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A few days ago, Max (the Magnificent) and I were talking about the electronic projects we are currently working on and comparing them to the ones we did when we were kids.
Years ago, I tried to describe integrated marketing to a smart and savvy technology entrepreneur. He couldn't understand what I was talking about.
It doesn't seem all that long ago when I was a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed young engineer. Now I feel like an old fool, but where are we going to find one at this time of ...
On a cold October 19 morning, buyers and sellers of mostly electronic equipment, components, computers, and assorted parts gathered in a parking lot and adjacent garage on ...
DSPs, GPUs, and FPGAs serve as accelerators for many CPUs, providing both performance and power efficiency benefits. Given the variety of computing architectures ...
I have to admit that I'm still trying to wrap my brain around this one. Let's start with the fact that there's a company called CodeinGame. It seems that the folks have ...
When Oscium introduced its iOS-based oscilloscope in 2011, I believed then that engineers would embrace the smartphone/tablet interface for controlling instruments. I ...
A couple of days ago, my chum Paul was visiting me in my office. He'd wandered over from his cubicle in the next bay to take a brief coffee break. This week, Paul had been ...
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