All posts by Mike Wheeler

PC/104-Plus computer features Intel “Kaby Lake” processor

Unitronix has released VersaLogic’s Liger a rugged new PC/104-Plus single-board computer (SBC) based on Intel’s new high performance “Kaby Lake” processor. Liger combines high processing and video performance, moderate power consumption (12-14W typ.), hardware-level security, and backwards compatibility with systems using PC/104-Plus ISA or PCI expansion. It includes an extensive set of features including the … Continue reading PC/104-Plus computer features Intel “Kaby Lake” processor

Whizz! Bang! Wow! – CeBIT 2017

The best of Australian and global technology innovations will be on show at CeBIT Australia this month, including automated and futuristic public transport, driverless cars, remote computer access, 3D scanning and holographic display technology, when the event opens at the International Convention Centre Sydney, 23-25 May 2017. The Australian and New Zealand Driverless Vehicle Initiative … Continue reading Whizz! Bang! Wow! – CeBIT 2017

Swedish workers volunteer to get micro chipped

It sounds like something out of a Dystopian novel or movie – Swedish company Epicenter has injected some of its staff with microchips. Before civil rights’ activists get up in arms, people need to know that the microchipping has been voluntary, says Epicenter CEO Patrick Mesterton. Epicenter offered staff to be embedded with a microchip … Continue reading Swedish workers volunteer to get micro chipped