Electronics, DIY, Makers, Hackers and Internet of Things (IoT)
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Misconfigurations and the resulting security vulnerabilities are soaring as companies rush to the cloud. The post SolarWinds Fallout: Cloud Security is the Weak Link appeared first on EETimes.
Huge tech companies relatively new to IC design are demanding tools customized at higher levels of abstraction and not widely shared with their competitors. The post Differentiation Through the Chip Design and Verification Flow appeared first on EETimes.
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A reinforcement learning algorithm detects more infected travelers than random border testing. The post At Last, AI Joins the Fight Against Covid appeared first on EETimes.
EDJX, Cubic and other partners launch an ‘Alpha Lab’ to develop applications for an Internet of Military Things. The post Cloud Net Partnership Eyes Military IoT appeared first on EETimes.
My trip through Vincent’s 19th century France was hijacked by the weight of 21st century technology. The post VR and 3D: Cool Tech But Real Head Cases appeared first on EETimes.
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The Internet of Cars represents the most significant semiconductor opportunity since the smartphone. The post The Internet of Cars Is Paved With Silicon appeared first on EETimes.
Amid IC shortages, Chinese demand for electric vehicles is expected to double this year. The post EV Makers Receive A First-Half Jolt appeared first on EETimes.
GaN Systems announces an agreement with BMW to secure GaN transistor capacity for accelerating EV production. The post BMW Secures Supply Chain with GaN Capacity Deal appeared first on EETimes.
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The partnership with AI cloud provider Cirrascale will allow access to world’s biggest AI chip The post Cerebras Engine Shifts to the Cloud appeared first on EETimes.
The open architecture is accelerating cloud-native technology for improving automotive software. The post Arm’s SOAFEE Brings Automotive to the Cloud appeared first on EETimes.