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Friday Quiz: Data-Acquisition System IQ, Part 2
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Last week, we presented the first five questions on data-acquisition from a ten-question quiz written by Fred Molinari and Aaron Fishman in 1976. Those questions focused ...

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As I was driving into work this morning with a smile on my face and a song in my heart, I was listening to the National Public Radio (NPR) when someone being interviewed ...

Walden Rhines

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Will Semi Industry Consolidation Hurt Innovation, R&D Spending?
Walden Rhines
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In almost all years of semiconductor industry's history, research and development spending of the public semiconductor companies has increased. Only three years in the ...

Jacob Beningo

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Understanding Firmware's Total Cost
Jacob Beningo
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Innovation can be an exciting endeavor but on occasion management and developer decisions will optimistically estimate the cost implications for a project. That optimism ...

Max Maxfield

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Was Microsoft Built on Stolen Goods?
Max Maxfield
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Prior to the launch of the first IBM PC in August 1981, Microsoft had already established itself as the largest producer of computer language compilers and interpreters ...

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A Man, a Wife, a Boy, and a Pound of Ground Sirloin
Max Maxfield
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A few days ago I penned a column about a man and his wife, whose names were kept hidden to protect the innocent, by which -- of course -- I mean the man (see Trouble ...

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