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Engineers can do more to highlight modern alternatives to using animals as test dummies, says Mimi Bekhechi.
If ever the importance of industrial automation was in doubt, the Internet of Things - otherwise known as IoT, IPv6 or Industry 4.0 - is probably the clincher. From baking to lighting, we look at the benefits of letting devices communicate.
Apple’s first ‘phablet’ bends margins to the limit.
"This issue we honour a national hero, and the subject of Benedict Cumberbatch's latest film, codebreaker Alan Turing"
- Snooper's charter ‘dead and buried’ but police to get new Internet powers
- Complex cyber-spying malware uncovered by researchers
- Hackers access thousands of web cams as passwords weak
- Volcanic ash detector fitted to long-haul jet
- Hacking major threat to driverless vehicle adoption
- Scientists give LEDs a warm glow
- What to Specialise in Electronics Engineering?? [03:02 am 03/04/14]
- Britain to have just one remaining coal pit by the end of 2015 [01:11 am 03/04/14]
- LV Generator Star point earthing - UK [08:35 pm 02/04/14]
- East West Rail - the Oxford to Bedford route [07:33 pm 02/04/14]
- Small nuclear power [06:06 pm 02/04/14]
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