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.. editor's view | Sensors Expo Tackles Energy Management And Scavenging For Wireless Communications By Roger Allan, Contributing Editor
MEMS and nano technologies will be key to powering the wireless communications and networking tools of the future. Contributing Editor Roger Allan takes a look at some of the announcements at last month's Sensors Expo & Conference, held at the Rosemont Convention Center in Illinois.Read the full article..... focus on embedded software | It's Official: GPLv3 Ready To Go
The release of version 3 of the General Public License (GPL) on June 29 will give embedded developers lots to consider.Read the full article..... EiED online | Internet Radio To Suffer From New Licensing Costs
On June 26, a number of radio sites that stream content on a regular basis led a silent protest against costs imposed in March by the Copyright Royalty Board for streaming audio content, specifically on songs. The change from a per-song rate to a per-listener rate, which goes into effect July 15, will likely shut down a significant number of Internet radio sites.Read the full article..... Engineering TV: Episode 49: | Next-Generation Space Robotics
The second-generation Robonaut from NASA improves on the first with very tightly packaged electronics and also structural modifications for use in space-mounting to a large arm or as a planetary explorer.
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Apple's iPhone is tearing up the tracks. Take a look under the hood and see what makes the hottest product on the market tick.Read the full article.... Hot Markets Get Ready To Take Off, Sometimes Literally
So what's the next big thing going to be? Medical electronics and location technologies are obvious choices. But savvy designers should look into some other vertical markets as well.Read the full article.... Major Challenges Lie Ahead For LED Acceptance
Performance consistency is a challenge for LED lighting applications. A LED's output tends to vary in color over time. Units for the same processed batch can also experience these variations. Solutions are available, though.Read the full article.... The H-1B Visa: The Hottest Ticket In Town
In April, the U.S. government received 133,000 applications for 65,000 H-1B visas on the day it started accepting applications for high-skilled jobs that won't start until October. Yet Congress has proposed a couple of solutions that will close some of these loopholes.Read the full article.... What's Next In Nuclear Power
Nuclear energy is sure to play a role as we move away from an economy based on fossil fuels. The next generation of nuclear plants will be designed with safety, efficiency, and disposal in mind.Read the full article...
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