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8|10|2017 Just a few minutes ago as I pen these words, I posted this blog about this month's Cartoon Punchline Competition over on EEWeb.com.

8|10|2017 We all need a little fun in our lives. One of the most popular diversions on EETimes, for example, is the monthly Cartoon Caption Competition. At the ...

7|6|2017 I am currently wearing my frowny face. Please forgive my strong language, but I am miffed. I might even go so far as to say that I'm somewhat peeved ...

7|5|2017 Hi there, I can't believe it's been a month since I wrote my Howdy Doody from EEWeb column. The idea was to let you know about all of the cool content ...

6|8|2017 Hi there, I just thought I'd send you a metaphorical postcard (the best sort) from EEWeb.com -- you know the sort of thing: "The water's warm. The ...

5|9|2017 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 ...

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Alix Paultre

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Looking Back at Yesteryear's Measurement Tools
Alix Paultre
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At the recent PCIM show in Nuremberg, I had the opportunity to peruse an assortment of antique electrical measurement tools at a sidewalk flea market (Fig 1). There were a ...

Kris Myny, Imec

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Flex Electronics Approach an Inflection
Kris Myny, Imec
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Flexible electronics are made by adding layers of suitable materials onto flexible substrates. In contrast to silicon chip processing, fewer steps are needed and the ...

Tobias Schle, Siemens

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API Paves Road for Multicore SoCs
Tobias Schle, Siemens
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Until roughly a decade ago, processors consisted of a single core. Performance increases were largely driven by frequency scaling. Since then, processor architectures have ...

Dylan McGrath

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Engineer Looks to Crowdfunding to Stoke Kids' Interest in Electronics
Dylan McGrath
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Joesph Broms, who has been working in software engineering in the medical field for 20 years, has developed a hardware design kit called ProtoBricks that uses bricks with ...

Rick Merritt

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Celebrating the Engineer
Rick Merritt
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I probably get at least a dozen pitches for new products every work day. It's rare any of them mentions the individual engineers and the a-ha! moments behind them. Instead ...

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