Wi-Fi could benefit from additional wireless spectrum currently set aside for connected cars, but the FCC initiative to grab it faces hurdles from a Congressional committee and the Department of Transportation.
Stories by Jon Gold
There’s a lot to look forward to about 802.11ax, aka Wi-Fi 6, just don’t expect it to be a top-to-bottom revolution in 2020.
A merger between a prominent industrial-IoT umbrella group and a blockchain-centered corporate memebership program highlights a new focus on bringing finished IoT solutions to market.
It’s the edge without the need for edge hardware, according to Verizon and Amazon, but limited 5G coverage will stall availability.
The newest part of AWS’ huge public-cloud ecosystem is Braket, a way for companies to experiment with quantum computing without having to own quantum computers.
The internet of things will see more growth in 2020, along with more growing pains - security, lack of complete solutions
The next calendar year will be the one that propels edge computing into the enterprise technology limelight for good, according to Forrester Research.
A look at some of the pros and cons of IoT services from AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon
IBM’s Kareem Yusuf talks smart maintenance systems, workforce expertise and some IoT use cases you might not have thought of.
IoT roundup: Carriers expand NB-IoT footprints, US Congress eyes security bill, and 'IT asbestos' looms
A powerful IoT networking technology used by the major carriers continues to gain ground, Congress makes noise about training for federal workers, and a prominent researcher warns of trouble ahead.
Google says its new quantum computer takes less than three-and-a-half minutes to solve a problem that would take a supercomputer about 10,000 years.
IoT is a dynamic area where the power could shift at any time. Here is our snapshot of the 10 most powerful IoT companies now.
IoT devices present unique security problems due to being spread out, exposed to physical attacks and often lacking processor power.
One difficulty designing Internet of Things implementations is the large number of moving parts.
Microsoft says default passwords, unpatched devices, poor inventory of IoT gear led to exploits against companies by Russia's STRONTIUM hacking group.