Category: IoT News

Rivetz partners with the Trusted IoT Alliance

All credits to: IoT Alliance – Original post: https://goo.gl/4Cz9c4 As the Internet of Things grows exponentially — 2018 is the year of IoT, haven’t you heard? — the need for increased security around those things also increases. That’s why Rivetz is proud to have today joined the Trusted IoT Alliance. Rivetz CEO Steven Sprague often emphasizes the importance of having a secure way to send […]

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Google announces intent to acquire Xively

Today, Google has announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Xively, a division of LogMeIn, Inc. By 2020, it’s estimated that about 20 billion connected things will come online, and analytics and data storage in the cloud are now the cornerstone of any successful IoT solution. This acquisition, subject to closing conditions, will complement Google Cloud’s […]

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The Trusted IoT Alliance Architecture

All Credits to Zaki Manian | Original Post – https://goo.gl/SiVDVi One of the most exciting outcomes from the Trusted IoT Alliance Face 2 Face meeting in Berlin was the Trusted IoT Reference Architecture. This architecture represents outcomes from years of work by alliance members for looking for integration points between IoT and blockchain applications. This […]

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Microsoft begins work on a decentralised blockchain ID system

All Credits to finder.com.au | Original Post – https://goo.gl/5vVXM1 A pilot version of the decentralised open-source blockchain ID system is due for release and testing in 2018. Each of us needs a digital identity we own, one which securely and privately stores all elements of our digital identity. This self-owned identity must be easy to use and […]

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Microsoft To Embrace Decentralized Identity Systems Built On Bitcoin And Other Blockchains

All Credits to Kyle Torpey | Original Post https://goo.gl/G1RkVd In a new post today, Microsoft announced their embrace of public blockchains, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum, for use in decentralized identity systems. Initially, the longtime tech giant will support blockchain-based decentralized IDs (DIDs) through the Microsoft Authenticator app. Unlike the forms of identification used in […]

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Mercedes and Bosch will test self-driving taxis in a few months

All credits to: Jon Fingas, @jonfingas – Original post: https://goo.gl/UBhgAj   Mercedes (or rather, its parent Daimler) and Bosch aren’t far off from making their self-driving taxis a practical reality… in a manner of speaking. Bosch chief Volkmar Denner has informed Automobilwoche that the two companies will put test vehicles on the road within a few months. He didn’t supply other details, but the […]

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Can an Entire City Run on the Blockchain?

all credits to:  Samantha Radocchia, – Original post: https://goo.gl/eiFnGB By Samantha Radocchia, Co-Founder at Chronicled (2015-present). Originally published on Quora. With over 83 million passengers traveling through Dubai International Airport, it was the world’s third busiest airport in 2016. The city itself is booming, with an annual population growth of just over 10%. While it’s the undisputed business hub of the […]

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