December 27, 2017

IoT medication compliance devices set to skyrocket in number by 2022

1 day ago 17 Shares Image: Yuriy Golub/Shutterstock This week in IoT, connected medical dispensers are set to experience a 15-fold increase, while connected cars get set for centre stage. Apple is at the centre of a major security issue with its internet of things (IoT) software HomeKit, which was found to have a zero-day vulnerability that would allow hackers to control everything from smart locks to garage doors.

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