Electronics, DIY, Makers, Hackers and Internet of Things (IoT)
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Two contrasting approaches to AI chips emerged at Hot Chips Conference this week. While Cerebras is building the largest chip ever, other vendors are looking to see how they can disaggregate the larger dies.
Atmosic aims to revolutionize the low-power corner of the IoT with Bluetooth-enabled devices that need the tiniest of batteries, or none at all.
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The U.S. chip industry seems to think the Chinese market will always be there, but Huawei is gradually giving up on the U.S., and the rest of China could follow.
5 days ago in News
Smart water bottles are designed to entice children to drink more water, but they aren't all that smart, and the high price tag due to problems in the supply chain are limiting consumer adoption.
Autonomous Robots are being used for everything, from security to fighting fires. Here are the top five autonomous robots working today and where to find them.
NIST sets out draft guidelines for baseline cybersecurity features in IoT devices as IoT companies finally get interested in security.
Artificial intelligence, which allows computers to learn and perform specific tasks such as image recognition and natural language processing, is loosely inspired by the human brain.
Huawei's DaVinci AI accelerators aim to serve everything from wearables to data centers, said an R&D engineer at Hot Chips.
6 days ago in News
Most semiconductor enterprises in China are focusing on their survival and profit. It's impractical to force them to keep following Moore's Law or trying the IDM model for memory volume production.
The continued listing of major brands of 5G devices is reshaping the Chinese smartphone market.