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Holiday Movies to Geek Out About
EE Times wants to ensure domestic bliss with a handy guide to science, tech, engineering, and math-related movies that the whole family can enjoy. Some of the season's neatest films are tailor made for the family geek(s) and those who love them.
Road to Auto Market Paved With Fault-Tolerant SoCs
Data protection and redundancy features implemented across entire SoC designs will help teams implement functional safety faster and at a higher quality level
Boston-Area Engineers to Share Expertise at ESC Boston 2015
In an exciting new session format at ESC Boston 2015, engineers who've been through and survived the embedded system development process look to help others learn from their mistakes
Memory Design Trends in 2014
Memory transitions, increased-density drive design trends: Customers are looking for subsystems that can accommodate both DDR3 and DDR4, while constraint-based design is par for the course as denser memory makes manufacturing more complex.
True 3-D Chips Harness Nanotubes
Stanford University has learned how to stack any number of layers atop a standard CMOS chip by using low-temperature RRAM for memory and carbon nanotube transistors for logic.
Top 15 Analog, MEMS & Sensors News From 2014
From faulty MEMS mics to NXP's labor disputes, here are the most-read news articles of the year on EE Times Europe Analog.
Space Weather Satellite Set for Launch
NOAA's Deep Space Climate Observatory will serve as an early warning system for Earth-directed solar storms.
10 Hot & Cool NASA Innovations
Partnering with industry, NASA has developed new technologies that are not only hot and cold but also tiny and out of this world. Ranging from nano structures to asteroids, check out what NASA has been up to.
Hackers Go Off-Grid for Power
Hackathon produces designs that could be assembled by villagers with limited resources.
The Circle – The Future's Imperfect in the Present Tense
Dystopian novel satirizes mega-Google companies and the modern techie ethos. One member of the EE Times Borg … er … community … gives his take.
Friday Quiz: S-Parameters
S-Parameters are no longer just for microwave engineers. High-speed digital designers need to know them and use them, too.
So Much To Do, So Little Time
2015 will likely be the year of widespread awareness and adoption of giga-scale SPICE. Willy Wonka may agree: "So much time and so little to do. Wait a minute. Strike that. Reverse it."
What Does It Take to Truly Leapfrog With Technology?
In January 2015, Lindsay Craig will be teaching technology workshops with his East African partners to farmers, educators, engineers, artists, students, and dreamers.
Recommended Reads From the Engineer's Bookshelf
Are you wondering what to buy your family and friends as a gift? Mayhap one of these books reviewed and recommended by Max would fit the bill.
Successful With Phones & Drones, Parrot Ponders Farming
Parrot is a 20-year-old startup that has the passion of "makers" backed by intimate knowledge of telephony connectivity, digital signal processing, and in-house ASIC design.
Power Week: Popular Gaming Consoles' Energy Use Compared
Just in time for the holidays, engineers at the Electric Power Research Institute tested three of the most popular gaming consoles to see how much power they consumed.
Make This Engineering Museum a Reality
Help turn the first house to have a telephone into a museum.
Industrial IoT Framework Near
The Industrial Internet Consortium plans to finish a reference architecture for the Internet of Things by March, start identifying standards gaps, and roll out multiple test beds for it.
Sony's Debuts Smartglasses Module
Following up on prototypes demonstrated earlier this year, Sony has announced an attachable smartglass module that can turn various eyewear into augmented reality devices.
MIT Discovers Superconductor Law
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has discovered a law governing the relationship between critical temperature at which superconductivity begins, resistivity, and the thickness of the film for superconducting integrated circuits.