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Voice interfaces gain in info appliances
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5/31/2000   Post a comment
The dominant user interface for 21st-century computing may well be voice, and it is coming soon.
Blood on the floor
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5/24/2000   Post a comment
A little less cynical these days, Steve Ohr offers new perspectives on programmable analog devices
Starters and Nonstarters
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5/9/2000   Post a comment
With millions of cell phones, PDAs and portable computers to power, voltage regulators are the hottest segment of the standard linear business. Yet Steve Ohr sees a couple of market missteps on the power-management scene.
High-performance interconnect sought
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5/8/2000   Post a comment
The rapid evolution of the Internet, including the introduction of intranets and extranets, has created an insatiable demand for higher-speed underlying networks.
CompactPCI leads high-availability push
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5/8/2000   Post a comment
The telecommunications industry is in the midst of a massive change. In an effort to keep pace with the unprecedented traffic generated over the Internet, the industry is moving from monolithic, proprietary platforms to a standards-based approach.
Secondary bus a key design choice
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5/8/2000   Post a comment
Several alternative bus architectures exist in the high-performance embedded computing arena. PCI, VME and VME's secondary buses are a few of the current options, and new contenders have emerged on the horizon in the form of Infiniband from Intel and RapidIO from Motorola.
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