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16 Views of ISSCC
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2/10/2017   5 comments
The Internet of Things is rising among the hundreds of papers at the annual ISSCC event dedicated to design of microprocessors, memories, wireless chips, and more.
Vintage Electronics in Pictures: Enrico Tedeschi
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2/8/2017   7 comments
One private museum run by a single person housed an incredible over 10,000 artifacts. Unfortunately, after the passing of its owner, Enrico Tedeschi, the exhibition was shut down. Here we remember it in pictures.
Slideshow: 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 1 Fire
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1/30/2017   4 comments
A tragedy is commemorated by the Kennedy Space Center on it's 50th Anniversary.
25-Million-Dollar Tech Ideas That Started on Kickstarter
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1/17/2017   Post a comment
We looked at Kickstarter to see what new ideas are exciting consumers the most. We found a couple dozen projects that asked for tens of thousands of dollars in support and raked in a million dollars or more.
15 Views from a Silicon Summit
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1/16/2017   4 comments
Moore’s law may last longer than originally thought, although semiconductor revenues remain stuck in mid-single-digit growth, said speakers at ISS.
9 Views of IEDM
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12/16/2016   3 comments
The annual IEDM event gave a look into advances in new and traditional memories, novel processors, monolithic 3DIC stacks, and a future 5-nm node.
John Glenn Embraced the 'Dare of the Future'
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12/16/2016   Post a comment
John Glenn, the hero of a generation of boys and girls who grew up to be engineers, died on Dec. 8 at the age of 95. He was the last of the original Mercury Seven astronauts who served as the foot soldiers in the Cold War-inspired space race with the Soviet Union.
Top 10 Christmas Treats for Techno-Geeks
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12/14/2016   12 comments
What can one give one's techno-geek engineering comrades for Crimble? Here are ten drool-worthy suggestions.
20 Best Tech-Based Toys Promise Big Holiday Hits
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12/6/2016   Post a comment
This slideshow offers a quick look at how electronics are powering and enabling the coolest new toys for the holiday season, from drones and robots to STEM teaching toys.
Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for engineers
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11/28/2016   2 comments
It’s that time of again where businesses offer discounts for the holidays. Welcome to Cyber Monday: here are some deals to tempt an engineer DIYer's resolve.
15 Views of Printed Electronics
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11/21/2016   10 comments
Printed electronics showed progress in manufacturing gear and processes, e-textiles, sensors, batteries, and printed NFC tags at the IDTechEx event.
Electronica Settles into Automotive, Industrial, IoT Roles
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11/16/2016   4 comments
In a week when the biennial Electronica trade show in Munich, Germany, was overshadowed by a presidential election on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean and amid supposed long-term decline of Europe as a power in semiconductors and electronics, it seems reasonable to ask if Electronica is still busy – and still relevant.
IEEE Sensor 2016 Exhibits MEMS
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11/7/2016   1 comment
The IEEE Sensor 2016 conference featured 614 presentations plus a room full of exhibitors hawking everything you need to fabricate, package, manufacture and test both microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) and conventional sensors.
10 Intriguing Technologies from ARM TechCon
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11/3/2016   1 comment
ARM TechCon 2016 showcased a wide variety of interesting technologies beyond the chips themselves.
16 Views of ARM TechCon
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10/28/2016   3 comments
ARM’s annual event was all about building and securing the Internet of Things with help from Softbank and little said about its server initiative.
LeEco is China’s Disruptive Hybrid
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10/20/2016   8 comments
China’s LeEco is coming to the U.S. with ultra low cost smartphones and smart TVs and an R&D center for them and their deep-learning online services.
Autonomy Isn't Just About Cars Anymore
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10/10/2016   1 comment
Autonomy Paris is an antidote to classic automotive fair, the Paris Auto Show. Autonomy reflects the yearning of those who prefer to live in cities, without the burden of owning cars.
15 Views from the Robot Frontier
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9/29/2016   Post a comment
The RoboBusiness conference showed industrial, service and educational robots and ingredients for them as well as an update on robotics research at NASA and DARPA.
EE Times Silicon 60: 2016's Emerging Companies to Watch
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9/19/2016   3 comments
Looking at hottest silicon startups, there's no doubt Internet of Things will have a revolutionary impact on how people can live their lives, but exactly how that will manifest itself in terms of components, software, platforms, legal and business models, is not yet clear.
MLCCs: Not Your Grandfather's Capacitors
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9/16/2016   Post a comment
Multilayer ceramic capacitor are considered basic technology, cheap and plentiful. Big shifts, though, have been made to improve the size, capabilities and cost.
10 Techniques for Creating Reliable FPGA Designs
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9/1/2016   13 comments
There are a number of techniques we can use to ensure the designs we implement within our FPGAs are capable of operating reliably.
19 Views of Hot Chips
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8/26/2016   1 comment
Machine learning, self-driving cars and novel sensors commanded significant attention at this year’s Hot Chips, reflecting a semiconductor industry moving fast in many directions.
19 Views of IDF16
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8/19/2016   Post a comment
This year’s Intel Developer Forum showed how the x86 giant is seeking ways to pump up and go beyond the PC with new platforms for machine vision, virtual reality, robots, drones and more.
14 Views from the Flash Summit
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8/12/2016   11 comments
The Flash Memory Summit showed shifts NAND flash and other persistent memories including 3D XPoint are making in arrays, accelerators and solid-state drives.
Top 10 Universal Projects Every Engineer Dreams Up
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8/4/2016   11 comments
Here's a list of common projects engineers and makers often think of to do: is one of your projects on this list?
