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#Internet of Things

# internet-of-things - Tuesday 30 May, 2017

Smart rainfall sensors are being used in Dublin city to give an early-warning defence from flooding

The low-cost sensors are being deployed across the capital to monitor rainfall, weather conditions and river levels.

# internet-of-things - Friday 9 December, 2016

As Ireland's smart cities develop, a government report warns of data security needs

How much of our data are we willing to compromise for an easier life and a more efficient city?

# internet-of-things - Friday 18 November, 2016

The Smart Home - keeping house through an app

No longer seen as a gimmick, the Internet of Things could soon be the norm.

# internet-of-things - Thursday 28 July, 2016

Pets go hungry as a glitch takes an auto-feeding device offline

PetNet owners were told to feed their pets “manually” after server outage stops its pet-feeding device from working.

# internet-of-things - Monday 4 July, 2016

Now webcams are being used by hackers to attack websites

Thousands of cameras and internet-connected devices were used to overwhelm banking sites and government institutions with fake traffic.

# internet-of-things - Tuesday 29 March, 2016

There's a wine bottle that's designed to connect to your WiFi

For those who want to make drinking that little bit more complicated.

# internet-of-things - Wednesday 24 February, 2016

A new kind of WiFi could stop it from draining your phone's battery

The method, called Passive WiFi, consumes 1/10,000th the energy current methods use.

# internet-of-things - Monday 25 January, 2016

From Business ETC The reason why the Internet of Things revolution is about to kickstart in Ireland VT Networks

The reason why the Internet of Things revolution is about to kickstart in Ireland

The €1.2 million raised by VT Networks will make Ireland more friendly for smart devices.

# internet-of-things - Saturday 28 November, 2015

Your slick new Internet of Things devices could provide a Christmas bonanza ... for hackers

Your slick new Internet of Things devices could provide a Christmas bonanza ... for hackers

Any connected device “can be a pivot point into your network,” one expert warned.

# internet-of-things - Sunday 11 October, 2015

You won't ever forget to turn off the immersion with this device*

*Well, you can do a few other things with Hive, like manage your heating, but is it worth getting?

# internet-of-things - Monday 3 August, 2015

Take a look at 10 of the most beautifully designed products in the world today

Everything from a retro-themed motorbike to a rubbish bin made out of rubbish.

# internet-of-things - Saturday 18 July, 2015

One Dublin startup wants to become the lynchpin for a lucrative industry

There’s massive potential in the Internet of Things, and this startup wants to be at the centre of it.

# internet-of-things - Thursday 2 July, 2015

Here's what your kitchen could look like in 10 years

According to Ikea, that is.

# internet-of-things - Sunday 21 June, 2015

Here's why the Internet of Things is going to change everything you do

And chances are you already own something which has said capabilities.

# internet-of-things - Saturday 20 June, 2015

# internet-of-things - Friday 31 October, 2014

Opinion: What does the Internet of Things mean for Ireland?

The intersection between our ‘virtual’ and physical worlds is enriching our daily lives – from entertainment, to energy, transport, healthcare and diet.

# internet-of-things - Friday 24 October, 2014

Column: Demystifying the 'Internet of Things'

The second internet revolution will be all about linking to physical objects to monitor and collect information.

# internet-of-things - Tuesday 14 October, 2014

From Business ETC This kitchen scale probably knows more about cooking than you… and now it has more money Rise Of The Machines

This kitchen scale probably knows more about cooking than you… and now it has more money

Irish startup Drop has scored $2 million to develop more smart kitchen products.

# internet-of-things - Monday 15 September, 2014

A fridge that monitors medicines takes top prize in Ireland’s first hardware hackathon

More than 120 people participated in the event, which saw groups invent and develop a project over the space of two days.

# internet-of-things - Friday 5 September, 2014

From Business ETC Dundalk smarter homes start-up wins European business gong Cooling Off

Dundalk smarter homes start-up wins European business gong

Climote is billing itself as a rival to Nest, which was purchased by Google for $3.2 billion.

# internet-of-things - Wednesday 30 July, 2014

Your items and appliances may be getting smarter, but they're far from safe

A report from HP found that the majority of smart items, or ‘Internet of Things’ enabled devices, have “an alarmingly high average number of vulnerabilities per device.”

# internet-of-things - Monday 26 May, 2014

From Business ETC Apple expected to reveal smart home features for iPhone Connected Home

Apple expected to reveal smart home features for iPhone

The move, which it’s expected to reveal at its developer conference next week, will mark Apple’s entry into the growing ‘internet of things’ market.

# internet-of-things - Wednesday 7 May, 2014

LG releases smart fridge, oven and washing machine you can chat with

By using the messaging app Line, owners can check to see what’s in their fridge remotely or get recipe suggestions while they’re on the go.

# internet-of-things - Tuesday 1 April, 2014

Dublin to become the first fully ‘sensored’ city in the world

More than 200 gateways, which will feature up to six sensors for each one, will gather and monitor environmental data such as air quality, and noise levels in the city.

# internet-of-things - Saturday 1 March, 2014

Your fridge may have sent out spam without you even knowing

Do you have thingbots in your life?

# internet-of-things - Tuesday 14 January, 2014

Explainer: Why did Google pay $3.2 billion for Nest?

It allows the company to enter the consumer hardware market and expand upon the work it’s done online.