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Building the Internet of Things

Dick, the expression Internet of Things may get tired in a year from now, say at the next EW, but rise in new forms of embedded systems will go forward. EDA companies such as Cadence, Synopsys with their Virtualizer product line, and Space Codesign (alth…

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Communications Out of Thin Air

What do you think of UW's ambient backscatter scheme? Useful or novelty?

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An ALS That Does RGB

We like to use the sensors of MAZeT. The are interference based and do not tend to drift because of temperature and age. The quality is great and the directly measure in XYZ values.

http://www.mazet.de/en/products/jencolor/true-color-sensors#.UylwYT-Js…

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Signing Off on Standards

What do you think about sign-offs as standards? Or about standards in general?

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High Speed Converters: What? Why? (and a little How?)

I hoped that Mr Robertson was going to use this talk to introduce Analog's new 16 bit 10Gs/s $50 ADC - oh well, perhaps next year.

SR

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Accelerating Innovation in Cloud & Mobile Computing

Security is one of my MAJOR concerns as well and not just the cloud element. We are seeing a cavalier attitude toward security in IoT, mobile, cloud ... the whole spectrum. Take mobility and cloud computing, for example. The technology exists today to cre…

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Do Electric Sheep Dream of Androids?

Well, that didn't take long.

Asus, one of the companies making the dual Windows/Android machines, has already canceled it.

And it's done so apparently under pressure from both Microsoft and Google. Asus itself appears happy with the machine. It's …

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Guaranteeing It

Do you think a lifetime warranty is significant or just a marketing thing?

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Wireless Power Standards Proliferate

I agree that while charging my Smartphone on wireless charging if the charger comes in contact with any metallic substance let’s say a coin due to induction the coin gets heated and cut off the charging. But that doesn't bother me as I kept it on the tabl…

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A Flexible Test Strategy for 3D ICs

What do you think of Mentor's 3D IC test strategy?

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Bitcoin Blitzkrieg

The blog article by Gary North is probably more accurate.

Bitcoins: The Second Biggest Ponzi Scheme in History

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Racing for Computer Nerds

I think the most accurate assessment is in the blog article by Gary North: Bitcoins: The Second Biggest Ponzi Scheme in History

Most of us who have spent any time in the tech industry, have already seen a large number of super investments come, and go,…

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