The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
The Internet of Things Podcast - Stacey On IoT
Stacey Higginbotham, tech journalist
Stacey Higginbotham (formerly Sr. Editor at Fortune) and co-host Kevin Tofel discuss the latest news and analysis of the Internet of Things. Covers Consumer IoT, Industrial IoT and Enterprise IoT. Guests include Vint Cerf, Om Malik, and people from Amazon.com, AT&T, IBM Watson and more.
Episode 304: Presidential Pelotons and data accountability
This week’s show kicks off with Kevin and I discussing a smart camera vulnerability before digging into what it means when the White House becomes a smart home. We then discuss Wi-Fi 6E and what it means for IoT. Next up: new devices from Signify which makes Philips Hue-branded gear. Then we dig into Google … Continue reading Episode 304: Presidential Pelotons and data accountability
Jan 21
58 min
Episode 303: Everything from CES 2021 and a bit about LoRa
This week’s show is mostly about CES 2021, starting with an array of interesting devices that were launched. We covered a lot of them here, but we also mentioned a $3,000 pet door, an energy harvesting NB-IoT modem demonstration, and Kevin’s take on where we are with the smart home based on what he saw. … Continue reading Episode 303: Everything from CES 2021 and a bit about LoRa
Jan 14
1 hr
Episode 302: CES and GE Lighting is betting on Cync
This week Kevin and I discuss Allegion’s acquisition of Yonomi, and what it means for those of you using the cloud service or consumers using the app. We then turn to a mention of the rebranding of GE Lighting after its acquisition by Savant last summer before talking about Singapore’s about-face on the use of … Continue reading Episode 302: CES and GE Lighting is betting on Cync
Jan 7
59 min
Episode 301: An update on Project CHIP and a secure 2021
This week’s podcast starts with an update on the Project Connected Home over IP standard promulgated by Apple, Amazon, Google, and Samsung. Then we talk about Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s letter to the Department of Health and Human Services asking what privacy rules are in place for protecting consumers’ health data. Google killed Android Things and new legislation killed … Continue reading Episode 301: An update on Project CHIP and a secure 2021
Dec 31, 2020
1 hr 8 min
Episode 300: Get excited for our annual Q&A episode
It’s time for the end-of-year question and answer episode where Kevin and I tinker, search Google, and ask companies for help answering your questions about the smart home. We start with a broad category of questions related to your needs outside that mostly require some kind of low power wide area network to work. Then … Continue reading Episode 300: Get excited for our annual Q&A episode
Dec 24, 2020
43 min
Episode 299: LoRaWAN tries to co-opt Amazon Sidewalk
This week’s show kicks off with us discussing a fascinating interview with the head of the LoRa Alliance about its efforts to bring Amazon’s Sidewalk network into compliance with the LoRaWan standard. We then discuss Apple’s app privacy labels, a similar option for Google users, and the nutrition-style label for connected device security. Then it’s … Continue reading Episode 299: LoRaWAN tries to co-opt Amazon Sidewalk
Dec 17, 2020
1 hr
Episode 298: SmartThings works with Google Nest again!
This week’s podcast starts with good news. Samsung’s SmartThings platform will once again work with Google devices starting in January. We discuss SmartThings a bit more to cover how sensor company Aeotec is launching a new smart home hub that will work with SmartThings before we move on to Logitech’s new HomeKit-enabled video doorbell. Wyze … Continue reading Episode 298: SmartThings works with Google Nest again!
Dec 10, 2020
50 min
Episode 297: IoT news from Amazon’s Re:Invent and smarter cities
This week’s show kicks off with a lot of detail about the news coming out of Amazon’s Re:Invent event happening over the next few weeks. We talk about the new ML services for manufacturing, the deal with Research in Motion for car data, and Amazon’s Proton service and container plans. We then discuss the new … Continue reading Episode 297: IoT news from Amazon’s Re:Invent and smarter cities
Dec 3, 2020
1 hr
Episode 296: Gifts galore and a recipe for smarter food prep
This week’s podcast is full of gift suggestions from our annual gift guide, many of which are aimed at those people on your list who have a green thumb. We then discuss my disappointment with Wemo after almost a decade of using its devices, and Kevin shares his plans to eliminate data-mining services from his … Continue reading Episode 296: Gifts galore and a recipe for smarter food prep
Nov 26, 2020
1 hr
Episode 295: Project CHIP goes commercial and the Eero Pro review
This week’s podcast kicks off with the news that Project Connected Home over IP (CHIP) will also have a commercial element focused on offices, apartments, and public buildings.  Then we focus on edge computing with a new way to bring machine learning to the edge and Arm expanding its free IP license program to some … Continue reading Episode 295: Project CHIP goes commercial and the Eero Pro review
Nov 19, 2020
57 min
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