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NXP wants to give you money
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1/10/2011   15 comments
Today, the company has kicked off its contest and is looking for RF engineers and students to submit creative application ideas for RF power devices.
Three puzzles to ponder
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1/10/2011   39 comments
I’ve been thinking of a few puzzles that I’d like to share. Let’s start with a bit of an “old chestnut” just to get our brains oiled up and ready for action…
The ESL dilemma
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1/10/2011   1 comment
When ESL first started to emerge I knew it would apply here as well, but was unsure about the outcome. Would Mentor, Synopsys, and Cadence fall into insignificance?
From the Edge: Access literary treasures
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1/10/2011   Post a comment
I love books - the escape into other worlds, delving into minute details on a myriad of subjects and even the smell of ink and binding glue… I can't help be impressed by the British Library's news of a Smartphone app that allows access to world literary treasures via mobile devices and iPad.
Memory in 2011
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1/10/2011   1 comment
What will be the influence of the tablet PC market on memory? How will memory technology need to evolve to support a growing and changing market? Will the gulf between the needs for consumer/portable (tablet) PCs and servers get even wider?
The myth of parental controls
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1/8/2011   31 comments
Can you protect your kids from the perils of the internet with software alone?
Arizona State University to use adaptive learning technology
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1/7/2011   4 comments
Knewton’s Adaptive Learning Platform will be used to break down educational barriers and better prepare students for academic success
Video: Check out this Aiptek 3D digital camcorder
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1/7/2011   1 comment
Yesterday I posted an article / product review combo that talked about what is coming down the pike with regard to 3D televisions that don’t require special glasses. Well take a look at this 3D digital camera…
This is aaahhh, different...
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1/7/2011   7 comments
Sometimes when I think the world can’t get any stranger... it does. I just hears that Sega have started installing ‘Toylet’ games in mens’ urinals in Japan.
Windows on ARM: It's a whole new ballgame
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1/7/2011   14 comments
Mark January 5, 2011 as the date of the big PC earthquake in computing with social and industrial implications that will play out for the next decade.
Engineers retaliate with a PDP-11 OS hack
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1/7/2011   24 comments
Engineers get back at a co-worker with what is probably one of the first “shells” used on an operating system--that had a very unique purpose
One sad prediction for 2011
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1/7/2011   4 comments
As a Canadian, it's unpatriotic for me to say this, but I believe one unsuccessful product for 2011 will be RIM's PlayBook tablet.
EE vs. MD
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1/6/2011   5 comments
I read a surprising blog recently, elsewhere on the Internet, in which the writer contended that you are better off becoming an engineer than a physician, because (supposedly) the hours are shorter, the school debt is lower.
It’s unanimous: Debug biggest verification problem
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1/6/2011   3 comments
Sean Safarpour, CTO of Vennsa Technologies, moderated a panel on debug at last month's MTV 2010 workshop. The first question posed was: “Is debug the biggest problem in verification today?” Anticipating controversy, the audience braced itself for a back-and-forth debate from the panelist, only to find that the ruling of the panel was unanimous. Debug is the largest time and resource drain in the verification process today.
Those AC/DC modules: my, how you have shrunk!
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1/4/2011   9 comments
Going from linear to switcher designs has made a huge difference in size, but what about robustness?
Video: My Blackberry Is Not Working!
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1/4/2011   3 comments
This is classic old-fashioned, clean-fun, play-on-words humor that makes me grin from ear to ear.
Here’s a chance to win a dream home!
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1/3/2011   8 comments
I was watching one of those “house hunter” programs on the Home and Garden (HGTV) channel last night when I saw an advert to win the most amazing Dream Home.
Sometimes social networks (in vias) are not a good thing
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1/3/2011   3 comments
When measuring signal noise, it's important to be selective and data mine the most important terms.
Never slap a man who's chewing tobacco!
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1/3/2011   6 comments
Some say that Will Rogers – who died in a 1935 plane crash with his best friend, Wylie Post – was one of the greatest sages America has ever known...
Don’t talk to me about paraprosdokian sentences!
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1/3/2011   7 comments
I just now heard the term “Paraprosdokian Sentence,” which – I discover – refers to a figure of speech in which the latter part of a sentence or phrase is surprising or unexpected in a way...
CES for medical
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1/3/2011   1 comment
CES is becoming a place to find solutions for medical applications.
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