Blog Review: Oct. 21

Ansys' Bill Vandermark goes back to the future in this week's top five picks. Plus, the star of the world's longest hoverboard flight gets an upgrade. Perhaps the person riding it will be wearing an ocean-cleaning bikini. Straight from MemCon 2015, Rambus' Aharon Etengoff brings us a keynote exploring the increasingly blurred lines between memory and storage, and how an alternative paradigm ... » read more

Blog Review: Sept. 30

In an increasingly networked world, NXP's Lars Reger advocates for a change of perspective: one which places data protection and the security of end customers and users at the heart. Differential power analysis has been on the mind of Rambus' Aharon Etengoff recently as increasing numbers of SIM cards are being cracked, plus some counter measures that can be used. Even wondered about the ... » read more

Blog Review: Sept. 23

From the International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt, NXP's Birgit Ahlborn brings us a discussion with on the challenges to building trust in connected cars and intelligent transport systems, and what is needed to ensure security in a world of connected mobility. From the world's largest aircraft to terahertz wireless to the launch of a partially reusable orbital rocket, innovation is in the... » read more

Blog Review: May 7

What if your toothbrush could talk? Semico Research’s Michell Prunty looks at the crowd-funded connected toothbrush design. And what else can it do? Cadence’s Richard Goering attended the Electronic Design Process Symposium in Monterey and summed up the progress in ESL: Power is less of an issue (for the moment), emulation is cheaper, but there is still a dearth of expertise and standard... » read more

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