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High risk security vulnerability discovered in SAUTER CASE Suite building automation software

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

Exploitation of this vulnerability has the potential to allow unauthorised users to access sensitive information or configuration files, with the ability to impact availability of the affected application. Original Link

AppDynamics delivers Agents of Transformation Report, revealing the elite technologists advancing the digital economy

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

AppDynamics, a Cisco company, has released The Agents of Transformation Report, a global research study that reveals the urgent need for Agents of Transformation, a new breed of technologist, primed to drive innovation and enable companies to thrive in the face of rapid technological advancement. Original Link

Brazil’s presidential election could mean billions of tons of additional greenhouse gases

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

Policies leading to more destruction of the Amazon and Cerrado would have a huge impact on climate change. Original Link

Ericsson Takes Startup Approach With ‘Edge Gravity’

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

Newly named unit has built a global edge cloud platform that connects a core network to dozens of last-mile service provider networks and a unified software stack. Original Link

Mobile Broadband Is Main 5G Driver in India, Says Nokia

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

Nokia’s Indian head of marketing and corporate affairs hopes India will be in a position to launch 5G services in 2020. Original Link

Reference platform supports EV power systems

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

NXP Semiconductors is rolling out a new reference platform for EV traction motor inverters and two new battery cell controllers for battery monitoring and management. Original Link

Software enables edge computing

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

Startup Mimik released software that supports running cloud-like microservices on devices including end nodes in the internet of things. Original Link

Tearing into a Zigbee-based LED light

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

A Zigbee-enhanced LED light bulb yielded plenty of interesting design surprises, but didn’t give them up easily. Original Link

Analog ICs feature transmitter, regulator, controller

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

Maxim Integrated’s new building-block IC solutions for building automation, industrial, automotive, and portable applications prove analog is not dead! Original Link

AI leads top 10 IoT trends

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

New special purpose chips, more sophisticated and low-cost sensors, combined hardware and software for trust platforms plus deployment of new wireless technologies will emerge as some of the top strategic IoT technologies and trends over the next five years, according to Gartner. Original Link

Pipes: utility services and data structures

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

Colin continues the RTOS Revealed series with an in-depth comparative look at support for pipes in the Nucleus and Nucleus SE operating systems. Original Link

Flash 101: Types of NAND Flash

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

Continuing the Flash 101 series, this article examines the different types of NAND Flash based on their internal architecture or the way data is stored in the memory cells. Original Link

Code Hygiene Through Automation

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

Writing software in today’s age is becoming easier by the minute. You have courses all over the Internet that allow you to accumulate the skills needed for a career in software development. But while it may be easier than ever to learn how to develop, the complexity in software is increasing in developing automation and deployment. Most developers have an entire toolbox that they can open to solve most of their problems, and that toolbox contains a diverse set of tools that do not necessarily make for a homogenous development experience. Most development environments nowadays consist of a plethora of tooling, such as Sonar, Jira, CI tooling, like Jenkins or Concourse, other static analysis tools, security checks, license checks, etc. Some of those developers have made custom shell scripts to mitigate that heterogeneity, but in the end, that’s just a hack.

Atomist aims to provide a consistent development experience regarding anything that has to do with developer automation and the deployment of your software to one or more deployment targets (think Kubernetes or CloudFoundry). Our goal is to make the developer experience when it comes to automation and deployment as smooth as possible, resulting in happier developers. In this article, I’d like to zoom in on one of the development automation that people can use with Atomist to give you a better understanding of what you can achieve.

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How Does Your DevOps Measurement of Success Stack Up?

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

CloudBees teamed up with IDG to conduct a DevOps measurement survey to investigate how well organizations think they are doing with their DevOps journey. We spoke to 100 respondents consisting of IT executives, IT operations, engineering and shared services who are all involved with DevOps adoption in their organizations. These organizations represent a cross-section of small, medium and large businesses. The majority of our survey takers work in the technology, manufacturing, and financial services vertical industries throughout North America.

