2019-11-11 - Junko Yoshida

Smartphones: How Did We Get Here?

In fall 1995 camera phones made their little-noted debut on the global stage. The combination was an unthinkable marriage of…

2019-11-08 - Lou Covey

Passwords: The Weak Link in Your IoT Network

Poland-based Cyberus Labs is doing something about the problem with passwords.

2019-11-07 - Luffy Liu, EETimes China

Innovation or Exploitation?

China abruptly banned the use of headbands to monitor school children in a classroom, after the Western media's coverage caused…

2019-11-06 - Junko Yoshida

Should a Smartphone Control Your Car?

Are consumer-grade handset designs safe enough to control mission-critical systems? Have we thought through all the potential boobytraps from using…

2019-10-30 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Blog: Is the AI Inference Processor Dead?

Ceva thinks devoting two processors to one workload is unsustainable.

2019-10-23 - Paul Tilghman

AI Could Be the Answer to the Spectrum Squeeze

There's need for yet more spectrum for 5G, but little left to re-allocate. The proposal is to drop exclusive spectrum…

2019-10-23 - Lou Covey

Blog: Is It Too Soon for ARM’s New Consortium?

Arm has announced the formation of the Autonomous Vehicle Computing Consortium (AVCC). This cooperation among companies is a good idea…

2019-10-18 - Junko Yoshida

Blog: Should Robo-Cars Take a Driving Test?

Humans drivers are expected to be mature enough to anticipate what might happen on the road next. What expectations should…

2019-10-15 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Can an AI Create Artwork?

Can artificial intelligence be creative, or make art?

2019-10-04 - David Benjamin

Blog: What About the Human Factor?

As the automotive industry rushes toward assisted driving and autonomous vehicles, it seems to be forgetting something kind of important.