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A Sale of Thirty-Two Bitties

My suggestion: Dump the uncompetitive x86 and commodity ARM plans and focus on GPGPU and high-performance computing.

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Build Your Own RTOS in 30 Minutes

Just from SynthOS website:
- "Interrupts are supported. System used forced cooperation for multitasking rather than pre-emption."
Then look at the figures for interrupt latency, context switch time, etc.
=> pretty slow compared to any other embedded RT…

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Managing Encryption

Does HCC Embedded's way of managing encryption strike the right balance between centralization and flexibility?

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EUV’s Second Source

What do you think about Adlyte's actinic inspection readiness? Are we good to go?

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Apple and Serious Security: NOT an Oxymoron

Ryan--

Spot-on #1: security is almost always a trade-off. Let's consider Apple Pay as it exists (as opposed to my concoction). Even though setting up Apple Pay is relatively easy, many people will never go through the steps to activate it. And others w…

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Move over Internet toaster: the wireless pan lid is here

Little pucks on the (glass) lids, regular on the induction hob sensors! Deadpan calls on whether things are pan-grilled rare, medium or well (but no promise of acidic or burnt smell when it's well done...maybe it's in the user preferences.) Will it promis…

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Are You an Android or a Robot?

Android without a display does not make much sense, nor does it work very well. You also need a network.
If your users won't be creating and downloading applications, maybe a generic Linux and window manager is a better choice. Don't be a sucker for the …

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I Brick Your Chip

I think this bricking is more than inconvenient, it is unethical and potentially dangerous. What if they brick devices in our weapons systems, or in our medical devices, or in some important control system?

FTDI should have some recourse, but this isn'…

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Analog wrist watch can call emergency numbers even without a phone

It's the world's first crash-only watch; it just wails loudly enough to wake the dead once the user becomes unaccountably cold. Or it has a punchdown tool, I can't decide which.

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