400+ Year-Old Word Processor Blog 12/6/2013 33 comments Wouldn’t it be amazing if one could peer back through the mists of time and really know who did what to whom&helllip;, when&helllip;, and why&helllip;?
China's LTE Bid Good for Apple Blog 12/4/2013 4 comments The Chinese government licensed its three big carriers for LTE, opening a door to more sales for Apple and a handful of China and US chip makers.
Fire in the Hole Blog 12/3/2013 30 comments Suffice it to say that Max Maxfield's son, Joseph, is no longer a fan of self-cleaning ovens.
Atmel & the Art of Touch Blog 12/3/2013 18 comments XSense is a high-performance, highly flexible touch sensor on extremely bendable, flexible plastic, allowing engineers to design devices with curved surfaces.
November's Caption Contest Winners Blog 12/2/2013 2 comments November is always a hectic month, but that didn't stop the comedic forces of the EE Times readership from commenting on our monthly caption contest! Here are the winners of the November caption contest.
On Space, Gravity & Gratitude Blog 11/27/2013 20 comments The movie Gravity is a decent two-hour diversion for the holidays, but there are more delightful distractions that are more science and less fiction.
Earth to EE CEOs: Know When to Delegate Blog 11/26/2013 4 comments You're an electrical engineer turned entrepreneur morphing into a chief executive officer. Learning to delegate is a skill that may keep your business alive -- and you (and the people around you) out of the madhouse.
Blog Doing Math in FPGAs Tom Burke 15 comments For a recent project, I explored doing "real" (that is, non-integer) math on a Spartan 3 FPGA. FPGAs, by their nature, do integer math. That is, there's no floating-point ...