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posted in November 2011

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If it’s not an iPad, is Vanity Fair?
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11/28/2011   25 comments
Most people in the electronics industry today are aware of the revolutionary job they’ve done in developing technology that has changed forever the way we live. But are they ready to take full responsibility for it?
Image gallery: Japan bets on embedded
News & Analysis  
11/22/2011   20 comments
While covering the Embedded Technology 2011 show in Yokohama, I couldn’t help but notice one big shift in the Japanese electronics industry’s agenda since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami: the industry’s collective focus on the “smart home.”
Legend Silicon to bring ‘mobility’ to legacy ATSC broadcast
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11/21/2011   Post a comment
In a year when a host of chip companies have already sunk on the shoals of mobile broadcast TV, Legend Silicon is sailing right back into the free-over-the-air mobile digital TV market in the United States.
Forget ‘Occupy Wall Street,’ time to ‘Abandon Fukushima’
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11/17/2011   10 comments
While frustrated Americans rally to the largely stationary “Occupy Wall Street” movement, frustrated Japanese are ready to join up and actually "move," en masse, under the banner, “Abandon Fukushima.”
Personal Geiger counter, anyone?
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11/17/2011   18 comments
Radiation is something you cannot smell or see. Unless you have your own Geiger counter, you can’t hear it, either. But that isn’t stopping the Japanese from figuring out a way to “sniff it out.”


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