7 Questions With Broadcom’s CTO Rick Merritt 12/18/2014 Post a comment Broadcom's co-founder and chief technologist talks about Moore's Law, his plans for 16nm FinFET tape-outs in 2015, IoT platform wars, and shifts in the engineering profession.
IoT Metro Network Race Is On Rick Merritt 12/17/2014 (1) comment The startup Sigfox aims to raise more than $70 million by early next year to fund a US national IoT network using its 900MHz software, and it has a partner for a satellite version.
Stop! Recycle Those Old Batteries! Max Maxfield 12/12/2014 (7) comments Around 3 billion batteries are discarded in the United States each year, releasing all sorts of unpleasant substances -- including mercury, lead, cadmium, and nickel -- into the environment.
Building the Mobile Supply Chain Hailey Lynne McKeefry 12/12/2014 (6) comments Mobile apps will shortly become a mainstay of the average supply chain as organizations come to understand the huge benefits to logistics and supply chain activities.
A Simple Measurement Mystery Bill Schweber 12/10/2014 (4) comments Sometimes even data and modest, small observations don’t add up, and we have no way to knowing for sure where the problem lies, or whether there even is one.
Smart Panel Ponders AI's Future Jessica Lipsky 12/9/2014 (4) comments Artificial intelligence is well on its way to entering the market by 2025, but it may look different than the public has imagined. AI could give systems the ability to talk to each other quickly and simply or to reason and make inferences.
Design 2.0: A New Moore’s Law Rick Merritt 12/8/2014 (2) comments Something I am calling Design 2.0 is bubbling up in the engineering community, injecting new energy into the profession. In many ways, it's the new Moore’s Law.
Do You Feel IoT Device Fatigue Yet? Junko Yoshida 12/4/2014 (2) comments After the novelty of the wearable device wears off, will consumers settle into device fatigue or out-and-out revolt? Who wants the whole neighborhood knowing you forgot to brush your teeth?
Intel X86 Eyes Google Glass Jessica Lipsky 12/2/2014 (1) comment The next generation of Google Glass may have new guts, as an Intel x86 processor is expected to replace the Texas Instruments Omap chip.
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