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1|11|2017 LAS VEGAS – Name the top five semiconductor companies in the automotive electronics market today.

1|11|2017 LAS VEGAS — "5G will have an impact similar to the introduction of electricity or the automobile, affecting entire economies and benefiting entire ...

1|7|2017 LAKE WALES, Fla. — Every sensor and wireless chip maker is edging into the Internet of Things (IoT) market, one of the fastest growing international ...

1|7|2017 LAS VEGAS — With its processor cores installed in practically every automotive chip used in vision SoCs, sensor fusion ICs and secure microcontrollers, ...

1|7|2017 LAS VEGAS — Continental Automotive, an old-line tire company, is among a host of car suppliers at the Consumer Electronics Show, trying to get traction in ...

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The security review has several motivations. For example, it aims to reduce the risks that network equipment or services may be controlled, interfered or interrupted, or ...

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As I pen these words, it's the start of National Engineers Week here in the USA. This celebration of engineering heroes takes place the week that encompasses George Washington's birthday ...

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Aluminum electrolytic capacitors fail. It's what they do. That's the bad news. The good news is that when aluminum electrolytic capacitors fail, they're easy to spot. That was the case ...

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Amazing as it may seem to many techno-geeks, there are still quite a few folks who either haven't heard of Minecraft, or who have heard the term, but aren't really cognizant as to what it ...