Trending in Tech

January 2019

January 2019: 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 Apple, AMD, CES, and more.

Will Apple SoCs obsolete x86 CPUs?

EDN

See how Apple’s new SoCs could replace x86 CPUs that we have all come to grow used to.

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IIoT edge development = implementing HTTP connectivity   

Embedded

As apart of a larger internet application development tutorial, this section uses the HTTP protocol to send data from a DHT-12 temperature and humidity sensor to a receiver using a Raspberry Pi. 

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CES Unveiled: Good, Bread and Unexpected

EETimes

See how CES showcases how consumer electronics will be moving from the “connected age” into the “data age” and much more.

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Monte Carlo gone wrong  

EDN

The way engineers perform Monte Carlo analysis and assess the results is likely incorrect.  See various ways to adjust the way you use it here.

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Will headless Intel Woo AMD’s Lisa Su?

EETimes

Although it is just a rumor picked up at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, Intel Corp. is pondering the acquisition of AMD.  Read more about it here.

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ON Semi 

 

Recent evolution in the USB specification bring new capabilities and higher performance. With these enhancements also come new design considerations. See how ON Semiconductor family of FUSB30x controllers can speed up your design cycle. 

 

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