Hardware security and safety: semiconductor IC chips and VLSI systems

Hardware security and safety: semiconductor IC chips and VLSI systems

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Learn about Kobe University and their research into the design and evaluation of semiconductor IC chips and VLSI systems for better safety and security. The graduate school of Science, Technology and Innovation at Kobe University are currently looking at the design and evaluation of semiconductor IC chips and VLSI systems for better safety and security.
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Surface Pro X review: Gorgeous hardware marred by buggy software

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For years now, the Surface Pro has been the best Windows 2-in-1. It delivers a useful, familiar desktop environment for multitasking in a lightweight tablet body. But the line hasn’t changed much physically since the Pro 4. A serious redesign is beyond overdue, and thankfully Microsoft is ready to show us something new. Engadget Score POOR UNINSPIRING GOOD EXCELLENT
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How the Pixel 4 epitomizes Google’s hardware gamble

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Allow me to play Mr. Obvious for a moment: The Pixel 4 is a phone. That much is plainly apparent — right? Hang on, though, because there’s a twist: This week’s Google event, at which the Pixel 4 was officially launched, wasn’t really about phones. It wasn’t about laptops, either. At its core, it wasn’t
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Helping the Indian hardware ecosystem catch up with the best globally is the Intel India Maker Lab programme

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When it comes to software, there are plenty of names to go around in India but the progress China or Taiwan has made over a couple of decades in hardware innovations remains two steps ahead. In 2016, Intel started the Intel India Maker Lab programme to create a vibrant hardware-based innovation ecosystem in India, addressing
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Facebook is learning that hardware is hard

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One of the first adages I heard as a tech reporter is a three-word refrain uttered by anyone who’s ever sought to make something with atoms rather than bits: Hardware is hard. Make a mistake in software and you can push out a fix more or less immediately; make a mistake with hardware and the phones explode.
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THE GORGEOUS HARDWARE WE CAN’T TAKE OUR EYES AWAY FROM

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High resolution digital cameras are built into half of the devices we own (whether we want them or not), so why is it still so hard to find good pictures of all the incredible projects our readers are working on? In the recently concluded Beautiful Hardware Contest, we challenged you to take your project photography to
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Deadline extended one week: apply to Hardware Battlefield @ TC Shenzhen

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Whether you’re a time-crunched procrastinator or a last-minute decision-maker, we have great news for early-stage hardware startup founders! You get one more week to apply to compete in Hardware Battlefield at TC Shenzhen on November 11-12 in China. Did we just hear a collective sigh of relief? Take advantage of the reprieve and grab this opportunity for
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Vergecast: new hardware from Nintendo and Apple

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Nintendo announced a new Switch! This week on The Verge’s flagship podcast, The Vergecast, Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn, and Paul Miller discuss what’s different about the new model and how the company is updating the original one. But first, like most Vergecasts, there are more updates on Foxconn’s factory in Wisconsin — this time via a cryptic email. Continuing with the theme of
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Google Hardware quits the tablet business, again

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Google and tablets just don’t mix. The company tried over and over again to make Android tablets work, peaking with the 2013 Nexus 7 and ending with the Pixel C in 2015. After a three-year hiatus from the market, Google took a second swing at tablets with Chrome OS and the Pixel Slate. Four months later, we heard Google Hardware’s laptop
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Spotify Testing First Hardware, Car Smart Assistant

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To help people enjoy audio while driving, Swedish music streaming giant Spotify is testing its first hardware – a voice-controlled smart assistant for cars called “Car Thing” – in the US. “While we know there has been some speculation about our future plans, ‘Car Thing’ was developed to help us learn more about how people
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