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posted in April 2012
NXP today: 'Practically a Chinese company'
News & Analysis  
4/30/2012   33 comments
Rick Clemmer, NXP’s CEO, said last week, NXP today is “practically a Chinese company.” NXP makes more money in China than in any other single country. Further, the Dutch company employs 8,000 people in China.
Silicon Labs Si3462 power-over-Ethernet controller
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4/12/2012   Post a comment
Silicon Labs' single-port PoE+ controller enables cost-effective, plug-and-play power sourcing equipment solution.
Photos from the frontier: The Internet of Things
News & Analysis  
4/11/2012   16 comments
We provide a few glimpses of the diverse frontier of electronics and distributed computing where networked sensors are finding new homes in an Internet of Things.
Solid-state drives jump on PCI Express
News & Analysis  
4/9/2012   7 comments
A coming wave of solid-state drives for the PCI Express bus will continue the SATA vs. SCSI protocol split and accelerate the shift to competition based on software.
Project Glass: The tyranny of user experience
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4/6/2012   17 comments
The announcement this week of Google’s Project Glass is an example of how the manta of the user experience can be pushed beyond what’s useful.


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