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Gene Frantz on the IoT: Now it’s the cloud’s turn

I recently came across series of blog posts by Gene Frantz, devoted to the IoT. Since coming across these posts, I’ve done a summary of Gene’s definition of the IoT, and a second post on his three-part discussion on aggregators, one of three IoT components he writes about (the others are the cloud and smart […]
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Gazing into the crystal ball for 2019

It’s always good to start off the new year by looking into the crystal ball and trying to figure out what’s going to happen moving forward. Here, I’m looking into the crystal ball via a report that the folks at ARM have recently published. Their 2019 Technology Survey & Predictions: Yes to More Tech, Yes […]
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Looking for breakthroughs in the fight against neurodegenerative disorders

There was a recent article in the EE Times on some research funding that’s been awarded to a team Belgian researchers who are developing “a new chip to study the mechanisms of Parkinson’s disease.” The funding comes from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, which runs – among other efforts – the Neurodegeneration Challenge Network, a program […]
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Tech Toy shopping? Here are a few ideas.

This time of year, I like to take a look at the best tech toys out there. Kelly Hodgkins had an interesting list on Digital Trends, which I keyed off of here. Happy shopping!
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