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Amazon is bringing its services closer to the edge with a new product and deal with Verizon, but it’s not the only cloud provider signing a partnership with a carrier. We also discuss Resideo’s executive change and a new smart home hub concept crammed into a thermostat. From there we talk about our confusion with the new Wyze door lock, disappointment with […]. .
Mozilla’s annual list of connected consumer devices that have poor security practices or the potential to royally invade your privacy is out, and this time I’m fully on board with the way the organization has designed its study. Based on user feedback, the list drops devices into five broad categories, ranging from “not creepy” to “super creepy,” […]. .
Concerns about vulnerable connected devices in enterprise and industrial settings have recently been widespread, but for the most part, any hacks have been relatively small and committed by nation states. The Stuxnet virus is one example. However, once a business model emerges that can turn an attack into profits, the danger will explode. That is […]. .
On the most recent IoT Podcast episode, John called in with a question to our Podcast Hotline. John’s been on the hunt for inexpensive Wi-Fi lights that can be managed with a physical remote control in addition to the standard phone companion app. Currently, John has Philips Hue lights and Lutron Caseta switches, but he […]. .

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