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Internet of things in the vanguard but vulnerable to hacks (access required)

Experts eager to see standardization of devices to help ease safety concerns

You'd be hard-pressed to find an everyday appliance that doesn’t have an internet-enabled version. Interested in a Bluetooth-enabled toothbrush that tracks your oral hygiene? Beam from Suitable Technologies Inc. and Oral-B from Procter & Gamble Co. have options for that. Need a wireless sound system built right into your office chair? There are seemingly an infinite number ...

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