A Christmas in the Sierras Blog 12/28/2012 1 comment A handful of peers from Silicon Valley were among the 56 souls with whom I spent the Christmas holiday in an old ski lodge in the snow-crusted Sierras.
Oregon courts Azalea project, says report Blog 12/19/2012 3 comments Oregon could be seeking to bid against New York as the site for a wafer fab, according The Oregonian newspaper. The publication reports that Business Oregon, the state's economic development agency, is working with a company under the codename Azalea.
Dublin Calling: Intel Labs drives Digital Europe Blog 12/17/2012 Post a comment Intel's network of research labs in Europe now embraces more than 4,000 R&D professionals and has more than quadrupled in size since its formation in January 2009. The question that remains is: where is the return on investment for Intel and the benefit for Europe?
Meeting Zuckerberg and Mr. EUV Blog 12/13/2012 3 comments I learned a little something in brief encounters this week with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and the man I think of as Mr. EUV—two very unique men in black.
London Calling: Whither ST? Blog 12/12/2012 6 comments STMicroelectronics' plan to exit from its joint venture with Ericsson makes sense, but its 2013 timetable suggests selling ST-Ericsson will not be easy.
Pacemaker was born of a blackout Blog 12/10/2012 5 comments The event that launched the medical electronics era was, ironically, an electrical blackout, in Minnesota's Twin Cities on the night of Oct. 31, 1957.
IEDM goes deep on 3-D circuits Blog 12/10/2012 5 comments The development and implementation of 3-D circuit technology will again be thoroughly explored at this year's International Electron Devices Meeting.
A Book For All Reasons Bernard Cole1 Comment Robert Oshana's recent book "Software Engineering for Embedded Systems (Newnes/Elsevier)," written and edited with Mark Kraeling, is a 'book for all reasons.' At almost 1,200 pages, it ...