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Podcast: Stacey and Kevin debate robots

  • Posted by admin on April 8, 2018

The Airthings Wave is a smart radon detector for €199.

 

Intel said it would sell its nine-year-old IoT acquisition Wind River to private equity firm TPG this week. We explain why, and offer some context on the deal. Driven by Spotify’s public listing, I suggest how it can improve its service for the IoT, and then Kevin and I debate what we’d like to see in robots. Kevin shares a smart radon detector.  I also offer a word of caution for those installing video doorbells and we answer a question from Zach about multiple users and the Google Home. Our guest this week is Elecia White who is the creator of the Embedded podcast and an embedded systems engineer. She has spent 20 years building software for devices that aren’t computers and has a lot of insights on how the internet of things is changing the role of such engineers and the tradeoffs one makes when building a connected product. Listen up.

 

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