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4|1|2016 SAN FRANCISCO—Smartphone sales will grow at the lowest rate on record and PC sales will decline again in 2016, according to market research firm Gartner Inc.

1|28|2016 SAN FRANCISCO -- Application frameworks for the Internet of Things competed for which were running in more systems at the Consumer Electronics Show this year. ...

1|15|2016 SAN FRANCISCO—Market leading semiconductor maker Intel Corp. Thursday (Jan. 14) reported record fourth quarter revenue in line with consensus ...

1|14|2016 SAN FRANCISCO — Earlier this month, Nest’s smart thermostat reportedly stopped working, leaving many users frustrated and their homes freezing cold.

1|14|2016 SAN FRANCISCO — The consumer electronics world has just got some much-needed clarity on 4K Ultra High Definition TV — usually defined as 4K TV beyond ...

1|13|2016 SAN FRANCISCO—After years of software-based funding and tedious development, the crowdfunding tide is turning toward hardware. At International CES, held ...

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What looks like a growing relationship between Mobileye and Intel in the highly automated vehicle platforms can be alarming to those who compete in, or follow, the market.

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TAIPEI — It’s comforting to know that the sky is not falling yet.

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It saddened me to have missed Electronica this year. Southern Germany is very much like New England in the fall. The leaves on deciduous trees turn yellow, orange and red, ...

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It's not news that the Internet of Things (IoT) is high on the hot-topic list these days. Certainly, the potential benefits and payback of IoT, including industrial IoT, ...

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I can't imagine working as an EE and not having to measure current. After call, current is one of the seven most basic measurement units. Measured in Ampere's the actual ...

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I've almost finished reading a great book: Genome: The Autobiography of a Species in 23 Chapters by Matt Ridley. This was first published in 1999, which is a long time ago in terms of the ...

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I've read a lot of computer-related books in my time. Some of them were really interesting, some were "sort of OK," and quite a few bored my socks off. Happily, every now and then, I've ...

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