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11|19|2014 YOKOHAMA, Japan — STMicroelectronics, at this week's Embedded Technology 2014 show, trotted out the latest thing in robotics: an Italian humanoid called ...

11|10|2014 PORTLAND, Ore. -- The framework for "the next big thing" is being cast at advanced foundries that offer one-stop shopping for fabless innovators who want to ...

11|6|2014 AUSTIN, Texas - Analog Devices, Freescale, PNI Sensor Corp., and the MEMS Industry Group formed the Accelerated Innovation Community, a group dedicated to ...

9|30|2014 MADISON, Wis. — With industry players all battling to "own" customers and their data, the Internet of Things (IoT) market looks chaotic and fragmented. One ...

9|29|2014 NEW YORK — As some predict that New York's easy summer will turn into a hellish winter, a local startup aims to fix the freeze. Heat Seek, grand prize ...

9|29|2014 “Open Innovation” was a strong theme running through today’s MIT Cloud Workshop, attended by industry, academics, and students.

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