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Do Head-Up Displays Lead the Wrong Way to Safety?
In vehicles, head-up displays (HUDs) have been developed to reduce driver distraction and help drivers to keep their eyes on the street by displaying navigation information, road signs and other traffic relevant data at the windshield right in the driver?s field of sight; the goal of the technology ...
UC San Diego Researchers Amp Up Internet Speeds
Researchers at UC San Diego have blown through expected limits of data transmission on fiber optic cable, paving a new lane for faster Web surfing.
ZF Sets Course to Driver Assistance
Having just completed the takeover of TRW Automotive, mechatronics giant ZF Friedrichshafen, is now steering more seriously into the automotive electronics business. With the acquisition of a software developers team from Halla DAS Lab Europe (HDLE) GmbH, ZF grabs technology competence in the field ...
Nanogenerator Harvests Energy From Rolling Tires
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Madison, WI) have developed a nanogenerator that harvests friction energy from a vehicle''s rolling tires, promising a new way for automobile manufacturers to achieve more efficiency from their vehicles.
AWS Building Massive Data Center In India
AWS is planning to build a massive data center in India to help expand its cloud computing services to customers there and around the world.
UWAS: Playing Hide and Seek with Drones
The Paris Air Show (June 15-21) was rich in drone solutions, from warfare mean machines to consumer toys and everything in between for the professional user. Yet, the recurring unauthorized flights that have been reported in the French national press over sensitive sites (embassies, nuclear or other...
20% Discount for ESC Silicon Valley 2015 Using Secret Code
Max''s top-secret-squirrel code for the forthcoming ESC Silicon Valley 2015 will get 20% off All-Access, Conference, and Hardware Startup passes.
IBM-GlobalFoundries Deal Finalized
Following final approval by U.S. regulators, IBM closed the sale of its chip manufacturing operations to GlobalFoundries. IBM will pay $1.5 billion to the world?s second largest chip foundry.
Want a Free GPAK4 Mixed-Signal FPGA Development Kit From Silego?
25 GPAK4 mixed-signal FPGA development kits will be given by the folks at Silego to members of the EETimes.com and Embedded.com communities.
Speech Recognizer / Synthesizer Shield for Arduino & Other MCUsStories 1 - 10 of 2615
A Kickstarter project the just launched promises a rather interesting speech recognizer and synthesizer shield for use in hobby projects and embedded systems.