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STMicroelectronics Completes Deployment of Low-Layer Software for All STM32 MCUs
STMicroelectronics has completed the introduction of its free Low-Layer Application Programming Interface (LL API) software to the STM32Cube software packages for all STM32 microcontrollers (MCUs). The LL APIs enable expert developers to work within the convenient and easy-to-use STMCubeâ„¢ (...)
[WebWire Computer peripherals]

Cognitive-related neural pattern to activate machines
A study has identified a functional brain pattern linked to cognitive behavior able to activate an iPad's touchscreen. Results may be useful in brain-machine interfaces, of particular interest for people with physical difficulties to communicate with the outside (...)
[Science daily]

Malware uses Intel CPU feature to steal data
Microsoft's security team has come across a malware family that uses Intel's Active Management Technology (AMT) Serial-over-LAN (SOL) interface as a file transfer tool. Because of the way the Intel AMT SOL technology works, SOL traffic bypasses the local computer's networking stack, so local (...)
[OSNews]

Meta hopes to redesign the work place by using augmented reality to organise your desk.
Meta says it has redesigned the work desk by replacing computer screens with an augmented reality interface that appears in front of the user's eyes.
[BBC]

Meta hopes to redesign the work place by using augmented reality to organise your desk.
Meta says it has redesigned the work desk by replacing computer screens with an augmented reality interface that appears in front of the user's eyes.
[BBC News]

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