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The Spyce of Life, Robotically

There's a new restaurant in Boston where the food is prepared by robots. (We're not obsolete yet: humans add the finishing touches!)
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See Spot run!

I’m a dog person. I was going to say that I’m also a robot person, but that would sound like I’m saying I’m a robot. So not true!...Because of these dual interests, I was of course interested in the news that Boston Dynamics’ robotic dog will become commercially available next year.
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Keeping Cool with the Embr Wave

I’m always on the lookout for novel and interesting gadgets, so I was happy when a friend in Boston pointed the Wave from Embr Labs my way. The Wave is a wearable, a device you wear on your wrist – remember your wrist? That part at the end of your arm where you used to wear […]
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Embedded Computing for High Performance: Power & Energy Consumption

Earlier posts in this series on "Embedded Computing for High Performance" focused on target architectures and multiprocessor and multicore architectures; core-based architectural enhancement and hardware accelerators; and performance. In this installment, we cover power and energy consumption.
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