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Steve Jobs shaped next two iPhones
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4/3/2013   3 comments
An Apple exec's slip begs the question: Will a new iPhone end the Apple product drought soon?
Supply Chain's future: A survey
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How is the supply chain evolving? You tell us. We need your help!
Cellphone’s 40th anniversary is no midlife crisis
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4/3/2013   10 comments
In celebration of the first cellphone call 40 years ago by Motorola engineer Martin Cooper, I invite you to read and reflect on where we have been and where we are going.
EDA/IP weekly roundup – April 3rd 2013
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Accellera, ARM, Asset, Digital Core, EDAC, FishTail, Gartner, GlobalFoundries, ProPlus, Silicon Labs, TSMC and Xilinx made the lineup today. See here for their news…
LED research: Where's the money?
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4/3/2013   6 comments
LED market research reveals movers and shakers: LED Engin raises $12 million to expand, UV LED market on the rise.
Watching Analog Devices' Jerald Fishman up close
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ADI's CEO was a unique character, as so many in our industry are.
Rethinking communications: Automating tapeout review reporting
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Tapeout of a chip is a collaboration between the design house and the foundry. Replacing manual error reporting with an automated reporting capability provides a number of benefits to both the report generator and the report recipient.
Robotics competition: Tomorrow's tech talent has game
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4/2/2013   3 comments
At the FIRST Robotics Competition, teens learn about technology trade-offs, strategy and teamwork. NASA and major tech firms say the contest shapes tomorrow's tech leaders.
London Calling: The curious incident of the EDA dog food
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4/2/2013   1 comment
Some similes and metaphors capture the imagination and resonate for years after they were first uttered.
IP reuse requires both design reuse and verification reuse
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In this era of ever shrinking time to market windows, for semiconductor organizations to win the race to market, they must master IP-based design, and in particular IP reuse encompassing both design and verification reuse...
Sony shows off PlayStation 4 controller
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4/1/2013   2 comments
Several mockup prototypes of forthcoming system's wireless controller turned up at the Game Developer Conference.
The best electronics-related April Fools' spoof ever?
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog  
4/1/2013   59 comments
Over the years I've seen a bunch of really great April Fools' day spoofs.
Immigration debate needs more common ground
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4/1/2013   4 comments
Engineers and management agree we should give green cards to foreign-born STEM grads, but we could use more common ground as the debate ramps up.
iPhone vs. iFone: Apple Loses Appeal in Mexico
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4/1/2013   4 comments
The Mexico City-based iFone expects compensation from Apple for the use of its brand name? Really? Can't we all just get along, por favor?
Yoshida in China: What's Calxeda doing here?
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4/1/2013   2 comments
In Beijing, I ran into Barry Evans, one of the brains behind the famed Xscale processor SoC, now a co-founder and CEO at Calxeda.
Capitol Connection: Light at the end of the immigration-reform tunnel
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The electronics industry is being hamstrung by slow progress in high-skilled immigration reform. But help may be on the way.
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