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Teardown Tuesday: Amazon Fire TV
In this Teardown Tuesday, we are going to take a look at the insides of an Amazon Fire TV.
October 31, 2017
Molex’s New Hand Crimping Tool Complies with IPC Standards
The correct crimping tool can make a world of difference—just ask assembly technicians.
October 30, 2017
Always-on Voice Technology Raises Privacy Concerns
New technologies positively advertise constant microphone monitoring--but is it what consumers want?
October 29, 2017
Can This Skin Sensor Give Robotics and Prosthetics a Delicate Touch?
Researchers at the University of Washington have designed a 'skin' sensor to give robots and prosthetics more sensitivity for precision tasks....
October 28, 2017
HMI Growing Beyond Touchscreen to Accommodate New Markets with Voice Recognition
The next-generation voice-controlled HMIs are employing audio-optimized architectures and powerful algorithms to ensure speaker authentication and contextual awareness....
October 27, 2017
The Growing Need for Precision and High-Speed Control in Robotics, 3D Printing, and Manufacturing
Toshiba has introduced three new stepper motor drivers that seek to revolutionize the industry.
October 26, 2017
New Switching DC/DC Regulator from TI Shows Improvements in Regulator Implementation
Switch-mode power supplies, such as the TPS565201 from Texas Instruments, are becoming easier to implement.
October 25, 2017
The Automotive Touchscreen Problem: When User Interfaces Become Distractions
From LCDs to Siri, if a new device hits the market, there's a good chance automotive companies will try to integrate its functionality into vehicles. But new research points to touchscreens as...
October 24, 2017
Teardown Tuesday: Akai LPD8 Laptop Pad Controller
In this teardown, we open up Akai's Laptop Pad Controller and find a refreshing surprise.
October 24, 2017
STMicro’s New ST53G System-in-Package Chip Could Add Contactless Payment to Your Smart Watch
Could this be the chip that brings contactless payment in wearables to the forefront? This News Brief takes a look at the ST53G SiP (system-in-package) from STMicroelectronics....
October 23, 2017
New Programmable Motor Controller from STMicroelectronics Aims for Efficient Battery-Powered Devices
Small batteries increase the need for low power use, efficient design. In this News Brief, we take a look at the STSPIN32F0A programmable motor controller from ST Micro....
October 22, 2017
Historical Engineers: George Westinghouse and the AC Power Grid
Learn about the man who helped Nikola Tesla propel the adoption of the AC electrical grid in the United States.
October 21, 2017
The History and Basics of IPC Standards: The Official Standards for PCBs
Learn about the industry-adopted IPC standards that govern every step related to the design, assembly, inspection, testing, and documentation of printed circuit boards (PCBs)....
October 20, 2017
5G Internet Before 2020? Verizon and Qualcomm Partner to Test 5G NR Protocol
Verizon and Qualcomm hope to champion the 5G wireless specification needed to support things like autonomous vehicles to consumers by 2020. That's a tall order—can they make it happen?...
October 19, 2017
Intel to Introduce New CPU-FPGA Hybrid Chip Supported by Acceleration Stack
Last year, Intel acquired FPGA-focused Altera. Now they've announced the intention to create a hybrid between their well-known CPUs and FPGAs.Last year, Intel acquired FPGA-focused Altera. Now...
October 18, 2017
Teardown Tuesday: Motion-Activated Trail Camera
In this Teardown Tuesday, we are going to take a look at the inner workings of a trail camera!
October 17, 2017
KRACK Attack in WPA 2 Devices Threatens the 4-Way Handshake Protocol
Odds are high that you've worked with or actively rely on the WPA and WPA 2 Wi-Fi protocols. A newly discovered vulnerability, known as a Key Reinstallation Attack (or "KRACK Attack"), might...
October 17, 2017
Fans Are Getting New Bearing Designs: New DC Axial Fans from CUI
An improved bearing system inside a new line of DC axial fans from CUI allows them to offer quieter operation and longer life.
October 16, 2017
DARPA’s New Infrared Smart Sensor Can Operate with “Near-Zero” Power Consumption
A research team from Northeastern University has created a near-zero power consumption sensor at standby.
October 15, 2017
Dialog Semiconductor to Acquire Silego for $306 Million in Bid for the IoT
Dialog Semiconductor is set to acquire Silego for a reported $306 million. How will this affect their product lines?
October 14, 2017
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