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Racing for Computer Nerds

OK, fess up folks! Who has tried bitcoin mining, what was your approach, and what were your results? Given this community, there must have been some novel setups.

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Which Wireless Will Win?

Which wireless network protocol(s) do you think will be the winners? (Not counting cell phone protocols...)

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40 maps that will help you make sense of the world

See...? People all over the world don't use the metric system.

Clearly we've made the right choice.

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RTL Signoff

Bryon,
Thanks for the recognition that Real Intent has been talking about RTL Sign-off. We saw this as important issue in 2012, and had a 1/2 day Tutorial at DVCon in San Jose, Feb. 2013 on it. You can see the description here: http://dvcon.org/sites/d…

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Wireless Power

What do you think about this resonant power transfer idea?

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Haptics in a Microcontroller?

That's a crazy-long list of patents... wow...

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Maximizing Battery Life with TI's Wolverine Technology

It is not that I want to be critical but besides the FRAM I do not see how 360nA is good. Actually, this number is reached in what is called deep sleep mode and can mostly be woken up by a reset or an external interrupt that requires high power. It will b…

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Absolute Zero Privacy

I love this, Kevin. You have solidified the jelly of ideas that has been floating around my skull for a decade now. Of course, you tilted it adroitly towards engineers. But I love this concept applied across the whole spectrum of human existence.

The t…

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Rewinding to Betamax: The path to consumers’ “right to record” - 30 years ago today, a landmark ruling set technology free

As a teenager, I remember this revolution. It came almost at the same time when cable was getting popular and video stores could charge an arm & leg for a membership.

By having the video store membership and cable TV, being able to record shows while a…

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Tiny Turbines, Real Superhero Powers, and Servers-on-Chip

What do you think about the stories covered in today's show? Would you buy a mini windmill powered cell phone case?

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An Internet Processor

What do you make of Qualcomm's new Internet Processor?

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