Winner-Takes-All Strategy at Customers' Expense?
Blog 9/21/2017 Post a comment
Competitors, partners, and customers in our interdependent semiconductor industry often have mutual interests that could benefit from cooperation. By offering customers efficiency, we’d all win. Sadly, that’s not how things often work.
Dawn of the $1,000 Smartphone Era
Semi Conscious 9/13/2017 4 comments
While nearly all consumer electronics goods decline in price over time and most of the smartphone industry is scraping by on razor-thin margins, Apple and rival Samsung are upping the ante with flagship handsets that cost $1,000 and up.
Industrial IoT Sounds Easy, But Here’s How To Do It
Blog 9/13/2017 1 comment
The industrial IoT (IIoT) has moved from interesting concept to full-fledged revolution, yet embedded developers and industrial engineers are caught between keeping things working and making the “big leap.” Charles J. Lord is here to help.
Women in Tech: Profiles in Persistence
Blog 9/6/2017 52 comments
EE Times will shine a spotlight on “women in tech” in our special edition, illustrating the technical achievements, leadership and integrity demonstrated by female engineers and scientists.
Trump, Truth and American Manufacturing
Semi Conscious 8/18/2017 20 comments
The President's strained credibility and controversial stance on the ugly incident in Charlottesville has imperiled potential opportunities to revitalize high-tech manufacturing in the U.S.
Blockchain Fortifies Supply Chain
Publisher's Perspective 8/11/2017 Post a comment
Thanks in part to increasing globalization, supply chain for consumer and industrial goods alike has over time become convoluted and opaque. Enter the concept of blockchain.
Aloha from EEWeb
Max’s Cool Beans 8/10/2017 Post a comment
New content is posted on EEWeb.com daily, so please take the time to visit. Don't be shy. Sit down, pull up a chair, and say 'Aloha.'
Engineers Must Build the RoI for IoT
Blog 8/7/2017 1 comment
Devices and engineers themselves must become more flexible and focused on return on investment to succeed in an era where a software-defined Internet of Things has become the new normal.
Wearables Need Fresh Design Style
Blog 8/3/2017 11 comments
Current wearable technology falls far short of its potential because of a siloed approach to design, a lack of interdisciplinary R&D and a general inability of product designers to solve real human needs.