Our initial findings include:

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Python Thread Tutorial (Part 1)

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

A Python thread is like a process, and may even be a process, depending on the Python thread system. In fact, Python threads are sometimes called “lightweight” processes, because threads occupy much less memory, and take less time to create than do processes.

Threads allow applications to perform multiple tasks at once. Multi-threading is important in many applications.

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Gestalt-Driven UX: The Patterns That Drive Our World

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

It’s incredible to think where we’ve come in the last 30 years. We’ve digitized much of our daily lives, including our interactions with each other and the tangible world.

As such, we’ve had to evolve and adapt how we consume technology: touch, voice, sound…taste? We’re having to transact increasingly complex information with more things with less time. It truly is chaos! Or at least it would be if we didn’t apply gestalt psychology to our interactive experiences.

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28 Actions You Can Take to Manage Cloud Costs

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

With cloud becoming the new normal, and organizations moving toward digital business initiatives, the dynamics of IT have completely changed.

In order to stay competitive and keep up with multiple innovation initiatives running simultaneously, companies require immediate infrastructure availability—a tall order in traditional data centers, but practically instantaneous with public cloud.

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That Time I Deleted All My Meetings (On Purpose)

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

I have a hard time saying "no" to people at work. They’re super passionate about their projects and the passion is contagious. Plus, I want to be helpful. As a result, my calendar eventually gets so packed with meetings that the mere act of looking at it makes me feel overwhelmed AF.

The worst are the "zombie meetings" – the ones that no longer do anything other than destroy your productivity but continue to live because nobody has figured out how to kill them. (There’s a good chance any "weekly syncs" on your calendar are zombie meetings.)

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Java Exceptions Handling Interview Questions and Answers

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

In this article, we will discuss 21 important Java exception handling interview questions with the answers.

Before we get started, check out this  complete beginner-to-expert, in-depth exception handling tutorial in Java!

Let’s explore the following questions, which are likely to appear in technical interviews for Java developers regarding exceptions.

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Biochar boffins for Australian tour

November 14, 2018 in Biology, STEM News

Agricultural science to be the focus of international presentations. Original Link

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Glotels 2018 Special

November 14, 2018 in STEM News

The awards party was over but the night was just beginning for telecom chat’s pre-fab four. Original Link

Designing for EMI Testing: A Step-by-Step Guide

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Solve your EMI problems more efficiently with oscilloscope solutions

Download this free white paper and learn how to analyze EMI for more efficient R&D and  improved time-to-market.

Key take-aways:

  • Understand the basic steps involved in EMI testing
  • Learn to use probes to discover an inteference signal
  • Discover how to analyze the interference behavior using a digital oscilloscope

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Thailand Uses Blockchain-Supported Electronic Voting System in Primaries

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Thailand Blockchain Voting System

Thailand’s Democrat Party has become the first political party to use blockchain technology to elect its leaders in a primary election, which was held from November 1–9, 2018. In a live e-voting system, more than 120,000 party faithful cast their votes in a transparent way that saw former Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva winning his party nomination with 67,505 votes.

Party members were able to vote using two methods. The first method was through voting stations that utilized a Raspberry Pi-based system. Voters were also able to vote via a blockchain-based mobile app that asked voters to submit their photo ID.

The identification documents used to verify party members and the voting tallies were both encrypted and stored on the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS), a decentralized and distributed file system for storing large volumes of data. IPFS uses a peer-to-peer protocol where nodes store a collection of hashed files on a network.

For this election, the IPFS hashes were stored on the Zcoin blockchain, which acted as an “immutable database and provided auditability to the Thai Election Commission and the Democrat Party candidates.”

“I am very proud that Zcoin played a role in making Thailand’s first large-scale e-vote, a reality, which saw greater voter participation and transparency,” Poramin Insom, founder & lead developer of Zcoin, noted in a public statement.

