Topic: alljoyn

AllSeen Alliance merges with Open Connectivity Foundation to create ‘best of both’ solution for IoT

In order to create one common road map directed toward creating a single and open, connected Internet of Things ecosystem, AllSeen Alliance and the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) will merge under the OCF name and bylaws. The merged groups will work on future OCF specifications, including IoTivity and AllJoyn open-source projects, which OCF will now … continue reading

Industry Watch: Different paths to IoT connectivity

The Internet of Things is bringing connectivity beyond smartphones and tablets. But for all things to be connected, there must be a standard for making those connections. Without one true standard, of course, that means each device would have to be able to support multiple ways to connect—and this, of course, is neither efficient nor … continue reading

Apps are violating Apple’s App Store policy, Google looks to take customers from Microsoft, and AllSeen Alliance updates AllJoyn—SD Times news digest: Oct. 20, 2015

Security firm SourceDNA has revealed a number of iOS apps that are violating Apple’s App Store policy that use private APIs to obtain a user’s private data. The apps all had one thing in common: They used the Youmi advertising SDK from China. “We found 256 apps (est. total of 1 million downloads) that have … continue reading

Google Cloud Console, and Microsoft joins IoT Thread Group and releases Windows Application Insights SDK 1.0.0—SD Times news digest: July 2, 2015

Google has announced the new Google Cloud Console, a mobile app for Android and iOS to help developers manage cloud platform resources from their devices. Google Cloud Console lets developers view the overall health of their system, view projects, set alerts, monitor billing, and manage Google Cloud Platform resources. The console has the ability to … continue reading

Amazon’s s2n TLS implementation, the AllSeen Alliance Superconnector, and Zephyr Mobile—SD Times news digest: June 30, 2015

Amazon has introduced s2n, a new open-source implementation of the TLS encryption protocol. The s2n implementation, short for “signal to noise,” is a library designed to be small, fast and simple. s2n avoids implementing rarely used TLS options and extensions, and it contains little more than 6,000 lines of code. Amazon plans to integrate s2n … continue reading

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