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IBM Gives Appliances a Voice
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7/13/2016   2 comments
White goods makers are testing ways to embed into appliances links to data analytics for voice interfaces.
Q'comm Snapdragon 821 Mobile Chip Unveiled
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7/12/2016   Post a comment
Qualcomm gave its top-of-the-line Snapdragon mobile processor a minor spec bump to target the best smartphones slated for the second half of the year.
M'soft, GE Partnership Targets Industrial Cloud
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7/12/2016   Post a comment
Microsoft and GE have announced a partnership that will make GE's Predix, a platform for the industrial internet, available on Azure.
Will NTSB Apply Brakes to Tesla's Autopilot?
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7/12/2016   11 comments
The NTSB’s entry into the investigations on a deadly crash on May 7 involving the “Autopilot” function in a 2015 Tesla Model S will certainly bring extra scrutiny to the automotive industry’s push for semi and full autonomous-driving technology.
U.S. PC Sales Show Surprising Strength
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7/12/2016   Post a comment
PC shipments in the U.S. unexpectedly increased year-over-year in the second quarter, snapping a string of five straight down quarters.
Flexible Displays Market to Grow at 27% CAGR
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7/12/2016   Post a comment
Flexible display shipment revenues are set to be $3.7 billion in 2016 and are on a compound annual growth rate of 27 percent over the period to 2021, according to IHS Technology.
ST Grows STM32 MCU Family
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7/11/2016   Post a comment
STMicroelectronics has introduced a development ecosystem for its latest low-power, high-performance STM32L4 microcontrollers and expanded the series with five product lines comprising a range of package and memory-density options.
Automotive Memory: Still a Niche Market?
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7/11/2016   Post a comment
Micron's latest SLC NAND is aimed at embedded application uses including connected cars, but although automotive is sexy, as a memory segment it's never going to be that large: it comes down to the volume of vehicles built every year.
Ex-Broadcom Unit to Shape Cypress IoT Future
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7/11/2016   Post a comment
Cypress closed the previously announced acquisition for $550 million of Broadcom’s Internet of Things business unit. The new unit’s directions and strategies will likely tilt toward the Broadcom team, which dwarfs its counterpart at Cypress.
Zinc Doping Boosts GaAs Nanowire Lasers
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7/11/2016   Post a comment
Scientists at The Australian National University have improved the performance of unpassivated GaAs nanowire lasers more than a hundred folds, by adding zinc as a dopant, changing the crystal structure and increasing the device's radiative efficiency.
Startup Debuts Open Source SoCs
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7/11/2016   2 comments
Startup SiFive aims to use the open source RISC-V core as the heart of two SoC platforms, enabling a broader set of engineers to build custom processors.
Startup Looks to Put PAs on CMOS Express
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7/8/2016   Post a comment
ACCO Semiconductor has emerged from semi-stealth mode with a new type of transistor that it says enables power amplifiers to be built in CMOS.
Chip Sales Remain Stagnant
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7/8/2016   3 comments
Chip sales posted a slight sequential uptick in May, but were down nearly 8% compared with May 2015, according to the SIA.
Google Glass Lives On In Medicine
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7/8/2016   2 comments
While Google Glass may have fallen out of favor among the hippest technologists and those that follow them, the wearable technology has found a second life in emergency medicine.
Friday Quiz: Intelligent Instruments (1982), DMMs Part 2
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7/8/2016   Post a comment
Can you name more of these "intelligent" DMMs featured in an EDN article from 1982?
Is Your Smart Grid Secured?
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7/8/2016   Post a comment
Involved in early days projects to add communication and intelligence to power supplies, which became the so called “Digital Power” I have been frequently asked about software security and how the power supplies industry was prepared to address such issues.
Autonomous Cars' Pick: Camera, Radar, Lidar?
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7/7/2016   Post a comment
As we approach a self-driving future, the number of sensors in vehicles will increase tenfold, but which types of sensor will provide the most value?
Europe Moving to Industry 4.0
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7/7/2016   Post a comment
Over the past five years the European Union has made significant advances in additive manufacturing, 3D printing, M2M communications, and Internet of Things connectivity in industrial applications.
Google To Acquire Image Recognition Startup
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7/7/2016   Post a comment
Google announced a deal to buy image-recognition startup Moodstocks. Created in 2009, the French startup first introduced on-device image recognition in 2012, enabling smartphones to recognize whatever their camera sees.
iPhone 7 Will Offer 32GB Base Storage, Report Says
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7/7/2016   Post a comment
Apple's next iPhone will finally increase the base storage amount from 16GB to 32GB, according to a Wall Street Journal report. It's a long overdue and welcome change.
Tesla's Fatal Crash: 6 Unanswered Questions
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7/7/2016   42 comments
Tesla’s fatal crash has many automotive industry experts wondering what exactly happened. EE Times makes an attempt to dissect which technologies were at play inside Model S Autopilot, and what limitations each technology was manifested in the crash.
IoT Hears a Cellular Call
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7/7/2016   3 comments
Hugo Fiennes sees a few forks in the road to the Internet of Things and he plans to take them.
ASML’s Tech Chief Snags SIA's Noyce Award
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7/7/2016   Post a comment
Martin van den Brink, a long-time technologist at lithography system vendor ASML Holding NV, has been named the 2016 winner of the Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA)’s Robert N. Noyce Award.
