We’re keen to find out what businesses, experts and the general public think of IoT. Here are the top five IoT Twitter trends in the first quarter of 2020.
As companies are working hard to patch their security loopholes, Microsoft is paying people a $100,000 bug bounty if they break into its Azure IoT system.
Wink has now introduced a monthly subscription fee for their products. If you don’t start a payment plan, your Wink gadgets will cease to work.
Smart-home startup Joshi.ai recently received $11 million in funding to compete with Alexa and Google and offer a better solution for privacy.
Belkin made a shock announcement when they stated they would be shutting down Wemo NetCam Feeds after the product had been around for seven years.
The Geely Group announced that they’re ready to ship two OmniCloud satellites as part of their plan. OmniCloud will then help smart cars get from A to B.
After revealing a line of face masks, the demand knocked Sharp’s IoT devices offline as the company’s IoT cloud was put out of commission
IoT companies are offering to help contain the coronavirus. Hitachi Vantara published a blog post discussing the future of IoT in a COVID-19 world.
Ecobee has announced the new “Haven” line, devices that will monitor your home and keep tabs on security, starting with a home surveillance camera.
The NTSB has completed its investigation and is blaming Tesla, Apple, and also the driver for a fatal crash, finding he was playing a video game at the time.
A recent news story shows that despite the police having access to Ring footage, it’s not even helping them solve crimes, leading to questions.
Tile testified in the United States Congress against Apple that its privacy-related feature in iOS 13 to not force phone-tracking on customers limits Tile devices.
2020 will be jam-packed with interesting IoT conferences and tech workshops. Check out these upcoming IoT events for 2020 in various parts of the world.
New federal regulations were proposed that would require drones to broadcast tracking signals, allowing their locations to be identified, as well as their operators.
More than 30 civil rights groups signed off on an open letter to elected officials, asking them to end the partnership between police and Amazon Ring Doorbell.
The potential for IoT satellites seemed more of a pipe dream than a reality. Thankfully, that recently changed, as Eutelsat is making plans to send 25 IoT satellites into orbit.
How many IoT devices are connected to the Internet right now? Gartner has predicted that by 2020, we’ll see 5.8 billion of of these IoT endpoints around us.
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