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The vertical-integration mandala keeps turning
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1/30/2010   Post a comment
It's "back to the future" and "deja vu again", as IC vendors move into modules and multi-component devices
Real science or just a bit of froth
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1/20/2010   3 comments
Last week there seemed to be a mini-media feeding frenzy about a story of a product design student who had claimed to have designed as part of her final university project a 'greenphone' which was powered by Coca-Cola.
Management of diverse power rails is becoming more important, and easier
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1/16/2010   Post a comment
IC vendors are addressing the issues related to multiple, interrelated power rails on PC boards
Showing your power connectors some respect
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1/10/2010   Post a comment
Even the lowly AC-power plug deserves some dignity
What's your power priority?
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1/3/2010   Post a comment
Everyone is in favor of "low power", but their reasons may differ; what are yours?


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