Internet of Things

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5 signs we're finally getting our act together on security

Despite all the bad news in 2016, trends suggest the year ahead could be a tipping point for information security

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Dear engineers: Please build friendly robots

Anyone who has read science fiction can tell you that killer robots are a problem. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) wants to do something about it.

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China didn't steal your job—I did

It's all us techies' fault in creating robots and machine intelligence that can do a better job than even the best-trained workers

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Tame unruly big data flows with StreamSets

See how the free open source StreamSets Data Collector brings visibility and control to real-time streaming data

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ARM builds up security in the tiniest IoT chips

On Tuesday, ARM will introduce processors that are just a fraction of a millimeter across and incorporate the company’s TrustZone technology

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Build geospatial apps with Redis

Learn how to simplify the development of location-based apps with Redis’ new geospatial indexing, sets, and operations

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IoT spurs surprise surge in assembly language popularity

This month's Tiobe Index of language popularity has the assembly language cracking the top 10, likely due to its use in small IoT devices

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IBM and AT&T are cozying up to IoT developers

A deal between IBM and AT&T is just the latest tie-up involving major enterprise vendors invested in IoT

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8 reasons you'll do big data this year

To know what people are really doing with big data technology, you need to get dirty in the trenches. Here's what we've found

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LambdaNative brings functional programming to IoT

The development environment's founders look to expand LambdaNative to the Internet of things

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The 6 hottest new jobs in IT

These leading-edge jobs could prove to be the most lucrative careers in tomorrow’s tech

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Program the world: 12 technologies you need to know

Stuffing bits in databases is boring. Why not program everything around you?

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9 developer trends you can bank on in 2016

From containers to NoSQL to Spark, here are the IT trends you can expect to persist next year.

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Know your real-time protocols for IoT apps

The XMPP, CoAP, and MQTT protocols have distinct pros and cons; here’s a quick rundown of the trade-offs.

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Java at 20: The programming juggernaut rolls on

A mainstay in mission-critical deployments with a bright future in IoT, Java keeps evolving to meet the enterprise.

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10 ways our data overlords could serve us better

Dear corporations: We've already ceded our privacy. Now implement the technology to serve us right.

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The long, strange life, death, and rebirth of Java

As Java enters its twentieth year, it has become a mature language rather than the hot new thing. It's more like C++ than Python. And its supporters are enthusiastic about its future.

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Little-known real-time standard impacts broad span of Java applications

Real-time Specification for Java 2.0, currently in public review, has implications for mobile computing, massive scaling, and embedded programming for IoT.

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