To keep the voting data and documents safe, the encryption keys were split using the Shamir’s Secret Sharing Scheme, which works similarly to a multi-sig key used for crypto wallets. With a multi-sig key, multiple private keys are required to access the funds.

With the Shamir Scheme, multiple custodians are required to decrypt the voting data. At the recently concluded primary election, five individuals were needed to decrypt the voting data; representatives of each candidate, an official from the Thai Election Commission and a representative from the Democrat Party.

“I believe we’ve achieved a huge milestone in our country’s political history and hope that other political parties or even the government, not just in Thailand but the region, can look to using blockchain technology in enabling large-scale e-voting or polling,” Insom stated.

Earlier this month, West Virginia ran a blockchain trial in the federal general election for military and other Americans living abroad. The state used the mobile app developed by blockchain startup Voatz to verify voters’ identities using facial recognition technology by comparing it to other photo ID that might have been uploaded on it during voter’s registration. Swiss city Zug ran a similar trial using a different app from uPort, which issued digital identities to residents who cast their votes using their smartphones.

Blockchain voting has its skeptics; however, a report from the Brookings Institution think tank, sees blockchain voting as a “beneficial tool for the election commission to maintain transparency in the electoral process, minimize the cost of conducting elections, streamline the process of counting votes and ensure that all votes are counted.”

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

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United Nations considers a test ban on evolution-warping gene drives

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Debate over a new idea for stopping malaria is pitting some environmental groups against Bill Gates. Original Link

Bitfury Acquires Minority Stake in Final Frontier, Aims To Expand Services

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

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The Bitfury Group has acquired a minority stake in blockchain services firm Final Frontier. Both organizations are looking to utilize each other’s knowledge and experience in the traditional and digital finance spaces to potentially release a new line of financial products and services designed to assist professional investors in getting their hands on digital assets.

“Our mission is to be the bridge for institutions from traditional finance to enter this innovative asset class,” said Final Frontier co-founder Imraan Moola in a public statement. “Bitfury’s technological expertise, combined with our financial markets know-how and track record will allow us to create unique and differentiated financial products and solutions to service our sophisticated investor base.”

Bitfury is a full-service blockchain technology company that started out with a focus on cryptocurrency mining. Among the company’s latest hardware releases are semiconductor chips and mobile data centers.

Bitfury is also the developer behind other blockchain projects including Exonum, a private blockchain framework; Crystal Blockchain, an advanced analytics platform; and LightningPeach, an open-source Lightning Nnetwork project.

Based out of Switzerland’s renowned Crypto Valley, Final Frontier is a cryptocurrency and blockchain investment firm. Among the venture’s main goals are helping professional traders and investors enter the crypto space.

Bitfury CEO Valery Vavilov states, “This is a ground-breaking partnership between a blockchain technology firm and an experienced team from traditional finance. With the blockchain space institutionalizing, we consider it an important step forward for the entire ecosystem and for our own mission to be the world’s leading full-service blockchain company.”

News of the partnership comes only days after Bitfury closed a Series C, $80 million funding round led by Korelya Capital. Funds will be used to further develop the company’s exploration of emerging technology and boost its software and hardware equipment. Its partnership with Final Frontier raises questions about whether Bitfury may be trying to expand its reach into investment services.  

Bitcoin Magazine reached out to Bitfury for comment. The company said that it was unable to “provide more details at this time,” but it was “looking forward to sharing more details in the future.”

Final Frontier also did not respond to our request for comment.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

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Ripple Files to Move Securities Lawsuit from State to Federal Court

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

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Ripple’s legal team in their ongoing securities suit is attempting a new tack: to have the claim proceed at the federal level.

In a move that legal commentator Jake Chervinsky described as “seriously crafty,” Ripple has filed a formal notice-of-removal motion to have their most recent securities suit, Zakinov et al v. Ripple, tried in a federal court rather than at the state level.  

In the notice of removal, the defendants, which include Ripple and its CEO Brad Garlinghouse, among others, request that the court “remove the … civil action, and all claims and causes of action therein, from the Superior Court of the State of California, County of San Mateo, to the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.”

