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2007-01-08 Logic Supply unveils 'smallest' fanless Mini-ITX computer
Embedded system vendor Logic Supply Inc., announced its SolidLogic GS-L05 fanless Mini-ITX computer system.
2004-12-17 Tiny board computer has CompactFlash form-factor
Cdata Solutions is debuting a very small single-board computer for embedded system designers
2004-12-08 Relay packs 20A in mini package
CIT Relay & Switch's new WJ121 series of power relays offers a switching capacity of 20A at 125Vac and 16A at 250Vac/28Vdc in a 28.9-by-12.6-by-24.3mm footprint.
2007-06-25 Optical sensor rolls for mini-mice
Avago has made available a series of thin mouse sensors that boasts an integrated chip-on-board LED-illuminated optical navigation system
2007-11-20 Mini connectors in standard pitch handle high currents
ERNI has rolled out a new single-row cable connector system in the standard pitch of 2.54mm that offers a high current-carrying capacity
2012-01-25 Fanless computer optimized for 3G/WiFi/BT/GPS
ADLINK's MXE-5300 is based on Intel's quad-core processor geared for intelligent transportation and factory automation applications.
2012-01-09 Development board for COM Express module
The COM Express Reference Carrier-i Type 10 for COM Express mini COMs is validated for use from -40C to 85C
2012-01-10 COM Express dev't board targets rugged apps
The COM Express Reference Carrier-i Type 10 for COM Express mini COMs is validated for use from -40C to 85C
2003-10-16 USB OTG presents benefits, challenges to power designers
USB On-The-Go has numerous advantages to offer--various challenges in the design and implementation, however, comes along with the advantages.
2004-05-19 Sony seeks life for Vaio beyond PC
Unveiling Sony Corp.'s new computer product lineup here this week, Keiji Kimura, president of Sony's IT & Mobile Solutions Network Co., defined a new strategy for Sony's computer business as "Vaio beyond PC.&quot
2013-04-12 SMARC Starterkit boasts wide processor selection
Kontron's SMARC Starterkit designs aim to fulfil the demand for a compact Computer-on-Module with a standardised feature set and low-power consumption of only a few watts
2009-04-27 SBC supports 1.6GHz Atom processor
Adlink Technology Inc. has released the LittleBoard 735 EBX single board computer (SBC) based on the ultralow power Intel Atom N270 processor at 1.6GHz, code name "Diamondville
2009-07-22 SBC packs advanced connectivity interfaces
Quanmax has introduced the KEEX-3030 series of embedded compact extended form factor single board computer (SBC), based on Intel dual-core Atom platform
2009-07-14 Mélange of reactions surround Chrome OS
Chipmakers and most analysts gave a thumbs-up to the concept of a Google Chrome OS, while system makers took a more guarded wait-and-see stance on the Windows alternative
2010-01-12 IC firms wait to ride Apple tablet wave
Rumors are rampant that Apple will soon launch a mobile tablet computer, with many saying it will happen later this month and much of the buzz out of the CES is about devices that adopt the tablet
2009-08-20 Embedded PC geared for mission critical apps
Adlink Technology Inc. has launched what it claims to be the first Extreme Rugged system based on the Intel Core2 Duo processor
2015-07-01 Developing ZigBee driver with SynthOS
Know the unique issues in the development of a ZigBee device driver in particular and drivers for communication devices in general using SynthOS.
2008-03-31 Bringing multizone digital audio to life
Rallying around an emphasis on software upgradability and wireless connectivity and control, Sonos Inc. developed a multi-zone digital music system with a wireless, full-color LCD screen controller that lets users play all their digital music
2006-07-25 AMCC PowerPC processor powers new ACTIS SBC
Actis Computer SA has announced the availability of the new ESBX-4440 SBC based on the AMCC PPC440GX PowerPC processor
2007-08-24 4U blade server has eight processing modules
Sight Systems has launched OctoBlade, said to be the world's first 8-processing module Blade Server in a 4U 19-inch Rackmount chassis.
2014-12-23 USB 3.0 vs USB 2.0: Reference at a glance
USB 3.0 is the third major version of the Universal Serial Bus standard for computer connectivity. In this article, we share a summary of important differences between USB 2.0 and USB 3.0
2015-10-22 Smart device innovation lab rises in China
More than 200 students from the School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science with supporting courses including mobile computing and digital system design will use the new lab
2010-06-07 Display experts explore touch tech future
Touch technology experts gathered at the Society for Information Display conference to explore the future of touch and interactivity for a diverse set of computer and consumer applications
2008-12-10 COM Express PC comes with several interfaces
DSM Computer AG has announced NanoServer E3-COM, its first embedded system based on the Intel Atom N270 processor
2010-05-27 Bosch teams with Cannondale on e-bikes
Bosch is entering the bicycle industry with a new high-performance electric drive for e-bikes and is tapping Cannondale as partner in system development for the first generation
2007-06-08 Apple TV animates living room experience
The Apple TV marches on toward the living room with one goal: to move digital media from the "lean forward" world of the computer to the "lean back" environment of the home television
2006-11-10 SmartRectifier IC targets home entertainment apps
International Rectifier has introduced the IR1166 SmartRectifier IC for AC-DC power converters used in home, computer and audio applications
2012-08-17 Plug-in boards target Linux platform
BeagleBoard.org released more than 20 "cape" plug-in boards that promise to easily and affordably develop creative, Linux-based electronics for designers, makers and hobbyists.
2014-01-30 Impact of Google-Samsung licensing deal is yet to be seen
While the firms refused to disclose details about the patents covered, an analyst portends that innovations that emerge from the cross-licensing deal will eventually trickle down to other OEMs.
2015-10-16 Use MCU to keep wood gear clocks precise
Wood clocks have tendencies to be inaccurate because the wood expands and contracts with changes in temperature and humidity. Learn how this can be addressed using a microcontroller.
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