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Under the Hood: Automated-home protocols proliferate
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2/26/2007   Post a comment
A home automation system typically comprises an intelligent electronic device network that monitors and controls the environment for the comfort and security of the residents. It may include such diverse functions as light and climate control, security and surveillance systems, multimedia home entertainment, and automated plant watering.
Under the Hood: Intel has company at 65 nm
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2/12/2007   Post a comment
Intel still leads the pack in the 65-nanometer technology race, but at least three other vendors — Texas Instruments, Xilinx, and AMD — are producing microprocessor or logic devices at 65 nm.
Diversity comes to email devices: A comparative teardown
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2/5/2007   Post a comment
Recent product launches of the Q from Motorola and the E61 from Nokia illustrate the importance of the pocket-friendly, QWERTY keyboard e-mail phone in the product portfolios of cell phone makers.


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