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MEMS Sensors Still Center Stage

I recently wrote an article for EE Times titled Sensors: More Than MEMS reviewing the recent Sensors Expo in Chicago. That wasn’t meant to diss MEMS sensors, which are where the action still is as a number of sensor vendors … Continue reading

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How Will Consumers Benefit from the Smart Grid?

George Arnold from NIST gave a talk with that title over lunch today at the Smart Energy Summit in Austin. The benefits of the Smart Grid may be obvious at NIST but they’re a lot less so to consumers. In … Continue reading

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Otellini and Perlmutter Kick off IDF

Paul Otellini kicked off this year’s Intel Developer’s Forum (IDF) declaring, “Intel used to be a chip company…now we’re becoming a solutions provider.” Intel’s just the latest semicon firm to be forced to move up the food chain, offering more … Continue reading

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Designing With ARM—The Wrap-up

Last week I co-chaired an EE Times virtual conference Designing with ARM: Engineering an Optimal ARM-Based System along with Rich Nass. This was my first experience with the format, and I went into it skeptical but with an open mind. … Continue reading

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Looking Ahead to Designing with ARM

The next in the Virtual Conference series by EE Times–Designing with ARM: Engineer an Optimal ARM-Based System—is fast approaching (March 25). Anticipating a very good turnout, the show’s sponsors are preparing some important news and product announcements, some of which … Continue reading

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Sustainable Journalism

One issue dear to every editor’s heart–or close to the bone–is how to survive when journalism is going through a tectonic shift, the nature of which is far from clear. The shift from print to online is obvious, but the … Continue reading

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