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16 Insights on ICs
1/29/2016   5 comments
At a talk in Silicon Valley semiconductor market guru Bill McClean predicted 4% growth in 2016 for the consolidating industry, but said China is a wild card.
15 New & Old Ports Emerge as Global Trade Players
1/20/2016   Post a comment
A variety of business and political factors are behind the emergence of ports that will be critically important to the supply chain by 2020.
IoT's Coolest Connections at CES
1/8/2016   2 comments
Internet of Things was on display at CES this year. We saw plenty of cool items for the home and family, but here are some of the more interesting entrepreneurial endeavors.
TechInsights' 5 Global Patent Trends for 2016
1/7/2016   Post a comment
Automotive technology convergence reminiscent of smartphone patent war era. TechInsights gives an insider's view of what to look for in patents in 2016.
Everything is Connected At CES Unveiled
1/5/2016   Post a comment
From advanced algorithms for virtual reality to 360-degree HD cameras and automatic bartenders, CES Unveiled showcased some far-out and expensive products for the person who truly wants everything connected.
Faraday Future: Fact or Fantasy?
1/5/2016   29 comments
Faraday Future, one of the most hyped tech companies before this year's Consumer Electronics Show, unveils its cool concept car and plans for factory in Nevada.
TSensors to Predict Natural Disasters
12/23/2015   8 comments
Omron Corp. has developed the components for a sensor network that covers the Earth, preventing disasters before they happen and keeping tabs on all of mother Earth to keep Her healthy and prosperous.
Co-Robots: Taiwanese Style
12/23/2015   Post a comment
Taiwan's budding co-robot industry is led by the International Center of Excellence on Intelligent Robotics and Automation Research (iCeiRA Lab), where many prototypes win international contests every year.
Creative SBC Projects That Make a Difference
12/22/2015   1 comment
we look at the more interesting projects aimed at enriching our lives in certain ways, whether it be helping make everyday living easier or allowing us to do something that is physically harder due to a disability.
IPSO Alliance Identifies IoT Innovators with Challenge Finalists
12/19/2015   Post a comment
The IPSO Challenge asked inventors and designers to look for new and innovative ways to use IoT technology to solve real-world problems.
'Silicon City' Calculates NYC Computer History
12/15/2015   Post a comment
An exhibit at the New York Historical Society digs into New York City’s computer engineering history from vacuum tubes and telegraphs to the 1964 World's Fair and beyond.
Analysts Predict CES 2016 Trends
12/11/2015   1 comment
The 2016 International CES will show evolutionary progress in a range of products from cars and drones to smart homes and wearables with a heightened focus on the impact of connectivity, said analysts.
Engineer's Holiday List: Stuff You Want But Were Afraid to Ask
12/8/2015   8 comments
Imagine you could get whatever tools you wanted for the holidays…. but only tools that assist in the pursuit of engineering. Quickly! What would you ask for? See, you weren’t ready. What are you going to do if this situation presents itself? Don’t worry, I have you covered. Take a look at this round-up of “ask-for-anything” gifts, so that you won’t be caught flat-footed.
A Day in the Life of Dextre
12/4/2015   2 comments
The Canadian-made robot on the International Space Station will unload the delivery of a new micro-satellite launcher, and since 2008 has helped ground control and astronauts get things done.
Ready for the Holidays? Tips for Supply Chain Success
12/3/2015   Post a comment
Preparing supply chain operations for the holiday can seem daunting, but the sooner companies implement some proven best practices, the more strategic value they can add the organization -- and avoid a potentially costly meltdown during the most wonderful time of the year.
Photos and Videos From NIDays Boston 2015
12/2/2015   2 comments
NIDays Boston 2015 is a one-day version of NIWeek. Here are photos and videos covering some of the exhibits seen on November 17, 2015.
Memory Advances HMC, HBM Gain Momentum
11/30/2015   4 comments
The path beyond DDR4 is unclear, which means there are opportunities for alternatives for Hybrid Memory Cube and High Bandwidth Memory to co-exist and gain traction.
5 Favorite STEM Programs for 2015 Tax Writeoffs
11/27/2015   3 comments
Support a needed restoration of our science history that teaches the next generation. Give to a STEM charity.
Meet The Startups From Wearable World Accelerator
11/24/2015   Post a comment
A handful of new wearable and Internet of Things companies were on display at Wearable IoT World Labs’ fall demo day last week. The local accelerator showcased eight companies in the wearable and automotive world in its downtown headquarters.
Stocking Stuffers for Electrical Engineers
11/23/2015   7 comments
Some serious engineering tools fit into stocking-sized spaces. Here are some engineering-related stocking stuffers for electrical engineers.
10 Early Stage Technology Innovations Point to Future
11/23/2015   Post a comment
Emerging technologies, including printed electronics, wearable technology, 3D printing, sensors, energy harvesting, electric vehicles and new advanced materials,are set to change the electronics market. Here's a look at 10 innovative embryonic technologies.
3D Printers Spit out Small PCBs
11/22/2015   6 comments
Two companies showed 3D printers that can make small printed circuit boards and others including Qualcomm showed advances in plastic electronics at an IDTechEx event here.
Top 10 Reasons Compliance Programs Fail
11/22/2015   Post a comment
While intentions may be good, many companies still struggle with compliance. Here's a list of the top ten pitfalls.
6 Supply Chain Trends Shaping Engineering & Manufacturing
11/17/2015   Post a comment
Complexity, global demand and new competitive threats are changing the engineering and manufacturing sectors. DHL’s latest report highlights six trends that will shape the future of the M&E sector.
