Science fiction is all about “what if.” What if there were no gravity? What if apes developed an advanced civilization after our own? What if we’re living in a computer simulation?
What if voice-activated gadgets used a lot less power? Would that change the way people use them, or make them more useful, or open up new applications? What … Read More → "Voice Activation Gets More Efficient"
For leading FPGA suppliers Xilinx and Intel (Altera), the secret to success has always been to beat the other. That’s how duopolies work. For everyone else wanting to wedge their way into the highly-competitive programmable logic market, common wisdom has always been to find a niche.
The niche strategy is more of a survival trick. Numerous companies have made … Read More → "Achronix Goes Head-to-Head"
Are you familiar with the Tracealyzer and DevAlert tools from Percepio? How about the Luos distributed (not exactly an) operating system from Luos? I don’t know about you, but for me, the past few days have been jam-packed with my learning all sorts of exciting nuggets of knowledge and tidbits of trivia pertaining to the implementing, monitoring, and debugging of embedded systems using these little … Read More → "New Paradigms for Implementing, Monitoring, and Debugging Embedded Systems"
How do you do, fellow youths! This week we’re reviewing the chilliest gadget in the ’hood. I’m pretty sure that’s what it is, anyway.
Canadian startup Boréas has gone all-in on haptics, producing its own controller chip … Read More → "Boréas Does Haptics Better"