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2015-09-01 Novel LED tech can be applied like paint
A Florida State professor developed what he describes as a highly efficient, easy to manufacture and low cost LED that could help boost wider adoption of the technology
2007-11-23 IBM tips open source tech for senior workers
IBM has partnered with researchers from the University of Dundee's School of Computing in the United Kingdom and the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine to develop open source technology for older workers
2015-09-02 New formulation cuts LED cost
The researchers claim in their paper that the energy savings of LED lighting has finally been balanced out against their cost by reducing the number of layers required from four or five to one.
2005-10-12 How DLNA and UPnP will enable easy home video networks (Part 2)
A 'Rosetta Stone' for multimedia babbl
2013-02-01 Young engineers want role models
The next generation of engineers wants more role models, a society more tolerant of female professionals and all the messy imperfections of people who like to pull things apart.
2007-04-02 Standards afoot to curb CE power usage
Some of the same engineers who helped create power consumption standards for PCs and printers are turning their attention to network gear and consumer electronics.
2015-04-10 Regulating multiple loops in power supply
While there can be some issues with regulating multiple loops, if you are able to understand the system constraints, you can come up with a strategy to make the power supply behave.
2006-05-01 Nanotransistors ripe for CMOS
IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center has crafted an experimental IC that uses a single-molecule nanotube as the common transistor channel for five CMOS-like inverters wired as a ring oscillator.
2012-01-16 Integrate power mgmt functions for energy harvesting
Learn about the functional blocks needed for this role in a harvesting design.
2007-10-16 Engineers work on real-time control of artificial limbs
Researchers have reported advances in neural technology as well as the hurdles still ahead for delivering capabilities such as artificial limbs powered by implanted devices that read and harness subtle control signals in the brain.
2010-06-28 DRAM vendors fined $173M for price-fixing
Some 32 states in the United States agreed on a $173 million-settlement with six DRAM manufacturers who 'conspired in an illegal global scheme to fix prices.'
2014-11-05 Beware of the Thing: Seven alarming IoT what-ifs
Connectivity is desirable, or so they say. Researchers have recently offered a glimpse of potentially scary security scenarios that could unfold in the not too distant future.
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