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elctrnx_lyf   3/28/2014 5:02:38 PM
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Sounds like a huge break through. This could pave way for low power high end phones in future.

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R_Colin_Johnson   3/28/2014 5:56:04 PM
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Many companies have been working on MEMS switches over the years--and some, like TeraVicta, have bit the dust--but if GE's MEMS switch works as advertised, their era could finally be here.

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_hm   3/30/2014 8:51:28 AM
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This product will have dual use. It can be very useful for defence electronics.

 

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bart.plovie   4/3/2014 6:21:16 PM
First see, then believe. Claiming a device can switch a certain amount of power is a bit of a joke in my opinion unless you mention the test conditions, because certain manufacturers would *cough* never dare *cough* to dip their devices in liquid nitrogen for such tests.

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seaEE   4/6/2014 12:19:11 AM
Thomas Edison would be proud, as his spirit of inventiveness and innovation is still being carried forward. 



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