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Malicious Malware Could Grab Your Christmas Cash
Dec 16, 2014
One of the most financially successful and prevalent cyber crimes involves the hacking of retail point-of-sale (PoS). It thus requires systems as...
Hundreds of Sensors Will Become Your Life-Long Buddies
Nov 21, 2014
Industry experts are consistently predicting an electronic connectivity explosion—by the end of this decade nearly 40 billion systems and...
Keep Those Wearable Technology Power Budgets Lean And Mean
Oct 16, 2014
Visitors to Munich's enormous TechFest, AKA Electronica 2014, will have to be pretty fit to stand any chance of getting around a show that...
Boris Will Clean Your Dishes While Bob Checks Home Security
Sep 29, 2014
Doing the dishes isn’t the most scintillating of chores, so a robot that picks up your crockery and glassware safely could prove a huge...
This Tiny Modem Chip Will Cope With The Mega Connectivity Surge Of The IoT
Sep 16, 2014
Convergence and connectivity received an important technical boost recently with the unveiling of the XMM 6255 modem from Intel that can be...
Life Trackers Could “Open The Door” To Burglars When You’re Not Home
Aug 20, 2014
Are you into self-tracking, life-logging, or quantified self as it's sometimes called? If so, it becomes easy to track and hack lots of...
Texting Pills and Wireless Contraception
Jul 31, 2014
Methods of medical drug delivery are reaching science fiction levels. For instance, some of today’s pills can text medical professionals...
Graphene Breakthrough Foretells Computerized Couture Revolution
Jul 23, 2014
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These Robots Can Kill You or Cure You
Jul 01, 2014
We don’t have robots that can identify and kill the enemy on the front lines of today’s battlefields yet, but they aren’t...
How Long Will This Semiconductor Boom Keep Rolling?
Jun 20, 2014
Back in December 2013, Electronic Design Europe took a long, hard look at industry analysts’ and assorted pundits’ predictions for...
Why Were The “Prisoners” Discussing Wireless Charging?
May 28, 2014
Detainees at Prison St. Michel, Nuremberg, recently got into a discussion about wireless charging. You may think this strange. But these...
FPGAs Get A Performance/Reliability Lift From The Bumps
May 22, 2014
Can Japan’s Latest Alliance Catch The Wave Of Semiconductor Success?
Apr 30, 2014
This global semiconductor business is riding the crest of a strong and sustainable wave, as expected. Undoubtedly, the market’s success...
Beacons Light The Way To All-Encompassing Bluetooth Connectivity
Apr 23, 2014
Could Cloudy Days And Flower Power Be The New Blue Sky Thinking On Solar Energy?
Mar 31, 2014
Organic photovoltaics and power from plants are providing some bright alternatives to the traditional electronics technology used in solar...
Paul Whytock is European Editor for Penton Media's Electronics Division. From his base in London, England, he covers press conferences and industry events throughout the EU for Penton...
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