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10|22|2014 SAN FRANCISCO — Makers are no strangers to modular hardware, and startup Tiny Circuits hopes to bridge the gap between hobbyists and OEMs with a variety of ...

10|21|2014 TORONTO -- As adoption of DDR4 finally gains steam, memory testing equipment makers are also seeing increased demand for their tools.

10|17|2014 Even if they don't use it themselves, almost every engineer on the planet is at least aware that MATLAB from MathWorks is a high-level language and interactive ...

10|16|2014 PORTLAND, Ore. -- All rivers in the future may be monitored with sensor arrays like the ones recently deployed in the Hudson River at New Hamburg, N.Y. -- if ...

10|14|2014 QUEENS, N.Y. — The maker movement is helping to redefine manufacturing in New York City and around the world, a panel of city officials and industry ...

10|14|2014 TORONTO - Its name implies speed, and as a memory technology, Racetrack holds a great deal of promise in terms of performance, but IBM's experiment is slow ...

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