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Imagination Technologies CEO knighted
News & Analysis  
12/29/2012   1 comment
Imagination Technologies CEO Hossein Yassaie has been put on the Queen's honors list for 2013, and will become a knight.
Top 10 engineering Kickstarter projects
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
12/28/2012   8 comments
Crowdfunding site Kickstarter has enjoyed yet another spectacular year of growth, with some incredible wins for engineering startups. Come and see some of the highest funded projects from 2012.
Do you deserve a Christmas bonus?
Blog  
12/24/2012   9 comments
Did you slave the year away and not get a bonus? Did you expect one?
Comment: re: Top 10 videos of 2012 - 12/21/2012
Asian-Americans dominating tech?
Blog  
12/21/2012   32 comments
After some dubious number crunching, the San Jose Mercury News claims Silicon Valley has been taken over by an Asian-American invasion.
MIT advances quantum magnetism
News & Analysis  
12/21/2012   9 comments
MIT researchers have discovered a new form of magnetism that could lead to quantum communication and storage.
Globalfoundries: Europe 'fundamentally flawed' on manufacturing
News & Analysis  
12/20/2012   5 comments
Globalfoundries CEO Ajit Manocha had some harsh words for Europe regarding manufacturing and what needs to be done to revive it.
Ericsson outlines 10 hot consumer trends for 2013
News & Analysis  
12/19/2012   3 comments
What's hot and trending in the world of mobile infrastructure? Ericsson consumer labs has accumulated some facts and figures in its latest report.
EE Times Pub quiz rocked the house!
Design Contests & Competitions  
12/19/2012   Post a comment
Engineers descended on Mountain View to drink beer, eat onion rings and answer some taxing trivia for EE Times' first pub quiz.
"Twas the night before Christmas"
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
12/18/2012   2 comments
If you're into stuffing stockings with silicon, and lighting up your tree with LEDs, this engineering version of a Christmas classic is most definitely up your alley. Or down your chimney!
Top 10 videos of 2012
Blog  
12/18/2012   3 comments
Join us for a look at the 10 videos that rocked our engineering world here at EE Times this year.
Kurzweil joins Google as director of engineering
News & Analysis  
12/17/2012   1 comment
The guru of the Singularity has been hired by Google to take charge of its machine learning initiatives.
Not the end of the world, says NASA
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
12/17/2012   19 comments
For those frantically stockpiling canned tuna in their underground bunkers or saying their final goodbyes, you're being a little melodramatic. Or just plain wrong, according to NASA.
Silicon Valley pub quiz
Design Contests & Competitions  
12/14/2012   4 comments
Come pit your wits against silicon valley's greatest challengers!
The Sony Walkman, the best present I ever got
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
12/14/2012   10 comments
Just over a decade after the launch of the iPod, and a year after the decommissioning of the iconic Sony Walkman, I look back with nostalgia at the best Christmas present I ever got.
Foundries not dead, just evolving, says Globalfoundries CEO
News & Analysis  
12/13/2012   11 comments
Intel has publicly declared the fabless/foundry model as dead or dying, but Ajit Manocha, CEO of Globalfoundries, says it is simply being born again.
Decode your family’s genes for Christmas
Engineering Pop Culture!  
12/12/2012   6 comments
Unwrapping presents is cute, but outdated. For a modern Christmas twist, try cracking your genetic code.
Dis-ARMing the data center – Separating myth from reality
Engineering Investigations  
12/12/2012   11 comments
ARM keeps talking the microserver talk, but when is it going to start walking the walk? And is it even worth it?
Huawei, spurned by U.S., expands in Europe
News & Analysis  
12/11/2012   4 comments
Huawei has been shut out of key segments of the U.S. telecom market out of national security concerns. In response, the Chinese telecom giant is expanding in Europe.
John McCollum: HS teacher taught electronics with love
Blog  
12/11/2012   12 comments
Homestead High – alma mater of Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak -- offered a course that sparked the creativity of Cupertino’s kids: John McCollum’s electronics class.
Comment: re: Telecom's messiest wiring? - 12/10/2012
Telecom's messiest wiring?
Blog  
12/10/2012   9 comments
It's hard to make wiring look tidy, but it's also fairly difficult to make it look quite this complicated!
Intel's 22-nm tri-gate SoC, how low can you leak?
News & Analysis  
12/10/2012   6 comments
After announcing Ivy Bridge, the mainstream CPU version of its 22-nm tri-gate technology in June, Intel is back with a revamped SoC version for low power devices.
Comment: re: iPhone 5S pictures leaked? - 12/10/2012
iPhone 5S pictures leaked?
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
12/7/2012   5 comments
Photos on an online forum claim to show the casing of the Apple iPhone 5S model, said to be coming soon.
Marvell co-founder: RIM will survive, thrive
News & Analysis  
12/7/2012   13 comments
Despite its recent troubles, RIM will manage to pull through and succeed with BlackBerry OS 10, says Marvell's Weili Dai.
TI employee techs out bike for cross country ride
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
12/7/2012   7 comments
Meet TI's version of a biking Forrest Gump
Stanford names 2012 engineering heroes
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12/6/2012   Post a comment
Stanford University has made this year's selection of who it deems the most worthy of being recognized as an engineering hero, from a long list of ex graduates.
Philips, LG, Panasonic slapped with 1.9 billion EU fine
News & Analysis  
12/5/2012   2 comments
Electronics firms—including Philips, LG and Panasonic—have been fined $1.9 billion by the European Union for alleged cartel-like behavior.
Prehistoric caption vote
Design Contests & Competitions  
12/5/2012   Post a comment
Winner, winner, mammoth dinner
Buttons could morph up on mobile screens
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
12/5/2012   7 comments
Tactus Technology believes that a microfluidic panel mobile screen will be able to seamlessly provide pressable buttons when people want them, having them melt away when they don't.
Staples to offer 3-D printing
News & Analysis  
12/5/2012   15 comments
Office super store Staples is set to roll out a 3-D printing initiative, allowing customers to send in their designs and have them made.
Quantum tornadoes generated on semiconductors
Blog  
12/5/2012   3 comments
Scientists have found ways to generate tiny twisters on a chip for more precise measurement.
Robot can shape shift into anything
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
12/4/2012   8 comments
A real life transformer that can reproduce and change its shape. Creepy or cool?
Counterfeiting costs lives
Blog  
12/4/2012   2 comments
Counterfeiting is a problem that has been around for a while, but as forgers of electronic components become more sophisticated, we have to start caring more, and fighting back.
Caption contest: Santa Claus is coming to town!
Design Contests & Competitions  
12/3/2012   68 comments
Have you been naughty or nice? We don't care, as long as you have a great caption for this month's contest!
Robot made burger with a side of fries
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
12/3/2012   11 comments
You don't know the meaning of fast food until you've had a burger made by a robot.
GPU grid helping to find AIDS cure
The Engineering Life - Around the Web  
12/1/2012   1 comment
Scientists in Barcelona have been using GPUs to process the protein strains of the virus, in the hopes of eventually finding a way to stop it replicating.


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