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posted in July 2013
Slideshow: Google Upgrades Android, Nexus, TV
News & Analysis  
7/25/2013   29 comments
We take a look at the new Nexus 7, Android 4.3, and Chromecast and share a brief chat with Google's Mr. Android and the chairman of Asus.
Crash Sensor, First of Many Wearables
Blog  
7/23/2013   17 comments
The Icedot is the first of what may someday be a trillion sensors, many of which we will wear.
Java Grabs ARM in Embedded Drive
News & Analysis  
7/22/2013   10 comments
Version 3.3 of Oracle's Java Micro Edition Embedded supports ARM-based SoCs targeting a broad range of microcontroller-class devices.
T&M Turns to Open-Source, Kickstarter
News & Analysis  
7/22/2013   26 comments
A test-and-measurement startup is launching the open-source Red Pitaya project and credit-card-sized instrument board on its crowdfunding site.
Startup Aims to Unsnarl IoT Code
News & Analysis  
7/17/2013   21 comments
WigWag plans open source software to ease to job of addressing devices using any protocol on the Internet of Things. It also described the innards of its home automation devices.
Ham Operators' Paradise at Friedrichshafen's Flea Market
Blog  
7/10/2013   2 comments
Ham Radio show in Friedrichshafen, Germany, is a must see for any ham enthusiast. Here's why.
How Hackers Can Take Control Over Your Car
News & Analysis  
7/8/2013   71 comments
The automotive industry has yet to see a hacker compromising the safety of cars and drivers, because automobiles have not been network-connected until recently. But that doesn't mean it won't happen.
Caveman Seeks Man Cave Upgrade
Blog  
7/2/2013   22 comments
At the risk of letting the whole world know I'm an utter Luddite cheapskate, I will open the kimono on the state of my digital home.
Cloud RAN Attracts Asian, European Carriers
News & Analysis  
7/2/2013   5 comments
Interest in building cellular networks out of banks of x86 servers is spreading beyond China Mobile to Korea, Japan, and Germany.
IoT Landscape Defies Mapping
News & Analysis  
7/1/2013   17 comments
The Internet of Things represents one of the most fragmented market landscapes in electronics today.
WigWag Kicks Off Home Automation Campaign
News & Analysis  
7/1/2013   6 comments
WigWag has quickly blown through the modest goal of its Kickstarter campaign, but whether the startup sparks an IoT firestorm remains to be seen.
Artificial Pancreas Dials Up Smartphones
News & Analysis  
7/1/2013   15 comments
Diabetes researchers are tapping mobile devices to link insulin monitors and pumps as they work toward an artificial pancreas.


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