Intel will stop making its Curie chip for wearables and its Arduino 101 maker board.
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Google engineers want to connect USB devices to webpages to help hardware manufactures bypass the need to build native drivers.
Employees at one company have bridled at the use of IoT motion-sensors placed unannounced under desks to track their movements.
Manufacturer element14 is offering to customise the cheap computing boards for customers that order larger volumes.
But analyst firm Gartner has slashed its 2020 forecast for Internet of Things devices by 20 percent, or five billion units.
Swedish carrier Telia has made its move on the connected car market, unveiling Sense, a service that offers in-vehicle wi-fi, remote monitoring and a host of other safety and maintenance alerts.
For as little as $3, an attacker can silently tell any voice assistant to open up a malicious webpage.
Google is building a new operating system and kernel to run low-power and fully-featured devices for the internet.
Build your own home assistant with a $35 Raspberry Pi running Windows 10 IoT Core, linked to a speaker and mic.
A Raspberry Pi-powered sensor can help you detect inaudible sounds from your surrounding area.