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1|13|2017 LAS VEGAS — In the midst of the glitzy keynotes, the media feeding frenzy and a lot of amped-up floor noise all focused on autonomous cars, it isn’t ...

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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Sanjay Pillay

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Chip Design Takes on Functional Safety
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Since the dawn of the compute era, the trifecta of power/performance/area (or PPA as we have come to know it) dominates the discussion of any new chip. Together, they ...

Tien Shiah

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The Competitive Advantage of NVMe SSDs in the Data Center
Tien Shiah
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We are in the midst of a remarkable electronics era, where consumers are seeking immediate delivery of services, including data access. Companies that can rapidly distill ...

Kevin Krewell

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AMD Goes Epyc for Data Centers
Kevin Krewell
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The key for AMD to return to more robust profitability is to move into more profitable segments of the industries that it already is in and reenter the server market. To ...

Junko Yoshida

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Waymo-Lyft Tie Opens Door to 5 Questions
Junko Yoshida
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Lyft, a ride-service company, is trumpeting the partnership with Waymo, the self-driving car unit of Google’s parent company Alphabet, but no one in the newly ...

Bill Schweber

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Li-ion Battery Pack Tests: Easier Said Than Done
Bill Schweber
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Now that much of the attention, commentary, and even jokes by late-night hosts regarding the dangers of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone battery pack have faded from ...

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Crazy Cartoon Punchline Competition on EEWeb.com
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I don't know about you, but I love cartoons. In the old days of print magazines, when the new issue of EDN landed on my desk, the first thing I did was flick through the pages to find the ...

Martin Rowe

"The Hardware Hacker" Will Open Your Eyes
Martin Rowe
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"The Hardware Hacker: Adventures in Making & Breaking Hardware" by Andrew "bunnie" Huang. No Starch Press, San Francisco, Calif. www.nostarch.com. Price: $29.95 (includes e-book if ...

Adam Carlson

The Heart of a Soldering Station
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Recently, my current soldering station, which has served me well for many years, started to have issues with its heating element. Just as I started to look at my options of upgrading, ...

Max Maxfield

What Are the Best Engineer-Based T-Shirts?
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A few days ago, for reasons unknown, my wife (Gina the Gorgeous) explicitly told me that I must not write a column saying that, as part of our New Year's Resolutions, we now get up at 5:30 ...

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