Iot and toys: Connected toys require more security
July 3, 2016
In an age where it seems anything and everything can benefit from connectivity, the future of toys is changing rapidly.
Toys are becoming more intelligent, more connected and important assets among the Internet of Things.
In an age where it seems anything and everything can benefit from connectivity, the future of toys is changing rapidly. Toys are becoming more intelligent, more connected and important assets among the Internet of Things. U
The implementation of Broadcom Wi-Fi and BLE technology is changing the way we live, in regards to our health as well as our lifestyles. Since the development of internet, things have rapidly changed around us as the many uses of internet are realized. Today, we have the opportunity for real-time video gaming, music streaming and staying connected around the clock by way of social media sites like Facebook, Snapchat, YouTube and Google
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