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  • Iconic Embedded

    Iconic Embedded

    Attack of the Spamming Refrigerator

    As an increasing array of devices are connected to the Internet, malware, viruses and hackers will inevitably...

  • Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    What I want to see at EE Live! / ESC

    EE Live! kicks off tomorrow on 1 April 2014. Here's what one editor is looking for while wandering the...

  • JB’s Circuit

    JB’s Circuit

    Xpedition Awaits for PCB Designers

    Mentor Graphics announces improvements to and the re-branding of its well-known Expedition line of printed...

  • Nick MacKechnie-Stuck somewhere between family life and IT...

    Nick MacKechnie-Stuck somewhere between family life and IT...

    nickmac@microsoft is EOL as at 21/03/14 NZDST

    Hi All, Thanks so much for all of your support, feedback and interactions since 2002 -  It's...

  • Blog Post: Killing two birds with one stone  /  (TI E2E Community)

    NOTE: No birds were actually injured during the writing of this post Consider the design challenge: you have a somewhat regulated input voltage (or perhaps a battery) and you need both positive and negative output voltages to bias your amplifier circuitry.  In addition to being low noise, the output voltages should...

  • Serious “Heartbleed” Bug Hits OpenSSL  /   (Mocana Device Blog)

    For the second time this year for OpenSSL, an open-source security transport protocol, is vulnerable to a new flaw. Researchers with Google Inc and Codenomicon announced the vulnerability late on Monday. The vulnerability could allow remote access to sensitive data including passwords and secret keys as it travels across...

  • Serious “Heartbleed” Bug Hits OpenSSL  /   (Mocana Device Blog)

    For the second time this year for OpenSSL, an open-source security transport protocol, is vulnerable to a new flaw. Researchers with Google Inc and Codenomicon announced the vulnerability late on Monday. The vulnerability could allow remote access to sensitive data including passwords and secret keys as it travels across...

  • java  /  (Consumerization: BYOD)

    hi can u please help me solve this question.A small company dealing with transportation has just purchased a computer for its new automated reservations system. You have been asked to program the new system. You are to write a program called ReservationSystem to assign seats on a vehicle. Your class ......

Featured Articles

  • Advanced Process Nodes Transform MCU Market

    Integrated peripherals and sensor capabilities in today’s MCUs support new applications in wearable and ultra-mobile designs. To get a sense of where innovation is occurring

  • What’s Up Next in the IoT?

    Cross post to security, industrial, transportation, Intel The Internet of things shares many of the same challenges as human-Internet interactions, including the need for connectivity

  • Small Form Factors—One Size Does NOT Fit All

    Aerospace and transportation applications are particularly affected by operating environments that are at the upper limits of most SFF standards, but even low-volume designs can benefit

  • Sensors Are a Primary Source for Big Data

    New IoT applications—from medical to smart energy to animal husbandry— drive the need for more layered intelligence to address security and privacy concerns, and to manage stunning

  • PC/104: What’s Old Is New Again

    Despite all the breathless excitement of the “new” Internet of Things, the PC/104 Consortium has spent its 22 years of existence helping to get the industry to this point: bringing

  • Mobile and IoT Drive Embedded Small Form Factor Evolution

    Industry experts weigh in on the implications of new SoCs from Intel and ARM, high-speed interconnects, and the Internet of Things—all in the context of small form factor embedded

  • Overcome Common COMs Design Pitfalls

    When designing with high-performance, low-power computer-on-modules (COMs), subtle and not-so-subtle characteristics impact common performance needs such as implementing digital displays,

  • Transparent Silver Enables New Touchscreen Applications

    For newer factories and emerging touchscreen applications—from large-area touchscreens to flexible displays—silver nanowires offer significant advantages in cost and performance. Have

  • Torque-Limiting Card-Lok Retainers

    Latest advances provide optimized performance for rugged transportation applications. In transportation applications, especially those involving shock or high vibration, adequate

  • Growth in U.S. Rail Offers New Opportunities for Embedded System Designers

    Embedded system designers with expertise in defense, aerospace, industrial or automotive applications can transfer the harsh-environment, high-vibration aspects of those safety-critical market experiences into the railway sector.

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