Amazon Web Services last week announced the "live" release of two new Internet of Things services that it had previewed at its re:Invent conference back in November 2018.
The Eclipse Foundation's IoT Working Group has published the results of its 2019 IoT Developer Survey, and though much has stayed the same since the last survey, a few things have changed.
On Thursday Microsoft announced a number of improvements to its Azure cloud platform designed to give developers increased capabilities for AI, machine learning, mixed reality, blockchain and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, via both hybrid cloud and edge architectures.
Why so many experts expect 5G to transform IoT -- if the new standards set for 5G's latency are actually achieved.
This week, Santa Clara, Calif.-based Sensory announced the "first full-feature release" of TrulyNatural, its speech recognition and processing platform for embedded systems.
According to a recent IoT security report from F-Secure, a lack of good password security (or no password at all) combined with unpatched vulnerabilities contribute to 87 percent of all IoT attacks.
Oracle has added some serious Internet of Things muscle to today's release of Java Card 3.1, with new features to address use cases across markets ranging from telecom and payments to cars and wearables.
Business Intelligence embedded as a feature in applications is growing in importance, according to the 2018 Edition Embedded Business Intelligence Market Study by Dresner Advisory Services.
Electronic components distributor Digi-Key Electronics introduced new design tool called DK IoT Studio, a low-code integrated development environment for Internet of Things projects.
The Eclipse Foundation is joining forces with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation to form a new Eclipse working group focused on improving Kubernetes IoT and edge deployments, the two organizations announced.
The standards organization behind 350 open source projects and home of the Eclipse IDE added 16 new member organizations in August to its roster of 275 members.
Sometimes it's okay to poke the bear, with the metaphorical bear in this case being the Internet of Things (IoT). Industry analyst Bola Rotibi shares her take based on recent findings.