Archive for March 2015

Lauterbach debugger

I saw yesterday demo of Lauterbach debugger. It is a hardware based modular debugger that supports many processors. It is considered to be high-end debugger product for Embedded Linux debugging and is quite expensive. The company serves a niche-market of in-circuit emulators, especially on systems using JTAG, which it sells under the brand name TRACE32.

9 things about the Apple Watch – Geek Posted from WordPress for Android

HTTP/2 on Firefox

Firefox 36 arrives with full HTTP/2 support and a new design for Android tablets. Mozilla launched Firefox 36 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. The biggest news for the browser is undoubtedly HTTP/2 support. HTTP/2, the second major version of Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) and the biggest update in years.  HTTP/2 (originally named HTTP/2.0) is

Either Everyone Is Cyber-secure Or No One Is

Schneier: Either Everyone Is Cyber-secure Or No One Is: We can’t choose a world where the U.S. gets to spy but China doesn’t, or even a world where governments get to spy and criminals don’t. We need to choose, as a matter of policy, communications systems that are secure for all users, or ones that

Renesas MCU Car Rally 2015

Here are some interesting robotics video for this Friday. Renesas MCU Car Rally 2015 video tells about 1st European Renesas MCU Car Rally held on 26th February at embedded world 2015 in Nuremberg. It is a competition between 17 teams comprising some 100 university students from all over Europe who come together to test their