This week’s show features Chris Albrecht, editor in chief of The Spoon, as a guest host, which means there will be a review of a connected kitchen gadget — in this case, a connected smoker from Traeger. We kick off the show discussing the FTC’s surprising antitrust review and discuss IoT acquisitions that might get scrutinized. We also mention the Sprint and T-Mo merger and what that might mean for IoT. From there we dive into Nest’s plans to require two-factor authentication, ARM’s new AI edge chip designs, a new product from LIFX, and an NB-IoT module from Tuya. Chris then discusses the sale of a connected brewing appliance called PicoBrew before reviewing the Traeger smoker. We also answer a listener question about which connected doorbell to buy.
Hosts: Stacey Higginbotham and Chris Albrecht of The Spoon
Sponsors: DigiCert and Very
- Apple and Google could see some smart home deals come under review
- Nest’s two-factor decision could lead to better two-factor authentication methods
- Should I spend $800 on a smart grill?
- Breaking down the NIST privacy framework with a connected fridge
- The new framework won’t make you legally compliant, but it can build user trust
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