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A friend of mine recently bought himself a Tesla X and I have to say it’s a great looking vehicle and I had to agree with him that the performance figures are impressive and... More
Sep 12, 2017 By Paul Whytock
There has been a spate of news recently about how today’s electronically sophisticated cars are vulnerable to hacking and a recent story that Chinese researchers posing as... More
Aug 31, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Irresponsible droners could be forced to license their machines or be grounded by software that makes their drone inoperable. Electroblog in the past has written about the real... More
Aug 23, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Autumn sees the launch of our fantastic new website, electromaker.io, with many prizes on offer! We are launching this exciting new resource in November which will enable makers... More
Aug 22, 2017 By Nigel Seymour
Some of you film buffs out there may remember Laurence Olivier asking Dustin Hoffman that same question in the film Marathon Man. Now whereas the wrong answer from Hoffman... More
Aug 18, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Many AC-DC electronic power supplies are now certified to meet the ITE (Information Technology Equipment) IEC 60950-1 standard and also the medical IEC 60601-1 standard. These... More
Aug 14, 2017 By Robin Jeffrey
Hearable technology has leapt forward recently. Kick-started by innovative new products like Doppler Lab’s Hear One earbuds and Apple’s Airpods. This exciting new category of... More
Aug 8, 2017 By Mark Patrick
The smart toy market is booming and analysts expect it to hit nearly £10 billion by the end of the decade. And whereas these Internet-connected toys can provide kids with loads... More
Aug 2, 2017 By Paul Whytock
Would you like to drive a car that controls itself relative to your emotions and moods? Well semiconductor solutions specialists Renesas says it has created a development kit... More
Jul 25, 2017 By Paul Whytock
A new research study about IoT from Inmarsat has shown that agritech businesses help many food producers meet increasingly stringent import requirements by monitoring food... More
Jul 20, 2017 By Nigel Seymour
Cyber security and the stealing of personal data is big news these days and so its not surprising that I receive a regular stream of press releases from expert companies... More
Jul 19, 2017 By Paul Whytock
With the increasing popularity of automatous vehicles there is a requirement for improved safety of vehicles and occupants. This need is opening markets for more advanced... More
Jul 18, 2017 By Nigel Seymour

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