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A perspective from Embedded World 2018. In a small town in Germany, a little north of Munich, there is Nuremberg—a city that has one of the most popular street circuits for DTM and F3 racing. But that’s not what brought me there. In the recent years, Nuremberg has also become the home for deep tech
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CES 2018 wrap-up: cars, IoT, and robots took over

  • January 18, 2018 /
  • by Claudio M. Camacho
This year’s CES slogan was “Feel the whoa.” Yet, after seeing the entire show, I have to ask myself: what “whoa?” Don’t get me wrong: CES 2018 was huge – the biggest ever with over 180,000 visitors from all around the world. But the general feeling was that consumer gadgets are simply losing their fuel.
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