Regulating the Internet of Toys

Regulating the Internet of Toys

New technologies and the expansion of the Internet of Things have allowed children of this generation to experience seamless interactive technologies through microphones, GPS devices, speech recognition, sensors, cameras and…

http://internetoftoys.nl/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Furby.jpegSafety alert: see how easy it is to hack your child’s connected toys

Safety alert: see how easy it is to hack your child’s connected toys

Connected toys with Bluetooth, wi-fi and mobile apps may seem like the perfect gift for your child this Christmas. But we’ve found that, without appropriate safety features, they can also…

Hacking anything connected to the internet? Yes! You. CAN.

Hacking anything connected to the internet? Yes! You. CAN.

There is a hack or a crack for everything connected to the internet. Hack a toy? Yes! You can!

http://internetoftoys.nl/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Race-control.pngApp Race Control (ARC)

App Race Control (ARC)

Now this promises to post race results to Facebook and Twitter so we’re guessing the permissions are likely to be a bit messy. Many, if not most apps that need…

http://internetoftoys.nl/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Bandai.jpgBandai Tech Pet Puppy?

Bandai Tech Pet Puppy?

This little rascal turns your phone into a Tamagotchi sort of a thing, which intriguingly promises to allow multiple devices to be connected.…and we know how that usually pans out…

http://internetoftoys.nl/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Spidermman-eyes-1.pngToys spying on your home? YES!

Toys spying on your home? YES!

The toys are spying in your home! What can you do about it?


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