A physics breakthrough Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 3/30/2010 Post a comment They finally did it: Scientists at CERN were able to have beams collide at 7 TeV in the Large Hadron Collider marking the start of the LHC research program.
Opinion: What do you mean the iPad isn't the answer? Blog 3/30/2010 6 comments I have no personal bias for or against the Apple iPad, which will start shipping soon. What I do object to is the breathless hype visited on this product before hardly anyone has actually used it at all, and more importantly, used it for a while.
Self-centric design it's all about you Blog 3/24/2010 Post a comment Call it self-centered design, but obviating the requirement for engineers to go outside of their productive sphere to gather crucial design information delivers strong dividends throughout the design process.
Free tools for better video Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 3/23/2010 Post a comment Analog Devices is offering a free comprehensive video primitives library for use in real time video analytics applications.
Hail to future innovators Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 3/17/2010 Post a comment The 2010 Intel Science Talent Search has announced the ten top awards from the 40 high school senior finalists in the yearly talent search event.
MIT unfolds the 'CityCar' Automotive DesignLine Blog 3/11/2010 3 comments Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are extending the Zip Car rental concept with a project called "CityCar".
What's your take on Actel's SmartFusion? Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog 3/10/2010 9 comments After getting some pretty good responses to a request for perspectives on Tabula, we are going to the well again to ask for reader responses to Actel's new SmartFusion family.
Two ESCs, one 'Max' Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 3/5/2010 1 comment Clive "Max" Maxfield is on the road again to explore and to pontificate about embedded design choices at ESC and ESC India.
Worker strife dogs tech firms in France Blog 3/5/2010 Post a comment France has seen different forms of social discontent in the past week: Two bossnappings at Siemens Lyon, the occupation of premises at ST-Ericsson Caen and a letter to the press at Wipro-NewLogic Sophia Antipolis.
Atom, Tabula, Samsung lead weekly story ranking Blog 3/5/2010 Post a comment Here are the top five online stories for the week beginning Sunday, Feb. 28, as ranked by EE Times readers, up to and including Friday, March 5. The ranking is based on the number of reader "views" or "hits" on a particular article.
Save the DATE! Blog 3/4/2010 Post a comment The German city of Dresden will be hosting the Design, Automation and Test in Europe Conference (DATE), from March 8 to 12, 2010.
This breaks with a tradition that saw the conference alternate between Munich and Nice for several years.
CeBIT trip report II: Cardboard audio, USB, 3-D Blog 3/3/2010 Post a comment As someone who has had the opportunity to visit CeBIT a number of times in the past 10 years, it occurred to me that it might be interesting for those who have not, to also cover some of the things about this venue and the show that perhaps do not make the news.
Corporate citizens wanted Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 3/3/2010 Post a comment Texas Instruments put out a press release that the company has been recognized among the world's 100 best corporate citizens.
What's Your Take on Tabula? Industrial Control DesignLine Blog 3/1/2010 13 comments On paper, Tabula seems like a surefire winner. But I'm looking for a reality check, asking programmable logic users to share their thoughts on the startup and its newly announced technology.
In conjunction with unveiling of EE Times’ Silicon 60 list, journalist & Silicon 60 researcher Peter Clarke hosts a conversation on startups in the electronics industry. One of Silicon Valley's great contributions to the world has been the demonstration of how the application of entrepreneurship and venture capital to electronics and semiconductor hardware can create wealth with developments in semiconductors, displays, design automation, MEMS and across the breadth of hardware developments. But in recent years concerns have been raised that traditional venture capital has turned its back on hardware-related startups in favor of software and Internet applications and services. Panelists from incubators join Peter Clarke in debate.