Adding AI to IoT has created new a dimension to the security threats created by everyday devices.
In the coming years, large-scale quantum computers will make most of the current cryptography techniques insecure. To avoid this, two major global directions are being pursued.
Given a limited role Huawei has been forced to play in the global 5G market, the Chinese giant's most recent "5G shipment" claim -- 200,000 5G base stations - seems aggressive, even if not inflated.
Quantum computers have long been considered as a technology of the future, but they are becoming an increasingly concrete reality in these years.
Volkswagen and NXP unveil first concept car to use ultrawideband technology, claiming that its spatial accuracy and low latency makes it virtually impossible to carry out relay theft.
The co-processor uses partially homomorphic encrypted execution. Since the data is never decrypted, it remains secure.
For the global electronics industry, the truce in the US-China trade war is welcome, but hardly the end of a poorly scripted economic melodrama that continues to pose dire consequences for the ...