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When Oscium introduced its iOS-based oscilloscope in 2011, I believed then that engineers would embrace the smartphone/tablet interface for controlling instruments. I ...
A couple of days ago, my chum Paul was visiting me in my office. He'd wandered over from his cubicle in the next bay to take a brief coffee break. This week, Paul had been ...
I was reading this month's issue of Discover magazine yesterday evening. At the back they had a piece titled "20 Things You Didn't Know About Galaxies." The first point ...
Radar has been around for some 110 years and it just keeps developing. The first system for detecting the location of objects was developed by automotive and ...
I was email chatting to my chum Steve Manley in the UK the other day (Steve is the guy who is building the 8x8x8 RGB LED Cube from the ground up).
Over the past few years, the need for high-reliability and high-availability systems has expanded past military and aerospace into the datacenter, onto the industrial ...
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Over the last several months, Jim Hogan and I have been kicking around ideas with regard to the issue of security in the Internet of Things (IoT). This all began with an ...
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