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My Mom the Radio Star
Max's Mom was just interviewed on the radio. He says that she will be "dining out at the hairdressers" for weeks on this.
It's an Analog World
It's an Analog World: A handful of companies have risen to the challenge of specifying and supporting programmable analog chips.
Smartwatches, Ultra-Thin Notebooks, Odd IoT: Gadgets For Spring
You've heard all about the Apple Watch and Samsung Galaxy S6. But what else is new in the gadgetverse?
Neural Networks Take on Embedded Vision
Synopsys configurable vision coprocessor architecture uses ARC-based RISC cores in tandem with specialized object detection processing engines.
Analysts Cool on Intel/Altera Combo
Analysts gave a chilly reception to the idea of Intel acquiring Altera, the world's second largest FPGA maker and a new foundry customer for Intel.
Why MediaTek Pushes Cross-Device Sharing
MediaTek is creating a technology, called CrossMount, that will link and share software and hardware resources of televisions and handheld devices in ways that would fulfill their unrealized potential. What's behind the Taiwanese IC giant's ambition?
OFC: Facebook Engineer Wants Silicon Photonics Now
At the annual panel session for editors and analysts, an engineer from Facebook pushed engineers from suppliers to lower costs while at the same time increasing data rates.
5 Don'ts and Do's for Working with a Contract Manufacturer
Heeding these ten tips can prevent headaches when using contract manufacturing.
ESC Silicon Valley 2015 Sneak Peek! Using Arduinos & ChipKITs for Rapid Prototyping
At ESC Silicon Valley 2015, Duane Benson will be giving a presentation on his experiences in using the Arduino for the rapid prototyping of his embedded systems.
IoT Should Not Wait for Standards
It's too early to start setting standards for the Internet of Things, argues the head of IoT at Xchanging.
Researchers Claim 44x Power Cuts
Researchers at the University of Illinois invented the worlds first on/off transceiver fast enough for commercialization, saving up to $870 million per year in datacenter power bills.
How Will Deep Learning Change SoCs?
Deep learning is changing the way computers see, hear and identify objects -- but will it ever migrate into smartphones or vision SoCs for cars? Has anybody come up with SoCs optimized for neural networks?
Integre Brings x1 HyperLink DSP to FPGA
Integre's IP core allows a user-defined system to communicate with TMS320C66x multicore DSPs from Texas Instruments using a single lane high speed SERDES interface, or to another FPGA.
March 28 is Arduino Day -- Break Out the Party Hats!
On 3/28/2015, the folks at SparkFun are offering up to 30% off some of their favorite Arduino/Arduino compatible boards and a whole slew of Arduino accessories.
SanDisk Goes For Big Data Flash Market
InfiniFlash storage platform puts company in competition with customers and aims to deliver flash capacity at a price point competitive with hard disk drives
Four Steps to Field-Oriented Control -- The Final Two
Concluding Dave's series on implementing field-oriented control, he looks at what to do with the error signals derived in step two.
Teensy-Weensy GPAK4 Mixed Signal FPGAs
For embedded designers who aren't familiar with FPGAs, Silego's teensy-weensy mixed-signal GPAK devices might be just what they are looking for.
Linux Seeks Security, Unity
Linux needs greater security, unity and interoperability to meet its potential in the emerging Internet of Things said speakers at the Embedded Linux Conference.
Why We Disagree with the IEEE's Patent Policy
The IEEE's new patent policy could slash royalty revenues and limit ways to enforce patents, says the chief executive of InterDigital.
Friday Quiz: EE 101, Part 3
In this third installment from "Electrical Engineering 101," we look and transistors and logic circuits.