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Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Industry News
Heartbleed can reach into areas not awared 4/15/2014
So far they have identified two dozen networking devices affected by Heartbleed. That list includes servers, routers, switches, phones and video cameras used by businesses everywhere.
3D printing coming from your neigbourhood Staples 4/15/2014
"3D printing offers enormous potential for small businesses, and by using Staples, they can print with the technology without having to invest in it,"
Autonomous driving technology advancing 4/15/2014
DEEVA will be equipped with a unique and extremely comprehensive set of sensors that provides a complete 3D representation of the vehicle's environment. To generate this representation, high amounts of data have to be processed at very high real-time requirements.
NASA Releases 1,000 Apps to Public 4/14/2014
Now NASA wants to make better use of its intellectual asset portfolio and is releasing a software catalogue with more than 1,000 applications that are available for free to the public.
Retail sales surge in March at fastest pace in 1 1/2 years 4/14/2014
The Commerce Department said Monday that seasonally adjusted retail sales increased 1.1% in March. Officials also revised February's figure up to a strong 0.7%, from an initially reported 0.3%.
Boeing Bringing 1,000 New Jobs to Southern California 4/11/2014
Boeing Co. announced it was adding over 1,000 new engineering positions in Long Beach and Seal Beach over the upcoming two years as part of the consolidation plan companywide to increase its efficiencies and meet the demand globally for new aircraft and related support.
Freescale Upgrades Small-Cell SoC 4/11/2014
Freescale Semiconductor debuted a next-generation SoC for multistandard wireless base stations.
BMW recalls 156,000 vehicles in US 4/11/2014
German luxury carmaker BMW will recall 156,000 vehicles in the US to check for defective bolts that could lead to engine damage.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 & 808 Chips Boost Network Capabilities 4/9/2014
Qualcomm has announced a pair of Snapdragon mobile processors designed to let one mobile device combine three LTE network connections to boost theoretical download speeds as high as 300 Mbit/s.
Chip Market Grew 5% in 2013 4/9/2014
Total worldwide semiconductor revenue reached $315 billion in 2013, up 5% from 2012.
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