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Try These STEM-Style ’Bot Kits for Kids Tommy Cummings
Here are four suggestions for a robotic kit that takes a STEM approach while offering new technologies such as artificial intelligence platforms, Wi-Fi, sensors, and more.

How IoT Developers Can Build Users' Trust M. Tim Jones
The Internet of Things could represent a technology that benefits us in enumerable ways or it could evolve into a dystopian future that we would fear. Here, we'll look at how IoT can be our worst fear and what IoT developers can do to build users' trust.

An Introduction to Nanoelectronics Liam Critchley
As components need to get smaller to accommodate consumer needs, manufacturers need a way of doing this. Nanoelectronics is the creation of electrical components using nanomaterials that can not only reduce the size of the device, but also provide the same, if not better, performance.

Small Yet Versatile Digilent Analog Discovery 2 Tool Tommy Cummings
The Analog Discovery 2 provides hours of technical enrichment to those who work with analog or digital circuits. For students, who are looking for programs that advance their knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, it’s a pocket-sized tool that performs several functions.

Connect EFR32xG22 to the Medium One Cloud Greg Toth
The Silicon Labs EFR32xG22 Wireless Gecko Starter Kit along with the cloud-based Medium One IoT Platform provide hardware, software, and cloud-based tools to create applications that collect, process, and visualize IoT data.

How a Distributor Makes Sense for Engineers Tommy Cummings
One big advantage for an engineer buying via a distributor: You don't have to navigate to dozens of manufacturers’ websites. A distributor's website offers a comprehensive selection of parts in stock or available for order.

Understanding How Quantum Technologies Can Work Liam Critchley
Quantum technologies are starting to be developed, and if realized to their full potential, will be able to outperform classical computing technologies in many ways. Here, we look at the theory behind how basic quantum technologies are starting to work and how certain functions will work in the future.

Using PMIC to Manage Power for SoCs Adam Kimmel
Optimizing the design of programmable PMIC SoC requires balancing design flexibility, system efficiency, cost, and time to market. We review one product type that illustrates this balance.

IndyCars Designed to Handle Harsh Environments Doug Brown
Each IndyCar race has its unique challenges, but harsh environment problems are present throughout the season. This is a look at some of the harsh environmental conditions teams must overcome to have a safe and successful race.

Connect SiLabs XBee3 LTE-M to Medium One IoT Cloud Greg Toth
The Silicon Labs XBee3 LTE-M Expansion Kit and EFM32 Giant Gecko GG11 Starter Kit along with the cloud-based Medium One IoT Platform provide hardware, software, and cloud-based tools to create applications that collect, process, and visualize IoT data sent through LTE-M cellular networks.

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