Test & Measurement Designline Blogs 4/17/2012 3 comments
There's been a lot of news and events surrounding oscilloscopes lately, so I thought I would do a round up for you.
Would the Chinese buy MIPS?
Engineering Pop Culture! 4/13/2012 14 comments
A number of Chinese companies have made use of the MIPS architecture. Would one or more of them be interested in buying MIPS Technologies Inc. and taking royalties from Broadcom, Cavium, Cisco and others? Would they be allowed to do so?
The Ballad of the Cosworth Vega
Engineering Pop Culture! 4/12/2012 11 comments
Dave was showing off his new limited edition Vega with a Cosworth racing engine, dual overhead cams and computer controlled fuel injection, when...
Ready for the Microchip MASTERs?
Blog 4/11/2012 Post a comment
Registration is now open for the 16th annual Microchip Worldwide MASTERs Conference at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Phoenix, Arizona from August 8 through 11.
Drones: A hazard to your health?
Military & Aerospace Blog 4/11/2012 24 comments
Mid-February, President Obama signed a new FAA re-authorization bill that allows the use of drones into commercial U.S. skies. Here, Robert Dewar, AdaCore’s CEO, explains that it’s time to take security seriously and to let people know that the technology to do this currently exists.
Nissan Leaf redux
Automotive DesignLine Blog 4/9/2012 41 comments
A look at new features, including a photovoltaic charging panel, and cold-weather performance.
Future of mobile devices to be debated at FWS 2012
Blog 4/8/2012 1 comment
A panel debate on the future of mobile devices will bring together leading authorities on human interfaces, application processors, location technology, wireless standards, graphic cores, and device design to determine how the mobile device will change during the next five.
Drive and fly
Military & Aerospace Blog 4/6/2012 2 comments
This is not fiction. Flying cars are moving closer to reality.