This week's show kicks off with our hopes for privacy in the wake of President Biden calling out tech firms during his State of The Union address. Biden was focused more on targeted ads and protecting children, but children's' data gets swept up in … [Read more...]
Podcast: Hacking sensors and securing medical devices
This week's show starts with an overview of the reviews for the new second generation HomePod and a deep dive into the security mess that Anker has made with its Eufy smart home cameras. We then dig into some earnings from IoT chip providers NXP and … [Read more...]
Can incoming phone calls trigger routines in your smart home?
On a recent Internet of Things Podcast episode, we took a call from our Voicemail hotline segment with a question about smart home routines triggered from an incoming phone call. Mike doesn't keep his phone in the bedroom when he sleeps at night and … [Read more...]
IoT news of the week for Jan. 27, 2023
How to think about your job as a data scientist: This isn't a news brief so much as a recommendation to anyone who reads this newsletter and is interested in how to build AI models to go read this post. It's a nice overview that links software … [Read more...]
Podcast: Does the IoT mean the end of privacy?
This week's show kicks off with a discussion about Carnegie Mellon's research into detecting people's movements through walls using Wi-Fi. As part of the discussion we also talk about the use of stick figures to protect privacy and how little trust … [Read more...]
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