This Week in Internet of Things (IoT): 10/17/2014

Each week, we scour the Internet superhighway for the latest and greatest Internet of Things news. From product launches to thought leadership articles, below are our five favorite IoT items this week.

Simon Segars: Looking forward to the future and the ‘internet of things’


Simon Segars slides what I assume is his business card across the bar. It isn’t. Instead, there is a tiny microchip glinting at the card’s centre that packs enough power to run a Fitbit sports device or Pebble watch. Read More.

IT Digest: Slight job growth in September; GE makes play for ‘Internet of Things’


General Electric is aggressively marketing the “Internet of Things” — a network of connected ­devices, such as wearable fitness trackers or smartphone-controlled thermostats — to its large industrial customers. Read more.

Will fledging Kiwi startups drive Internet of Things solutions?






Makers and startups, not tech providers, consumer goods companies or enterprises, will drive acceptance, use and growth in the Internet of Things…Read More.

From WiFi to LiFi: start-up is poised to win $10m funding











A British hi-tech start-up has invented a light bulb fitting capable of acting as the equivalent of a wireless network in the home. Read more.

The 15 most hackable and terrifying things (infographic)


We are only at the dawn of the internet of things (IoT) where a multitude of wireless devices will present a hacker’s paradise. But the scary reality is that in today’s world it is existing devices we need to be worried about. Read more.

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