EE Times has launched its first iPad App, and we want to share it with you.
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The app takes our 40th anniversary special section
into the tablet world. The app enables you to dive deeper into the achievements of a group of Visionaries and Innovators
that make a difference in our electronics world.
Our app is part of Apple's Newsstand, a one-stop shop for every iPad user's reading materials, so this EE Times 40th celebration of achievements
will always be at your virtual fingertips. Download procedure
There are several ways to get at the EE Times 40th anniversary App.
You can go directly to the App Store link
If you're in iTunes
or the App Store, search for "EE Times 40th Anniversary
There's one additional step you may have to take if you've been using an iPad with an older operating system. You can still get and run the app. However, to make it appear in Apple's Newsstand, you'll need to have the current OS.
It is a two-step process. Before updating the OS, update iTunes, because only the latest iTunes supports the latest OS. Engineers get it. If you have trouble performing the update, ask anyone at home under 16 for help.
This APP is just the beginning. We'll be iterating, adding more content and features such as access to social networks.
Please send your feedback
to EE Times brand director Alexander Wolfe (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The multimedia content includes the following:
* Of Sand Dunes and the birth of the Silicon Valley
* Gordon Moore: Moore's Law goes biotech
* Neville Pattison protects passport privacy
* Steve Jobs: Guru of computing cool
* NI founders James Truchard and Jeff Kodosky: The human ties that bind
* Shuji Nakamura: Persistence pays off in engineer's blue LED quest
* Bill Gates: From DOS to PC domination
* Hello? It's Marty Cooper. Can you hear me?
* Elon Musk: Gazing at the stars
* Dennis Carter: Behind the Intel Inside campaign
* Gene Frantz: Digital signal processing visionary