.
Universal Plug and Play is the original Internet of Things, in a way. Devices sharing media and information is the basis of IoT, so it is no wonder that UPnP hopes to shape IoT in the near future.
Snappy Ubuntu Core is designed to work with clouds and virtualization platforms as well as low powered Internet and robotic devices.
Google intends to make the interaction with the Internet of Things more seamless by removing the need for apps where it's not practical, with its new project called the "Physical Web."
Qualcomm wants to expand beyond just smartphones and tablets into robotics, augmented reality glasses, edge computing and the Internet of Everything.
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