Industry-leading front-end module is at the heart of Qualcomm’s C-V2X reference design /EIN News/ -- GREENSBORO, N.C., Jan. 02, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Qorvo® (Nasdaq:QRVO), a leading provider of innovative RF solutions that connect the world, is playing a key role in global field trials of cellular vehicle-to-everything (C-V2X) applications through a powerful front-end module (FEM), a key part of the Qualcomm 9150 chipset reference design. The superior linear output power and thermal management of the Qorvo FEM are essential to supporting the direct, real-time wireless safety communication system between vehicles, bicycles, pedestrians and infrastructure. C-V2X technology is a natural evolution toward the low latency and high bandwidth benefits of 5G for automotive applications. Qorvo products are designed to solve the toughest automotive RF challenges and support both C-V2X and DSRC protocols. These products will be showcased in Las Vegas during CES (#CES2019), … [Read more...] about Qorvo® Module Enables Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything Trials by Major Automakers
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper DealBook | DealBook Briefing: Inside the Emails Facebook Never Thought You’d Read DealBook Supported by Dec. 6, 2018 Good Thursday. Want this by email? Sign up here . A rare glimpse into how Facebook really works A cache of emails and other internal Facebook documents made public by a British parliamentary committee on Wednesday revealed how the social media giant used people’s personal data to favor some of its partners and to punish rivals. The 250 pages of material, from 2012 to 2015, had been sealed by a U.S. judge as part of a lawsuit filed against Facebook by an app developer, but they were obtained by British lawmakers as part of a parliamentary investigation into the company’s practices. Some highlights: Facebook engineered ways to collect data without telling users. In one exchange, employees … [Read more...] about DealBook Briefing: Inside the Emails Facebook Never Thought You’d Read
Flies should choose their walls carefully. That’s my main takeaway from reading 20 Bob Woodward books in the past four weeks. No one can beat Woodward at getting the story of the White House from the inside, from the perspective of the decision makers as they saw themselves. People tell Woodward things they shouldn’t, from the alarming (Trump aides swiping memos from his desk) to the mundane (Nixon trying to gnaw open a childproof cap on a pill bottle with his teeth). He may be the sole practitioner of a form that occupies a space between journalism and history, one that tries to balance immediacy with detail. When he’s onto a good story—the resignation of a president, Iran-Contra, America’s post-9/11 wars—there’s no one better, or at least no one better who’s faster. I began reading and ranking every freaking Woodward book—all of 20 of them; that’s almost 10,000 pages—when Fear, the new book about President Donald … [Read more...] about I Read Every Bob Woodward Book. Here’s How They Stack Up.
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Briefing Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by ByChris Stanford Aug. 1, 2018 (Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up .) Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: Facebook uncovers plot to disrupt elections • The social media giant announced on Tuesday that it had removed 32 pages and fake accounts that were part of a potential effort to influence this fall’s midterm elections. The company did not definitively link the campaign to Russia but said some of its tools and techniques were similar to those used by the Kremlin-linked group accused of interfering in the 2016 election. The chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee said he would make Facebook’s disclosure a central part of a previously scheduled hearing today, when lawmakers plan to press outside experts about foreign … [Read more...] about Facebook, 3-D Guns, Apple: Your Wednesday Briefing
Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Scenes from an annual “vent” gathering in Kentucky, where puppets rule and their masters crave respect for an unappreciated art form. In July, hundreds of masters and dummies gathered in Kentucky at the annual Vent Haven International Ventriloquist Convention: top row, from left; Dirk Golden, Sari Aalto and Jake LaMarca; middle row, from left; Terumi Ide, Dan Clemente and Mark Berryman; bottom row, Trish Dunn, Rain Jennings and Daniel Jay Robison. Credit Photographs by Andrew Spear for The New York Times Supported by ByElisabeth Vincentelli July 31, 2018 ERLANGER, Ky. — For years ventriloquism has held a reputation as being dorky at best, sinister at worst. Even now it summons up horror movies about a homicidal dummy, or a homicidal ventriloquist, or both. We are far from the golden age of the 1930s and 1940s, when Edgar Bergen and his puppet Charlie McCarthy were so beloved that … [Read more...] about What Do 525 Ventriloquists Do at a Convention? Ask Their Dummies