Sunday 30th of April 2017    

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  • Recent IoT threats and lessons learned
    A few simple and well-documented flaws in poor product design underlie recent IoT attacks and need not occur.

  • Building a really low-cost sweeper
    Make a really low-cost swept frequency tone generator using just some spare op-amp sections and no sole source parts.

  • NXP and Amazon team up on Alexa integration
    NXP Semiconductors has partnered with Amazon to make Alexa voice-recognition hardware and software available as a reference design for integration into other devices, part of a wave of chip makers looking to cash in on the success of digital assistants in hopes that OEMs will begin incorporating voice recognition and command capabilities in other products.

  • Designing in portability
    A large opportunity has presented itself for designing a wide range of battery powered portable products to meet the growing appetite for communications, medical and computer related products.

  • Sorting out the ugly details of IoT security
    Do we need a group to certify that IoT products support some baseline security and privacy standards? If so, what are the standards and who is the group?

  • The Write Stuff: Crafting a DNA Statement
    A "DNA statement" is the most compact description you can create for a device or product that mentions or implies everything of substance.

  • Nucleus SE - an introduction
    Understanding the detailed workings of a specific RTOS will give you a good basis for coming to grips with any RTOS.

  • Sensor lets developers adjust sensitivity
    Allegro's A1377 linear Hall-effect sensor, with its broad sensitivity range and onboard diagnostics, is well-suited for automotive sensing.




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