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Facebook Plans to Build Its Own Chips For Hardware Devices

Facebook Plans to Build Its Own Chips For Hardware Devices

April 19, 2018Wang Wei
A new job opening post on Facebook suggests that the social network is forming a team to build its own hardware chips, joining other tech...
Prison Inmates Built PCs from e-Waste and Connected Online Using Prison Network

Prison Inmates Built PCs from e-Waste and Connected Online Using Prison Network

April 12, 2017Swati Khandelwal
Can you imagine your world without the Internet? I know it's hard to imagine your life without the Internet, and the same was the c...
This Tiny Computer has no Battery, Powered Wirelessly from Radio Waves

This Tiny Computer has no Battery, Powered Wirelessly from Radio Waves

April 27, 2016Swati Khandelwal
No matter how smart and fast your devices would be, the biggest issue is always with the battery technology. Whenever you go to buy any...
Millions of IoT Devices Using Same Hard-Coded CRYPTO Keys

Millions of IoT Devices Using Same Hard-Coded CRYPTO Keys

November 27, 2015Swati Khandelwal
Millions of embedded devices, including home routers, modems, IP cameras, VoIP phones, are shareing the same hard-coded SSH (Secure She...
CHIP — The World's First $9 Computer

CHIP — The World's First $9 Computer

May 12, 2015Swati Khandelwal
Wait! What? A $9 computer? This is something magical. A Californian startup lead by Dave Rauchwerk is currently seeking crowdfunding...
Google $100 ChromeBit Turns Any TV Into a Computer

Google $100 ChromeBit Turns Any TV Into a Computer

March 31, 2015Swati Khandelwal
Imagine — reaching into your pocket — and pulling out a computer ! Google has made it possible to put your whole computer into your p...
Mouse-Box — An Entire Computer inside a Mouse

Mouse-Box — An Entire Computer inside a Mouse

January 23, 2015Swati Khandelwal
Smartphones in our pockets are exponentially smaller and more powerful that they don't realize the need to carry laptops with us everywh...
Intel launches Hardware-based Self-Encrypting Solid State Drives

Intel launches Hardware-based Self-Encrypting Solid State Drives

July 25, 2014Wang Wei
Data security is a big task for businesses as well as a challenge for IT leaders, whether it be securing networks or devices. Past few m...