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Google Unveils Modular Phone
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4/16/2014   Post a comment
Mod is back, according to officials from Google's Project Ara team. The module developers kit for the open source, build-your-own-phone was on display at the company's first Ara Developer's Conference, held April 15-16 at the Computer History Museum.
Registration Opens for Microchip's MASTERs Conference
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4/16/2014   Post a comment
This conference is a great chance to meet Microchip's subject-matter experts and their technical partners, and also to meet their distributor's FAEs, design partners, and other users.
Lattice Is Breaking the Rules With ECP5 FPGAs
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4/11/2014   Post a comment
The ECP5 FPGA family has been architected from the ground-up for high volume deployment.
DMM Shows Differences in Real, Fake & Good Substitute Apple Cables
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4/10/2014   2 comments
Tests show the invisible ways that knockoff cables are made, but name brand cable makers do a good job.
Opal Kelly's Pins Soothe the Pain
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4/9/2014   Post a comment
If you are using Opal Kelly modules in your designs, then the Pins application is going to make your life much easier.
The Man Behind pcDuino
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4/8/2014   7 comments
The pcDuino, a single-board computer, was a brainchild of Jingfeng Liu, ex-Marvell engineer. It started when Liu realized that Arduino hardware users don’t necessarily speak the same language as people working in the Linux software environment.
QuickLogic's Sensor Hub IDE & Dev Board Speeds Customization
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4/8/2014   Post a comment
The sensor hub IDE and development board support easy sensor bring-up, sensor algorithm development, and real-time board-level debug for quicker time-to-market.
New Saleae Logic Analyzer Family Combines Digital & Analog
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4/7/2014   18 comments
This new logic analyzer family from Saleae distinguishes itself from the original product line by incorporating analog measurement capabilities.
Electronics That Dissolve on Schedule
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4/4/2014   7 comments
The biggest trick in making circuits that dissolve is being able to control how long they stick around.
Microchip Announces New 8-Bit MCU Family at EE Live! 2014
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4/1/2014   1 comment
The integration of intelligent analog capabilities offered by the PIC16(L)F170X/171X family of 8-bit CPUs reduces system BOM cost and board real estate.
Top T&M News for April 1, 2014
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4/1/2014   4 comments
April 1 is traditionally a news day like no other, but some news from the test and measurement industry did appear.
Xilinx Introduces SDNet & 'Softly' Defined Networks
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3/31/2014   6 comments
Software Defined Specification Environment for Networking (SDNet) enables "Softly" Defined Networks.
Mentor Graphics Acquires Berkeley Design Automation
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3/24/2014   1 comment
Mentor Graphics hopes to broaden its customer base into the nanometer sphere with the purchase of Berkeley Design Automation, an analog, mixed-signal, and RF circuit verification company.
5 New Products Not to Miss at EE Live!
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3/19/2014   3 comments
We've highlighted five new products that you shouldn't miss at EE Live! in April. Here's a quick tour of what's hot.
Exclusive: Xiaomi Challenged
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3/19/2014   3 comments
Even for Xiaomi, the box business hasn't exactly been a cakewalk. The Chinese company had to scramble for a modicum of cooperation from parts and components suppliers.
Mentor's Xpedition: Putting More Power Into Your Mouse
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3/18/2014   5 comments
Out of all the new features, 'Sketch Routing' took my breath away. You have to see it to believe it!
Exclusive: Xiaomi Unboxed
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3/18/2014   19 comments
China's Xiaomi Inc., with no prior experience in the CE business, has picked up where Sony, Motorola, and Nokia left off and has blazed a path to survival in today's cutthroat consumer market.
Ex-Nokia Designer Leads Shenzhen Media Lab
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3/14/2014   8 comments
Ex-Nokia researcher based in Shenzhen knows something about Shenzhen, and about the city’s potential in the next 10 years. He’s betting on Shenzhen’s shift from the world’s low-wage factory to a global prototyping center.
UCSB Laser Research Paves Path for Next-Gen Silicon Photonics
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3/13/2014   Post a comment
Quantum dots grown on silicon can boost integrated laser devices, according to a new research paper from UCSB scientists.
Oscilloscope Interfaces: Somebody Listened to Me
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3/12/2014   27 comments
Finally, a traditional oscilloscope maker has made an oscilloscope that works like a smartphone or tablet.
Programmable RF Arena Welcomes 2 New Products
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3/11/2014   5 comments
Now engineers have a real choice with regard to bringing exciting new wireless products to market.
The Local Electronics Store
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3/11/2014   9 comments
Take a look at what you can find at a real electronics store.
Bacon-Scented Alarm Clocks
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3/10/2014   7 comments
What do you think? Is this real, or am I just a sucker for bacon?
Marvell to Launch IoT Maker Kit
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3/10/2014   17 comments
Marvell has rolled out Kinoma Create, the JavaScript-powered IoT construction kit. Peter Hoddie, Marvell's Kinoma vice president, described it as "a developer prototyping device that leverages our software work to open the 'maker' movement."
Active-Semi Announce Scalable Wireless Mobile Charging SoC Solution
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3/7/2014   5 comments
Have you used a wireless charger yet? If not, how long do you think it will be before you start counting this technology as a "must have" tick-box item on your checklist?
