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11|24|2014 YOKOHAMA, Japan — Japan, which once looked like a world leader as it pushed its Home Energy Management System (HEMS) and the smart home standard, is now ...

11|24|2014 Morgan Hill, Calif. — Consulting firm Frost & Sullivan has awarded the 2014 Price-to-Performance Leadership award in the Vector Network Analyzer (VNA) ...

11|21|2014 SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Sensor nodes are the most vulnerable point of attack in an Internet of Things ecosystem, so securing the trillions of sensors industry ...

11|21|2014 OSAKA, Japan -- Most engineers in the US don’t know Megachips. Never heard of it. Even over here, only a few cognoscenti in the Japanese electronics ...

11|19|2014 PORTLAND, Ore. — How would you like your smartphone battery's charge to last a week instead of a day? I suspect that the answer is an overwhelming "yes."

11|19|2014 MUNICH — Demonstrating a Live LoRa IoT wireless network deployed in Munich during the run up to Electronica, Semtech was trumpeting its IoT Revolution ...

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