The class action is a consolidation of three separate suits filed by Vladi Zakinov, David Oconer and Avner Greenwald “on behalf of all California citizens who purchased or otherwise acquired XRP from January 1, 2013 to the present.” It claims that since Ripple has failed to register with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), XRP has been sold as an unregistered security, and the combined class action is seeking nearly $17 million in damages.

Swamped with legal troubles, Ripple has sustained several legal challenges to their sale of XRP tokens, with many alleging that these token sales constitute securities fraud. Although Ripple has yet to face any serious consequences as a result of these battles, facing three securities suits in a single year could prove to be a serious strain on Ripple’s resources.

This latest attempt to plead their case at the federal level may set vital precedent, if successful. A federal clarification on the interaction of securities laws and token sales could shut down future cases before they even begin.

This appears to be the pretext for attempting to move this suit to a different court system, at least. As Chervinsky went on to elaborate, a suit argued on Ripple’s behalf in the state of California could also serve as a precedent to stop the tide of frivolous securities lawsuits levied at Ripple.

At this early stage in the fight, Ripple’s legal team could also believe “they have better odds of winning in federal court than in state court (or else they wouldn’t be trying so hard to remove the case),” Chervinsky continued.

To be clear, the notice of removal still needs to be approved by the Superior Court of the State of California, County of San Mateo, before it is bumped up to the federal circuit. Following the notice, the plaintiffs submitted a filing to request that the case persist at the state level.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

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Colt’s Voltolini on Service Automation

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Mirko Voltolini, global head of Network on Demand at Colt, talks about how the operator has automated the service delivery aspect of its Ethernet services but is still working on the significant challenge of automating the service assurance lifecycle. Original Link

5G & the Factory of the Future

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

What’s latency got to do with it? Quite a bit actually… Original Link

Bitmain Sues Anonymous Hacker Over $5.5 Million Theft

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Bitmain Sues Anonymous Hacker Over $5.5 Million Theft

Chinese mining giant Bitmain is suing an anonymous hacker that allegedly stole $5.5 million in cryptocurrency last April from the company’s account on the digital exchange Binance.

The hacker’s identity is still unknown, and he’s described only as “John Doe” in official court documents, which were filed in accordance with the lawsuit on November 7, 2018, with the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington in Seattle. The documents state that the hacker managed to take over the company’s Binance account, then use bitcoin stored in the account to purchase ether tokens. These tokens were utilized to buy and manipulate the price of an altcoin known as MANA coin (MANA).

John Doe then transferred the MANA into a separate Binance account they controlled. The documents explain, “Upon further information and belief, John Doe took his/her market manipulating and theft scam a step further by essentially reversing the same orchestrated trades between Bitmain’s wallet and John Doe’s wallet using a deflated MANA price. While accessing Bitmain’s digital wallet without authority, John Doe placed an order to sell MANA out of Bitmain’s digital wallet at a deflated price. At the same time, John Doe placed a purchase order for MANA at that deflated price from John Doe’s Binance wallet.”

They continue to say, “Binance’s automated system matched the deflated MANA sell order with the deflated MANA purchase order and executed the trade, and John Doe obtained significant gains at the expense of Bitmain. As a result, John Doe benefitted twice from transferring MANA into and out of Bitmain’s digital wallet.”

Once these steps were completed, the court filing reports that the hacker transferred all the crypto funds from the theft into a wallet on Bittrex, a competing digital asset exchange. John Doe then cashed in on the profits and disappeared.

The documents say the hacker willingly and knowingly accessed a protected computer without appropriate permission with the intention of defrauding Bitmain.

“By means of such conduct, John Doe furthered the intended fraud and obtained things of value, specifically bitcoin and other digital assets, causing a loss to Bitmain exceeding $5,500,000,” the filing states.

Specifically, the documents assert that the defendant’s actions are a violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA), and that Bitmain is entitled to specific damages under the Act’s provisions.

