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- Guarding chips against "electric floods"
- Hopefully I'll wake up totally refreshed in a few hours realizing what a great treatise this was on sattelite electronics passivation, ready to license WiMP and other guard ring IP (not misusing vocabulary, etc.)
- E-whiskers could turn robots hairy
- The terms for applications are hilarious buzzword patties! Trying to work in medium scale with a CNT materials suite is important, though. Maybe they could paddle a canoe sized to have a waterbear in back (c.f. Dr. Pepper commercials?) Mimicking shrimp palps is a more badass variant. Roboneckbeard, go! Researchers bizarrely all guys. Maybe just most under 15y.o...
- Kickstart a wristwatch-scope!
- Where is the abalone inlay going to be, again? Curse you, 30-point LCDsegment font, but at least you're not leaking 70W of RF from a dodgy 50-ohm probe. It comes with probes, right? Blue wire industrial interface header? Well, it might serve calls from Total Groundbounce Awareness spooks after all. I don't see how wrist can be a dangling object.
- *duino meets chipmakers: What's all this then?
- From the crossing wires testbed department's nexus with a '30 Linux Kernel Dev Environments In 30 Days' video item on the candy factory's pages, it happens to be a low-overhead testbed for arch. support (not that a dev. iPhone _ is way out there at 20W and a few grand, it's not trivial to all 15yo know-it-all candidates.) It keeps LTS and product lifetime notions nicely near the price of liking a novel (until someone writes a VM for iOS, when cost goes right up again but not as badly as recovering data from an agey tape backup.)
- Product how-to: Over-the-air software reaches cars
- I absolutely welcome having dmesg leak into my driving record log; From Flo, Dear GM-OMAP21307ipv6... , because of your record driving $DEADBEEF we are pleased to offer you a discount of 71,413-69,993i on this bill! Hearing about QNX in there is reassuring, but I wonder which components will run slow when the car tunes in a runtime or stack-smashing attack? Will a Chrysler, heavy on one photorealism or another, tell me about the interdiction fees it racked up in the course of picking up all local flippers in order to present them along with the appropriate authenticating requester? The requester for a Dodge to join or leave the Free Syrian Army; will it be region-specific?
- How to Overcome Technical Hurdles During Microcontroller Development
- Aaand that's why I need to learn Cantonese or Sail Vietnam for 2 months, 'kay boss? Thanks for the PCB fab link there.
- What can 3-D sound mapping do for you?
- The howling and wailing and magic blue smoke can come out of the box up to Oct. 31, but after that some agile team has to check out PnS tools like these to stop the leaks and find inductance coupling that only happen in 40m.p.h. winds. The noiseless windbox comes with the mic. rental, right?
- Six LED challenges that still remain
- redshift is good as a hammer to suggest a diurnal cycle (redshift the linux utility which looks at lat & long and hopes you picked sane color temperatures to emulate warm light.) Are there good SmartTV/Android features that do better or killer OLED apps?
- Saving $$ around the house – Part I
- Hey! The cost you're saving is that of troubling with bulb to-do; .75 Ohm within spec, 50 Ohms fighting inrush (after some warming up,) good stuff. Thanks for the memory jog. Already that tonn.ie link is 404; that's fine because you can be more coherent posting the next link, too. For my part I think I'll say that Maxim (all of the Maxim...MaximLighting.com, the glossy mens' analog excitation journal, all) only let me go home to check on things every 7 years, I had a hell of a time getting a script to operate my answering machine, and were those CFLs dusty! Are property tax inrush limiters on the domestic side a thing?
- 10 electrical engineers everyone should follow on Twitter
- Your MX should be consuming an HD a year (so, 3GiB) and filtering madly, or your phone isn't close enough to the cloud. You didn't think AT&T had a big pile of HDs with your name on them?
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