SD Times news digest: WhiteSource’s free vulnerability checker, Julia 1.0, and the Blockchain Learning Center

WhiteSource is making its Vulnerability Checker available for free for developers to detect if their solutions contain any of the 50 most critical open-source bugs out there today. The checker will enable users to import and scan any library as well as check if their projects are susceptible to the most recent and common bugs. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Serverless Platform Beta, MapR’s AI and ML course, and Samsung SmartThings Hub vulnerabilities

Serverless framework provider, Serverless, has launched the Serverless Platform Beta, which is a toolkit that provides teams with what they need in order to operationalize serverless development. The company also announced a $10 million Series A funding round, which they will use to expand active development on the Serverless Platform. According to the company, the … continue reading

Why microservices will drive enterprise-grade IoT for business

Self-driving tractors, smart supply chains, warehouses operated by robots and self-diagnosing, self-healing machinery are all extraordinary examples of how the industrial sector is leveraging the endless possibilities of Internet-of-Things. According to some estimates, by 2021 global IoT spending across different industries is expected reach almost $1.4 trillion (IDC). Industrial IoT (IIoT) will help to improve … continue reading

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SD Times news digest: Google Cloud IoT Core, Tencent joins Linux Foundation, and Fortanix Runtime Encryption

Google releases Android Things library for Google Cloud IoT Core Google has released the Android Things client library designed to make it easier for Android Things users to utilize Google Cloud IoT core, the fully-managed service of Google Cloud Platform for connecting, managing and ingesting globally dispersed IoT data. “The Cloud IoT Core client library … continue reading

SD Times Blog: Digital Experience East 2018 was all about quality of life improvements

The Internet of Things is growing, with more and more companies building connected gadgets to make our lives easier. Forty-five companies headed to New York City yesterday to showcase their latest gadgets and solutions at Pepcom’s Digital Experience East. Here’s a sampling of some of the products that stood out. BACtrack: BACtrack revealed its latest … continue reading

Crate.io announces the Crate Machine Data platform and Crate 3.0

Data management and Internet of Things solutions provider Crate.io is launching a new platform for processing and analyzing IoT and machine data. The company announced the Crate Machine Data platform, version 3.0 of its open-source SQL database CrateDB and a $11 million Series A round of funding today. With the introduction of the Crate Machine … continue reading

SD Times news digest: IDC’s IoT spending predictions, SafeSpec, and F-Secure acquires MWR InfoSecurity

Market research company IDC has released the latest Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide, predicting that IoT spending will experience a compound annual growth rate of 13.6 percent during the 2017-20122 forecast period. It expects spending to reach $1.2 trillion by 2022. The forecast also shows that the consumer section with lead IoT spending … continue reading

Mapbox brings vision and augmented reality to location-based apps

Mapbox has announced new solutions for developers looking to take their location-based solutions to the next level. The company announced native AR capabilities and a Vision SDK at its Locate conference in San Francisco this week. The new Native AR capabilities comes in the form of two SDKs: Apple SceneKit SDK and React Native AR … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon Polly voices, Pluralsight’s IPO, and Samsung ARTIK partnerships

Amazon has announced that Alexa skills developers will be able to use eight US English Amazon Polly voices in Alexa skills. Amazon Polly is a text-to-speech service that uses deep learning to synthesize human speech, allowing developers to build applications that talk. Developers will be able to add different voices within a skill to create … continue reading

Intel announces IoT computer vision toolkit

As part of its Internet of Things and artificial intelligence strategy, Intel has announced the Open Visual Inference and Neural Network Optimization (OpenVINO) toolkit for developers. OpenVINO is designed to give developers the ability to build computer vision and deep learning inference apps at the edge. The solution will join Intel’s Vision Products portfolio. “We … continue reading

Dell Boomi’s Spring release focuses on developer productivity

Dell Boomi wants to help its users more efficiently connect their applications, synchronize data, and automate workflows with the Spring 2018 release of Dell Boomi. The Spring 2018 release continues on Dell Boomi’s path of continuous innovation and ongoing development of an integration platform as a service (iPaaS), according to the company. “With this release, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MIT CSAIL’s MapLite framework, Qwil’s Fuel for the App Economy, and Qt for Python

Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed MapLite, a new framework for self-driving cars that allows them to drive on roads they’ve never been on before without the use of 3D maps. The current self-driving cars being tested on the roads are only driving in major cities, where they have … continue reading

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