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Education IT pros scramble to address Intel chip vulnerabilities

The flaws in Intel’s chip design affect more than 20 years of hardware. The shop appears in just about every computing device on the market and...

From Initial Design to Routine Checkups, Tidel is Committed to Quality

We don’t believe our commitment to our customers should end once our equipment is dropped off at their store. Just like any machine, Tidel...

LISTEN: Leaving An Imprint on the Fiber Optic Industry

This week on the Software and Electronics podcast, Mic Chaudoir, VP Sales and Marketing for Fiberguide, educates us on the revolution of Fiber Optics...
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Peter Thiel’s Massive Bet on Bitcoin

The investment fund of PayPal founder Peter Thiel reportedly invested up to $20 million into Bitcoin last year. Bitcoin, the world's most popular cryptocurrency,...

Blockchain technology hits the energy market

Energy startups are now moving beyond trials of using blockchain to power electricity and starting commercial projects. “What the internet did for communications, blockchain will...

WiFi vs. Industrial Wireless and Why You Should Care

Cutting the cord has become about much more than lowering the cable bill. Businesses are quickly realizing the benefits of utilizing high speed wireless...
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WATCH: Distributor Digi-Key Electronics plans to double capacity!

Digi-Key Electronics has announced plans to expand its Minnesota distribution center in a $300m extension. The sixth largest distributor in the world, Digi-Key processes...

New way to power electrical devices

A team of engineers have developed a new way to produce electrical power that can charge handheld devices or sensors that monitor anything from...

AR, VR & The World of Wearable Tech

On this episode of our Software and Electronics Podcast we're talking about wearables. Whether it be an Apple Watch, a Fitbit, or even a...
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New Magnetic Info Writing Technique May Help Computers Work Like Human Brains

Researchers have demonstrated a way to write any magnetic pattern onto nanowires, helping computers mimic human brains. Most current computer hardware rely on magnetic...