The companies have joined hands to introduce a new technology that is aimed at addressing security issues of the Internet of Things ecosystem.
The IoT security services provider has signed up to the initiative aimed at driving the adoption of fog computing to solve main IoT challenges.
As Internet of Things continues to expand, the globe’s leading companies are concentrating their efforts on developing the emerging technology.
Burger King ran a TV advertisement this week, which prompted Google’s smart home devices to read Wikipedia’s description of its signature burger.
The company has unveiled two new smart home products at its Samsung Unpacked 2017 event on Wednesday that are promised to simplify our everyday lives.
Telstra unveiled plans to create the first national Internet of Things network, thus contributing to further expansion of the IoT sector in Australia.
The team behind IOTA is going to introduce the first decentralized blockless tokens for the Internet of Things that will allow users make transactions at zero fees.
At the opening ceremony of the new Watson IoT centre in Germany, IBM announced a number of new partnerships to promote the use of the IoT technology.
There is no more need to queue in the forecourt shop – Jaguar and Shell have developed a simple and secure way to pay for fuel without leaving a car.
The blockchain-enabled open source project developing the Internet of People reveals its ambitious roadmap for 2017.
The group will focus on the adoption of bitcoin’s underlying technology to the Internet of Things segment.
As far as IoT industry is rapidly developing, investors need to start taking note of the IoT right now.
The consortium is making progress in developing common standards for connecting IoT devices, while other market players propose their own interoperable solutions.