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Imagine a world where your table is your cookbook, prep station and stovetop all-in-one. Welcome to the world of smart cooking, coming to your home in the next 10 years: http://bit.ly/1NbUgvi
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The smartwatch on your wrist is helping you “connect” with your car more than ever: http://bit.ly/1OnFntC
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Flickr is changing the way we share and view photos with the help of virtual reality: http://bit.ly/1KnAQ8F
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Fitness wearables have become an integral part of our everyday lives, but is this just the beginning? http://bit.ly/1OKhF7x
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We’re nearing the end of the first month of the year, but it still feels like CES 2016 was just yesterday. Have you seen any of these 8 predicted tech trends already take off this year? http://bit.ly/1J4tSVB
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Today we're recognizing electrical engineer, Robert Metcalfe. He is known as the co-inventor of Ethernet, founder of 3Com and formulator of Metcalfe's Law. He was also awarded the IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal in 1988 and the IEEE Medal of Honor in 1996.
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This week we’re recognizing physicist Federico Faggin. He is widely known for designing the first commercial microprocessor, the Intel 4004. He also developed silicon gate technology, which replaced the aluminum control gates used in MOS transistors. Faggin later founded Zilog Corporation and co-designed its most famous product, the Z80 microprocessor. He received the IEEE W. Wallace McDowell Award (@IEEE Awards) in 1994 and was inducted into the National Inventor’s Hall of Fame for the co-invention of the microprocessor in 1996.
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Mildred Dresselhaus, an IEEE Life Fellow and IEEE Medal of Honor recipient, reminds us that engineering is about pushing boundaries.
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Cash may no longer rule everything around you thanks to these new forms of payment: http://bit.ly/1Nothhz
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Securing wireless networks drains valuable energy. A new algorithm focusing on “secure energy efficiency” ensures devices are protected while consuming the least amount of power so that security and performance don’t become tradeoffs. http://bit.ly/23GT77J via IEEE Xplore
Lowering power consumption while improving functionality is the new Holy Grail for consumer technology designers. This is especially true in areas like wireless devices where gadgets such as mobile phones and tablets continue to shrink in size, yet are expected to perform more and more functions. Being able to reduce battery drain is very important. …
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Did you know that it took 38 years for the radio to reach 50 million users? As technology adoption has become easier for users around the world, products have reached that number much faster. Radio's younger iteration, the iPod, only took 3 years to reach the same number of users!
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Which generation of iPod are we talking about? Radio is essentially a real-time "streaming" device, whereas originally iPod was a standalone music player that had no ability to receive signal. That didn't really come around until the iPod touch. I'm not sure you can compare the earliest generations of iPod to radio--they're closer to cassette tape players or vinyl record players.
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