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Trials and tribulations of DRM issues
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7/5/2006   Post a comment
Every so many weeks stories surface regarding some aspect of Digital Rights Management (DRM). This week there were several stories starting with one that I placed in the 'Top How To' section.
Qualcomm on the ropes?
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Legal actions followed by a dip in its stock price have put the king of cellular on the defensive for now.
Why are we using C?
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7/3/2006   Post a comment
C is such a lousy language for DSP. Why are we still using it? Why don't more people use tools that generate code directly from a block diagram?
Mobile digital TV is picking up steam in the US
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As evidenced by the recent demo I witnessed, the DTV Alliance, which is promoting DVB-H mobile TV in the US, is forging ahead.
Interesting times for print
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This week, America celebrates 230 years as a country; next year EE Times will celebrate 35 years as a news and information enterprise. We're not the same animal we were. I don't think we could be, even if we wanted to. Today we cover technology, design and product developments globally, and our dispatches flow to every corner of the design-engineering world in more than a half-dozen languages.

Little exists today to train the mind to visualize and imagine
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7/3/2006   Post a comment
There have been several recent letters to Crosstalk regarding a lack of interest in engineering as a career (see June 19, page 28).
Software Standardization vs. choice
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John Carbone of Express Logic thinks embedded design needs the enterprise level perspective of DSO.
Gaining freedom
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In one way or another, much of the activity in industrial control involves standardization. Ethernet is taking over, wireless networking standards are slowly inching forward and a host of specifications from the ISA, OPC and others are also gaining steam.
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