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How Unikernels Can Better Defend against DDoS Attacks

On the episode of The New Stack Makers podcast, Dell EMC CTO Idit Levine, an EMC chief technology officer at the cloud management division and office of the CTO, discussed how unikernels are poised to offer all of the developer flexibility afforded to containers, while striving for better security...
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OwnTracks
With OwnTracks, you can choose when and how to distribute your location information.

Keep Your Location Data Private with OwnTracks

Modern mobile phones have some very sophisticated methods of finding their location. With OwnTracks, you can distribute that information in any way you see fit. The OwnTracks project recommends that you run your own private server and not use any public server. This way, you are the one choosing...
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ELC and OpenIoT North America CFP
The deadline to submit speaking proposals for the 2017 Embedded Linux Conference and OpenIoT Summit is Dec.10, 2016.

Speak at Embedded Linux Conference and OpenIoT Summit 2017 in Portland

The Linux Foundation is seeking developers and systems architects interested in sharing their knowledge, expertise and ideas at the 2017 Embedded Linux Conference and Open Internet of Things (IoT) Summit North America. The co-located conferences, to be held Feb. 21-23 in Portland, Oregon, bring...
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New IBM Platform Brings Watson to IoT

IBM unveiled today an experimental platform that allows developers to embed Watson functions and cognitive technology into various devices. The platform, dubbed Project Intu, can be accessed through the Watson Developer Cloud, Intu Gateway, and GitHub. More specifically, the goal is to simplify the...
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It’s Finally Legal To Hack Your Own Devices (Even Your Car)

Last Friday, a new exemption to the decades-old law known as the Digital Millennium Copyright Act quietly kicked in, carving out protections for Americans to hack their own devices without fear that the DMCA’s ban on circumventing protections on copyrighted systems would allow manufacturers to sue...
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Internet of Things
This fifth article in our IoT series looks at the many new open source operating systems that target IoT -- it all starts with the OS.

Open Source Operating Systems for IoT

Over the past decade, the majority of new open source OS projects have shifted from the mobile market to the Internet of Things. In this fifth article in our IoT series, we look at the many new open source operating systems that target IoT. Our previous posts have examined open source IoT...
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IoT at the Network Edge

Fog computing infrastructure provides an intermediate processing point between IoT endpoints and the cloud. A significant trend in the Internet of Things is the shifting balance between cloud computing and edge computing (also known as fog computing). While in the past machine-to-machine (M2M)...
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Industrial Internet of Things Set to Rocket Towards 100bn Devices

The explosive growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) is most often discussed in terms of consumer devices and products. But if you take a second to consider the scale of the industrial products sector and its potential for device connectivity throughout the supply chain, then you can start to see...
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The Most Important Coding Languages for IoT Developers

We have seen a changing of the guard in the past few years as software takes center stage and once-beloved hardware simply becomes a canvas for developers. The ability to code is an important skill for the production of any modern technology, especially a product that falls within the internet of...
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What’s the Difference Between Consumer and Industrial IoT?

The Internet of Things is invading everything from consumer to industrial products, but all platforms are not created equal. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the latest product-development buzzword, akin to other terms like “the cloud” or “smart cities.” These terms are typically very nebulous, but...
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