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Microchip

This application exercises the Microchip MFI developer hardware. These accessory boards are available to Apple MFI Licensed Developers. For more...

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Microchip Development System

Use a development system for MPASM, C18 C Compiler, and CCS C Compiler toolkits.

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3DSpins

Solve 100 3D levels floating in space in the Remote Controlled Spinning Machine.

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Pet Microchip Info

Pet Microchip Info allows you to look up any pet microchip number to search for the company that the pet microchip is registered with. Simply enter...

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Microchip Implantation - Tips & Tricks

This infoVet App teaches you how to implant passive responding Microchips in any pet particularly your pet dog or cat. You will learn about basic...

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Real Pic Simulator

Perform Microchip PIC microcontroller real-time simulation.

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AVID MicroChip Services

This app is intended for veterinary practices, rescue centres, dog wardens and other individuals who need to perform the following actions:-...

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3DSpins

Control remote spinning machine in 3D environment.

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FlashPIC Developer

Build your own parallel port hardware.

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CCS C Compiler

Write and compile C code for Microchip PIC devices.

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Swedish office gets under employees' skin with RFID microchips

Forget your office door key? Can't remember the code for the photocopier? No need to worry if you happen to have a microchip implanted in your hand.

By February 3, 2015

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Woman gets microchip implant so she can leave office keys at home

Carrying keys is, apparently, all too much for one Swedish woman. She claims this isn't the future, but the present. And she's not the only one to let tech get under her skin.

By November 18, 2014

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The smart card: Apple Pay competitor or simple stopgap?

Mobile payments is a crowded industry, but is one card for storing all your credit cards more practical than we think?

By May 25, 2015

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With a drop of liquid, IBM develops a new microchip switch

Ionic liquids can switch the state of a metal oxide from conducting to insulating and back again, something that could be useful for computer processing and memory.

By March 21, 2013

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When it comes to wearables, Intel takes anti-Apple approach

Intel is confident wearables are the next frontier. But the chipmaker's approach to developing the gadgets is the polar opposite of that taken by the industry's biggest contenders.

By September 14, 2014

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Google finds partner to produce 'smart' contact lenses for diabetics

An agreement between the Google[x] resesearch lab and pharmaceutical giant Novartis will license the technology for actual medical use for people with diabetes and other conditions.

By July 15, 2014

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Remote-controlled chip could be the future of contraceptives

A tiny chip implanted under a woman's skin can deliver hormonal birth control for up to 16 years and is entering pre-clinical trials next year.

By July 6, 2014

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Could wearable tech read minds to sell ads?

Maker of brain-scanning tech says wearables like Google Glass could evolve to monitor brain signals and sell you toothpaste.

By May 21, 2014

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Find my dog: Whistle bringing GPS to next-gen pet wearable

Startup bringing wearable devices to canines packs a key feature into its next device that will track a pet's location.

By May 21, 2014

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Brain-inspired circuit board 9000 times faster than an average PC

Bioengineers at Stanford University have developed microchips based on the human brain that are more energy efficient and up to 9000 times faster than the typical PC.

By April 30, 2014