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6|29|2015 A couple of years ago, I posted reviews on two graphic novel series -- Locke & Key by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriquez, and Preacher by Garth Ennis ...

6|29|2015 I remember when I was a kid at school and the teacher first taught us how to round numbers. The technique he taught us is known as arithmetic rounding, ...

6|26|2015 Well, it seems that there are ripples in the force, as it were, because I've recently been inundated with friends pointing me to this BBC article and ...

6|25|2015 One of my chums at the UK electronics and computing hobbyist magazine Everyday Practical Electronics (EPE) just shared a "Letter to the Editor" with ...

6|24|2015 Following my recent column on The Amazin' Amazon Echo... Echo... Echo, my co-editor on Embedded.com -- Steve Evanczuk -- has hurled himself into the fray.

6|24|2015 There's an old saying that goes: "It's not what you know; it's who you know." It's true. There's a lot I don't know, but I do know people who are "in ...

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Patrick Le Fevre

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New Architectures Target 5G Power Needs
Patrick Le Fevre
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While peak traffic conditions demand much in design and deployment, they are also fairly rare when most cells and access nodes will carry comparably less traffic much of ...

John Neuffer, President & CEO, Semiconductor Industry Association

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Back in the Drivers Seat on Global Trade
John Neuffer, President & CEO, Semiconductor Industry Association
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It’s no secret the semiconductor industry thrives on free trade. The customers, suppliers, and R&D providers chip companies rely on are located across the globe, ...

Max Maxfield

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Gobsmacking Graphic Novels
Max Maxfield
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A couple of years ago, I posted reviews on two graphic novel series -- Locke & Key by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriquez, and Preacher by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon.

Jim OReilly, Storage Engineer

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Smartphone Saturation Becomes OEM Conundrum
Jim OReilly, Storage Engineer
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Did you camp out overnight to buy the new iPhone? Did you rush to upgrade your Samsung Galaxy? The chances are that this year you didn't.  Phone sales are slowing and ...

Max Maxfield

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Rounding Algorithms Can Be Tricky
Max Maxfield
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I remember when I was a kid at school and the teacher first taught us how to round numbers. The technique he taught us is known as arithmetic rounding, also called ...

Lauro Rizzatti, Verification Consultant

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DAC Trip Report: Expanding EDA's Charter & Topical Hardware Emulation
Lauro Rizzatti, Verification Consultant
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As per tradition, Gary Smith kicked off the 52nd DAC June 7 in San Francisco, presenting his EDA industry forecast. Gary remarked that EDA is healthy at over $6 billion ...

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