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Next-gen medical devices include artificial hearts, neurostimulators to restore vision, and chips to dispense birth control
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As transistors stop shrinking, open-source hardware will have its day
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This year, the Ekso Bionics exoskeleton for paraplegics hits the market
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Turns out, there are plenty of extraordinary engineers. You just need to look for them
17 February 2015 Please join us as Baruch Sadogursky, Developer Advocate at JFrog, and Dave Gruber, Director of Developer Programs at Black Duck Software, review the challenges associated with managing increasing open source use and present automated approaches to gain visibility and control of your binaries.
26 February 2015 In this webinar, Paul Goossens from Maplesoft will demonstrate how using a single environment for every stage of the project, from initial concept to final deployment, will streamline the development process and eliminate the overhead and risks associated with changing environments.
The ability of the EPC to be implemented using commodity server hardware enables a virtualized packet core, where different workloads can be deployed on a common set of hardware.
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The Internet of Things is transforming our lives, this move to a smarter, connected world is revamping embedded development, and affecting every industry – from manufacturing to telecom.
Smart products involve complex systems of interconnected software, electrical, and m...
Power density and capital cost advantages have favored diesel fuel for standby powe...
I couldn't make it to Willow Garage's PR2 launch party last night, so I went as a robot
It takes several lifetimes to put a new energy system into place, and wishful thinking can’t speed things along
A survey reveals the worldwide migration patterns of researchers