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Is the Consumer IoT Happening?

What are you seeing with respect to consumer IoT adoption?

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Designing for Directed Self-Assembly

What do you think about how DSA fits into the design flow?

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NASA puts nationwide traffic control system for drones to the test

A source for Gizmag was http://www.nasa.gov/release/ames/nasa-invites-media-to-watch-faa-test-sites-fly-24-drones-testing-air-traffic-management which is a same-day invite for media to watch one of the 7 test sites at 5pm on the 18th?...nope, 19th-21st we…

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Little 3D printed flower vases for your bicycle

Put them on a nice pole the rider can carry on a shoulder or a crutch pole, and there ya go; more spillproof than 2 saddlebags worth of floral potting gel.

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Man accidentally 'deletes his entire company' with one line of bad code

Unchecked parameters to rm -rf (bash via Ansible.)
A step above
sh http://somedomain/spidermethis/booinstall.sh
or
foreach (*0) {*0

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The Maytag Effect

Of course remotely vandalising private property is unethical. The only bizarre idea is that it could be legal to do it remotely but illegal to do it in person.

I think it is a wake-up call for consumers to not buy, or rely on, cloud based products, or …

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How Would You Use 32 Mics?

So... what would *you* do with 32 mics?

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Seeds planted for London's first wooden skyscraper

OK, which is it? 1 million square feet or 304,800 square meters? The two are not the same by a factor of about 3.3

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The Internet of Seeing Things

I 2nd Vin's sentiments! Coincidentally, we're working on a Zynq project as well (the hardware side - snickerdoodle.io) and we see the unique combo of ARM+FPGAs providing a ridiculously compelling path forward in the 'connected computer vision' arena.

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Does Hardware Multi-threading Belong in Embedded CPU’s?

The author does not have a clue apparently why You want multithreading in embedded.

It is for real time response.

If You guarantee that one of the threads get a certain allocation of MIPS, you can often reduce components in a design, which without m…

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Patents Expired! Create Your Own Processor!

Presumably the "belligerently open-sourced" phrase applies to RISC-V ?

Sounds about right! Great article.

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IoT Phone Home?

There is a lot of malinvestment in stupid ideas because of cheap money. IoT feels like a dud.

Signal to noise ratio is a bit low here in the writing. It's lovely to read and clever - but too long. Get to the point.

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Debugging to the Tenth Power

This article is all very breathless and excitable isn't it? IoT reminds me of "this is the year of home automation"

Nest was supposed to lead the next computing revolution. It's looking like a bust.

http://www.vox.com/2016/4/7/11378904/nest-tony-fad…

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