Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017

March 2016 – The ongoing success of the private sector relies in large measure on its ability to commercialize innovative research and intellectual property, business transactions, and financial data. Failing to secure this vital digital information, and the systems that hold it, inevitably leads to lost market share, fewer customers and corporate breakdown for the [...]

September 19, 2014, Intel Developer Forum, San Francisco—Geof Findley and Becky Loop provided an overview of the latest developments in memory technologies for high- performance systems. They described the various iA devices and compatibility with the latest DRAM devices and modules. The first platforms to support DDR4 are the Xeon E5-2600 v3 family and Core [...]

May 8, 2014, Neurogaming Conference, San Francisco—Chris Berka from Advanced Brain Monitoring talked about the changing requirements for sensors and their integration into fully functional diagnostic and brain interfaces. The need for platform-independent hardware and software is growing as more detailed analyses and studies emerge. Now, human subject studies need to go to multi-phase tests [...]

October 24, 2013, Robo Business, Santa Clara, CA—Dan Kara from Myria RAS looked at the various components that comprise a robotics system to develop a sense of the industry growth. The high fragmentation and emerging technologies adversely affects the reporting functions. Now, robotics seem to have a wide range of capabilities from specialized and dedicated [...]

January 2013 – In late 2012, Etymotic developed and released to market a new class of hearing protection. Using their knowledge of the ear and hearing from their decades of development and production of hearing aids, they have developed an active hearing protection device called the Music PRO. The overview of the technology is discussed [...]

Sony’s SpectralLayers Pro offers a new spin on spectral-style audio editing that Sony hopes will move the powerful editing technique out of the restoration lab and into the creative studio. What is spectral audio editing? Spectral audio editing itself is not exactly a new idea; audio restoration and forensics experts have relied on spectral editing [...]

January 2013 – Entering the headphone marketplace with a high performance rocker targeted audience is the Motorheadphone products. The product line with several full over the ear models and several in-ear models was shown at CES with an introduction by the front-man of the band for whom the products are named – Lemmy Kilmister of [...]

January 2013 – This years CES event was the first one to incorporate the PMA (Photo Marketing Association) expo as part of the show. Held in the LVH conference center adjacent to the main LVCC the expo replaced the historic “international pavilion” booths. The camera area was the most crowded at the show day’s 1 [...]

Sony thinks not,as it finally brings Sound Forge Pro to the Mac. The Mac has a long and storied past when it comes to dedicated audio waveform editors. Way back at the dawn of the digital age in 1986, SoundEdit, the very first widely used waveform editor was created on the Mac. Since then a [...]

Having talked with many friends who use notation software, one comment heard over and over is how unnervingly complicated the software can be. But all that chatter and groaning comes to an abrupt halt when a discussion of Notion 4.0 begins. It’s easy to use, has great looking notation and excellent playback. Fortunately, the stellar [...]