The Self-Driving Car Will Watch Your Every Move
Davide Santo 1 comments
Automakers are jumping at the prospects of delivering affordable autonomous mobility -- many already pledging self-driving vehicles by 2020.
Probing the PICAXE, Part 3
David Ashton 3 comments
In part 1 of this mini-series, I provided an overview of the PICAXE system and did some BASIC programming of my chip. In part 2, we looked at using the simulate" and debug ...
The History of Programmable Logic Technology
Max Maxfield 19 comments
I don't know about you, but I love to hear about the history of "stuff" -- including where things came from and how they came to be the way they are, especially when it ...
Making a $3 SRF04 Ultrasonic Sensor Act Like a $55 SRF08
Duane Benson 13 comments
On the off-chance you haven't heard by now, our fearless EE Times Editor, Max Maxfield, is building himself an Arduino-based robot.
Mobile Phone Evolution Needs a Zippier Name
Michael Violette 2 comments
The mobile phone industry has made amazing things happen in the past dozen years. The hectic
pace of development has had a backward-looking perspective when we try to ...
Introducing CERN's Open Hardware Repository
Javier D. Garcia-Lasheras 12 comments
In this column, I would like to introduce you to one of the most important open science-related projects I've ever found. The reason I say "most important" is not due to ...
X || A vs. X & A (Using FPGAs From Multiple Vendors)
Brian Durwood 7 comments
Humorous disclaimer: Many of us in the FPGA ecosystem are like the children of divorced parents. May I state up front that I like A (Altera) and X (Xilinx) equally, and I ...