10 FPGA Design Techniques You Should Know
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7/14/2016   21 comments
There are a number of universal design techniques with which FPGA engineers should be familiar -- here are some of the most important.
19 Views of Sensors Expo
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6/24/2016   1 comment
A walk around the Sensor Expo show floor revealed a widely diverse market of companies, technologies and markets seeking more integrated, lower cost components.
10 Summer Projects For Engineers With Too Much Time on Their Hands
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6/22/2016   1 comment
Literally hundreds of thousands of projects await engineers of all skill levels can accomplish over the summer with their free time that range from robotics to submarine ROVs and beyond.
15 Crowd-Pleasing IoT Product & Platform Wins
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6/16/2016   2 comments
Innovators are working hard to make the big predictions for the Internet of Things(IoT) market come true. In recent months, these IoT projects all received greater than 100% funding on their chosen crowd sourcing site.
A Peek at the Connected Car Platform Revolution
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6/15/2016   Post a comment
Connected cars are hot -- and there's potential to bring all sorts of other connected technologies into the ecosystem.
10 Ways To Program Your FPGA
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6/10/2016   21 comments
A space-science engineer lists 10 languages and programs for programming field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs), some tried and true, some brand new.
14 Bench Oscilloscopes Under $3000
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6/2/2016   7 comments
Here is a sampling of both digital and mixed-signal oscilloscopes with base prices under $3000. See the comparison table for links, specs, and prices.
17 Views from Imec Tech Forum
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5/27/2016   5 comments
The annual Imec Technology Forum provided insights on the silicon road map including the outlook for EUV and FinFETs as well as an update on the Internet of Things.
18 Views of an IoT World
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5/13/2016   4 comments
Established and emerging companies showed their latest ideas for the emerging Internet of Things at IoT World.
15 Kickstarter Wins Bringing Robots to the World
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5/12/2016   Post a comment
The seeds of huge potential of the robotics market can be seen in Kickstarter where campaigns bringing a variety of robotic technologies to market have invited a groundswell of support.
10 Favorite FPGA-Based Prototyping Boards
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5/10/2016   19 comments
Space science engineer Adam Taylor lists some of his favorite development boards for prototyping embedded systems.
Space Exploration Tempo Quickens
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5/9/2016   6 comments
After the lull and uncertainty that followed the end of the U.S. space shuttle program in July 2011, the pace of U.S. exploration of our solar system has regained momentum. A survey follows.
Infineon Sensor to Look for 'Dark Matter’
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4/27/2016   Post a comment
Silicon sensor chips made by Infineon are to be deployed at CERN, the world's largest particle physics research center, in the hope of proving the existence of dark matter.
15 Biggest Technology Wins on Kickstarter
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4/26/2016   2 comments
New technology gets people excited. A quick look at the Kickstarter funding platform proves it. Here's a look at the biggest wins, from personal 3D printers and inexpensive computers to smart bicycles and music players.
Electronics Supply Chain Can Thrive in Circular Economy
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4/19/2016   Post a comment
The electronics industry has a lot to contribute to creating a circular economy. This slide show takes a look at leading thoughts on the topic.
10 Top Tech Companies Poised For Massive Layoffs
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4/8/2016   3 comments
Tech workers across the nation may witness a massive pink slip parade this year, should one Wall Street analyst's prediction of more than 260,000 tech layoffs in 2016 come true. Here's at a look at the top 10 companies on his list and why they are there.
Google Preps for IBM, ARM Shift
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4/7/2016   3 comments
Google has ported much of its data center code to IBM Power and ARM server architectures and will co-design a server on the upcoming Power9 chip which will sport 24 cores and a new interconnect.
Nvidia Rolls Pascal, GPU Server
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4/6/2016   5 comments
Nvidia rolled out Pascal, a 16nm graphics processor with a 16 GByte memory stack and a new server packing eight of the chips.
Teardown: What’s New in the iPhone SE?
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4/1/2016   Post a comment
Teardown analysis performed by Chipworks concludes that many of the components found in the handset are the same as the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
Interesting Raspberry Pi Projects in New Pi Flavors
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3/30/2016   Post a comment
Although still too early to find a lot of RPi 3 projects, here is a mix of interesting Pi projects, some with new flavors of Pi.
Celebrating Women in STEM
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3/30/2016   1 comment
With an ever-increasing amount of talk about gender equality in the tech industry – and many company promises to increase gender and ethnic diversity among its staff – it is important to recognize those that overcame obstacles to success. Several of these women shared their diverse experiences with EE Times.
Top Robots for Farmers for 2016
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3/29/2016   6 comments
Agricultural robotics is the fastest growing robotic sector, rivaling factory automation with over 120 companies joining the fray, with the top 36 represented here in a unique slideshow.
APEC 2016: Top 10 Must-Have Innovations for Power Designers
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3/28/2016   Post a comment
The best products coming out of APEC may inspire you to get with the power program. Here are Planet Analog editor Steve Tarnovich's picks for 2016.
Teardown: Important Design Wins in Samsung Galaxy 7
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3/16/2016   3 comments
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 processor gets the headlines, but stacked chip CMOS image sensor from Sony might be the most noteworthy component of new flagship smartphone.
10 Rising Supply Chain Stars: Meet the Millennials Changing Electronics
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3/12/2016   Post a comment
ThomasNet and the Institute for Supply Chain Management (ISM) announced the winners of its 30 Under 30 Rising Supply Chain Stars Recognition Program--and the electronics industry is well represented.
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