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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|21|2014 OAKLAND, Calif. -- Intel is back on track with mobile, company officials said at an annual investor meeting. The company's fiscal outlook for 2015 included ...

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 ...

11|18|2014 PORTLAND, Ore. -- The last remaining hurdle to flexible, bendable, rollable OLED displays allowing designers to create myriad devices that can bend, flex, and ...

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Just in case you haven't been following my earlier columns on EE Times -- augmented by videos on YouTube -- I'm in the process of building a 3D 8x8x8 RGB LED cube. My ...
The Internet of Things (IoT) promises a lot. By providing simple sensor and actuator nodes with both local intelligence and access to compute resources spread across the ...
The Internet of Things (IoT) is in that burgeoning stage when anything can happen. The first bugs haven't shown up, companies aren't too worried about the investment, and ...
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The quality assurance team is there to test the system and generate a list of bugs. Developers then fix those, and, after passing QA's tests, the product ships.
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