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Making roads safer with vehicle video recorders
Design How-To  
4/30/2013   3 comments
Digital video recorders have been designed to cope with unpredictable drivers and drivers’ misinterpretation of traffic rules. TI's Anshuma Saxena discusses car DVR technology advances to meet the need for improved video quality and the wider acceptance of full HD content.
DESIGN West Slideshow: From mustaches to Lisa the robot
News & Analysis  
4/29/2013   16 comments
Conference featured diverse gathering of products, people and demos, including wireless Java, racing cars and more than a few robots.
Cypress Semi's PSoC shifts into 32-bit phase
Product How-To  
4/24/2013   2 comments
CEO T.J. Rodgers said Cypress is ready to shift PSoC into the 32-bit sector after eking out a chunk of the microcontroller market.
Compact portable vital signs monitor uses WiFi to display data on smartphones and tablets
News & Analysis  
4/6/2013   1 comment
Sensaris has developed a novel, multi-sensor device for monitoring vital signs. Called the ZAO, it is currently going through the certification process and will be available mid 2013.
Dual-interface NFC tags connects smartphones to any device
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4/6/2013   Post a comment
Inside Secure has released an innovative near field communication (NFC) tag that creates virtually limitless possibilities for interactions between NFC mobile devices like smartphones and a broad range of medical, communications, entertainment and other electronic devices.
Robo-fish to patrol oceans
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4/4/2013   6 comments
Cyro, Virginia Tech's robotic jellyfish, will surveil ocean, monitor for pollutants.
Sensors spread in age of 'data ubiquity'
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4/1/2013   1 comment
Brace yourself for a data-centric universe with sensors everywhere, says Pervasive Software's CTO.


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