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1|26|2015 SEATTLE - Next-generation touch controllers from Atmel combine two projective capacitance touch sensing technologies to improve performance in sub-optimal ...

1|26|2015 TOKYO -- Even if you are not a gamer (I’m not) and you’re irritated by those people who walk around rendered catatonic by a set of earbuds (I am), ...

1|23|2015 SEATTLE - Since the advent of the Arduino, a flood of low-cost development boards have become available to help speed and simplify embedded systems development. ...

1|23|2015 PORTLAND, Ore. -- Intel, Microsoft and Autodesk are quietly investing in "programming" living organisms -- potentially merging biology with electronics. However, ...

1|22|2015 PORTLAND, Ore. -- Any embedded device can made to recognize 3D gestures in mid-air, with the addition of the new GestIC from Microchip Technology Inc. (Chandler, ...

1|22|2015 TOKYO — Best practices for compliance to any standards start with documentation.

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