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Discover more about the BYOD phenomenon and what does it mean to you.
The BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) phenomenon is reshaping the way IT is purchased, managed, delivered, and secured.
But you may be wondering exactly what BYOD means to you. Ok... let's have a look: http://bit.ly/IYZU7d
With the cost of attending a four-year college easily inching into the six figures these days, you might be tempted to dip into your retirement savings to help cover your child's education.
Vaccines are the most effective way to prevent infection. But myths about their safety and efficacy still abound, according to the cohosts of the hit television show The Doctors. Here, why you shouldn’t skip your flu vaccine.
GeekTool lets you create a live, custom desktop on Mac OS X using a variety of widgets & scripts. This is a detailed introductory guide to the tool.
http://www.ihealthtube.com Cancer researcher Ty Bollinger talks about the dangers of sugar when it comes to cancer. He also discusses the role sugar plays in...
At Semicon Japan a few days ago, Subi Kengeri of GlobalFoundries delivered the keynote.
Analog IC designers are gradually adopting what digital IC designers have been doing for years, metric driven verification. Historically when you talk with analog designers about their methodology and approach, you hear terms like artisan being used.
Fab construction projects boom in 2013 but slow in 2014 By Christian Gregor Dieseldorff, SEMI Industry Research & Statistics Group (December 3, 2013) SEMI’s World Fab Forecast report, published in November, predicts that fab equipment spending...
We don't always post additions to our "WTF of the week" series each week but when we do, they're doozies. This week, we really have something special for you. Speaking with Fox Business on Varney &...
Sure, we've been told that ubiquitous computing is just over the horizon for decades--at least since the days of The Jetsons. But over the past 12 months, the Internet of Things has come of age, from smart fire alarms to app-controlled door locks.
One things for sure, they won't see these gifts coming.
Flat wages and slow housing construction are a bad combination for renters.
We'd like to take a break on presentation techniques and share with our viewers a slideshow featuring leadership lessons from former South African President Nel
If your team's lost its fighting spirit you need to identify where it's gone--and know how to get it back.
Geophysicists have already deployed a new fleet of sensors on the U.S west coast in the hopes of getting advanced warnings—even a few extra seconds—during a natural disaster.
With Viber Out, the messaging app while gets in direct competition with Skype, it hopes to snatch users from other players like LINE and WeChat too in SEA
In today’s electronic age, everything is on the Web, posing greater threat to security. Have a look at some must-know security tips for developers.
The historic growth could make 2013 the first year in more than a decade in which the U.S. installs more solar capacity than Germany.
Ballard Power Systems will be supplying ElectraGen™-ME fuel cell systems for a pilot project in Idea Cellular's India telecom network.
We agree now that FD-SOI technology is Faster, Cooler, Simpler. But can it also be a cheaper technology? Let start with an overview of the current estimation of the development cost for complex SoC on advanced technology nodes.
As power has become one of the most important criteria in semiconductor design today, I was wondering whether there is a standard set for the power verification for an overall chip.