Industry News - Week of Mar. 12, 2018
Why RFID is great for retailers; Amazon to acquire Ring; New Intel chip fixes vulnerabilities; When Android P is Coming; $9 IoT Platform
A recent study published by a U.K university shows that RFID technologies can help retailers significantly increase profits and improve inventory accuracy. Register to download the free report.
Intel is first to market with a processor that solves the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, which became known to AMD, ARM and Intel last year but was kept from the public until last January. Here's Digital Trends' smarmy take on the news.
As of Mar. 1, Nuance Communications stopped supporting its Swype soft keyboard for iOS devices, part of a strategy to focus on business-to-business efforts, according to a statement.
Scores of Android apps were found in the Google Play store with a harmless version of Ramnit, according to enterprise security solutions provider Zscaler. No harm, no foul.
Particle last month also announced Particle Mesh, an IoT network that uses open protocols to inter-connect IoT devices.