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Comment: Re: Meta stable point - DrFPGA - 12/23/2014
Comment: How About Directed EMP? - DrFPGA - 12/23/2014
Comment: Yep was a Favorite - DrFPGA - 12/23/2014
Comment: Of the 50B in 2020 - DrFPGA - 12/23/2014
Comment: Killer App - DrFPGA - 12/23/2014
Comment: Re: Meta stable point - DrFPGA - 12/23/2014
Comment: If it means that - DrFPGA - 12/23/2014
Comment: Meta stable point - DrFPGA - 12/21/2014
Comment: Re: Another view - DrFPGA - 12/3/2014
Comment: Re: Another view - DrFPGA - 12/2/2014
Comment: Re: Another view - DrFPGA - 12/2/2014
Comment: Re: Laser pointer - DrFPGA - 12/1/2014
Comment: But does it yell at you - DrFPGA - 11/27/2014
Comment: Laser pointer - DrFPGA - 11/27/2014
Comment: Re: Low power is the key - DrFPGA - 11/26/2014
Comment: Thanx for the suggestion - DrFPGA - 11/26/2014
Comment: Re: 11th commandment - DrFPGA - 11/26/2014
Comment: Low power is the key - DrFPGA - 11/26/2014
Comment: On chip encoder - DrFPGA - 11/26/2014
Comment: USB is a good - DrFPGA - 11/26/2014
Comment: Memory bandwidth - DrFPGA - 11/26/2014
Comment: Re: Share your sketch - DrFPGA - 11/24/2014
Comment: Just don't try to charge - DrFPGA - 11/23/2014
Comment: Maybe powermat will - DrFPGA - 11/23/2014
Comment: Share your sketch - DrFPGA - 11/23/2014
Comment: Low power peripherals - DrFPGA - 11/23/2014
Comment: Re: The Conscious Home - DrFPGA - 11/23/2014
Comment: Security - DrFPGA - 11/7/2014
Comment: How about - DrFPGA - 10/23/2014
Comment: Is a Phone a Wearable? - DrFPGA - 10/23/2014
Comment: Re: Better be compatible - DrFPGA - 10/23/2014
Comment: There Will Be FPGAs - DrFPGA - 10/23/2014
Comment: Re: Nano-muscles? - DrFPGA - 10/20/2014
Comment: Nano-muscles? - DrFPGA - 10/20/2014
Comment: Re: Reactions? - DrFPGA - 10/20/2014
Comment: Re: Prices? - DrFPGA - 10/18/2014
Comment: Re: Flatulent frat boys - DrFPGA - 10/17/2014
Comment: Re: Sensor Hubs Aided by - DrFPGA - 10/17/2014
Comment: State machines - DrFPGA - 10/17/2014
Comment: Yep... - DrFPGA - 10/17/2014
Comment: Prices? - DrFPGA - 10/17/2014
Comment: Re: Questions - DrFPGA - 10/13/2014
Comment: Any info on OS partners? - DrFPGA - 10/10/2014
Comment: Re: Analyst comment - DrFPGA - 10/9/2014
Comment: Re: Very Cool! - DrFPGA - 9/30/2014
Comment: Very Cool! - DrFPGA - 9/30/2014
Comment: What a great idea - DrFPGA - 9/30/2014
Comment: Re: iCup - DrFPGA - 9/21/2014
Comment: Google cars - DrFPGA - 9/21/2014
Comment: Functional density - DrFPGA - 9/21/2014
Comment: Can't stop laughing... - DrFPGA - 9/19/2014
Comment: Re: Well done! - DrFPGA - 9/19/2014
Comment: But do they let you - DrFPGA - 9/11/2014
Comment: Intel has a plan - DrFPGA - 9/11/2014
Comment: Seems like - DrFPGA - 9/8/2014
Comment: Other options - DrFPGA - 9/7/2014
Comment: Thanx - DrFPGA - 9/7/2014
Comment: Seems like - DrFPGA - 9/7/2014
Comment: Re: Am I old enough? - DrFPGA - 9/7/2014
Comment: Projection - DrFPGA - 9/7/2014


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