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Carbon Nanotubes: Been There, Done That?
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, IDTechEx
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Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) were once the favorite "new kid on the block." They appeared poised to become a revolutionary material that transformed countless industries and ...

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If You Could Have the Ideal Programmable Logic Device, What Would it Be?
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I just received an interesting email from my chum and colleague Martin Rowe, who is the Editor for the Test and Measurement Designline. It seems that Martin has been ...

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Sensor Expo Highlights Energy Harvesting
Steve Ohr
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Applications such as bridge vibration monitors, HVAC heating ducts for smart buildings, Cross-Canada hot oil pipelines all involve replacing batteries that could be ...

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Samsungs 3D V-NAND 32L vs 48L--Just Vertical Expansion?
Jeongdong Choe
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Samsung has mass-produced their 48-layer (48L cell gates in a NAND string, named 3rd generation) 3D V-NAND chips for SSD (solid state drive) applications such as SSD T3 ...

Rick Merritt

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Silicon Valley Becomes U.S Ambassador
Rick Merritt
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Silicon Valley’s entrepreneurialism can be the heart of a positive foreign policy. U.S. President Barack Obama came to Stanford University today to speak about it ...

Max Maxfield

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A (Good) Picture is Worth 1,000 Words
Max Maxfield
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I know I'm starting to moan and groan like a curmudgeonly old man*, but young folks today really don't know how lucky they are and how much the world has changed with ...

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