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1|26|2015 TOKYO -- Even if you are not a gamer (I’m not) and you’re irritated by those people who walk around rendered catatonic by a set of earbuds (I am), ...

1|23|2015 PORTLAND, Ore. -- Intel, Microsoft and Autodesk are quietly investing in "programming" living organisms -- potentially merging biology with electronics. However, ...

1|22|2015 TOKYO — Best practices for compliance to any standards start with documentation.

1|21|2015 Security is becoming a key concern for a wide variety of electronic systems. In the case of medical devices, for example, it's critical to ensure that no one can ...

1|20|2015 LONDON — CMOSIS (Antwerp, Belgium), a developer of advanced CMOS image sensors for applications in machine vision, digital cinema, aerospace, scientific ...

1|20|2015 PORTLAND, Ore. -- The world's first App Store for the Internet of Things (IoT) was announced today by Canonical Ltd. (Douglas, Isle of Man) the makers of Ubuntu ...

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LAS VEGAS — The International CES exposed how far its aspirational promoters still are from the reality of the “Internet of Things” (IoT).
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