Bugs Be Gone!
Design How-To 11/29/2012 Post a comment
Smarter debug and synthesis techniques will help you isolate errors and get your FPGA design to work on the board.
GAO’s laser source detects fiber faults
Product News 11/29/2012 Post a comment
Aiding the installation and maintenance of optical networks, the Model C0280003 handheld laser source from GAO Instruments emits a visible red light at a wavelength of 650 nm to identify the location of fiber macrobends, breaks, problem connectors, and improperly aligned mechanical splices.
Is Renesas Mobile's LTE gambit paying off?
News & Analysis 11/29/2012 9 comments
It's been a tough year for mobile chip vendors like Renesas Mobile. Without a design win in Apple or Samsung smartphones, Renesas and other have no other volume sockets to go after.
You too can be a "Layaway Santa"
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog 11/28/2012 Post a comment
I think this is a jolly good idea, and that any of us with a few extra dollars in our pockets should think seriously about spreading a little cheer.
Thinking about Gift Cards? Think again!
Programmable Logic DesignLine Blog 11/28/2012 3 comments
I'm not sure if all of these issues are true in every case, but I will absolutely be reading the fine print before shelling out any more of my hard-earned cash.
3-D printing electronic devices...that work!
The Engineering Life - Around the Web 11/28/2012 8 comments
Scientists at the University of Warwick say they have invented a simple and inexpensive conductive plastic composite able to work in even today’s low-cost 3-D printers.
Thought-controlled arm helps amputees
Design How-To 11/28/2012 1 comment
Max Ortiz Catalan of Chalmers University (shown) is developing a robotic arm that can be controlled by thought. The first operations on patients are due to take place over the winter.
GM's Chevrolets first to get Siri
The Engineering Life - Around the Web 11/28/2012 1 comment
The firm made the announcement at the Los Angeles International Auto Show on Tuesday, saying it would be the first of nine car makers to adopt Apple’s talking butler service, starting with the Chevrolet Sonic LTZ, RS, Spark 1LT and 2LT.