April 23, 2015

Mining sensor data, Part 3 (Capturing to a file)

In Creating a Data Logger embedded application using the Intelligent Sensing Framework (ISF 2.1), my colleague Dave Munsinger introduced the Intelligent […]
April 23, 2015

Performance and efficiency – a timeless quest with evolving requirements

Performance and efficiency are the central pillars that define the entire microprocessor business. The “Holy Grail” has always been to […]
April 21, 2015

How to build a better microwave oven using solid-state RF

Microwave ovens have used the same basic design for decades, but, as described in our new white paper, upgrading to […]
April 20, 2015

Is there hope for online security?

In my job as a communications director for NXP, I talk a lot about security. I attend conferences on cyber […]
April 16, 2015

It’s personal: deeper brand relationships with NFC and cloud – Part 2

Good for the consumer, good for the brand When physical products that don’t traditionally have built-in electronics, such as dresses […]
April 15, 2015

Bringing work home – building automation from the workplace is coming home

Here in the greater Chicago area, like elsewhere in the United States, many commercial buildings already have fairly advanced building-automation […]
April 14, 2015

Creating a Data Logger embedded application using the Intelligent Sensing Framework (ISF 2.1)

In his previous entries on mining sensor data, Mike Stanley has introduced the concepts of using raw sensor data to […]
April 14, 2015

Will IoT devices with Bluetooth mesh make the cut in home automation?

Last summer, the home-improvement giant, Lowe’s, took a poll. They asked more than 2,000 Americans how they felt about home […]
April 13, 2015

Technology and Government: Better together?

In many parts of the world technology has increasingly become an omnipresent and powerful part of a citizen’s life. It […]
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