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1|29|2015 OAKLAND, Calif. - Broadcom is nestled in a sweet spot between traditional cable companies and newer over the top (OTT) content providers, which are both battling ...

1|23|2015 SAN FRANCISCO - Imagination Technologies continues to diversify its bets beyond mobile games running on its graphics cores. The company showed a broad set of ...

1|20|2015 LAS VEGAS — Drone vendors got special exhibition space just for them at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, a testament to the public's growing interest ...

1|19|2015 SAN FRANCSICO -- Attend any industry event and you can sense a fast growing interest in accelerometers, pressure sensors, and spectrometers. As sensors ...

1|16|2015 LAS VEGAS — Shifting sands in China’s mobile market are likely to affect the leaders in the U.S. chip industry -- such as Qualcomm and Broadcom ...

1|14|2015 TORONTO - Last week's Consumer Electronics Show was rife with wearables and the most advanced televisions, but also was the launch pad for a number of memory and ...

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Alan Patterson

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Waving the Flag
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The U.S. is once again raising the flag against China for economic espionage in the electronics industry.

Karen Chow, Mentor Graphics Corp.

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Parasitic Extraction of FinFET-based Memory Cells
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The introduction of FinFETs at 16 and 14 nm nodes enables higher density and performance, and reduced power usage, but it also increases challenges in design and ...

Kurt Shuler

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It’s Time to Stop Kicking the EDA Dog
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As SoC designers, we are usually insulated from the back-end of the chip design process. We don't encounter the place and route and timing closure problems that must be ...

Martin Rowe

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Test Equipment Changes With Moore's Law
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During my 20 years at Test & Measurement World, I helped to publish the annual buyer's guide, which appeared in July. We'd start the process in February or so by choosing ...

Rick Merritt

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Intel, Altera, Moore...and Drinks
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Thanks to Imagination Technologies for hosting a heck of a dinner party at Silicon Valley’s new Levi’s Stadium. Top tech execs from HP, Juniper Networks and ...

Junko Yoshida

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Mao Zedong & Little Red Internet
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SHENZHEN, China — Most of us are reluctant to talk politics in business meetings. Obviously for foreigners visiting China, that goes double. In particular, ...

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Overview: Battle-hardened veterans of the electronics industry have heard of the “connected car” so often that they assume it’s a done deal. But do we really know what it takes to get a car connected and what its future entails? Join EE Times editor Junko Yoshida as she moderates a panel of movers and shakers in the connected car business. Executives from Cisco, Siemens and NXP will share ideas, plans and hopes for connected cars and their future. After the first 30 minutes of the radio show, our listeners will have the opportunity to ask questions via live online chat.
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Do You Have a Whey With Curds?
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I love reading funny and/or thought-provoking quotes in the signature sections of emails that come my way. In fact, I have four quotes as part of my own email sig as follows:

Bernard Cole

Happy Birthday, Claude!
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While recently reading The Information: a history, a theory, a flood, (Harper Collins, 2013) by James Gleick, I was reminded of something that I had almost forgotten: April 30 would have ...

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Cold Fusion: Alive & Kicking Without the Fusion
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The history of scientific discovery is littered with examples of "pathological science" -- an area of research where experimenters are tricked into accepting false results by a combination ...

Martin Rowe

Leonard Nimoy, We'll Miss you
Martin Rowe
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Like many of you, I was saddened to hear the news of Leonard Nimoy's death. His Star Trek character Mr. Spock was an inspiration to many of us who entered technical fields.

April 2015 Cartoon Caption Contest: The Mighty Hamster
April 2015 Cartoon Caption Contest: The Mighty Hamster
Of all the exhibits in the Pre-Apocalypse Era Museum, Breek was always in awe of the unearthed details and true-to-scale reproduction of a technological creation space that the long gone humans had once inhabited.
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