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Flash DIMMS Invade DDR3 Slots
News & Analysis  
7/30/2013   8 comments
Startup Diablo Technologies announced a chip that lets NAND flash ride on the DDR3 DIMM bus, enabling new memory applications.
The Blind Hacker Who Inspired Apple
Blog  
7/29/2013   38 comments
This is the story of a highly skilled young man's journey that spawned the true seed inspiring the creation of Apple.
Ethics in the Workplace
Blog  
7/29/2013   64 comments
Sometimes work can throw you an ethical challenge, and the right and wrong of it are not always black and white. That's when you have to step back and do some non-engineering thinking.
Intel Engineer Builds Social Networks
News & Analysis  
7/24/2013   24 comments
Ronak Singhal Likes top computer experts in big Web companies, incites debates among his Intel colleagues, and tracks 15 emerging competitors.
Pondering the Future of Ethernet
Blog  
7/23/2013   3 comments
Ethernet is headed many new directions at once, says the man who heads a 400GE task group and leads a trade group behind the technology.
T&M Turns to Open-Source, Kickstarter
News & Analysis  
7/22/2013   26 comments
A test-and-measurement startup is launching the open-source Red Pitaya project and credit-card-sized instrument board on its crowdfunding site.
Android, Microserver Face Time Ahead
Blog  
7/19/2013   9 comments
I want your questions as I prepare to meet Google's new Mr. Android and get a briefing on Intel's first 22nm microserver SoC.
RapidIO Nudges ARM Into Servers
News & Analysis  
7/17/2013   5 comments
The RapidIO Trade Association is developing reference designs for servers and switches, paving the way into the datacenter for ARM-based SoCs.
Startup Aims to Unsnarl IoT Code
News & Analysis  
7/17/2013   21 comments
WigWag plans open source software to ease to job of addressing devices using any protocol on the Internet of Things. It also described the innards of its home automation devices.
Infineon: Breaking Down Automotive Attacks
News & Analysis  
7/15/2013   32 comments
It takes more than a university paper, said an Infineon executive, to justify a business case for security among automotive OEMs.
How to Launch a Hardware Startup in 2013, Part 2
Blog  
7/15/2013   4 comments
Simon Barker tells us more about how to launch a hardware-oriented startup. We could be living in a golden age, so take your courage and your open-ource hardware in both hands.
Marketing in a Prototype World
Blog  
7/11/2013   10 comments
Better marketing and a soldering mask will do wonders for you when building prototypes.
London Calling: Google Doesn't Take Electricity for Granted
Blog  
7/3/2013   2 comments
Change is never essay, but the need to rework electrical distribution infrastructure to make it ready for smart grid operations presents a compelling reason we should.
Caveman Seeks Man Cave Upgrade
Blog  
7/2/2013   22 comments
At the risk of letting the whole world know I'm an utter Luddite cheapskate, I will open the kimono on the state of my digital home.
Mobile, Cloud Define New Comms Reality
Blog  
7/1/2013   1 comment
We’ve redesigned the Communications Designline to be a news-centric, blog-heavy hotspot for what’s happening in today’s mobile/cloud era.
On the Frontline in Brazil
Blog  
7/1/2013   4 comments
Brazil: A technology advisor witnesses first-hand the biggest protests in 20 years that swept the country.
Brocade's Chairman on the Future of Engineering, Communications
News & Analysis  
7/1/2013   5 comments
David House, chairman of storage networking giant Brocade and former Intel exec, shares his views on state of engineering and communications.


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