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Martin Rowe

Engineer’s Bookshelf
"The Hardware Hacker" Will Open Your Eyes
Martin Rowe
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"The Hardware Hacker: Adventures in Making and Breaking Hardware" by Andrew "bunnie" Huang. No Starch Press, San Francisco, Calif. www.nostarch.com. Price: $29.95 ...

Sameh Boujelbene

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400G Deals Winning Hand for Data Centers
Sameh Boujelbene
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As 2017 unfolds, cloud service providers are entering a mega-upgrade cycle driven by the increased demand for capacity and aging infrastructure. This cycle has triggered a ...

Patrick Mannion

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Embedded Systems Editor Bernard Cole Passes Away
Patrick Mannion
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Bernard Cole — embedded industry expert, writer, author, and EE Times/Embedded.com editor — passed away peacefully last weekend after fighting lung cancer.

Ron Neale

Blog
DNA, the Ultimate in Data Memory
Ron Neale
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The their latest work, published in Science magazine, Yaniv Erlich and Dina Zielinski from Columbia University and the New York Genome Center, mixed some clever ...

Martin Focazio

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Lessons That Carmakers Can Learn from the Mobile Industry
Martin Focazio
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The idea that vehicles — self-driving, human-driven, or some combination of the two — will have internet connectivity is a foregone conclusion.

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Martin Rowe

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

Max Maxfield

Webinar: What's Happening in Embedded Space?
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Have you ever stopped to wonder about everything that's happening in Embedded Space (where no one can hear you scream)?

Adam Carlson

The Heart of a Soldering Station
Adam Carlson
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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?
Max Maxfield
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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 ...