Shadow tweets apology and spin for Iowa caucus app debacle

Shadow executives have a tweeted an apology for their vote-counting app misfire, which delayed the results of the Democratic Party’s Iowa caucus. But the company also tried to insist that the app worked mostly as expected and quash conspiracy theories about its origins. The Twitter thread came one day after …

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Will the Internet of Things Ever Rule the World?

Every possible entity, whether it is a machine, a satellite, an object that performs their tasks independently using the internet as a medium, has to transfer relevant data. IoT has been the latest leap of faith made by humans. We are basically allotting essential responsibilities to intelligent machines. But, will …

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Data Security in a Connected Car World

A recent survey from auto shopping and research site CarGurus.com asked consumers questions about their knowledge of connected car security. The results were startling: consumers scored an average grade of a failing 49%. When this is paired with Upstream’s data showing that connected-car attacks have increased six-fold from 2014-2018. It …

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