CrowPi2: What used to be the electronics kits is now a learning laptop. The CrowPi2 is designed to introduce youngsters to STEAM education topics.
The world’s economy has been hit hard by the ongoing corona pandemic. But what impact has COVID-19 on the IoT market? While some expect a boom in further digitization of many industries and therefore an increased demand in IoT and […]
A team of researchers of the University of Birmingham have developed a new biosolar cell that could be used to power small and low power devices in the Internet of Things. At the moment, the battery could provide an estimated four-day power supply which is a big step forward compared to similar biofuel cells, that only last a few hours so far.
Smart lamps, cameras, loudspeakers, air filters, vacuum cleaners: The Internet of Things is home to a lot of nice smart products. But a reckless update policy of manufacturers, who deliberately turn faultless products into electronic waste after only a few […]
The eSIM technology, a SIM card for mobile communication in the form of a fixed chip on the hardware of the device manufacturer, is becoming the key technology for the Internet of Things. At least, that’s what the new IDC […]
Now published evidence suggests that the Russian secret service FSB wanted to develop its own botnet in the slipstream of the Mirai botnet, which was responsible for the failure of numerous Internet services in 2016, in order to specifically infect […]
Around 4.8 billion devices are expected to be connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) by the end of 2019. At least that’s what Gartner analysts estimated. This represents an increase of around 21.5 percent compared to the previous year. Unfortunately, many IoT solutions do not provide more security. Quite the contrary. According to a study by the security experts of “Unit 42” of the American company Palo Alto Networks, more than half of all connected IoT devices are vulnerable to attacks.
From 11th to 13th February this year experts of the European energy industry will meet for the 20th time at the E-World energy & water in Essen. This time topics such as cyber security or hydrogen are at the top […]
The german Energy Collective Act stipulates that companies exempt from the EEG levy are required to delimit third quantities by the end of 2020. But what is it all about?
As if voice control via Alexa isn’t already scary enough for many: The American company Nūrio goes one step further. The company announced a so-called “EEG device” in the form of an ear stud for mid-2020, with which IoT devices can be controlled – by thought.