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Having fun with programmable logic
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11/5/2010   1 comment
You know how I often say ‘Have you done anything interesting recently with CPLDs or FPGAs or any other form of programmable logic? If so please tell me about it.’ Well someone did…
Space Log: Buzzing a comet
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11/4/2010   Post a comment
NASA's Deep Impact probe photographed Comet Hartley 2 during a dramatic encounter.
EE Times November Caption Contest - Vote Now!
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11/4/2010   1 comment
Please vote for your favorite caption now.
Windows 7 – Office 2010 – Visio 2010 – Arrggh!
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11/4/2010   1 comment
In which I come to grips with the ups and downs of migrating to Windows 7, Office 2010, Visio 2010, and a number of other applications that make my eyes water and my lower lip quiver…
Will IP use increase in forthcoming SoC design?
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11/4/2010   2 comments
If you wonder why SoC designers have such a nightmare using IPs delivered by 3rd parties, Piyush Sancheti of Atrenta highlights a few issues.
Is it time to get rid of Daylight Savings Time?
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11/4/2010   74 comments
Is "changing clocks" a useless holdover from a very different era?
Intel inside... China
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11/3/2010   2 comments
Intel's first fab in China is not the company's first foray into the offshoring of manufacturing, but the No. 1 chip maker continues to invest heavily in U.S. fabs.
New Computer – Windows 7 – Office 2010 – Eeeek!
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11/3/2010   3 comments
Due to an unfortunate sequence of events, I had only one day available to purchase a new computer and some core application software packages; this then is the tale of that fateful day…
The top-secret prototype that went missing
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11/3/2010   3 comments
How did a customer get his hands on a new, top-secret computer before its official release?
'Wasn't that a time!' The technology legacy of Ted Sorensen
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11/3/2010   1 comment
Although not a technologist, presidential advisor Theodore C. Sorensen had great impact on the technical achievements of the 20th century. In this video he talks about the decision to land a man on the moon.
EDA start-up puts 'design for debug' in the lexicon
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11/2/2010   1 comment
EDA startup Veridae Systems announced a tool to bring automation and a single user interface to SoC debug.
Election Day: A few questions on voting
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11/2/2010   6 comments
How can we create an elections process that's more efficient, with or without more technology?
Nov 2 webinar- LTE and the role of ATCA
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11/2/2010   Post a comment
Join the free webinar "40G and Beyond: Next-Gen Network Design with AdvancedTCA" on Tuesday, November 2, 2010 at 1:00 PM EST/10:00 AM PST.
Emulator, accelerator, prototype – what’s the difference?
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11/1/2010   3 comments
In a previous blog Brian talked about what makes a prototype unique, and said he would come back to the issue of emulators and accelerators… so here he is...
Space Log: Space station worth $100 billion?
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11/1/2010   5 comments
Ten years after humans started living on the International Space Station, many are asking whether the project was worth the estimated $100 billion price tag.
The case of the mismarked diodes
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11/1/2010   31 comments
Mismarked diodes create extra work for engineers and lead them to the conclusion that an engineer should never assume anything
Engineers analyze Mt Kilimanjaro climb data
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11/1/2010   1 comment
Engineers study the altitude and temperature data logged during the climb to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro
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