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Posted Sunday, Apr 16, 2017 by Jeff Safire

Pity the much-maligned H-1B visa, caught up in the politicized vitriol of the U.S. immigration issue and given black eye after black eye by the companies that love and abuse it.


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Posted Sunday, Apr 2, 2017 by Jeff Safire

Last week, Intel tech executives spoke up and asserted that while this latest cycle of Moore’s Law is taking longer, it is delivering more than a 2X gain in the number of transistors. The result is that Intel is still on track with Moore’s Law.


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Posted Monday, Mar 27, 2017 by Jeff Safire

Often during the research phase of medical technology or device development, software is more of an evolved entity than a well-designed one. Later, during commercial development, time and budget may lead to re-use of that software as well as taking shortcuts in the implementation rather than coding “the right way.” The accumulation of these…


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Posted Friday, Mar 3, 2017 by Jeff Safire

OK, Chrome is great. Google did a wonderful job with it—and continues improving it every day. But, there are plenty of other good options, and you should explore them for these 13 reasons and maybe a few more.


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Posted Thursday, Feb 16, 2017 by Jeff Safire

“If you’ve got a trillion devices producing readings constantly, we’re going to drown in data,” says Blaauw. By developing tiny, energy-efficient computing sensors that can do analysis on board, Blaauw and Sylvester hope to make these devices more secure, while also saving energy.”


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