Power Management DesignLine Blog
1/20/2010 1:36 PM EST
Last week there seemed to be a mini-media feeding frenzy about a story of a product design student who had claimed to have designed as part of her final university project a 'greenphone' which was powered by Coca-Cola.
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1/13/2010 7:13 AM EST
The widespread adoption of fully electric vehicles still seems to need the impetus of a technology breakthrough if it is going happen by 2020.
post comment 2 comments last comment ReneCardenas
However you are moving the polution from one place to another, there is not such thing as ...
1/4/2010 8:36 AM EST
The new decade has dawned and it promises to be a big one for the power management sector.
11/9/2009 5:39 AM EST
In a month when everyone is remembering the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall I had an interesting conversation with a senior sales executive of a leading European battery maker.
10/28/2009 9:43 AM EDT
What is guaranteed to ensure sleepless nights - new baby or the development of a new Power Management IC?
10/27/2009 8:30 AM EDT
Power and its management are the common denominators cutting across all electronic systems and circuit designs, analog or digital.
10/3/2009 12:19 PM EDT
The French government has unveiled plans to invest 1.5 billion euros on infrastructure measures to support its desire to see two million electric and hybrid cars on French roads by 2020.
9/14/2009 5:50 AM EDT
A recent poll of EE Times Europe readers, which represents a good sample of electronics design engineers, canvassed what they thought would offer the best energy-saving return on R&D.
post comment 2 comments last comment sfpietri
The calculation used actually 50 meters for light penetration as infrared light penetrates deeper, ...
7/22/2009 5:23 AM EDT
Japan's third-largest automaker, Nissan Motor Co., announced this week that the company will invest almost $700 million to build two plants in the U.K. and Portugal to produce lithium-ion batteries for electric cars.
6/1/2009 1:44 PM EDT
It is going to be interesting to see whether Google's new real-time communication platform, Google Wave, is going to finally spark some interest in engineers and gain acceptance as a useful development tool.
post comment 1 comment last comment MurphysLaw
I watched the demo, and my first thought was that this tool could easily be adopted to on-line code ...