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posted in May 2013
Europe adds to chip pilot line support list
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5/29/2013   Post a comment
The European Commission has added LEDs, power, MEMS and 450-mm to the list of chip manufacturing pilot lines it will support.
Girish Mhatre reflects on the early days of EE Times
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5/20/2013   4 comments
A former EE Times editor-in-chief ('82-'88) and publisher reflects on the days when Gordon Moore keynoted industry conferences and the home PC was a strange notion.
Ten percent of notebooks using touch screens
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5/16/2013   2 comments
Despite the sluggish uptake of Windows 8, nearly 4.6 million notebooks tapped into capacitive touch screen displays last quarter, a figure one market watcher sees rising.
Bell Labs group aims at 90% energy-saving in networks
Design How-To  
5/13/2013   2 comments
GreenTouch consortium claims the energy consumed by networks in 2020 could be reduced to 10 percent of 2010 levels while supporting large increase in traffic.
Memory, displays at risk if North Korea goes south
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5/7/2013   3 comments
South Korea is home to two-thirds of the world's DRAM production and half of NAND production.


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