Day: May 18, 2019

ARM SHOWCASES LATEST IOT TEST CHIP MUSCA-S1 FOR SECURE IOT DEVICE DESIGNING

ARM’s Musca-S1 test chip demonstrates a new choice in SoC design for IoT solutions At the Samsung Foundry Forum, Arm, in a joint effort with Samsung Foundry, Cadence, and Sondrel, showed the first 28nm fully-depleted silicon-on-insulator (FD-SOI) embedded MagnetoResistive Random Access Memory (eMRAM) IoT test chip and advancement board. The Musca-S1 is intended to offer […]

THE IT GAME OF THRONES

Within the last century, what we consider to be a part of work management hasn’t changed, but the tools and technologies we use to manage work have drastically changed. The rollout of siloed tools within the last decade has resulted in a significant struggle for power — but now, there is a golden opportunity for […]

LABOR MANAGEMENT BY ALGORITHMS: YOU’RE FIRED

The Big Data capacity that has fueled companies like Amazon and Uber has also transformed what it means to work for a big company. These firms increasingly are relying on algorithms to assign tasks and evaluate work, but some workers complain that arbitrary employment decisions are likewise made based on these complex formulas. Amazon is the most recent […]

PASSWORD LOG-INS ARE UNDER FIRE

The world moved a step closer this week to killing off a much maligned element of digital life, the password. Windows Hello, the Windows 10 biometric authentication system, was certified by FIDO2, the global computer security standard. FIDO2 allows users to log on to websites and devices using a security key, rather than a password with its long, […]

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