Xilinx Introduces Kria Portfolio of Adaptive System-on-Modules
Published in AI

For Accelerating Innovation and AI Applications at the Edge

Xilinx has been massively expanding its portfolio, and it wants to address a new market with Kria branded adaptive system on modules (SOMs). These modules can save a lot of time to market and enable partners to bring their products to the end customers.

Hackers steal  3TB of private video
Published in News
Tuesday, 20 October 2020 11:04

Hackers steal 3TB of private video

Nicked from 50,000 private IP-based cameras

A hacking group has nicked more than 3TB of private video from around the world — mainly collected from Singapore — and shared it on porn sites.

Blackmagic Design reveals a 12k camera
Published in Graphics
Friday, 17 July 2020 11:10

Blackmagic Design reveals a 12k camera

Never mind the slow adoption of 8K

While the world is dragging its collective feet moving to 8k tellies, Blackmagic Design has built a 12k camera.

Apple warns against covering laptop cameras
Published in News

Apparently it breaks your expensive machine

Fruity cargo cult Apple has warned its security minded users not to cover their laptop cameras with stickers.

LG plans 16 camera lens phone
Published in Mobiles
Tuesday, 27 November 2018 13:51

LG plans 16 camera lens phone

3D movies and replacing objects

LG has designed a smartphone with no less than 16 camera lenses.

Xilinx is number two in car cameras
Published in Transportation
Monday, 25 June 2018 18:04

Xilinx is number two in car cameras

Make driving safe again

Computers made it to cars a long time ago. Assisted driving that most people know from Tesla, started with premium brands like Mercedes, BMW and Audi in 2016 and brands like Honda even got it to the masses in 20.000 Euro/USD cars. These cars must have front cameras, and Xilinx is clearly number two there

Hackers down security cameras
Published in News
Tuesday, 08 May 2018 21:15

Hackers down security cameras

You probably weren't expecting this

In the days before the internet of things (IoT) you could be pretty much assured that your toaster, your fridge, your car and your washing machine were just going to break down and you'd have to call an engineer to fix them.