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5|4|2015 SAN FRANCISCO - Researchers at Dell Labs in Santa Clara, Calif. want to make networked devices easier to use, seamless in mobility, and simpler for developers. ...

5|2|2015 MUNICH — On the basis of its laser spot high-beam headlight, Audi is developing a system that automatically adjusts the illumination by the speed of the ...

5|2|2015 LONDON — Novelda, under the leadership of CEO Alf-Egil Bogen, is seeking the market pull rather than relying on the technology push of its CMOS impulse ...

5|1|2015 PARIS — The Versatile Extra-Sensory Transducer (VEST) under development at Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine represents a new form of wearable ...

5|1|2015 MADISON, Wis. — Darin Billerbeck, president and CEO at Lattice Semiconductor, after its acquisition of Silicon Image in March, believes the marriage of ...

5|1|2015 FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Code coverage, the required DO-178C testing method for most software in avionics and military designs, is now being considered as a ...

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Once the go-to low-cost manufacturing location for the electronics industry, China's reign may be waning as the top pick. In fact, some OEMs are heading back to the U.S. ...
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China Advantage Wanes for OEMs
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Once the go-to low-cost manufacturing location for the electronics industry, China's reign may be waning as the top pick. In fact, some OEMs are heading back to the U.S. ...

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Turning 40 was a minor milestone; it's the beginning, more or less, of middle age, but with young kids and a busy career I had neither time nor interest in reflecting on ...

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RCA Taiwan Workers’ Victory: Too Little, Too Late
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The Taipei District Court on April 17 decided to penalize the Radio Corporation of America (RCA), once one of the world’s biggest electronics companies, in favor of ...

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IoT and Services are Transforming Manufacturing
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Device makers are experiencing an unprecedented range of challenges as they compete in globalized markets. According to a recent survey report published jointly by ...

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H-1B Visas Tougher To Come By In 2015
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If you blinked, you probably missed it. The 2015 application window for new H-1B visas, which enable foreign nationals to work legally in the US, opened April 1 and ...

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Friday Quiz: Capacitors
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The capacitor, the simple passive component that you learn about in circuits 101. In DC circuits, capacitors just sit there and store energy until it's needed. In AC ...

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This is rather interesting. I just heard about a rather cool Kickstarter project for a breadboarding multi-tool. Before we look at this little beauty, however, let's first set the scene ...

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As a technology journalist I constantly need to educate or re-educate myself on a range of technical topics and often refer to technical books to get a refresher course in key hardware and ...

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Cold Fusion: Alive & Kicking Without the Fusion
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The history of scientific discovery is littered with examples of "pathological science" -- an area of research where experimenters are tricked into accepting false results by a combination ...

Martin Rowe

Leonard Nimoy, We'll Miss you
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Like many of you, I was saddened to hear the news of Leonard Nimoy's death. His Star Trek character Mr. Spock was an inspiration to many of us who entered technical fields.

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