Trending in Tech

November 2018

November 2018: Trending in Tech is your source to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and news in the electronics industry. In our latest issue, we look at Intel, Blockchain & Beer, and stereo camera sensing.

Samsung Ramps 7nm EUV Chips

EE Times

“The race is on to get the first chip made with extreme ultraviolet lithography out the door.  Samsung said that it has taped out and is ramping multiple 7nm chips using EUV…”

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Solar cells power espresso maker   


Take your location-neutral internet café on the road and fuel your travels with espresso powered by the sun.  Learn how to build this rig yourself.

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How to pull a Banksy and build an in-frame picture shredder 


Banksy, a well-known (and still anonymous) artist, built an art frame that partially shred his own artwork immediately following a winning bid of $1.3M U.S. dollars. See how he might have done it…

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NovuMind’s AI Chip Sparks Controversy   


NovuMind, a Santa Clara, California-based startup claims their NovuTensor chip from GlobalFoundaries outperforms Nvidia’s Xavier chip in both throughput and latency…

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Why vehicle security may require a different approach 


With more than 152 million vehicles connected to the internet by 2020, its no surprise that electronics control units are easy targets for attackers. As cars become more connected, this trend will continue to grow…

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Critical Launch Abort Systems 




Soon after the launch of the Soyuz MS-10 spacecraft, there was a problem with the booster, resulting in a ballistic landing and a safe return of both astronauts to Earth.  

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