Consumers are still not sold on the smart home, with their biggest concerns being privacy and fragmentation. That's according to Raza Shah, technology strategy and design leader at Jabil, a contract manufacturer that has manufactured many smart home … [Read more...]
Will smart medicine drive privacy legislation? It should.
This week, I read an article in the Wall Street Journal about an artificial knee from Zimmer Biomet that, after being implanted in a patient's knee, shared sensor data with the patient's doctor about steps taken, range of motion for the knee, miles … [Read more...]
Let’s see what the Davos set has to say about the IoT
This story was originally publish on Jan. 20, 2023 in my weekly IoT newsletter. The glitterati of global government and business were hobnobbing in Davos as part of the World Economic Forum's annual meeting this week. I wasn't there (I couldn't … [Read more...]
BlueScore wants to show you which devices are looking in
This story was first published in the Aug. 19 issue of my weekly newsletter. As consumers become more aware of how much data their devices take in and how often that data gets sold or shared with third parties, Maks Czuperski is hoping there's a … [Read more...]
Can the FTC restore our faith in technology?
This post originally ran on Friday, August 12 in my weekly newsletter. After reading the Tesla stories this week that prompted Kevin's story above, I tried to talk to my child about our upcoming trip to visit some colleges. In preparation for … [Read more...]
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