It was reported last month that losses incurred by hacks on digital exchanges during the first nine months of 2018 exceed the total losses of 2017 by roughly 250 percent and that approximately $950 million has been stolen this year.

To view the court filing in full, click here.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

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BT to Put 5G at 1,500 Sites in 2019, Beating Vodafone

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Mobile subsidiary EE plans to launch 5G services across 16 major UK cities next year, promising devices from ‘multiple smartphone partners’ as well as a home broadband service. Original Link

freenode #live 2018 – Doc Searls and Simon Phipps – In Conversation

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Please support Linux Journal by subscribing or becoming a patron.

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Top 5 Spring Boot Features Java Developers Should Know

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

You might have heard about Spring Boot and it’s magical powers that can create a Spring Web application in just under 140 characters, but what does that really mean? What are these features that provide Spring Boot with so much power and can make Spring application development so easy? Well, that’s what you will learn in this article. We are going to talk about Spring Boot’s auto-configuration, starter dependencies, Spring Boot CLI, and Actuator and Spring Initializer features in greater detail. These are the features that take away most of the pain and friction associated with writing Spring-based Java web applications.

But before going into the details, let’s revisit problems associated with Spring-based Java development. I personally like to see the problem first and get a feel for it before I can enjoy the solution. Remember: comfort only feels better after hard work. It is the same for meals; you enjoy more when you are hungry.

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Amazon Selects NYC & Northern Virginia for New HQ

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Will invest $5 billion and create more than 50,000 jobs across the two new headquarters, as well as expanding into Nashville for more than 5,000 jobs. Original Link

Bash aka The Solution for Everything — The ”Special Files”

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

In bash, the shell reads one or more startup files. Here’s the details about what’s what and which is run when.

  1. /etc/profile is executed automatically at login.
  2. The file from the list of ~/.bash_profile, ~/.bash_login, or ~/.profile are then executed at login.
  3. ~/.bashrc is executed by every non-login shell, but if sh is used to invoke bash it reads the $ENV for POSIX compatability.

For reference, the ~ symbol is used in place of the user directory. One way to check this out yourself is to change directory to ~ with a cd ~ in the shell, then type pwd which will give the current directory. You’ll find that it is something like /Users/adron where instead of my name it’d be your user name.

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To capture the extent of California’s wildfires, you need to see them from space

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

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OKEx Adds Support for the Vietnamese Dong on Its Fiat-to-Crypto Platform

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

OKEx Adds Support for the Vietnamese Dong on Its Fiat-to-Crypto Platform

Malta-based cryptocurrency exchange OKEx has added the Vietnamese Dong (VND) on its Customer-to-Customer (C2C) trading system, enabling Vietnamese customers to exchange their fiat currency for tokens on the platform.

The C2C platform was created by OKEx in 2017 as a peer-to-peer platform where users can buy and sell cryptocurrencies using fiat currencies. OKEx’s Head of Operations Andy Cheung noted that the addition of the VND on the company’s fiat-to-token platform would drive the adoption of cryptocurrencies in Vietnam.

“Vietnam is one of the most important blockchain hubs in Southeast Asia. We see a significant growth in the use of cryptocurrencies in this market,” Cheung added.

Trades made on the C2C platforms won’t incur any transaction fees, according to the release. The exchange also plans to introduce market makers (merchants) in the future.

Merchants are verified traders who have enough reserves to facilitate transactions on the platform. The digital asset platform requires a security deposit from qualified merchants before they can be accepted on the platform.

According to the company’s website:

“Market makers help serve a larger number of crypto enthusiasts and hence support a high trading volume. OKEx examines every merchant on the C2C platform. Every merchant on the platform needs to declare their digital assets which must exceed OKEx’s internal requirements to get qualified and to trade.”

OKEx, which recently dislodged Binance as the largest crypto exchange by trade volume, added four stablecoins to the list of assets available for trading on its token-to-token platform in October 2018. The exchange also announced its expansion to the U.S., having secured money transmittal licenses (MTLs) from 20 states across the U.S., excluding New York and Washington, D.C.

