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In our Africa special, we look at the technology that abounds on the continent of opportunity.
20 May 2013
We look at augmented reality for engineers.
16 April 2013
With a million Raspberry Pi computers sold in the first year, will this seed a new generation of top...
12 March 2013
Mt. Gox's demise rocked the bitcoin community, but, like San Francisco's occasional earthquakes, it was not entirely unexpected.
Security has become an even more major concern for the makers of processors and software for embedded systems in the rush to connect them to wireless network – and even the wider Internet. It is driving a rethink in the way devices are designed to prevent network-based attacks and attempts to reverse-engineer the firmware inside.
Samsung created a buzz at Mobile World Congress with an embedded biometric fingerprint scanner that lets users to pay online at the touch of a finger.
"There has been a lot of talk about the reported £30bn cost of the Sochi Games, so we go behind the scenes to find out where all that money has been spent"
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- Earthing of HV Generator Cables for Upgrade [07:04 am 12/03/14]
- What is the advantage and the disadvantage of pilot cable in power system protection? [11:26 pm 11/03/14]
- 125A 220VDC 4POLE CHANGEOVER SWITCH [04:27 pm 11/03/14]
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