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Paul Michelman is editor in chief of MIT Sloan Management Review. He tweets @pmichelman on Twitter. During the third season of HBO’s brilliant series The Sopranos, Carmela Soprano, played by Edie...

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Sequans Communications S.A. and Japan Radio Company, Ltd. (JRC) have developed a high-powered prototype CPE based on Sequans LTE Cat 6 chip technology that is being prepared for public safety. The CPE...

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LTE-advanced with enhanced connectivity performance including carrier aggregation, MIMO and 64 QAM Telit data cards are uniquely designed for high-end commercial use and applications in enterprise...

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If you’re a high school student and would appreciate a vending machine in class, what’s to be done? Most of the time the answer is “not much,” but Tustin High T-Tech students were able to get...

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The computer age has brought with it many new challenges and trials. With cutting edge new technologies it is inevitable that we would get it wrong sometimes, and it is important to learn from those mistakes....

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Texas Instruments (TI) has introduced the industry’s smallest operational amplifier (op amp) and low-power comparators at 0.64 mm2. Being the first amplifiers in the compact X2SON package, the new TLV9061...

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Robots may work in teams, but their personalities can be like chalk and cheese, says Internet of Things (IoT) writer and observer, Nick Booth. Take the Scandinavian robotic cops that are cleaning up...

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There’s no doubt that AI has usurped big data as the enterprise technology industry’s favorite new buzzword. After all, it’s on Gartner’s 2017 Hype Cycle for emerging technologies, for a...

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In case you haven’t noticed, our team has just released Arduino IDE 1.8.5! This time the changelog is fairly small, as it mainly solves a (rather important) problem being encountered by macOS users...