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posted in September 2013
Steve Jobs Remembered by Woz, Bushnell
News & Analysis  
9/27/2013   24 comments
Steve Wozniak and Nolan Bushnell talked about Steve Jobs, the history of the PC, and the future of education at a Silicon Valley event.
Step Up to C for Embedded R&D
Blog  
9/27/2013   6 comments
Working from C/C++ and via System C and TLM works, says Guy Bois, president of Space Codesign Systems Inc.
What? DARPA Does Open-Source?
Automotive DesignLine Blog  
9/24/2013   13 comments
How to weed through a growing number of vision algorithms, to best to aid the time-consuming task of generating test objects necessary for better vision algorithms, has been DARPA’s focus in recent years.
Mega ASIC Drives Cisco Router
News & Analysis  
9/24/2013   7 comments
A 598mm2 40nm ASIC, the nPower X1, is at the heart of a family of new carrier-class routers announced by Cisco Systems.
Group Defines Carriers' Needs in SDN
News & Analysis  
9/23/2013   3 comments
Carriers' requirements for emerging software-defined networks are defined in a new document from the Optical Internetworking Forum.
HP's Loss Is Europe's Gain
Blog  
9/23/2013   5 comments
Mike Lynch, the co-founder of a software company sold to Hewlett-Packard for $11 billion, has co-founded a venture capital company.
Verification Panel, Part 4: It's About the Coverage
Blog  
9/20/2013   4 comments
The fourth and final part of an experts' discussion panel on verification tries to look forward and reveals that, as ever, it's all about the coverage.
Apple Begs the 64-Bit Question
Blog  
9/16/2013   40 comments
With its iPhone 5S, Apple begs the question of what a mobile handset can do with 64-bit addressability. I suspect the answer is, "Not much."
Valley Spawns Million-Dollar Engineers, Says VC
News & Analysis  
9/5/2013   21 comments
Top algorithm experts are bringing down tens of millions in stock at Google and other web companies, said Marc Andreessen, an Internet entrepreneur turned venture capitalist.
Qualcomm Toq Is Engineer-CEO's Tick
Blog  
9/5/2013   19 comments
The much ballyhooed Qualcomm smart watch was a pet project of engineer-turned-CEO Paul Jacobs meant to demo the company's parts.
Microsoft Is Not the New Apple
Blog  
9/3/2013   25 comments
With its $7 billion bid for Nokia, Microsoft has crossed the Rubicon into being a vertically integrated mobile computing company with a hard road ahead.
Verification Panel: It's More Than the Hardware
Blog  
9/2/2013   1 comment
In the second part of a panel discussion on SoC verification, Gary Smith raises flags and warnings with industry experts about how complexity now bridges hardware and software, and how continuity is breaking down.


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David Blaza
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