We take wireless technology for granted, even though it is basically “magic.” And that perceived magic has led to myths and fallacies that need to be dispelled.
Despite its rich ecosystem and growing number of real-world implementations, misconceptions about RISC-V are keeping companies around the world from fully realizing its benefits.
This article attempts to unravel some of the misconceptions and mysteries surrounding the network known as LoRaWAN…or is it LoRa?
Many application-development myths emerge in the corporate IoT market due to issues of real-time data handling and delivery. This article looks to pop those myth balloons.
Greater system complexity means more areas are vulnerable to security breaches. This article examines the role hardware and software play in ensuring a secure computing platform.
Iris-recognition technology has been used in science-fiction films such as "Minority Report" and "Angels and Demons." As often happens with technology in the public “eye,” myths about it are likely to emerge.
Ossia’s Hatem Zeine says it’s time to debunk the misconceptions about wireless power and let it become a primary energy source.
In-memory data grids (IMDGs) can be quite handy for embedded developers, but a number of misconceptions swirl about the technology.
Internet of Things products must be able to take the heat, so to speak, and go through multiple test cycles, but the techniques used have developed some mythical traits.
This article looks to set the record straight regarding ambient light and proximity sensors, which can be effective for small-area measurements.