Sunday 18th of February 2018    

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  • Routing and data diffusion in VANETs -- Routing mechanisms
    In creating vehicular ad hoc networks, designers need to use robust routing mechanisms capable of maintaining wireless connectivity among vehicles traveling at different speeds.

  • Service looks to enhance IoT chip security
    The recent Meltdown and Spectre problems have highlighted the vulnerability of computer chips to hacking that can, at least, be addressed through software patches.

  • Earbuds move beyond music
    Earbuds are not widely esteemed as a hotbed for new technology development. But while few people were watching, these little audio gadgets have undergone a remarkable evolution.

  • We Become What We Behold
    In this first column of 2018, the publisher of ASPENCORE reflects on our journey the last three years and glimpses ASPENCORE's future.

  • Unifying cross-platform UIs
    Developers who fail to efficiently navigate the many obstacles encountered in cross-platform development will find themselves retracing their steps and delaying time to market.

  • IP vendor eyes self-generating chip IDs
    eMemory Technology, the world's seventh-largest IP vendor, expects its physically unclonable function (PUF) technology to continue the company's strong growth as security issues in the semiconductor industry become a higher priority.

  • Software turns scope into EMI precompliance tester
    Many engineers don't give EMI/EMC a thought until they to bring their product to a lab, only to find that the product failed emissions tests. IoT products developed by small or startup companies often fall victim to EMI requirements.

  • High-performance embedded computing -- Power and energy consumption
    Because controlling power dissipation is critical in most embedded systems, developers need to be aware of factors that can impact power consumption and techniques such as dynamic techniques that can reduce it.




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