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Blog Review – Dec 02

When everyone hits the shops, some bloggers want to see presents fall from the sky. This week there is also a sleek design project, new uses for SoCs, an Arduino project (with video) a hypervisor discussion and a summit review.

Blog Review – Monday, March 21 2016

Coffee breaks and C layers; Ideas for IoT security; Weather protection technology; Productivity boost; Shining a light on dark silicon

Blog Review – Monday, March 07, 2016

IP fingerprinting; Beware- 5G!; And the award goes to – encryption; Fear of FinFET; Smart kids; Virtual vs real hardware

Focus on France in Nuremberg

Although the venue was the German city of Nuremberg, there was a distinctive coterie of French companies at Embedded World, writes Caroline Hayes, senior editor.

ARM Development Tools for Cortex-M Family: ARM facilitates hardware/software co-design

Traditional EDA vendors are late in supporting one side of the electronics industry: software development. Although much is being said about system-level support and hardware/software co-design, the work has been left to companies like Altera, ARM®, Xilinx and others to develop software development tools.

ARM Innovations and the Maker Movement: An interview with Dominic Pajak, Embedded Strategist

ARM®’s Embedded Strategist Dominic Pajak talks about the latest innovations and why Makers are choosing ARM technology.

The Evolution of TrustZone in an Insecure World

A fourth stage in the evolution of TrustZone® is a new market for security hardened apps.

Smart ARM MCU Steps Up without Compromise

European semiconductor company STMicroelectronics has announced sampling of the world’s first ARM® Cortex®-M7 based 32-bit MCU, the STM32 F7 series.

Why ARM makes development tools: Interview with Hobson Bullman

ARM® keeps to the core, building fundamental tools for everything in its line-up

Smart Bluetooth, Sensors and Hackers Showcased at CES 2015

Internet of Things (IoT) devices ranged from Bluetooth gateways and smart sensors to intensive cloud-based data processors and hackathons – all powered by ARM.