How is the supply chain evolving? You tell us. We need your help!
The supply chain is undergoing quickening change as technology continues to help us optimize various aspects of it along the way.
Additionally, the global economy increasingly survives on the oxygen of the supply chain -- so much so that seemingly small disruptions have enormous ripple effects.
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EE Times reproduces a quiz that originally appeared in EDN in 1976. This week, we cover questions 6-10 of the original printed article.
Has the semiconductor industry finally reached the level of maturity that requires reduction in R&D spending to continue growing earnings as revenue growth slows? Maybe it does.
In the make-versus-buy thinking for embedded firmware, be sure to understand the total cost of ownership.
The rumor that Microsoft copied DRI's CP/M operating system and sold it to IBM as MS-DOS is getting a new hearing. Software forensics expert Bob Zeidman will reveal new findings from his examination of previously unavailable source code.
Vendors are making slooooow progress toward interoperable environments for the consumer Internet of Things.
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