This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

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Managing Persisted State for Oracle JET Web Component Variable With Writeback Property

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Starting from JET 6.0.0, Composite Components (CCA) are renamed to be Web Components (I like this new name more, it sounds more simple to me). In today’s post, I will talk about Web Component writeback property and importance of it.

All variables (observable or not) defined inside Web Component will be reset when navigating away and navigating back to the module where Web Component is included. This means you can’t store any values inside Web Component, because these values will be lost during navigation. Each time when we navigate back to module, all Web Components used inside that model will be reloaded, this means JS script for Web Component will be reloaded and variables will be re-executed loosing previous values. This behaviour is specific to Web Component only, values for variables created in the owning module will not be reset.

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CNN Sues Trump Administration

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

News outlet demands return of White House credentials to CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta. Original Link

Running a Status Iglu Repository on AWS S3

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

While setting up a Snowplow analytics system, I have to setup a private Iglu repository. The main idea behind this is described on Iglu’s GitHub page. That manual missed several steps that are really important for building an Iglu repository on an AWS infrastructure. I had spent a lot of time trying to figureout those step. So here they are:

  1. You should upload data to S3 in the layout that is described here: https://github.com/snowplow/iglu/wiki/Static-repo
  2. Enable an S3 bucket as a static hosting solution. It can be from the Properties menu of the S3 bucket.
  3. Amend the policy of the S3 bucket to allow for public access. It is located in tbe Permission section within the Bucket Policy submenu.
  4. { "Version": "2012-10-17", "Statement": [ { "Sid": "PublicReadGetObject", "Effect": "Allow", "Principal": "*", "Action": "s3:GetObject", "Resource": "arn:aws:s3:::bucket-name/*" } ]
    }
  5. Create a CORS policy. It is also located in the Permission section in the submenu of the CORS configuration section.

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Network Visibility & Data Veracity – the Keys to Operational Simplicity

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Operators need an accurate, up-to-date network and service topology view in order to determine the ‘Eulerian path’ of service configuration and implementation. Original Link

These awful AI song lyrics show us how hard language is for machines

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

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Dish Awarded $90M in Video Piracy Case

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

SetTV ordered to stop retransmitting Dish’s satellite or OTT TV feeds, hand over SetTV-branded set-top boxes. Original Link

Taking Your Company Private?

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

[Recently Elon Musk (Tesla CEO) talked about taking his company private. Read how a Zone Leader recalls a situation where a publicly traded company considered going private in an effort to avoid SOx compliance.]

In early August, Tesla CEO Elon Musk indicated he had secured the financial means to take his company from a public traded company to a private corporation. This was around the stock price had plummeted from just under $371 a share down to right above $290 a share a week earlier. Certainly, the memories of the yearly low price of $252.48 were still on his mind as well — not to mention some unfavorable press releases regarding their underlying technology.

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Java Is Still Free!

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

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Mobile Sensor Platform Makes Cities Smarter & Safer

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

TruWITNESS offers real-time situational awareness for security and public safety operations. Original Link

China may have developed a quantum radar that can spot stealth planes

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

A defence firm has unveiled a prototype quantum radar. If it works, it could use entangled protons to locate stealth aircraft that normally avoid detection Original Link

What Lurks Around The Bend In 2019?

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Analog Devices’ Brendan O’Dowd expounds his expectations in development and deployment for the coming year. Original Link

AC-LVDT Signal Conditioner Is Tamper Proof

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Advanced LVDT signal conditioner handles power-generation applications. Original Link

Terminal Resistors Crank Up Power Options

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

Wide terminal resistors feature reverse geometry for improved power rating and shock resistance. Original Link

Dual-Channel 4A Gate Driver Packs Protection

November 13, 2018 in STEM News

STGAP2DM gate driver integrates galvanic isolation and protection features. Original Link