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Video Everywhere: What Happens When Projectors Get Really Cheap? Charles Byers
Video cameras have dropped in price by three orders of magnitude in the last couple of decades. What if video projectors followed a similar path? Where would we put those little, cheap projectors? How would massively parallel arrays of projectors be used? What sorts of new services could result?

At 90W, Power over Ethernet Hits the Sweet Spot Barry Manz
The 802.3bt standard lets devices consume more power, which makes it a compelling solution for smart buildings and cities.

Connecting to the Google Cloud IoT with the AVR-IoT WG Eval Board Greg Toth
The Microchip AC164160 AVR-IoT WG Evaluation Board allows you to prototype sensor applications using a secure-element cryptographic coprocessor and low-power microcontroller to securely connect to the Google Cloud IoT.

Integrating the STM32L4 Discovery Kit IoT Node with the Google Cloud Platform Using Wi-Fi Greg Toth
The STMicroelectronics STM32L4 Discovery Kit for IoT Node Discovery Kit is an Internet of Things (IoT) development kit that is ideal for prototyping sensor applications with wireless connectivity to the Google Cloud IoT.

Router Security Vulnerabilities Could Compromise the IoT Steven Keeping
Wi-Fi routers offer a cheap, convenient gateway to connect IoT sensors to the Cloud, but tests reveal the devices have weak security. As the IoT grows, they could prove even more enticing targets for hackers. New developments bring more protection, but other technologies could prove a better option.

Securing IoT Products from Unique Threats Sravani Bhattacharjee
IoT products are vulnerable to several attack vectors and are frequently hacked for the lack of adequate security measures. This blog discusses the unique challenges of securing IoT and presents a methodical 4-tier system design approach to predictably secure IoT products.

Connected-Home Tech Falls Short but the Future is Bright Steven Keeping
While smart-home devices are gaining traction, the truly connected home remains a dream. Engineers are working on interim solutions to meld disparate wireless technologies, with some success, but a single smart-home solution is far in the future.

Does Wi-Gig Have a Place in Wi-Fi’s Future? Barry Manz
Wi-Gig was created to make very-high-speed file transfers possible over a short distance, but Wi-Fi 6 (802.1ax) is coming and it will do that too, without the challenges presented by the use of millimeter wavelengths.

CES 2019: Defining a New Smarter Society For Us All Mouser Staff
The 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) brought together a mind-blowing myriad of different product innovations. With a projected 180,000 people and nearly 4,500 companies attending, there simply isn’t another tech-related event that competes with this in terms of either scale or diversity.

Ushering in the Promise of a New Generation Paul Golata
The next generation of mobile networks and wireless systems—5G—promises to provide connectivity solutions to change and improve lives.

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