The 1.5 Billion Dollar Market: IoT Security The two biggest challenges in 2018 will continue to be protecting against unauthorized access, and patching/updating the software of the device. Companies must not neglect the security problems of IoT and IIoT devices. Cyberattacks on the Internet of Things (IoT) are already a reality. According to Gartner‘s market researchers, global spending on IoT security

Teleduino controller

I wrote a few years ago about Teleduino project for making IoT using Arduino at Teleduino IoT API for Arduino article. This article described connecting Arduino to Internet and controlling it with web browser URLs. The article also mentioned that there is an Android App Teleduino Controller. Then got an comment that said: I invite

Arduino Catches IoT Wave | EE Times There are a lot of people that are changing the world by building anything and everything. Arduino is enjoying success in the IoT wave because its easy to use, relatively inexpensive, and supported by a large ecosystem. Intel’s decision to stop supporting its Arduino products, including Joule, Galileo, Edison and Arduino 101, has left

New things at Google I/O 2018

Google I/O 2018 is starts soon. I/O tries to bring together developers from around the globe for talks, hands-on learning with Google experts, and a first look at Google’s latest developer products. The Verge article Eight things to expect at Google I/O 2018 tells that at this year’sI/O, which will be held again at the

Microsoft built its own custom Linux kernel for its new IoT service | TechCrunch Microsoft announced the launch of a secure end-to-end IoT product that focuses on microcontroller-based devices. At the core of Azure Sphere is a new class of certified MCUs. MediaTek is producing the first set of these new MCUs (single-core ARM-A7 systems that run at 500MHz). Interesring twist is that for the first time ever,

FrostBite IoT dev board

Sundelin & Kouri Engineering Ltd launched a completely new C++-based platform and development board for accelerated IoT and embedded development called FrostBite. The new board, Frostbite, is based on Nordic’s nRF52840 SoC silicon, featuring powerful 64MHz ARM Cortex M4F CPU, 256K of RAM and 1M of on-chip flash memory, on-chip soft radio for multitude of