IoT

Alexander the friendly robot visits the Indoor Park to interact with children by telling classic fairy tales, singing and dancing at Westfield London on August 10, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Jeff Spicer / Getty Images Israel for Westfield)

FBI warns parents: Internet-connected toys can spy on your kids

On July 17, the FBI issued a warning to parents that internet-connected toys could pose privacy risks to children


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5 Predictions About the Future of IoT for Medical Devices



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This is how connected tools will increase productivity in major industries

Who are you calling the "Internet of Things"? It's time to define what we are actually talking about and why it's important


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How did Big Data transform the manufacturing industry?

IoT and Big Data are transforming the face of manufacturing. Here's what you need to know to keep up


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Security is sacred: CIA, WikiLeaks, and what we can do about it

What responsibilities do companies have to us in keeping our data safe from prying eyes?


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How to protect your data from being sold by your ISP

This is bad news for privacy advocates


Hackers are looking for weaknesses in your cyber security. Photo Credit: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images Israel

Hackers are looking for weaknesses in your cyber security. Photo Credit: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images Israel

7 tips for protecting your connected devices with IoT security

Connectivity is good. Now how do we make it safe to use?


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Israeli IoT startup Nurego gets swallowed up by General Electric

Nurego has helped power GE's industrial IoT operating system Predix for the last two years


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Securing the future of the smart home

Without taking the proper steps to build a secure smart home environment, we leave the public at risk. So is 2017 the year that we take security seriously?


Dojo. Photo Credit: BullGuard

Dojo. Photo Credit: BullGuard

BullGuard bringing Dojo smart home IoT security suite to US in April

Having acquired Dojo-Labs in 2016, BullGuard is now ready to release the finished product in 2017


Intuitive Robotics

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Israeli Intuition Robotics unveils ‘Elli•Q’, your grandma’s new best friend

Finally, a startup that is decidedly not chasing after millennials


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Barcelona’s Incubio and Hong Kong’s Brinc announced semifinalists for drone incubator

Three teams will compete for €50,000 in the finals this May


Oticon

Oticon's booth at CES 2017 showcasing its IoT hearing aid. Photo Credit: Oticon

Oticon offers Bluetooth-connected hearing aid that connects to alarms and doors

The Oticon OPN links to alarm systems in the home, and helps users hear better in a crowd


(L to R) Xiaomi executives Wang Chuan, Wang Xiang, and Hugo Barra pose next to the new smart TV. Photo Credit: Xiaomi

(L to R) Xiaomi executives Wang Chuan, Wang Xiang, and Hugo Barra pose next to the new smart TV. Photo Credit: Xiaomi

Xiaomi unveils new smart TV that’s even thinner than an iPhone

It's launching in China first and there's no announcement for other markets just yet


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Image Credit: HiMirror

Smart mirror, smart mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?

A takedown of smart hairbrushes and other silliness at CES, but also, a look at why we want them in the first place


On stage at CES 2017. Screenshot via Samsung Newsroom

Samsung shows off IoT, entertainment, and gaming devices while laying low on phones at CES

Answers about last year's trials, including the Galaxy Note 7 explosive battery, will have to wait a bit longer


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