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Mar 31, 2014

Could Cloudy Days And Flower Power Be The New Blue Sky Thinking On Solar Energy?

  Organic photovoltaics and power from plants are providing some bright alternatives to the traditional electronics technology used in solar....More
Feb 26, 2014

LTE-Advanced Advances Further Through Collaborative Efforts

    LTE-Advanced (LTE-A) took an important step forward with the verification of Release 10 LTE-A protocols. It was made possible by a new....More
Feb 12, 2014

What Do Super-Chips, Cake Decoration, And Wine Have In Common?

  The answer is 3D graphene structures. Graphene has been hailed as a game changing technology that could generate the super-chips of the future....More
Jan 27, 2014

Wirelessly Charged Buses Hit The Induction Highways

  A new spin on “electric avenue” is coming to Milton Keynes, U.K.: The city will introduce wirelessly charged electric buses that....More
Jan 06, 2014

Carcinogenic Evidence Against Nanotubes Continues To Mount

  Hailed as a major technological breakthrough with enormously positive implications for the future design of electronics, even to the point of....More
Oct 28, 2013

Tiny, Low-Power FPGAs Could Enable Always-On Sensor Integration

  Power efficiency via minimal component size remains an enduring design goal for many engineers. So when a company says it has developed a....More
Oct 22, 2013

Low-Energy Bluetooth And Ant+ Merge Onto One Chip

  Until recently, ANT+ and Bluetooth low-energy wireless technology were simply incompatible, forcing developers and end users to choose one....More
Oct 04, 2013

Distribution And Design—What Engineers Really Want

  Twenty-five years ago Electronic Design would not have published very much about electronic distribution companies. Our readers always....More
Sep 19, 2013

Going With The 16FinFET and 3D IC Reference Flows

  Three silicon-validated Reference Flows within the Open Innovation Platform that enable 16FinFET SoC designs and 3D chip stacking packages....More
Sep 05, 2013

Massive Comms Satellite Will Process 10 Trillion Calculations A Second

  The successful launch of Alphasat has put into orbit a communication satellite that can handle more than 10 trillion calculations/second....More
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Paul Whytock

Paul Whytock is European Editor for Penton Media's Electronics Division. From his base in London, England, he covers press conferences and industry events throughout the EU for Penton...
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