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Blog Review – Monday, December 11, 2017

We find packaging issues ahead of the holidays; Life on the IoT edge; billions of connected devices – what does it even mean; taking nature’s lead in 3D printing

Blog Review – Monday, November 6, 2017

ANSYS gets hyper about Hyperloop development, Xilinx puts its mind to networks, Maxim supports factory automation and more from NXP, Mentor and ON Semiconductor

Blog Review – Monday, October 23, 2017

This week blogs look at health and AI, from remote care for the elderly to asthma inhalers using machine learning; plus sewer cleaning and multimedia SoCs

Blog Review – Monday, September 25, 2017

This week, there are some prophecies: What does the future hold for the IoT and for vehicle design? Why is 3D facial recognition a sound idea and why the world should be divided into 3x3mm pieces.

Blog Review – Tuesday, September 12, 2017

We have found ways to tune up the testbench from Cadence; a vision of smart cities from BDTI; the Crotian EV market; and ‘back to school’ means competition time!

Blog Review – Tuesday, August 29, 2017

We find trust issues for autonomous cars; Something old to wear; How to get design teams to talk; Cadence adds ARM to its library; and Explore RTOS with Mentor

Blog Review – Monday, August 14, 2017

This week, the blogsphere reveals how FPGAs adopt a MeerKAT stance; OML brings life to Industry 4.0; Wearable pairing boosts charging and rigid-flex PCB design tips

Blog Review – Monday, July 24, 2017

Let’s hear it for High Fidelity Gaming and it’s all about the IoT, with PCB schematic tips from Mentor and security from Maxim; Inside NI’s 5G test lab and hope for Parkinson’s Disease research

Blog Review – Monday, June 26, 2017

In this week’s review of the blogs: Hot on the heels of DAC, a review of the Austin event; Intel administers a dose of precision; Challenges for drivers; GPU or FPGA? and blockchain for the IoT

Blog Review – Monday, July 10, 2017

This week’s bloggers are kept busy with machine learning (Intel and Synopsys) as well as predicting the future for industry 4.0 (Dassault Systèmes), IoT and 5G (ARM and Hyper) and where Marty McFly went wrong (ANSYS)