Security people fear their toilets being hacked
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IoT throws everything down the pan

Bog standard research from hardware security company nCipher suggests that IT security professionals are rather insecure about IoT and are becoming worried that even their toilets are leaking secret information.

Corporate automation is an invisible job killer
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According to a team of economists

Ominous new research by a team of economists claims that businesses are slowly driving away employees with an invisible move to automation.

Medical apps too wide open
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Sharing too much data 

A study in the British Medical Journal that looked at 24 of the 100s of medical apps available on Google Play found that 79 percent pass all sorts of user info -- including sensitive medical info like your reported symptoms are and which medications you are taking in some cases -- on to third and fourth parties

Fitbit mulls sale
Published in IoT
23 September 2019

Fitbit mulls sale


Chatting to investment banks

Wearable device maker Fitbit has been in discussions with an investment bank about the possibility of exploring a deal.

GigaDevice takes on ARM in China
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Trade war tech could be the birth of  RISC-V IoT

While the US government conducts its pointless and non-effective Trade Ware against China, the people behind the bamboo curtain are looking at ways to replace Western tech in case things get ugly.