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(Originally posted on November 6, 2013) I feel that someone should attempt to define what a “thing” in the Internet of Things is, but I’m not sure it’s going to be me. Still, at the start of all this, I did toss out a simple capability-based definition, but I’m wondering if the time might beContinue reading “What makes a “thing” a “thing” (in the IoT), anyway? (11/6/2013)”
(Originally posted on November 6, 2013) I writ large rambling the other day regarding my own hands-on experience with cascading failures due to, among other things, the perils of pushing large, complex, irreversible, and required updates to IoT appliances – such as “Connected TVs” and the like. In order to try to move the ballContinue reading “More on device updates: it’s harder than it looks (11/6/2013)”
(Originally posted on November 3, 2013) Over at GigaOm, Mike Harris, CEO of Zonoff, kicks off a survey of recent “Connected TV” efforts with this comment: “But how will the connected home make the jump from a favorite toy of the tech elite or a status symbol of the wealthy to be a ubiquitous technologyContinue reading “On cloud-based IoT (Internet of Things)… and woesome device updates (11/3/2013)”
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