Episode 14: SAE Wrap; Mobile Multicore

May 31, 2011
This week, Contributing Editor Randy Frank wraps up SAE 2011 World Congress, while Contributing Editor Joe Hallett reports on SID Display Week. In addition, Contributing Editor Linley Gwennap talks about multicore processors for mobile computing. Finally, Editor-in-Chief Joe Desposito reports on third-generation range extenders for hybrid cars and IP addresses for light bulbs. LISTEN NOW                    DOWNLOAD

TIME: 2:26
Randy Frank Wraps up SAE 2011 World Congress
Contributing editor Randy Frank brings you the highlights of the SAE 2011 World Congress--the Society of Automotive Engineers. This year’s theme of “Charging Forward Together,” was reinforced throughout the conference.

TIME: 8:45
Joe Hallett Shines Light on Display Week 2011
Contributing editor Joe Hallett wraps up Display Week 2011, the 49th conference and exhibition of the Society for Information Display.

TIME: 15:43
Linley Gwennap Talks About Mobile Multicore
Linley Gwennap, Contributing Editor and Principal Analyst at the Linley Group, talks about mobile processors going multicore.

TIME: 21:40
Third Generation Range Extenders for Hybrid Vehicles
Editor-in-chief Joe Desposito rummages through his e-mails and comes up with an interesting item from Peter Harrop, Chairman of IDTechEx on second vs. third generation of range extenders for hybrid vehicles.

TIME: 30:26
IP Addresses for Light Bulbs
Editor-in-chief Joe Desposito talks about a new smart lighting solution from NXP Semiconductors called GreenChip.

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