2019-07-03 - Junko Yoshida

A Welcome Truce in the US-China Trade War

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 ...

2019-07-24 - Nitin Dahad

The UK & Huawei: 5G Decision has Geostrategic Ramifications

Opinions varied at a UK hearing on using Huawei equipment in its 5G network, but one conclusion was that the main reason to ban Huawei was to appease the U.S.

2019-08-23 - Nitin Dahad

IoT Security is Finally Getting Traction

NIST sets out draft guidelines for baseline cybersecurity features in IoT devices as IoT companies finally get interested in security.

2019-08-28 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Homomorphic Encryption Finally Ready for Commercial Adoption

Homomorphic encryption, which allows meaningful computing on encrypted data, ready for commercial applications.

2019-09-03 - Nitin Dahad

Ultrawideband Technology to Tackle Relay Theft

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.

2019-09-04 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Quantum Algorithms for Scientific Applications

Quantum computers have long been considered as a technology of the future, but they are becoming an increasingly concrete reality in these years.

2019-09-26 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Quantum Computing: The Bogeyman of Encryption

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.

2019-10-23 - PUFsecurity

The Crucial Role of PUF in AIoT Security

Adding AI to IoT has created new a dimension to the security threats created by everyday devices.