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Solving Problems With The IoT


The Internet of Things, a term once applied to almost any "smart" gadget connected to the Internet, is becoming more useful, more complex, and more of a security risk as the value of data continues to grow and more people depend on IoT technology. In the decades since the concept was first introduced, IoT devices have become so ubiquitous that applications cover practically every consumer, c... » read more

Developers Embrace Standards To Accelerate Growth Opportunities For The IoT


By the end of the decade, the potential economic value of the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to reach $12.6 trillion (yes, that’s a ‘t,’ not a typo), according to a McKinsey study. To achieve the scale required to meet this opportunity, critical IoT standards are coming together to enable the frictionless deployment of secure endpoint-to-cloud solutions – and being embraced by th... » read more

Why Does “Matter” Matter?


There is a good chance that you have come across "Matter" in recent news related to IoT and smart home. Matter was everywhere at CES 2022, and smart home ecosystems all talk about Matter when launching new devices. Matter helps IoT devices like your coffee maker and smart speaker talk to each other easily so that you as the end user don’t need to read complex user manuals or become an IoT con... » read more

Manufacturing Bits: Jan. 24


Trapping antimatter Japan’s Riken has conducted measurements in order to discover the differences between matter and antimatter, namely in the complex field of antiprotons. Antimatter is a material composed of antiparticles, according to Wikipedia. Antimatter has the same mass as particles of ordinary matter, but it has an opposite charge, according to Wikipedia. Basically, neutron... » read more