It's (Virtual Reality) Life Jim, But Not As We Know It
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7/6/2016   14 comments
Is buying an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive along with an appropriate computer-graphics combo worth the expense?
Ladyada says "Hi"
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7/5/2016   22 comments
Adafruit's founder Ladyada receives a 'Champions of Change -- Making' award from the Whitehouse.
FPGAs Solve IoT Implementation Challenges
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7/5/2016   Post a comment
IoT development faces many challenges, but FPGAs can help.
Synopsys Buys Glasgow EDA Startup
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7/5/2016   Post a comment
The time has come for industrial mobile
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7/5/2016   Post a comment
Mobile devices have become ubiquitous. It's time to move them into industrial apps.
3D Printing Takes Car Customization To New Heights
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7/5/2016   Post a comment
Daihatsu is launching an automobile model that will let buyers order 3D-printed "skins" to customize parts of the body. It's the next step in industrial additive printing.
Lossy Imagination Says There's Good Signs in Graphics
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7/5/2016   Post a comment
Licensing revenue halved, royalties decline year-on-year, but processor intellectual property company Imagination sees signs of hope in its GPU business.
Auto Security Demands All-Over Answer
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7/5/2016   Post a comment
In automotive security, the state of play has significantly altered. If Harman’s acquisitions of three auto-security tech companies are any indication, the industry is demanding a comprehensive answer covering over-the-air update and intrusion-detection systems to in-vehicle network protection.
Myo Armband: Wearables Design Focuses on Packaging
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7/4/2016   Post a comment
Thalmic Labs’ Myo gesture-control armband combines electromyography with IMUs and exposes difficulty of implementing a true wearable.
Tesla Crashes BMW-Mobileye-Intel Event
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7/1/2016   21 comments
The three-way partnership event in Munich announcing the development of a standard platform for autonomous driving was somewhat somber and low energy.
Why Intel Got Inside BMW-Mobileye Deal
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7/1/2016   Post a comment
The BMW Group, Intel and Mobileye will collaborate to bring fleets of fully self-driving vehicles to the streets by 2021. While the BMW-Mobileye connection has been known to industry observers, Intel was a surprise element in the three-way deal.
U.S. Lacking on Networked Cities List
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7/1/2016   7 comments
Ericsson recently released rankings of connected cities based on their use of information and communication technology. Where do American cities stack?
Micron to Cut Jobs
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7/1/2016   Post a comment
Memory chip maker will shed unspecified number of jobs in cost-cutting move amid challenging market conditions.
Medtronic Applies for Artificial Pancreas PMA
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7/1/2016   Post a comment
The MiniMed 670G insulin pump, which its maker Medtronic touts as the world's first hybrid, closed-loop artificial pancreas, now has an application submitted before FDA, a Medtronic spokesperson confirms.
Rambus to Buy Inphi’s Memory Business
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6/30/2016   Post a comment
Deal, worth $90 million, expands Rambus technology in server memory interface chips.
The Way a Camera Store Should Be
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6/30/2016   23 comments
Do you bemoan the passing of the privately-owned shops of yesteryear with their accompanying service and expertise?
AMD Buys PC Gaming Software Firm
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6/29/2016   2 comments
Chip vendor says software designed for Radeon will help "future proof" graphics processors.
Escaped Russian Robot Faces Death Penalty
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6/29/2016   7 comments
Russian robot makes a break for freedom from the facility where its capabilities are being evaluated.
UL Bringing ‘Adult Supervision’ to IoT--Really?
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6/29/2016   2 comments
In early April when UL launched its new cybersecurity standard, dubbed UL 2900, reactions from the IoT market were split. Three months later, is it proving an extra burden or a benefit to the IoT community?
Disney Adds Position-Finding Visible Light Communications System
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6/29/2016   Post a comment
Researchers at Disney Research and ETH Zurich have demonstrated the addition of position finding to use of LED bulbs to both illuminate a room and provide a communications link in that room.
Secure your data with Self-Encrypting Drives
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6/29/2016   8 comments
A self-encrypting drive (SED) automatically and continuously encrypts the data on the drive without any user interaction.
Educational Tool Equips Engineers with Real-World Power Expertise
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6/29/2016   Post a comment
Texas Instruments has launched a toolkit that provides real world experience of power designs for both professionals and students.
IIoT Going Overboard
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6/29/2016   Post a comment
In the industrial Internet of Things, there can be too much of a good thing.
Google Fellow Talks Neural Nets, Deep Learning
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6/28/2016   2 comments
We are already living with deep learning and large-scale neural networks, as evidenced by the growing number of applications that rely on computer vision, language understanding, robotics and more. Google Senior Fellow Jeff Dean discusses what he wants most from neural networks and machine learning.
Aquantia Rolls Second-Gen AQrate Chips
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6/28/2016   Post a comment
Startup, considered a prime candidate for IPO, also marks milestone in NBASE-T PHY shipments.
Carbon Nanotubes: Been There, Done That?
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6/27/2016   Post a comment
A second wave of CNT consolidation is likely because some key markets are expected to take off faster than others and the rewards are not prone to be spread evenly.
How Do You Update 1 Billion IoT Devices?
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6/27/2016   5 comments
IoT devices need over-the-air firmware and software updates, but that must be done quickly and securely. Resin.io, which just got $9 million in funding from GE Ventures, Ericsson and others, thinks it has answers to such hard IoT problems.
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