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2014-10-08 Smart DIY: Why do companies design their own sensors?
There are many reasons why several big companies brew their own sensors and sensor hubs. For some, especially in Asia, it's about vertical integration, while others want to add products to their catalogue.
2014-05-02 Freeware catches on in electronics DIY projects
Free software applications have mushroomed over the Internet lately, including electronics engineering tools that prove as good as paid tools. Sourceforge's Cedar Logic Simulator, DesignSpark's PCB, Static Free Software's Electric VLSI, and TinyCAD are among those who make the top ten list.
2015-10-12 DiY IoT: Working with CC3200 microcontroller
This series explores several Internet of Things-oriented microcontrollers and project ideas, and provides reviews and opinions about emerging technologies, and all things embedded.
2015-10-16 DiY IoT: Let's talk WiFi
In today's post, we will talk about WiFia few general concepts about it, its relationship to the CC3200, some practical ways to use it, and lastly, a little step-by-step project.
2015-10-14 DiY IoT: Energia dev environment
In Part 2, we will learn how to prepare the board for programming, take a look at the Energia development environment, review its benefits and best practices, and write our very first firmware application.
2016-05-02 DiY IoT: Digging deep on sensors
Sensors come in many shapes and flavors. In this article, we look at sensors in general, and those that come bundled with CC3200 LaunchPad in particular.
2014-04-21 Chip vendors attempt to mine DIY community with $99 boards
The industry is seeing a trend involving a growing support by chip vendors for the DIY communityproviding reference designs on single computer boards and profiting from it. As it is, there appears a long way to go before vendors can leverage the potential of these 'makers'.
2012-10-04 AMD's APUs bring higher speeds to gamers, DIY pc builders
AMD A-Series processors bring Faster Speeds, high core count and AMD Radeon HD 7000 Series graphics to do-it-yourself PC enthusiasts and gamers.
2013-10-08 Intel teams with Arduino to prep for the next big thing
Intel's announcement of a microcontroller-class x86 called Quark and its collaboration with the DIY Arduino crowd mark efforts to make sure Intel doesn't repeat its smart phone miss.
2015-04-28 Guide for better PCB fabrication: Tools you need to know
In this roundup, we feature some of the prominent methods of making your own circuit boards that will help to alleviate some of the issues that entail the manufacturing process.
2013-11-27 Arduino opens up for licensing
Arduino has announced that they are beginning a licensing programme to allow products developed within the Arduino ecosystem to carry its logo and receive its support.
2014-01-20 Startup helps people build creatively with electronics
Alumna Ayah Bdeir's startup littleBits sells connectable electronic modules that are integrated with electronic functions that snap together with magnets for do-it-yourself (DIY) prototyping.
2014-03-26 Fluke takes positive spin on trademark dispute with SparkFun
Fluke made the most out of a trademark dispute with SparkFun and showed its support for the DIY and education communities by providing a shipment of genuine Fluke equipment, free of charge for them to sell on their site or donate.
2015-01-05 Taking to market 3D printer-ready CAD files
Developing legal platforms for the delivery of printer-ready 3D CAD files is seen as the way forward for the 3D printing industry and probably the best counter-measure against unlawful design imitations.
2014-10-13 Start-up designs high-quality PC TV
The G-Pack is a souped-up PC that hides behind a flat screen TV, providing streaming video, PC games, a Blu-ray player and more.
2014-10-30 Smart sensor touts multiple programmable features
Forza and Lattice have teamed to develop a smart sensor platform in which the sensor is integrated with a low-power MachXO2-7000 FPGA from Lattice.
2013-10-24 Simplify IoT connectivity of embedded devices
Learn how new tools allow developers to introduce TCP/IP to systems without having to work with low-level implementation details.
2012-11-12 Seeing beneath Microsoft Surface
In this teardown, iFixit has exposed the innards of Microsoft's run at the iPad.
2014-06-02 SBCs make for cheaper access to supercomputer
Single-board computers including Raspberry Pi, Parallela, Renderfarm, and Nvidia's TK1 have made high-performance computing accessible to everyone, being bank- and power-friendly.
2007-11-01 Playing with assembly code can be fun
Playing with assembly code is really tremendous fun, but if you try to tell this to the young people of today, they won't believe you.
2002-12-02 Open source hardware
This technical article discusses how open-source techniques in hardware design are still impossible to achieve with the current technology available to engineers.
2016-05-17 High-conductive thermoplastic mat'l advances 3D printing
A*STAR IMRE scientists have come up with what they describe as a novel type of thermoplastic thread that can be used in 3D printers to develop functional circuits for use in electrical gadgets.
2014-10-08 Gold mine for start-ups: Tech inventors take to Kickstarter
Design and tech projects make up 25 per cent of the total campaigns on crowdfunding site Kickstarter and account for 30 per cent of funds raised, giving rise to start-ups.
2016-01-15 Global smart home deployments to grow twofold this year
During the recent CES, there was a sizable number of smart home devices displayed that underscores the growth and potential of the smart home market, noted ABI Research.
2014-06-23 Engineers handpick 10 best free analysis, design tools
The list includes what is considered a viable alternative to Excel, the R Project, and mathematical tools such as Sage and GNU Octave.
2013-02-19 Display backlighting dethroned by general lighting market
Strategies Unlimited estimates that LED replacement lamps and luminaires will reach $11.72 billion and forecasts it to grow at a CAGR of 12 per cent over 2012-2017.
2015-10-29 Digi-Key COO talks about industry consolidation, evolution
Although the company logged relatively flat growth this year, Dave Doherty predicts continued growth as a result of new design and manufacturing trends in the semiconductor space.
2015-02-11 Desktop PCB printer eases prototype development
The printer is targeted at surface-mount designs. In addition to being able to print two conductive layers separated by an insulating medium, it can dispense solder paste into the requisite locations.
2012-03-14 China's mobile PC shipments leapfrogs desktop PCs
Although China's shipments for desktop PCs are flat, the mobile PC market continued to show strong growth, reaching 26.5 million in 2H11, up 25 percent from 1H11, says NPD DisplaySearch.
2009-10-14 China reigns in LCD desktop monitor market
The region's PC business is still concentrated on desktop PCs, making the market favorable for stand-alone monitors.
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