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Hitting the Wall with Moore’s Law

Moore’s Law – which holds that the number of transistors in a dense integrated circuit roughly doubles every couple of years – held up for a good 25 years, but actually began slowing down a decade or so ago. It's now running up against the limits of physics.
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eFPGAs are coming of age

I noticed a recent article by Tim Saxe, “Embedded programmability finds sweet spot in IoT,” on EE Times, which discusses the role that FPGAs are playing with respect to embedded programming in IoT devices.
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Proving the case for arson by evaluating pacemaker data

There’s a news story from Ohio about how data from a cardiac pacemaker is being used to prosecute an arson case. After a suspicious fire in his home last fall, Ross Compton is now facing felony charges of aggravated arson and insurance fraud.
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