World's smallest Linux server, with Wi-Fi built-in. Building for the Internet of Things doesn't get easier than this!
It’s an open secret that the Internet of Things (if we must call it so) is pretty terrible, whether in standards, interoperability or security. You don’t really expect good security in a smart light bulb or coffee maker, though. A smart front door lock, however, really shouldn’t be quite this easy to hack. READ.
comparethecloud.net — Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Google+ StumbleUpon Reddit Xing Buffer Print The internet of things (IoT) has been dubbed ‘Industrie 4.0’ in Germany for its potential to spark a new industrial… Open in a new tab
Singularity HUB — Raja Jurdak Artificial Intelligence Big Data & Data Visualization Computing Featured Tech Take a look around and you’ll see evidence of the widespread adoption of wearable sensors for health… Open in a new tab
A little while ago Amazon announced a programmable button, based on the Dash button, and made for developers. It’s basically a wireless button that sends a signal to Amazon’s cloud services when you press it. That’s it. A nerd can program that service to react by performing any function. I’d been tinkering with Amazon’s Lambda service for some projects. Lambda can be used to react to these kinds of events so I figured what the hell, let me order this button. READ.
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