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Comment: On-chip NVM? - DougInRB - 1/20/2016
Comment: Re: Seriously? - DougInRB - 1/15/2016
Comment: Seriously? - DougInRB - 1/15/2016
Comment: Re: McMuffin - DougInRB - 1/12/2016
Comment: Re: IoT is gone. - DougInRB - 1/9/2016
Comment: Re: IoT is gone. - DougInRB - 1/9/2016
Comment: Is it just me? - DougInRB - 1/9/2016
Comment: One too many - DougInRB - 10/15/2015
Comment: Neck - DougInRB - 10/14/2015
Comment: Caption - DougInRB - 9/8/2015
Comment: Hacker vs. Drone - DougInRB - 9/8/2015
Comment: SWA - DougInRB - 6/11/2015
Comment: Deep Ocean? - DougInRB - 5/27/2015
Comment: It works in the lab - DougInRB - 5/18/2015
Comment: Productive - DougInRB - 5/18/2015
Comment: Power/Performance? - DougInRB - 4/29/2015
Comment: Clickbait indeed - DougInRB - 4/21/2015
Comment: Next Challenge... - DougInRB - 4/9/2015
Comment: Long term funding - DougInRB - 4/9/2015
Comment: Re: Good Luck - DougInRB - 3/31/2015
Comment: Re: Good Luck - DougInRB - 3/31/2015
Comment: I'm with you Jessica - DougInRB - 3/27/2015
Comment: Fascinating - DougInRB - 3/11/2015
Comment: Re: Great analogy - DougInRB - 3/10/2015
Comment: March Caption - DougInRB - 3/5/2015
Comment: Re: Not buying it. - DougInRB - 2/25/2015
Comment: Re: Not buying it. - DougInRB - 2/25/2015
Comment: Re: Not buying it. - DougInRB - 2/24/2015
Comment: Re: Not buying it. - DougInRB - 2/24/2015
Comment: Re: Another day - DougInRB - 2/19/2015
Comment: Follow the Money - DougInRB - 1/8/2015
Comment: Eyes Rolling - DougInRB - 1/6/2015
Comment: Re: Altera Xilinx - DougInRB - 12/4/2014
Comment: Re: Devil (or not!) - DougInRB - 12/3/2014
Comment: Why so big? - DougInRB - 11/25/2014
Comment: Overtemp - DougInRB - 11/25/2014
Comment: Sleeping - DougInRB - 10/16/2014
Comment: Great Article! - DougInRB - 10/3/2014
Comment: Re: Intel uses ARM? - DougInRB - 8/15/2014
Comment: Re: Low Tech - DougInRB - 8/14/2014
Comment: Low Tech - DougInRB - 8/14/2014
Comment: Re: Bait and Switch? - DougInRB - 7/31/2014
Comment: DRAM on PCIe??? - DougInRB - 7/31/2014
Comment: Re: IOT - DougInRB - 6/26/2014
Comment: Re: IOT - DougInRB - 6/26/2014
Comment: New Sucker - DougInRB - 6/9/2014
Comment: Re: Meat on the Hoof - DougInRB - 5/12/2014
Comment: Meat on the Hoof - DougInRB - 5/12/2014
Comment: Great news for CSI - DougInRB - 4/30/2014
Comment: April Cpation - DougInRB - 4/11/2014
Comment: Re: Rife with errors - DougInRB - 4/10/2014


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