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Why Conflict Mineral Rules Improve the Supply Chain
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NASA’s Apollo program had the goal of putting men on the moon, but a lasting impact of the initiative was its multitude of spin-off technologies, from advances in ...

Ron Neale

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RRAM/PCM-Based Brain-Gates Emerge as New Components
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The possibility that MRAMs will be the memory technology of choice for persistent memory and be the preferred non-volatile DRAM replacement is real and something those ...

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What to Expect from 5G Wireless in 2017
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We're nearly two months into 2017 and 5G continues to capture headlines. At CES in early January, Qualcomm featured 5G prominently in their keynote, making it clear that ...

Rick Carlson, Verific Design Automation

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Focusing on Core Competency
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I’m hearing from different sources that investments in electronic design automation (EDA) and semiconductor startups are picking up around the globe and not just in ...

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The (Electronic) Pencil is Mightier than the Keyboard
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I feel like an old fool (but where are we going to find one at this time of the day?). I've long disparaged the use of styluses for the purposes of taking notes on my iPad ...

Brian Dipert

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Open Source: Not Pragmatic After All?
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I was pretty shocked when I heard, a couple of months back, that the OpenOffice software suite's current "owners," the ASF (Apache Software Foundation), were considering ...

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