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Arm Cortex-M3 processor - the core of the Internet…
The Arm Cortex-M3 processor has been central to many innovations in the IoT space; it’s the innovator’s choice.
Samsung’s New Digs; $9 CHIP Ships; Self-charging Drone (That Just Happened, Sep. 25)
It’s Friday and that’s cause for a little celebration, a little dancin' with the usual Adorable Closing Gif, but first you have to read on to get there! No scroll-cheating, either. (That's kinda the way the week works: You can'...
Future of Tablets; TSMC Updates; Wearables Ready to Rock (That Just Happened, Sep. 18)
Before we dive into the news pool and then close off with another adorable little gif, a short dissertation on the nature of innovation. One man's patented technology is another man's madness, but that's the nature of innovation. The Nobe...
Intrinsyc Technologies Corporation to Exhibit at 'Embedded World' Conference, Nuremberg,Germany Feb 23-24
Intrinsyc Technologies Corporation will be exhibiting 'the most innovative embedded systems developers from all over the world, and at the same time the biggest European conference devoted to embedded systems development.'Come visit our booth...
How to design smart watches; China’s Arm servers; Hardware is the new software
Smart watch design is in its infancy and there seem to be a lot of detractors bubbling up in Digital Chatter Land. I’m not one of them.
Eight-year-old Maker builds an Arduino-based smartwatch
Do you recall what you were doing back in the summer of fourth grade? Chances are you weren’t creating a programmable, Arduino-based smartwatch like eight-year-old Maker Omkar Govil-Nair, let alone starting your own business.
That Just Happened (Aug. 13): Learning the Alphabet; Qualcomm's New Snapdragon; De Geus on Security
Often it’s hard for a “story of the week” to bubble to the surface, but this week was easy: Google goes
. If you missed it, the technology giant announced in a
that it is creating a holding company — a la Be...
That Just Happened (July 23): Watching Wearables; Innovation Honored; $9 CHIP; Open Source Secrets
It’s been a week of wearables watching, Semicon West-gathering and innovation-honoring. Oh, and Pluto. Here’s what caught my eye in our world:Details of the way-cool $9 CHIP from
Next Thing Co.
have leaked out in recent months (1GHz
LG boost battery life; ARM with Red Hat; 100m smartphones sold in SE Asia this year (June 30th news roundup)
Richard Wilson from
reports Cubitech has released its new ARM-based computer module Cubieboard, noting, “It is based around a chipset from China-based Allwinner. The A10 SoC is an ARM Cortex-A8 CPU and Mali400 GPU.”Mere...
MYLE TAP is the world’s first wearable thought catcher
Did you know that the average person generates over 70,000 thoughts each day? Many of which are forgotten. Let’s face it, we’ve all been there: a great idea pops into your head while in the shower, in the car or out for a jog, only to fin...
This wearable turnkey system combines MCUs, connectivity, touch and sensor technologies
Did you know that 45.7 million wearable devices are expected to ship this year, up 133.4% from the 19.6 million units shipped in 2014? And by 2019,
reports are calling
for shipment volumes to reach 126.1 million units, resulting in a five-year CAGR o...
EE and entrepreneur wrote the book on tech product design (and you can get it for free)
With all the buzz around crowdfunding new hardware and after meeting some of the founders of these startups I thought it wise to talk to someone who has literally written a book on electronic products design, John Teel.
John comes from the worl...
DrumPants puts an entire band in your pocket
Ever catch yourself drumming on your pant leg? Your table? Your desk? Your steering wheel? Well good news, starting a one-man band is now as simple as wearing
. Dubbed by its creators Tyler Freeman and Lei Yu as “the world’s indu...
News Summary - April 7th
Hello all, here is a selection of the news highlights from the past couple of days:Several reporters including Todd Weiss from
report Acer’s ARM-powered Chromebase all-in-one desktop will debut in Q2 2015, writing, “The all-in-one r...
UnaliWear Kanega is like a “wearable OnStar for seniors”
Most of you who’ve lived through the late ‘80s and ‘90s can’t distinctly recollect those Life Alert commercials with Mrs. Fletcher yelling, “Help! I’ve fallen, and I can’t get up!” Lo and behold, the ca...
ARM-based Pinto lets you carry files on your wrist
When it comes to saving files nowadays, we have several options ranging from good ol’ flash drives and discs to cloud storage. However, let’s face it. How many pocket-sized USB devices have you lost in the past, leaving you no choice but ...
This tiny device puts an entire workout in your pocket
wowed the CES crowd with its smartphone-sized WellShell exercise device. This year, the team debuted its consumer-ready version along with a brand new prototype for their TAO Chair, allowing users to burn calories right from the...
Tron-like headphones pulse to the music and your heart
Anyone who has ever attended an electronic dance concert or a nightclub knows that music and vibrant lights go together like a rama lamma lamma ka dinga da dinga dong. Well, a Bay Area-based startup is now converging these two into a slick set of ear...
Atlas, a wearable fitness device thats a cut above (and uses big data)
on the ARM community last October was a huge hit and it threw off lots of interesting conversations and data to look at in 2015 but
was so interesting I thought it worth a deeper dive. In December we ran