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Brian Fuller2
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posted in January 2007

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Update: Sea search resumes for missing Microsoft researcher
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1/31/2007   Post a comment
Coast Guard search-and-rescue teams on Wednesday resumed the hunt for missing Microsoft researcher Jim Gray,
Award-winning Microsoft researcher missing at sea
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1/30/2007   Post a comment
The U.S. Coast Guard is expected to resume searching for Jim Grey, founder of Microsoft Bay Area Research Center, who has been missing at sea.
The new EE Times: more than a redesign
1/29/2007   Post a comment
Next week you'll hold in your hands a new EE Times, one of the most significant redesigns we've undertaken in decades.
How does consumer lean?
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1/15/2007   Post a comment
The contrast couldn't have been starker. The Consumer Electronics Show's chaos form-fitted to Las Vegas while in San Francisco, the Moscone Center drew the faithful to Apple's Macworld. But this year, Macworld trumped CES in a way that may not be fully understood for some time. To be sure, Vegas saw a flood of "wow!" products last week, amid a battle over which box would form the center of the digital home--the TV or the PC.
IC industry in midst of fundamental change, says Infineon CEO
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1/10/2007   Post a comment
The semiconductor industry is experiencing consolidation changes that are fundamentally different from any that have gone before, which will result in fewer vendors that are not necessarily larger than they are today, Infineon CEO Wolfgang Ziebart said.
New design thinking needed for biotech
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1/8/2007   Post a comment
As biology and electronic engineering start to converge in the nanotechnology world, a "real problem" is emerging because the two methods of developing systems are essentially incompatible, a leading venture capital said
Wave of the present
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1/8/2007   Post a comment
I was so wrong. Well, not exactly wrong. Let me explain. In the past 15 years, I've devoted no small number of column inches to swipes at Apple Computer. Apple, I said, was always just a little too cute and too smug, and it clearly missed the technology march early on in the 1990s. It stuck with RISC and got crushed by CISC. Each launch of each system was greeted by a fawning mainstream media that might as well have been Apple's personal PR team. Each launch also miscalculated demand (good

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