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Internet of Things ― Security Concerns Rising

Apr 30, 2019

The Internet of Things (IoT) is getting on in the world. Home fridges have better communication skills than some people, and high-tech virtual home assistants can order your favorite sushi set for dinner, turn off the lights in the basement, start the car and purchase stacks of cookies. However, Internet of Things technologies have a…

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IoT Performance Testing – In Search for Weak Spots

Apr 11, 2019

No one is surprised to hear about smart cars, smart bulbs, smart loudspeakers, smart glasses, smart surveillance cameras, smart dog collars, smart kitchen appliances… They all are connected, they all are interdependent. As technologies in general and sensors in particular are becoming more available and the size of devices is getting smaller, with functionalities improving…

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Java Programming: Trends Your Vendor Should Follow

Mar 29, 2019

1995 was a busy year. Microsoft launched the long-awaited Windows 95. The unmanned Galileo spacecraft arrived at Jupiter. Pixar released Toy Story, the first ever animated film entirely generated on the computer. However, you wouldn’t be reading this article if developers from Sun Microsystems (which later merged with Oracle Corporation) didn’t introduce and deploy Java…

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Logistics of the Future — Digital Transformations of Supply Chains

Mar 22, 2019

Supply chains and logistics involve a lot of moving parts. Keeping track of these items and getting them securely and intact from point A to point B is an art form that often goes under the radar. Among the most frequently occurring challenges in the global supply chain is tracking where products are at any…

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Audio Multiroom — Technologies and Findings

Mar 13, 2019

You are enjoying your favorite rock band in the living room, your wife is solitarily listening to her R’n’B in the kitchen, while the kids are pretty comfortable in their bedrooms with the Disney radio. Yeah, that’s the kind of the future we wouldn’t mind.

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