IoT and blockchain could help us better govern and monitor our environmental impact, coordinating economic development with environmental conservation.
"Energy harvesting" is about capturing energy from ambient sources. As device makers use it more effectively, IoT will become more useful and flexible.
IoT has become embroiled in controversy related to security issues in 2019. The most common threats involve hijacking, leaks and unsecured devices.
IoT device security has some inherent vulnerabilities. The solution is up to IoT developers and manufacturers. We need security standards.
Smart home interoperability is a big hurdle. Those companies that embed application-level interoperability into their product strategy will reap rewards.
80 percent of consumers don't trust that their IoT devices will keep their data safe. Rigorously testing your IoT product can build trust with customers.
AWS Lightsail is an entry-level AWS service, offering app developers access to a configurable virtual private server (VPS) and a suite of easy to use tools.
AI and workplace automation are adding a new dimension to problem-solving that is benefiting businesses in a range of industries.
The IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act may make the infamously insecure world of IoT more secure through standards and by holding vendors accountable.
IBM research has revealed a way to patch security vulnerabilities before they exist, by combining recurrent and convolutional deep learning neural networks.
Mixed reality (MR) and AI can enhance farming output and efficiency. Farmers can regulate crop health, conduct soil analysis, and more.
As WiFi 6 and 5G hit the market in 2019, debates like "5G WiFi 6 vs 5G" for IoT will intensify. But these two standards may be symbiotic after all.