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Creating an 8x8x8 3D LED Cube: The Base PCB
Creating an 8x8x8 3D tri-color LED cube from the ground up involves a variety of tasks, including designing the base PCB upon which the cube will be mounted.
Allocating MCU Resources Accurately
When you need a new MCU and new I/O for a project, how do you choose among the many and confusing alternatives?
Experts Call for Secure Sensors
Sensor nodes are the most vulnerable point of attack in an Internet of Things ecosystem, so securing the trillions of sensors industry experts expect is of the utmost concern.
AMD Integrates X86, GPU & I/O
Early next year, AMD will ship Carrizo, its most integrated x86 processor to date, combining I/O with -- in some versions -- new x86 and GPU cores.
Test Your Way to a Better IoT
Better design and test procedures will lead to much lower maintenance costs than for systems where those precautions have not been taken.
How to Help STEM the Tide of Unfilled Tech Jobs
How do we inspire the next generation to be creators, not just consumers, of technology?
12 Startups I Saw at Demo
The consumer Internet of Things sector is getting crowded and maybe a bit ahead of itself, a Nest co-founder said at the Demo event, where a handful of smart-home startups showed their wares.
Megachips: Japan's Best Kept Secret
In a recent interview with EE Times, Megachips' president and CEO Akira Takata laid out a plan to commit the company's future growth, not on ASICs for the domestic market, but ASSPs for the global market.
Intel Expects 2015 Mobile Speedup
Intel is back on track with mobile, company officials said at an annual investor meeting.
LEDs Go Color-Temperature & Tunable
The LED manufacturer Everlight introduced what it calls the world's first color-temperature tunable LEDs in a simple chip on board package.
Culture Is King in Job Search
Programmers, web developers, and software engineers often assume that technical skills land jobs and lead to career success, but in today's startup landscape, company culture is king.
Friday Quiz: More Radar
An EE Times reader submitted our second Friday quiz about radar.
Want to Present a Paper at ESC Boston 2015?
If you are interested in presenting a paper on the technical stage or at the Fantastical Theatre of Engineering Innovation, here's how to submit an abstract.
Transparent Car Shows Automotive's Future
TE Connectivity's clear-plastic, full-size model car shows the latest advances in automotive tech.
Why No One Leaves Linear Technology
Why culture makes Linear Tech a winner.
The Messe U-Bahn Crush Business Indicator
Electronica's healthy glow means good things for Europe's electronics sector.
Automotive Industry Drives Chip Demand
Among all major end use-applications for integrated circuits, the automotive market exposes the strongest growth, finds market researcher IC Insight in a study to be released later this month.
Power Week: Duracell Buyout Tied to Wireless Power, EVs?
The acquisition of the Duracell battery brand by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway could have broader implications for the power technology industry.
What Are You Wearing?
The wearables market is at $6B this year and is estimated to rise to $33B by 2019. What are you wearing? What will you be wearing soon?
Carbon Nanobuds Flex, Replace Indium Tin Oxide
Carbon nanobud films will replace indium tin oxide as the transparent conductors enabling touchscreens, buttons, sliders, and more.