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8|1|2014 As of today, the Electronic Measurement Group of Agilent Technologies is now operating as Keysight Technologies. For the time being, Keysight will operate as a ...

7|31|2014 TOKYO — Panasonic outperformed the forecasts of most analysts and reported on July 31 a 28 percent increase in operating profit for the latest April-June ...

7|31|2014 If you can figure out how to shrink the functionality of a kilowatt-scale power inverter into a device the size of a laptop -- i.e., design a device that is ...

7|30|2014 Amidst the decline of conventional illuminants like incandescent bulbs and fluorescent tubes, the lighting manufacturer Osram announced plans to cut 7,800 jobs ...

7|24|2014 The market for sub-watt (up to 500-mW) thermoelectric energy harvesting is predicted to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of over 30% between 2013 and 2019 ...

7|24|2014 PORTLAND, Ore. — Energy harvesting chips can power sensors in hard-to-reach locations, providing power indefinitely to sensor nodes without maintenance, ...

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