68HC11 miniature board has modular I/O expansion Product News 10/18/2004 Post a comment Board maker Mosaic Industries is rolling out a new single board computer that measures just 2 x 2.5-in. in size. Designed for handheld and space-constrained applications, the credit card-sized board sports a 16-MHz Motorola 68HC11F1 microprocessor.
Modem modules ease design-in of embedded TCP/IP Product News 10/11/2004 Post a comment UK-based Comtech Holdings, a so-called machine-to-machine technology provider, is offering a wireless module family that lets you readily embed a TCP/IP stack into your design. The wireless modems support automated e-mail and FTP file transfer modes, and operate standalone or integrated into remote machines for central management applications.
STMicro to partner in Chinese Linux computing initiative News & Analysis 10/11/2004 Post a comment STMicroelectronics has signed an agreement with the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and CEA, the French Atomic Energy Commission to become a partner in the Chinese Open Platform Initiative, which is developing a new computing platform based on Linux open-source software.
PowerPC-based VME64x board packs Ultra-160 SCSI, dual GBit Ethernet Product News 10/8/2004 Post a comment Industrial board maker Concurrent Technologies is broadening its PowerPC-based VME64x product range with a line of 6U-sized boards designed around Motorola PowerPC microprocessors. Concurrent's VME bus boards offer processor speed options of 800-MHz or 1-GHz, memory options of up to 1.25-Gbytes of 266-MHz DDR SDRAM, and dual SCSI and high-speed Ethernet ports.
Kodak, Sun settle Java dispute News & Analysis 10/7/2004 Post a comment Sun Microsystems has reached an out-of-court settlement with Kodak in a two-year patent dispute over its Java programming language, agreeing to pay the imaging products company $92 million in return for license rights to the popular software.
The Other Tesla David Blaza5 comments I find myself going to Kickstarter and Indiegogo on a regular basis these days because they have become real innovation marketplaces. As far as I'm concerned, this is where a lot of cool ...