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Posted Friday, Aug 23, 2019 by Jeff Safire

The next generation of wireless communications is expected to leverage spectrum above millimeter waves.


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Posted Wednesday, Aug 21, 2019 by Jeff Safire

Self-driving technology is hard — so hard that even the industry front-runner is showing its cards to try to get more brainpower on the problem. by Joann Muller for Axios Illustration: Lazaro Gamio/Axios Driving the news: Waymo announced Wednesday it’s sharing what is believed to be one of the largest troves of self-driving vehicle…


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Posted Monday, Aug 12, 2019 by Jeff Safire

Canon has issued a security advisory and firmware patch for the vulnerability By Andrew Liptak | August 11, 2019 Ransomware has become a major threat to computer systems in recent years, as high-profile attacks have locked users out of personal computers, hospitals, city governments, and even The Weather Channel. Now, security researchers have discovered…


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Posted Wednesday, Jul 10, 2019 by Jeff Safire

Tools designed to rapidly build embedded MRAM, RRAM, and phase change memories on logic chips expand foundry options By Samuel K. Moore Applied Materials’ Endura Impulse uses nine physical vapor deposition systems to rapidly build RRAM or PCRAM. Photo: Applied Materials. Chip equipment giant Applied Materials wants foundry companies to know that it feels…


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Posted Friday, Jun 28, 2019 by Christopher Wilson

I’ve been working on crowdsourced mapping for over 20 years.  It seems like such a simple idea would be able to make the maps we need for Automated Vehicles, but it turns out it’s really hard.  A few years ago this was a very hot space for investment, but people are now realizing it…


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