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DIY tractor repair runs afoul of copyright law

I have to say I was taken aback when signing on to Forbes comments (with LinkedIn or Yahoo or Google+) it asks for all your contacts, and to manage them. Maybe I should have been permitting scripts from Forbes.PrfktExpln8n.0.my but maybe I need to be run…

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Low Power, Wide Area

A couple interesting additional points from M2COMM's Mr. Petitgrand:

"- Listen Before Talk is not applicable for SIGFOX, there are many Ultra Narrowband transmitters in a tiny frequency band, so no way for the end device to figure out if the 100Hz chan…

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TI Innovation Challenge Takes Flight

May be they prescribe to the school of though - "Less means more."

See. They roused your interest enough to call them up and mention it on Fish Fry! A plane Jane press release would not have done that.

Looks like they took a page of the book - 48 La…

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MIT glass lab creates a process for 3D printing with molten glass

Very nice though heavy art glass, but with no color or surface treatments one way or another. A good watch.

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Completely paralyzed man steps out in robotic exoskeleton

Paralyzed and his BPM got up to 138 providing core support for the limb actions! Esko Bionics at http://emb.citengine.com/event/embc-2015/paper-details?pdID=4403

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"Tissue Velcro" could patch damaged organs

So save those old shoes with medical-style velcro on them, you might need a patch-up. Etsy's not looking so pricey anymore, is it?

I was sure this was going to be about the double-stranded RNA signal pathway, and not people who don't put fillets...well…

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New sensor predicts which lung transplants will fail

Props to http://www.kelleylaboratory.com/ (Shana Kelley and others) for making IL-6 and other factor-binding DNA sensors on gold clusters. It appears you pop this into the biopsy of or whole candidate lung and get back your bad meat signals (plus your lic…

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Algorithm turns any picture into the work of a famous artist

It doesn't actually use a full i7 core-hour, but it emulates going to Europe during a BFA and changing majors twice, so that's the kind of fill brushwork you can expect. Better than the loo for selfie BG by perhaps even more than autoawesome.

In other …

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Silicon Pioneer

I never found out! Guess it was something like shout louder.

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(Almost) Like FPGAs, Only Better

Oh YES smiling

Now for a device that is the best of both ... large dense hard logic IP section for core invariant algorithms, plus a fair sized FPGA section, for the data center compute applications.

Thanks Kevin!

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IoT Security Artifacts

Some interesting follow-up discussion going on here: https://www.linkedin.com/grp/post/6931120-6042732168600444932

In particular, the browser consideration for using CA certificates may not apply...

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A New Silvaco Emerges

What do you think about the change Silvaco has ahead of them?

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