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May 7, 2019 by Matt O'Brien And Rachel Lerman, The Associated Press

Tech titans declare AI ethics concerns

They’re taking special care to ensure that their use of artificial intelligence doesn’t spill over to the dark side.

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May 6, 2019 by Alex Mitchell, freelance writer and marketing manager @ VPNpro

Identifying the biggest IoT vulnerabilities

The fact that billions upon billions of devices are becoming connected to the IoT every day makes user security a serious issue on many levels

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May 1, 2019 by EMA Design Automation Inc.

5 Design Tips to Achieve High-Speed Design Success

The more complex a PCB design becomes, the higher the chances are of running into high-speed PCB design issues. Often, high-speed design problems will present themselves in specific ways that, to the untrained eye, may not be obvious to diagnose.

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April 30, 2019 by Aculon Inc.

Solving water damage to electronics

Here are some new ways to solve this multi-billion dollar issue facing electronic designers

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April 23, 2019 by Cliff Ortmeyer, global head of technology product marketing and solutions development, Newark

Tips for improving IoT design success

From wearable tech and home automation gadgets to intelligent industrial sensors, there are a number of design pitfalls awaiting the unwary design engineer

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April 23, 2019 by IHS Markit

5G Market set to boom – But clarity is needed

As global 5G capabilities expand, alignment of what 5G is, what end users should expect and how it should be measured will be critical to adoption – IHS Markit says

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April 17, 2019 by Anders Jansson, CTO at JonDeTech Sensors AB, a Swedish IR sensor manufacturer

How new sensor technology opens up for smarter presence detection

New sensor technology can bring about new and more efficient presence detection in, for example, the construction and real estate sector. The solution is a small, inexpensive, battery-powered and IoT-caged sensor that will also be able to be connected very

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April 9, 2019 by Stephen Law

Remembering Mitel’s impact on Canada’s electronics ecosystem

Marking its 40th anniversary this year, EP&T features this special column throughout 2019, providing readers with a peak at our past, while paying homage to our history

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April 2, 2019 by GaN Systems Inc., Ottawa

Trends impacting escalating demand for data and power

An explosion in data-intensive technologies such as IoT, AI, machine learning and blockchain will mean significant new pressures to meet escalating demand for more power

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April 1, 2019 by Christa Carey, engineering & design services manager, Protocase Inc.

How to design enclosures that protect against water & debris

Quite often at Protocase, we are asked about custom enclosures that can withstand environmental hazards. This inevitably brings up the issue of NEMA or IP standards, but sometimes there is confusion as to how these work. I’m writing this to

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March 25, 2019 by Stephen Law

Boreas Technologies targets disruption of haptics sector

Bromont Quebec-based firm set to strike in the haptics space, particularly after discovering there are limited manufacturers of drivers suitable for piezoelectric actuators in the global market

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March 19, 2019 by Piotr Polak is DC2 product manager, industrial communications connectivity solutions, Harting Inc. of North America

In search of the (much smaller) RJ45 successor

While the standard eight-contact RJ45 has plenty of run left – it’s a proven, cost-effective choice for many applications – it’s also butting up against practical limitations in plant and product design.