Since the coming of the Raspberry Pi Model B, single-board computers (SBCs) have become a prevalent force in the development world. These pocket-sized devices have taken the online maker community in particular by storm, providing PC functionality to a plethora of open-source projects in amazingly compact, cost-effective, and low-power platforms.

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Since the coming of the Raspberry Pi Model B, single-board computers (SBCs) have become a prevalent force in the development world. These pocket-sized devices have taken the online maker community in particular by storm, providing PC functionality to a plethora of open-source projects in amazingly compact, cost-effective, and low-power platforms.

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Since the coming of the Raspberry Pi Model B, single-board computers (SBCs) have become a prevalent force in the development world. These pocket-sized devices have taken the online maker community in particular by storm, providing PC functionality to a plethora of open-source projects in amazingly compact, cost-effective, and low-power platforms.

This, he adds, is why geo-location data is potentially so dangerous, as it can be used to bolster other information that is available on the Internet, and which can readily be assembled using software like Maltego.

From there it's a relatively easy step to perform a highly targeted phishing or similar type of attack on the individual – using information about their location, their interests and other data derived from, say, their Facebook profile,” he said.

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As the ICO's Jonathan Bamford says, geo-location brings with it many new opportunities, but there are – as we can confirm – significant dangers associated with this pool of information. And no matter how many times the experts say it, this type of information is not as anonymous as you might think,” he added.

For further information: http://www.cryptzone.com .

For more on Jonathan Bamford's comments on geo-location risks: http://bit.ly/vVsQD7 .

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This article originally appeared on EE Times Europe.

Visiongain's latest management research Mobile Cloud Computing Industry Outlook Report: 2011-2016” examines the market and how the ecosystem players are leveraging mobile cloud solutions to enable their strategies and business models.

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The mobile cloud computing market is just beginning to evolve in 2011; by 2016, the market will enter into a rapid growth stage. Interested market players need to formulate emergent strategies now to enjoy the early movers' advantage. The company's research projects the total cloud market to be worth $240 billion by 2016, up from $77 billion in 2011.

To thrive in the cloud market, stakeholders must establish and solidify their positions as value-adding players, or else lose to new entrants who may then reap the greatest benefits. For operators to win in the cloud marketplace, they must determine where in this new ecosystem they can play most successfully.

This region is approached in digital multimeters (DMMs) as the quantity being measured approaches zero. One major DMM company forces a zero reading on the display when the measurement is within a certain small band around zero. A similar issue exists in data acquisition (DAQ) systems, which are essentially multichannel DMMs.

The encroaching fantasy is being exacerbated by sensors, particularly thermocouples (TCs), which are conceptually simple sensors. When two dissimilar metals are joined, a voltage appears across their junction that is approximately proportional to temperature. Two wires — one chromel and one alumel, for instance — can be spot welded together at the sensing end by process chemists (who like to use TCs) and connected to the DAQ screwdown terminals, shown in orange below.

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LONDON – Globalfoundries has joined a collaborative research program run by European research institute IMEC on STT-MRAM (spin-transfer torque magnetoresistive random access memory) technology.

Globalfoundries Inc. (Milpitas, Calif.) is joining Qualcomm and several semiconductor manufacturing equipment suppliers in the project. If the research is successful it could put Globalfoundries in a leading position to supply Qualcomm with logic chips with embedded MRAM or separate but closely packaged logic and MRAM die.

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