TI on Cloud 9 With Tiva C Series IoT-Capable LaunchPad
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3/7/2014   Post a comment
The world as we know it is about to change dramatically -- hold onto your hat -- it's going to be an interesting ride!
Xilinx Starts Unveiling 16nm UltraScale MPSoC Architecture
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3/6/2014   10 comments
In addition to UltraScale FPGAs and 3D ICs, Xilinx will be fielding a family of 16nm multi-processor SoCs (MPSoCs).
TI Tiva Series Slashes IoT Costs to $19
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3/6/2014   Post a comment
Texas Instruments' latest development board is a doorway to the Internet of Things for your average tinkerer.
Roll-up Digital Screens Now Closer to Reality
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3/6/2014   3 comments
Will you soon be able to roll up your tablet and put it in your pocket? New research suggests that roll-up, flexible screens are possible and even closer to reality than you think.
Microchip Expands 8-Bit MCU Portfolio in Multiple Directions
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3/6/2014   7 comments
Microchip has expanded its range of 8-bit MCUs targeted at safety-critical and high-precision control applications.
Intel Developing Reliance Point Security Technology
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3/6/2014   1 comment
Intel's Reliance Point technology, which allows the combining and collating of different databases, is in its early stages. The company is preparing to test the market with its offerings soon.
Vote: 6 STEM Programs That Matter
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3/6/2014   10 comments
Help us determine who will win the STEM Impact Award. Voting is open today through March 17.
New Cadence TimingVision Technology Speeds PCB Interface Design
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3/5/2014   Post a comment
TimingVision technology can speed the timing closure of high-speed PCB interfaces -- such as a DDR3 memory interface -- by 60% or more.
Radio Shack: Still Relevant for Neighborhood Engineers?
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3/4/2014   37 comments
Is the electronics retailer relevant as a local store? Where do you buy electronic parts?
See Test Equipment at EE Live! 2014
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3/3/2014   Post a comment
Every electronic component, subsystem, and system must be debugged, verified, and characterized. That means test equipment.
International Oscilloscope Week
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2/27/2014   11 comments
Oscilloscopes from three countries were announced this week. Here's a roundup.
Allied's 3 Gadget Smackdowns at EE Live! 2014
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2/27/2014   9 comments
The Gadget Smackdown at last year's conference was so popular that Allied Electronics is sponsoring three Smackdown sessions at EE Live! 2014.
Hot PCB, FPGA & MCU News From Altium
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2/26/2014   6 comments
Altium has just announced the latest version of Altium Designer along with TASKING compiler suite support for LC87 MCUs from ON Semiconductor.
NXP's New LPC1500 MCUs Streamline Motor Control
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2/25/2014   Post a comment
The vast majority of electric motors are horribly inefficient; MCUs like NXP's LPC1500 family help designers achieve precise speed and torque control, lower noise, and optimize motor efficiency.
Hawaiian Shirts to be Unofficial Garb for EE Live 2014!
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2/25/2014   31 comments
It would be my greatest wish come true to see the exhibition floor at EE Live! replete with Hawaiian shirts as far as the eye can see.
Freescale's Tiny Kinetis KL03 MCU Targets Internet of Things
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2/25/2014   12 comments
Smaller than a dimple on a golf ball, Freescale's new Kinetis KL03 MCU is currently the world's smallest 32-bit MCU based on ARM technology.
Pro Design Unveils proFPGA uno Virtex 7 FPGA-based ASIC/SoC Prototyping System
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2/25/2014   Post a comment
In addition to the proFPGA uno motherboard, various pluggable FPGA-based modules can be added as required.
FPGA Engineering Boot Camp at EE Live! 2014
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2/20/2014   Post a comment
This is the training course to attend if you want to know whether or not FPGAs should feature in your future embedded systems and products.
Go From Prototype to Production With Orbotix
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2/20/2014   1 comment
Orbotix co-founder Ian Bernstein shares his hard-won experience in taking a startup from prototype to production.
Slideshow: The Joy of Rotring
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2/20/2014   14 comments
Anyone who was involved in PCB or circuit diagram (schematic) drawing in the pre-computer era is very likely to know the Rotring name.
Silego Unveils Tiny GPAK3 Mixed-Signal FPGAs
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2/13/2014   9 comments
New GPAK3 devices allow designers to integrate up to 30 discrete and passive components into a single device in a tiny package (2mm x 3mm).
Altium & Rosenberger Help PCB Designers Save Time
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2/12/2014   Post a comment
Much like Rodney Dangerfield, when it comes to PCB design, connectors "don't get no respect!"
Micriµm's µC/Probe Is an Amazingly Cool Tool
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2/10/2014   21 comments
Using uC/Probe, you can monitor and modify the values of any variable, any memory location, and any I/O port on the fly while your application is running.
eSilicon's Multi-Project Wafer Quote System Now Includes Packaging Services
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2/10/2014   Post a comment
eSilicon has enhanced its automated, instant online quote system to include standard and custom package services.
What's a 6-in-1 Oscilloscope, Anyway?
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2/8/2014   14 comments
Tektronix is promoting a new 6-in-1 oscilloscope. Which 6 features do you think it will have?
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