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Improve the security of your home the easy way with the Yobi Video Smart Doorbell B3. This smart home gadget makes sure that you always know who’s at the door. In particular, it’s equipped with PIR sensors that detect motion and send alerts to your phone. And, with a wide 180-degree angle, virtually nothing can get past its radar. There’s even a live video feed, so you can check in on your home when you’re out with friends. In addition, the Yobi Video Smart Doorbell B3 features Apple HomeKit compatibility for remote use. It’s also weather-resistant and features a full HD 1080p video camera to capture content in high quality. Overall, it’s a smarter way to feel more secure at home. Source...

The Eclipse Foundation Unveils its New Vision for Managing and Operating Edge Computing Environments via Open Source Software

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BRUSSELS, Belgium, April 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Eclipse Foundation, one of the world’s largest open source software foundations, as well as the Edge Native Working Group, today announced the release of a new white paper entitled “EdgeOps: A New Vision For Edge Computing” The paper articulates a new approach for building software solutions for edge computing environments, with an emphasis on open source. EdgeOps is an adaptation of DevOps, with a focus on software, tooling and processes for edge computing environments. It specifically addresses the challenges of edge computing, such as power, security, latency, communication protocols, etc., and takes into account the characteristics of edge computing solutions and associated deployment approaches required in an edge environment. The white paper is available now as a free...

HiPEAC’s Vision for a New Cyber Era, a ‘Continuum of Computing’

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Earlier this week (Jan. 19), HiPEAC — the European Network on High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation — published the 8th edition of the HiPEAC Vision, detailing an increasingly interconnected computing landscape where complex tasks are carried out across multiple systems and multiple technologies. HiPEAC refers to this as the “Continuum of Computing.” “We are now seeing a continuum of computing that spans from tiny devices on the edge to huge global-scale distributed systems,” the report notes. “The emergence of new workloads such as deep learning and large-scale industrial cyber-physical systems has led to a series of new challenges related to non-functional properties such as power consumption, timing, complexity, security, safety and sustainability.” “The 2021 Vision looks at how all the pieces can – and...