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Why Don’t They Just…

@TotallyLost, I agree completely. All of us should challenge misinformation when we see it being propagated, and we should work very hard to be sure that what we publish or broadcast is correct.

I feel that we in the press have an additional responsib…

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Where is the Value? Where is the ROI?

How do you see the IoT ROI playing out?

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Who Uses Power-Over-Ethernet?

How about IP phone ? Most corporate nowaday has deployed IP phone on staff's desktop. PoE can provide both power and data to the phone set. Added to that, some phone set even has an extra mini 2-port LAN switch built-in for connection to the desktop PC. S…

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Off to the Android Races

Hi. One quick comment pertaining to your sentence "Since the idea is to benchmark the platform, not the program, doubling up on optimized and non-optimized code makes sense."
EEMBC uses the terms peak and base, respectively, to refer to the CPU portion o…

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Improved FPGA Tool Results

Fresh approach. They're exploring the constraint space in the cloud.

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8-bit pixel sunglasses implore everyone around you to deal with it

It's Season 1 of CSI:Miami, surely; but the Poor Taste Conference cred. is surely the monopsony behind the production run.

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An Irregular Street Scene

How do you see the pros and cons of plasma dicing?

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FPGAs in the IoT

"One of the challenges of bringing FPGAs to markets where software-programmable solutions like MCUs have traditionally ruled is bringing the design team up to speed with creating FPGA designs"

I think the challenge to replace MCUs by FPGAs is simply th…

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Black Helicopters & Foil Hats

quite credible reports do certainly exist. they are dealing with projects that were known to be doomed at a certain point in time but the setup was not unveiled to the general project staff until a certain decision point was reached. knowing all options a…

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And Then There Was One

Where do you see the sensor fusion market going?

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Tesla, Edison, and the Patent Office

Surely underlying Jim's argument is the fact that that the patent system in the US, put in place after American entrepreneurs had run rough shod over European IP laws, but then started feeling the pain, are no longer about protecting the inventor but are …

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