Archive for January 2014


EveryCircuit Free is an interesting Android app that aims to help to understand how electronic circuits work. Build any circuit, tap play button, and watch dynamic voltage, current, and charge animations. This gives you insight into circuit operation like no equation does to most of the people. The software is easier to start to use

International Obfuscated C Code Contest Winners

International Obfuscated C Code Contest Winners Posted. The International Obfuscated C Contest – the contest to create the most useful, useless, or unique program in absolutely unreadable C code – posted some days ago the results of 22nd International Obfuscated C Code Contest (2013) All the submissions are awesome. One of the most impressive entries

Friday Fun: The NSA Product Generator

The NSA Product Generator automatically generates weirdly-codenamed fictional NSA spying products beyond the wildest paranoid’s dreams. Every time you refresh the page, you get a new product information page. They look so real it’s almost scary. The NSA Product Generator was inspired by the recent dump of NSA’s TAO product catalog.

Nexus 5 Teardown

KitKats, snapdragons? Is Google’s latest smartphone a sweet treat? Let’s check out Nexus 5 Teardown and Teardown: Google’s Nexus 5 Deconstructed articles to find out how this smart phone is built.

NSA spy gadgets: LOUDAUTO

NSA’s ANT Division Catalog of Exploits for Nearly Every Major Software/Hardware/Firmware is interesting reading on gadgets NSA is claimed to use to spy on you. There was some discussion on Facebook on of those devices were real or not asking for my comments on some of the devices if they are feasible or not. Here

Electronics trends for 2014

The Internet of Everything is coming. The Internet is expanding into enterprise assets and consumer items such as cars and televisions. Very many electronics devices needs to be designed for this in mind. The Internet of Things (IoT) will evolve into the Web of Things, increasing the coordination between things in the real world and

Telecom trends for 2014

Mobile infrastructure must catch up with user needs and demands. Ubiquitous mobile computing is all around us. Some time in the next six months, the number of smartphones on earth will pass the number of PCs. As the power and capability of many mobile devices increases, the increased demand on networks. We watch more videos,

Security trends for 2014

Year 2014 will be a year of cybersecurity after the NSA revelations made in 2013: The headline news is that the NSA has surreptitiously “burrowed its way into nearly all the security architecture” sold by the world’s largest computer networking companies. A lot of people were shocked how NSA monitored and hacked almost everything in