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1|28|2015 A Washington Post article, Google got it wrong. The open-office trend is destroying the workplace, describes how the author's ad agency moved her from ...

1|26|2015 It's a funny old world and no mistake. I was sitting in the Pleasure Dome (my office) happily beavering away when someone dropped a package on my desk. ...

1|22|2015 Until recently, I was under the impression that my computer system in general -- and my precious data in particular -- was reasonably secure against ...

1|21|2015 Sometimes it seems like there's so much cool and interesting stuff bouncing around that you don't know where to start. For example, the Mighty Hamster ...

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1|21|2015 This is going to be a rather exciting year with regard to the embedded systems conference (ESC), because there are going to be a bunch of ESCs all over ...

1|15|2015 I have to admit that I'm a tad disgruntled, somewhat peeved, and a little miffed, as it were. Why? Well, I just discovered that my 100th Birthday -- ...

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Chinese Walls and Back Doors
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The need to build Chinese walls in the semiconductor industry is taking on a completely new significance as China’s antitrust regulators start to flex their muscles.

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What Drove CES 2015 Innovation? IP and IP Subsystems
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LAS VEGAS — If you want to see what electronic design innovation is all about these days, come to the Consumer Electronics Show. Just ignore the lobster food truck. ...

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The Problem with Big Data
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Big data is a hot topic. Our daily interactions with the Internet -- through laptops, smart phones, tablets, and IoT devices -- generate vast amounts of data that are ...

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Moore's Law Covers Human Progress
Ransom Stephens
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Moore's Law, famous for predicting the exponential growth of computing power over 40 years, comes from a simple try-fail/succeed model of incremental improvement. The ...

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Patent Laws Global Grey Areas
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A company cannot infringe a U.S. patent based on activities that occur entirely overseas. Gray areas in patent-infringement liability exist, however, when some activity ...

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A Washington Post article, Google got it wrong. The open-office trend is destroying the workplace, describes how the author's ad agency moved her from a private office to ...

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