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Slideshow: Semi-autonomous features boost driver safety
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5/31/2013   1 comment
While self-driving cars grab headlines, semi-autonomous features are quietly working their way into production vehicles and boosting safety today.
Slideshow: A look back at electronic test, part 1
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5/30/2013   Post a comment
The first segment surveys state-of-the-art test equipment for the period from 1988 to 2000.
Slideshow: Ethernet yesterday, today and tomorrow
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5/28/2013   15 comments
The 40th anniversary of Ethernet unearthed old war stories, a couple poems, a robotic-assisted videoconferencing demo and talk of a big, insecure future.
Slideshow: Brilliant gadgets from hands of the young
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5/24/2013   Post a comment
We see Gadget Freak projects from all walks of life, but many of our most imaginative gadgets are created by budding engineers.
Slideshow: Maker Faire returns to Silicon Valley
News & Analysis  
5/21/2013   8 comments
Our man in Silicon Valley spent his Saturday afternoon taking in Maker Faire and here's a glimpse of some of the makers, robots, LEDs and whatnot he saw there.
Slideshow: Energy harvesters lift power from surprising sources
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5/20/2013   Post a comment
Researchers are coming up with new ways to harvest energy from sound vibration, footsteps, and even electromagnetic fields in the air.
Slideshow: Google I/O puts 7 platforms on parade
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5/17/2013   6 comments
At its annual developer's conference, Google showed advances across seven major platforms--Android, Chrome, Glass, Google+, Maps, Search and Google TV.
Slideshow: Astronaut sings Bowie in space
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5/14/2013   13 comments
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield's revised version of David Bowie’s Space Oddity, the first music video made in space, has rocketed him across the web.
Slideshow: The making of IBM's nano movie
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5/14/2013   Post a comment
12-atom memory, measuring at the nanoscale, and how a scratchy noise can be music to a researcher’s ears.
Slideshow: How knockoff nation mastered ecosystem
News & Analysis  
5/13/2013   58 comments
Da Fen Village, where replicas of Van Gogh, Rembrandt or Monet are mass-produced by Chinese artists and art students, represents everything that gives China a bad name: Knockoff nation.
Slideshow: Spotlight on Tutorials—Top 10 Industrial Control Tutorials for Q1
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5/8/2013   Post a comment
During the eight years I’ve been a DesignLine editor, the level of interest in tutorial articles has never ceased to amaze me.
Slideshow: Panasonic’s secret tech strengths beyond CE
News & Analysis  
5/6/2013   6 comments
CEO says the dwindling TV business isn’t going to save Panasonic. What does the Japanese company have up its sleeve for its makeover?
Slideshow: 2013 ACE Award Winners
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5/3/2013   Post a comment
EE Times and EDN honored the people and companies behind the technologies and products that are changing the world at DESIGN West.
Slideshow: Embedded vision group peers into future
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5/1/2013   Post a comment
Embedded vision and the OpenCV library for it are on the rise based on demos, talks and interest at an annual summit.


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