The Internet of Things is flourishing with a ‘diverse’ range of protocols. But isn’t 200 overdoing it a bit?
IoT expert Raffaele Giaffreda tells us about the future of cognitive internet of things, and what developers need to do if they want to be part of it.
Leading German IoT specialist Mostafa Akbari speaks about security problems and keeping up with US innovation.
The dev teams behind free messaging broker HornetQ and ActiveMQ appear to be considering closer collaboration.
The “Internet of Things” is still a heavily technology driven field and many of the products and services that fall into this category are still mostly of interest to early adopters.
The term Internet Things represents a colourful spectrum of technologies, including HTTP, CoAP, lightweight M2M and OMA-DM. Julien Vermillard helps us navigate.
The story behind the device blending software and hardware in one chunky package.
As flagship product DataTorrent Real Time Streaming (RTS) goes live, we get the full story on the native Hadoop 2.0 application built to leverage YARN.
Oracle announces plans to join forces with Imagination Technologies to bring Java to MIPS chip architecture and tune Java to work with PowerVR graphics.
“Software is not the hardest part.” This was the core message of “Good Night Lamp” founder and IoT expert Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsinos JAX 2014 keynote.
Embedded technology takes a step forward with speedier, secure and scalable Java ME update.
AdaCores Jamie Ayre talks Ada development, embedded, and the perils of the Internet of Things.
Oracle tightens the focus on meeting the burgeoning demands of the Internet of Things with new release.
Whether it’s the building you live in, your car, your grandmother’s pacemaker, or your toaster, by 2020 it’s predicted that there will be tens of billions of connected objects. While there are solutions already deployed, the real take-off of M2M cannot happen without open source. In this keynote talk from JAX 2013, Benjamin Cabé will explore the challenges of the Internet of Things, and share insights on the open-source technologies developed by the Eclipse M2M initiative. And yes, there will be a demo!