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2003-04-08 Vishay plastic dial targets industrial control apps
Vishay Intertechnology has announced the release of the Model 21P molded plastic dial designed to serve as a counting turn dial for industrial systems.
2006-01-26 Handheld Ethernet analyzer accelerates VoIP turn-up
Agilent Technologies announced a voice-over-IP test kit for its existing N2620A FrameScope Pro handheld Ethernet performance analyzer.
2005-08-15 WLAN on the move: 802.11xyz
The 802.11 standard (a.k.a. Wi-Fi) may play an even larger role in the future as it continues to evolve.
2008-05-07 Proximity, ambient light sensor comes in single chip
Capella Microsystems has unveiled the CM3612 device, which it claims is the industry's first proximity and ambient light sensor in a single chip.
2009-03-11 How do you set Wi-Fi's flavors?
The IEEE's 802.11n standard was created to provide optional modes on top of required schemes, so vendors can provide different hardware configurations that attain distinct levels of performance. However, what's developing now are three Wi-Fi tiers all called draft 802.11n hardware, but without distinction.
2009-02-23 GSM-GPRS add-on meets time-to-market demands
Direct Insight has created a GSM/GPRS add-on for its low-power Windows CE-based SwiftModule production-ready embedded system-on-module. The add-on eliminates the most time-consuming and expensive part of hardware design.
2001-03-01 Creating a broadband digital home
A broader perspective of home networking is quickly evolving, one that takes into account the full spectrum of bundled services that can be delivered over a broadband pipe.
2002-09-01 Cockpit chaos: Adaptive interfaces vital
The proliferation of in-car devices raises the demand for better telematics and speech-recognition technology.
2014-09-10 Apple in need of game changer, reveals Watch and iPhone 6
The Apple Watch offers a new take on wearable technology with its flexible display, fitness tracking and wireless payment support features, while the two new iPhone models boast larger screens at 4.7 inches for iPhone 6 and 5.5 inches for iPhone 6 Plus.
2014-09-16 10 things to consider on Apple's new products
The Apple Watch should tempt plenty of people, but not so many as Apple's iPhone, iPad, or iPod. It is just "one more thing" to manage among the many devices in our lives.
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