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Slideshow: Semi-autonomous features boost driver safety
Blog  
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
Design How-To  
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
News & Analysis  
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
Design How-To  
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
News & Analysis  
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
Blog  
5/14/2013   13 comments
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield's revised version of David Bowieís 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 researcherís 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 TutorialsóTop 10 Industrial Control Tutorials for Q1
Design How-To  
5/8/2013   Post a comment
During the eight years Iíve been a DesignLine editor, the level of interest in tutorial articles has never ceased to amaze me.
Slideshow: Panasonicís secret tech strengths beyond CE
News & Analysis  
5/6/2013   6 comments
CEO says the dwindling TV business isnít 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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Max Maxfield

Energizing the Young Engineers of Tomorrow
Max Maxfield
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It doesn't seem all that long ago when I was a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed young engineer. Now I feel like an old fool, but where are we going to find one at this time of the day (LOL)?

Jolt Judges and Andrew Binstock

Jolt Awards: The Best Books
Jolt Judges and Andrew Binstock
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As we do every year, Dr. Dobb's recognizes the best books of the last 12 months via the Jolt Awards -- our cycle of product awards given out every two months in each of six categories. No ...

Engineering Investigations

Air Conditioner Falls From Window, Still Works
Engineering Investigations
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It's autumn in New England. The leaves are turning to red, orange, and gold, my roses are in their second bloom, and it's time to remove the air conditioner from the window. On September ...

David Blaza

The Other Tesla
David Blaza
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I find myself going to Kickstarter and Indiegogo on a regular basis these days because they have become real innovation marketplaces. As far as I'm concerned, this is where a lot of cool ...