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10|11|2017 SAN FRANCISCO — Regulators in Taiwan have levied a fine of roughly $774 million against Qualcomm for anti-competitive behavior, becoming the latest in a ...

9|6|2017 SAN FRANCISCO — European Union regulators have for a second time put the brakes on their investigation into the proposed $38 billion acquisition of NXP ...

3|7|2017 PARIS – While CMOS imagers and infrared are well established as sensors in smartphones, today’s $64 million question is whether they will make room ...

3|2|2017 BARCELONA – Qualcomm calls it Pre-5G. Nokia calls it 4.9G. Verizon has its own spec pushed by 5GTF (Verizon 5G Technical Forum).

3|1|2017 BARCELONA – Intel Corp. is showing off in its booth at the Mobile World Congress a new mobile SoC chip developed by China’s Spreadtrum Communications.

2|28|2017 BARCELONA – The new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Ajit Varadaraj Pai, virtually claimed the copyright on the term ...

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John Walicki, IBM

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IoT Markets to Watch in 2018
John Walicki, IBM
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The real IoT trends to watch in 2018 are not telling your lights to turn on or watching delivery drones jet across the countryside.  It will be about instrumenting ...

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Driving Research into Intelligent Agriculture
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Earlier this year, I had written about a farm automation project in the UK that successfully harvested its first barley crop using only autonomous vehicles and drones, ...

Colin Wallis, Kantara Initiative

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Engineering for Privacy Requires Standards
Colin Wallis, Kantara Initiative
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Companies across all industries are dealing with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force in May, giving enhanced privacy protection to ...

Rudy Ramos, Mouser Electronics

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Protect Your IoT Designs from Malware
Rudy Ramos, Mouser Electronics
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The latest malware targeted wireless access points and routers, turning them into botnets. Once infected, the malware wipes the device, leaving it inoperable.

Ariella Brown

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The Ethics of AI for Suicide Prevention
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In today’s hyperconnected world, we are generating and collecting so much data that it is beyond human capability to sift through it all. Indeed, one application of ...

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Industry’s vision for the Internet of Things (IoT) foresees the installation of billions of devices connected to the world’s universal network. All forecasts ...

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Come the holiday season, we all get caught up in a blitz of hot deals in emails from online retailers, tear-away coupons from local malls, and TV ads interrupting our ...

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