11 Views of Hax Demo Day
11/13/2015   1 comment
Hax, the first of a crop of hardware startup accelerators, staged its seventh demo day, introducing a handful of new companies addressing the Internet of Things.
8 Views of Intel’s IoT Efforts
11/5/2015   Post a comment
A non-x86 MCU and a partnership with a small building automation company in Sweden were among a handful of insights into Intel's latest efforts to gain traction in the Internet of Things.
Test & Measurement Products: October 2015
11/1/2015   Post a comment
As expected, the deluge of new test products that started in September continued in October. Here are some products introduced in October.
Automotive Memory Market in High Gear
10/28/2015   Post a comment
Smarter cars with more complex infotainment systems are driving the need for denser, low power memories, including DRAM, SRAM and flash
13 Geekiest Halloween Costumes For 2015
10/27/2015   Post a comment
InformationWeek geeks want to help you get into the Halloween spirit while letting your geek flag fly. Check out our list, and let us know which costume you'll be wearing this Saturday.
Slideshow: BMW's Hybrid EVs
10/26/2015   9 comments
BMWs i3 and i8, their electric hybrid vehicles (EVs), are manufactured with windmill-driven green energy, use carbon-fiber bodies and are glued instead of bolted together.
Top 15 Supply Chain Universities
10/21/2015   Post a comment
Whether trying to find education to further an existing supply chain career, to gather skills to make a mid-career move into supply chain, or to start on the path to getting an undergraduate supply chain degree, prospective students have a wealth of options from which to choose. Here's a look at the favorites of hiring organizations.
8 Alternative Ways to Power a Laptop
10/21/2015   Post a comment
When the battery dies and there’s no outlet nearby, consider these other ways to power or recharge your laptop.
Saxony Leads Germany's Semis
10/16/2015   5 comments
The Saxony state ("federal district") in Germany is the country's central location for innovation. Here is an inside look at the institution.
Patent Office Opens in Silicon Valley
10/15/2015   Post a comment
The U.S. patent office officially opened a satellite branch in San Jose in an effort to reach out to engineers and entrepreneurs as well as recruit more examiners and patent judges.
Top 10 Single Board Computers From $9 to $569
10/14/2015   9 comments
Boards like the Raspberry Pi have been fighting for the spotlight for a while, as newer boards are released into the arena. One of these boards is only $9! Meet the newest boards that could inspire your next project.
10 Wearables That Want to Change the World
10/12/2015   5 comments
Unicef, ARM and frog teamed up to ask electronics designers worldwide to think creatively about how wearable technology could change the way people solve some of the world's biggest problems.
NASA: 11 Medical Advances You Never Knew Came From NASA
10/8/2015   Post a comment
NASA has contributed to medical treatments and knowledge more than one would think. Here's a slideshow of developments that you probably never knew came from NASA
11 Test Products Introduced in September 2015
10/1/2015   Post a comment
September bought numerous new test & measurement products to the market. Here's a sampling.
16 Deals Feeding Chip Biz's Merger Fever
9/30/2015   3 comments
The semiconductor industry has undergone an unprecedented wave of consolidation over the past 18 months, with both the volume and size of deals standing out even in an industry always been heavy on mergers and acquisitions. Here are 16 of the biggest deals.
7 Robots…At Your Service
9/26/2015   Post a comment
Service robots may be the next big thing according to entrepreneurs who showed their designs targeting a range of consumer and commercial uses.
2015 High-Tech Supply Chain Leaders by the Numbers
9/24/2015   Post a comment
Gartner's list of top supply chain leaders is rife with electronics and high technology companies and this slideshow calls them out by hame.
Manufacturing Survey Offers Hopeful Outlook
9/23/2015   Post a comment
A new benchmark survey found that the small and mid-market manufacturers are optimistic about the future, but still are concerned about controlling costs and finding skilled workers in order to ensure the bright outlook.
16 Insights on ICs
9/22/2015   5 comments
The semiconductor market has settled into a slow-growth mode for the foreseeable future but tech disruptions are coming, said IC Insights.
8 Smart Cities: A Peek At Our Connected Future
9/18/2015   Post a comment
Cities around the world are using technology to improve the lives of their citizens. See what puts these eight communities ahead of the curve.
NASA Robots Proliferate
9/17/2015   Post a comment
NASA is perhaps the world's most prolific maker of robots for all kinds of purposes, from its Mar's Rovers for gathering information to astroid bots capable of handling nuclear payloads to obliterate the ones destined to hit the Earth.
10 Kickstarter Projects that Promote Space Exploration
9/14/2015   2 comments
Space, the final frontier, seems to evoke creativity and spark interest. These top performing Kickstarter projects provide a sample of what the best and brightest have developed and gotten funded.
8 Trends in Test & Measurement
9/10/2015   1 comment
Without test and measurement, the least glamorous category in electronics, every other category in the field literally fails. Here are 8 trends in test.
Wi-Fi @ 25: A Look Back
9/10/2015   7 comments
On the 25th anniversary of the first IEEE 802.11 meeting, we take a look back with some of the pioneers of what became Wi-Fi
9 Secrets to Being the Good Cop of Vendor Relationships
9/10/2015   Post a comment
I was brought up to respect my elders and be polite and I have tried to maintain a courteous approach throughout my life. Sometimes, though, when I observe the relationship between purchasers and their outsourced vendors, I wonder how we can move courtesy from a perceived luxury to a must have relationship tool.
EE Times Silicon 60: 2015's Startups to Watch
9/8/2015   2 comments
EE Times adds 30 recently formed companies to its Silicon 60 list for 2015.
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