Chips, ahoy: Intel joins Delphi-Mobileye self-driving collaboration

Delphi V2 Everything Technology Thursday, September 29, 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by John F. Martin for Delphi)

Autonomous-drive kits (software, hardware, sensors) go to automakers in 2019. Self-driving cars arrive in 2021, says Delphi. And Intel wants to drive the entire system with current and next-generation processors.

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Here are some of the hot tech trends for 2016 and beyond

Consumers envision a time when internal sensors in our bodies will become the norm, social networks become the preferred way to communicate an emergency and homes are wired to monitor everything from mold outbreaks to water leaks.

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Apple mapping patent provides seamless outdoor/indoor location determination

Apple on Tuesday was awarded a patent for harnessing onboard iOS device sensors to automatically switch from one location subsystem, such as GPS and indoor wireless gateway proximation, to another seamlessly and without user interaction.



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Software glitch causes F-35 to incorrectly detect targets in formation

Engineers are trying to fix the F-35’s software package after it was discovered the sensors for the Joint Strike Fighter malfunction when detecting targets when the aircraft flies in formation.

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FTC Argues Against IoT Law, For Now


The future explosion in e-commerce connectivity of all manner of electronic devices, sensors, and consumer products — known as the Internet of Things — will pose a major challenge to ensure that IoT data is secure and that personal privacy is protected. The global “installed and connected base” of IoT units will reach approximately 30 billion in 2020, noted IDC in a November 2014 report. Yet now is not the time to enact privacy or security laws aimed directly at the impact of the IoT, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission says.

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