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Solid-state drive interface gets first interop test
Design How-To  
5/30/2013   2 comments
Eleven vendors tested solid-state drives using NVM Express in the first plugfest for the interface expected to appear in products later this year.
Intel, ARM on even footing in Net of Things, says IDC
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5/30/2013   12 comments
More than 25 billion intelligent systems valued at $4 trillion could ship in 2020, said an IDC analyst helping create a new trade group for the sector.
Making yesterday’s parts with today’s green technology
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5/30/2013   Post a comment
When a critical component is declared end-of-life (EOL) by a manufacturer, a ripple effect begins. Re-manufacturing the part in an environmentally-friendly manner has become a challenge…
Five ARM Tech Con papers I’d really like to see
Blog  
5/29/2013   5 comments
I’d love to see a description of a Samsung 64-bit ARM SoC, a new mobile graphics benchmark and a paper from an Apple engineer this fall.
Slideshow: Ethernet yesterday, today and tomorrow
News & Analysis  
5/28/2013   15 comments
The 40th anniversary of Ethernet unearthed old war stories, a couple poems, a robotic-assisted videoconferencing demo and talk of a big, insecure future.
Rugged SBC offers flexible I/O for data processing in compact displays
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5/22/2013   Post a comment
MEN Micro has launched a low power, rugged single board computer with a 1.6GHz Atom processor that incorporates flexible I/O for demanding graphics environments.
Google Glass: 11 lessons in (semi) transparent design
Blog  
5/22/2013   5 comments
It’s still a pretty secretive project considering it involves 2,000 third parties, but I did manage to learn a few interesting lessons about Project Glass at Google I/O.
Broadcom’s CTO on Ethernet’s six key directions
News & Analysis  
5/22/2013   3 comments
As the industry celebrates the 40th anniversary of Ethernet, Broadcom CTO Henry Samueli talks about six directions in which it is heading.
Slideshow: Maker Faire returns to Silicon Valley
News & Analysis  
5/21/2013   8 comments
Our man in Silicon Valley spent his Saturday afternoon taking in Maker Faire and here's a glimpse of some of the makers, robots, LEDs and whatnot he saw there.
Android drives cameras to GPUs, plans IR support
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5/20/2013   4 comments
Google will update Android camera API to support computational photography on graphics cores and build support for infrared into Android.
Arduino board plugs DIYers into the cloud for $69
News & Analysis  
5/19/2013   8 comments
Massimo Banzi launched a $69 Arduino board that plugs do-it-yourselfers into the cloud using a Wi-Fi chip from Qualcomm Atheros running a custom variant of Linux.
Slideshow: Google I/O puts 7 platforms on parade
News & Analysis  
5/17/2013   6 comments
At its annual developer's conference, Google showed advances across seven major platforms--Android, Chrome, Glass, Google+, Maps, Search and Google TV.
Ten percent of notebooks using touch screens
News & Analysis  
5/16/2013   2 comments
Despite the sluggish uptake of Windows 8, nearly 4.6 million notebooks tapped into capacitive touch screen displays last quarter, a figure one market watcher sees rising.
Bell Labs group aims at 90% energy-saving in networks
Design How-To  
5/13/2013   2 comments
GreenTouch consortium claims the energy consumed by networks in 2020 could be reduced to 10 percent of 2010 levels while supporting large increase in traffic.
Slideshow: Embedded vision group peers into future
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5/1/2013   Post a comment
Embedded vision and the OpenCV library for it are on the rise based on demos, talks and interest at an annual summit.


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