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Motion control set to transform next generation consumer devices
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3/3/2011   19 comments
Motion sensing and control is clearly going to be the enabling technology for a whole new generation of consumer devices, just how easy is it to implement in practice?
Backups – don’t forget your email!
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3/3/2011   3 comments
With regard to my previous blog about backing up my data and synchronizing it across multiple machines, one thing I forgot to mention was my emails.
Dropbox – the best way to backup and synchronize your data
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3/2/2011   22 comments
For me, Dropbox has proved to be a perfect solution - the fact that my data files are automatically backed up and synchronized across all of my machines is worth its weight in gold!
SmartDraw – The Visio Killer?
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3/2/2011   40 comments
If you need to create professional-looking drawings and flowcharts and other diagrams for use in articles and presentations and suchlike, then maybe SmartDraw is the program for you.
Need a really stable portable clock? Think atomic
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3/1/2011   9 comments
As the new decade gets underway, designers of military hardware have a new tool in their component toolbox— portable atomic clocks. Ultra-stable timekeeping can be critical for battlefield communications, IED jamming, navigation, and tactical UAVs, among other applications. A truly portable atomic clock would be a real plus in these applications.
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