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View Resource Embedded Systems: A Volatile Business

The embedded industry is one of the least studied high-tech arenas on the planet, despite the vast number of products we produce that change people's lives. Embedded.com conducts surveys from time to time, as does VDC and EE Times. I recently gained access to data collected and analyzed by Embedded Market Forecasters that kept me glued to the computer for several hours, as they market both the...

View Resource How to use USB without knowing USB

USB is now a mature technology yet many people are not using it since they perceive it as "too complicated." To date, all USB books and most USB technical articles have presented USB as a "technical wonder" and the reader is flooded with details such as packet types and descriptor parsing. Not surprisingly, many people who could take advantage of USB are holding back. This paper treats USB as a...

View Resource Gordon and Mike's ICT Podcast: Hands-on with the iPad

Gordon and Mike's ICT Podcast offers perspectives on the information and communication technologies (ICT) industries from Gordon Snyder and Mike Qaissaunee. In this podcast, Mike shares his initial impressions after experimenting with the iPad. This podcast would be useful for anyone considering purchasing an iPad, or for anyone who is curious about the technology. The running time for this show...

View Resource Computer Science Unplugged

If you've ever dreamed of seeing computer science in an informal and "unplugged" setting, this website is for you. Computer Science Unplugged (CS Unplugged) is "a project that provides free games and activities to communicate Computer Science concepts to students of all ages." The site contains 50 different videos in a range of languages and topics like cryptography, binary numbers, and computer...

View Resource PicoCricket

This is a good educational toy to get students interested in technology and electronics. The PicoCricket Kit is similar to the Lego® Mindstorms robotics kits. Mindstorms is designed especially for making robots, while the PicoCricket Kit is designed for making artistic creations with lights, sound, music, and motion. A PicoCricket is a tiny computer that can make things spin, light up, and play ...

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