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Slideshow: Solar plane warms up for U.S. tour
News & Analysis  
3/29/2013   10 comments
The sun-powered Solar Impulse aircraft will barnstorm America this summer while a next-generation design is in works to circumnavigate globe.
Controller enables real-time monitoring, process control through web browsers, mobile devices
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3/28/2013   Post a comment
Lantronix has launched xSenso controller, an industrial analog I/O server for process control and automation markets.
What is the future for Network-on-Chip?
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3/28/2013   Post a comment
Sonics recently conducted a survey to find out what people are looking for in commercial on-chip networks...
Nvidia R&D chief sketches road to chip stacks
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3/28/2013   6 comments
Organic substrates with new I/O techniques could pave the road to a 2.5-D chip stack for Nvidia, said Bill Dally in exclusive interview with EE Times.
Adafruit's Perma-Proto connection kits for Raspberry Pi prototypers
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3/26/2013   Post a comment
Adafruit’s Perma-Proto for Pi Breadboard PCB Kits are 100% compatible with Pi Cobbler.
Slideshow: Nvidia Pictures Graphics Future
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3/25/2013   7 comments
Stereo 3-D was one of many apps ranging from car infotainment to cloud clusters--and yes, gaming--at Nvidia's annual Graphics Technology Conference.
Cheap mixed-signal ASIC as easy as FPGA
Blog  
3/25/2013   1 comment
How will you make that complex analog/digital circuit in volume?
Android notebook's time may be close
Blog  
3/22/2013   7 comments
Google might score a coup de grace against Microsoft’s Windows with an Android notebook and stave off Mozilla with a Chrome OS handset.
Development board provides eGaN driver to speed designs of high frequency switching power conversion systems
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3/21/2013   Post a comment
Efficient Power Conversion Corp. has introduced the EPC9010 development board to make it easier for engineers to start designing with a 100 V enhancement-mode gallium nitride field effect transistor.
M2M deal keeps tabs on cargo
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3/21/2013   Post a comment
Deutsche Telekom has signed a multimillion dollar deal with cargo monitoring service provider Arviem based on machine-to-machine communication over the cellular network.
Slideshow: Intel rising in embedded systems
Design How-To  
3/20/2013   20 comments
Intel is on the rise in embedded systems while DSPs are on their way out. Graphics and ARM chips are just getting started.
6 more sessions I’d like to see at DESIGN West
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3/19/2013   3 comments
I hope to hear talks on a Google OpenFlow router, a class on the new patent laws—oh yes, and a networked trash can and a wireless beanie network.
Nvidia's road map drives graphics, ARM into the enterprise
News & Analysis  
3/19/2013   4 comments
In a shot at Intel, AMD and its mobile competitors, Nvidia showed a road map for merging graphics, ARM cores and memory using FinFETs and 3-D ICs.
Silicon photonics to take center stage at optical event
News & Analysis  
3/18/2013   4 comments
Kotura will show a silicon photonics module, one of a wave of new products driving down 100G connections, at OFC/NFOEC this week.
Why Cisco needs a new strategy
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3/18/2013   4 comments
Cisco needs to get more agnostic to fix its strategy for software-defined networks and the Internet of Things.
Cisco sees $14 trillion opportunity in IoT
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3/14/2013   27 comments
The Internet of Things is front and center on Cisco’s technology radar, said executives at the networking giant’s annual press event.
'RFduino' joins open-source RF movement
Design How-To  
3/14/2013   1 comment
Nordic Semiconductor and startup Open Source RF have announced the release of the RFduino, an Arduino-compatible board to support prototyping of Bluetooth v4.0 applications.
Quanta's growth boosted by second-tier cloud providers
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3/12/2013   3 comments
Taiwan’s Quanta reported it made 1.2 million servers last year, mainly for large data centers, with growth driven in part by a new tier of cloud service providers.
Slideshow: Y Combinator hackathon's prize-winning designs
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3/8/2013   24 comments
An Internet Toaster, two pair of faux Google glasses and two novel electronic gloves emerged from a hackathon organized by Upverter and hosted by Y Combinator.
Remote controller handles hundreds of functions with just four buttons
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3/5/2013   Post a comment
Z-Wave.Me, a member of the Z-Wave Alliance, has developed the Key Fob (KFOB), a compact universal remote controller for use in smart homes and businesses that is able to control hundreds of options with just four buttons.
Embedded wireless device server speeds serial-to-Wi-Fi connectivity
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3/5/2013   Post a comment
Lantronix has launched the xPico Wi-Fi module, a 24x16.5mm embedded wireless device server designed for easy and fast serial-to-Wi-Fi connectivity.
8 Hacks to Watch at Design West's Black Hat Summit
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3/5/2013   3 comments
You can learn to hack into someone’s car or smartphone, build an underwater vehicle or tele-presence robot among the interesting DIY projects at Design West 2013.


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Make This Engineering Museum a Reality
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Vincent Valentine is a man on a mission. He wants to make the first house to ever have a telephone into a telephone museum. Without help, it may not happen.

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Making the Grade in Industrial Design
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As every developer knows, there are the paper specifications for a product design, and then there are the real requirements. The paper specs are dry, bland, and rigidly numeric, making ...

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