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  1. ISF BLOG : From Here to 5G: A Roadmap of Challenges

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    ISF
    , 16-02-2016 at 01:35 PM
  2. Did you sleep well last night?

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    ISF
    , 03-12-2014 at 03:30 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by isf.embedded View Post

    Every night before going to bed, I make sure I am accompanied by one thing; my sleep tracker. Every toss and every turn, the moments I am dreaming, the length of my sleep, and the time I am disturbed by the cat jumping on my bed; the device is capturing all my sleep patterns.

    Regularly enjoying a good night’s sleep is widely understood as one of the most important
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  3. Digital Cameras to Get New Image Sensor Technology

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    ISF
    , 24-11-2013 at 12:25 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by isf.eda View Post
    Fifteen years ago (at least!) we bought an HP laptop for our home and they generously threw in a digital camera. That was the first digital camera we ever had. What a revelation it was to take pictures as long as your heart desired and delete the lousy ones.
    The downside? The image sensor was just 2 megapixels (MP). Color clarity was poor and almost every image was washed out, but we still loved it.Today, of course, you can get digital SLR cameras with 20 MP and excellent imagers embedded
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  4. ISF Blog-App -cloud - Infinite Possibilities with the Cloud. Why Not Brainstorm?

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    ISF
    , 29-12-2012 at 12:57 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by isf.embedded View Post


    TI Principal Fellow Gene Frantz imagines a world where customers enter a restaurant and are handed an Infinite Coffee Cup. The cup may be customized – it could come in different colors, such as a favorite color or the color of a preferred political party, or can even be printed with a daily horoscope.

    Frantz imagines that this cup is connected to a cloud that hangs over
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  5. Blog Post: CES 2013 Preview: Waving in the next big thing!

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    ISF
    , 29-12-2012 at 12:51 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by isf.embedded View Post

    We are less than two weeks away from the start of CES 2013, and TI is already making a splash. How, you say? Well, imagine controlling your PC the way they do on TV and in the movies just by moving your hands in the air without having to touch a mouse or keyboard. TI is bringing the next generation of gesture control to TVs, PCs and other consumer and industrial devices by collaborating with SoftKinetic,
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