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Terrestrial Broadcast TV Down, But Is It Out?
Why are we so down on terrestrial TV broadcast? There seems to be a growing consensus that broadcasting isn't just irrelevant but obsolete. Part of me agrees. But another part of me wonders if it's all true.
Are Today's Designs Bound by the Constraints of Yesteryear?
Are there instances of the way in which we design things today being bound by constraints of yesteryear that are no longer of any consequence?
DesignCon Trick for a Treat Contest Opens
Got a quick design trick to share with the EDN/EETimes community? Now's your chance to show off. DesignCon has opened its Trick for a Treat giveaway.
Canceling Noise When Rubber Meets Road
An infotainment system vendor has applied noise cancellation technology, known mostly from headphones, to car interiors. The system, jointly developed with Lotus Engineering, minimizes noise generated when the rubber meets the road.
National Instruments Joins CROWD for 5G Wireless Networks Research
5G wireless is expected to be a reality by 2020. Now the race is on to develop the technology, because we need higher speeds.
Friday Quiz: Fiber Optic Measurements
Test your basic knowledge of fiber optic measurements.
NASA Spinoffs: 6 Innovations In Health & Medicine
The concept of applying technologies used in space to enhance the lives of people on Earth drives NASA's spinoff program, a technology originally developed for NASA missions is transferred to the public for commercial use.
iPad Air 2: Biggest Weakness
Early reviews of the Apple iPad Air 2 all sing a similar tune: It's thin and light, the screen is better, the cameras are great, and it delivers incredible performance. But two reviews dinged the device heavily on multitasking.
Health Startups Are Unfit, Says MD
Today's startups pursuing consumer health and fitness generally use poor sensors and algorithms in subpar products, but the area is ripe with opportunity, said a Stanford expert.
prpl Pushes QEMU Into the Limelight
As PRPL pushes QEMU into the limelight, Imagination Technologies invites us to take a ring-side seat to watch MIPS grow.
On Backups
Storing files in the cloud may be the solution du jour, but here are one engineer's concerns on the risks.
UNH-IOL Selected as G.fast Test Lab
Impartial lab is first to become an official G.fast test facility for the short-range, high-speed subscriber-line technology.
China's 5-Year Plan Revealed
China's next five-year plan, starting in 2016, will emphasize connectivity, a smartphone for everyone, and the Internet of Things en masse.
Vetinari Clock: Additional Possibilities
New layout possibilities continue to emerge for the front panel of Max's Vetinari Clock project, which is based on the use of antique analog meters.
Startup Creates Virtual Cores
Soft Machines describes its approach to creating virtual cores that bring a new level of parallelism to single-threaded code for any processor architecture.
Microsoft Eyes Expanding FPGA Role
Microsoft will explore using FPGAs to replace networking chips in its million-server datacenters to deliver new speeds and network functions.
Murata Cheerleaders Show Off Sensor & Swarm Smarts
The Murata cheerleaders are a team of small robots that use both sensing and communications to achieve stability and group synchronization.
Reinvention of Broadcast TV: 10 Things to Know
As US consumers grow more comfortable with streaming video mobile devices while continuing to watch cable and satellite TV, terrestrial broadcasters find themselves fighting to redefine an over-the-air digital broadcast system that's now almost 20 years old.
Power Week: Power Management ICs on the Move
The global power management IC market is likely to grow by almost 8% annually over the next few years, but not without facing challenges, a new report says.
Sensors for Wearables Market to Double in 2015
Market analysis and forecast organization IHS thinks that Apple's Watch will stimulate and set a standard for fitness and health monitoring features on wearable electronics devices.