Yokowo’s spring pin connectors (pogo pins) are said to enable designers to reduce the size and weight of their designs, while improving overall performance. Features contributing to reliable performance include a long working stroke, multiple contact points (with narrow pin-pitched effect), stable contact pressure, desirable
Informal meeting with EU ministers on the situation of GM on 23 November 2009 reconfirms need for European coordinationNovember 23, 2009 6:59 am | by European Commission | News | Comments
Vice-President Günter Verheugen, Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes and the Commissioner in charge of Employment, Vladimir Špidla have met today with ministers in charge of the automotive industry and with a representative of GM. The first part was dedicated to GM and an exchange of...
Agilent Technologies introduced a two-channel external output amplifier that provides up to 50 Vpp (Volts peak-to-peak) amplification of function/arbitrary waveforms. The instrument is designed to work in conjunction with engineers’ existing function generators to extend the voltage range and offer
Intel Announces Increased Momentum for Personalized Care Management at Home with the Intel® Health GuideNovember 23, 2009 6:53 am | by Intel | News | Comments
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 23, 2009 – The Intel® Health Guide, Intel Corporation's next-generation personal health system, continues to win in the personal health marketplace with the addition of a new government value-added reseller (VAR) and several new customers.
Our Editor-in-Chief, Alix Paultre, discusses the new ECN site, along with several of its most noteworthy features.
Atmel Corporation today announced three new 6-pin picoPower AVR microcontrollers. The ATtiny4, ATtiny5, and ATtiny9 are pin- and code- compatible, include a rich feature set, and execute code 6-times faster than the closest competitor.
Since the 1997 international accord to fight global warming, climate change has worsened and accelerated - beyond some of the grimmest of warnings made back then. As the world has talked for a dozen years about what to do next, new ship passages opened through the once frozen summer sea ice of the Arctic.
With the holidays approaching, what product or technology is on your wish list?
The rise of counterfeiting in recent years has been astounding. The U.S. economy loses some $250 billion annually with some three-quarters of a million jobs lost every year to what the Wall Street Journal has labeled as “nothing short of an economic crisis.”
We all know demand variability and predictability are a daily reality for high tech manufacturers. The upcoming holiday season brings its own challenges for the manufacturers of consumer electronics. This year, it looks like it may be compounded by an earlier than expected uptick in underlying demand across most high tech sectors.
(Springer) Springer Science+Business Media has announced the launch of SpringerMaterials -- the Landolt-Boernstein Database. It is the world's largest content platform of selected and critically assessed data in all areas of physical sciences and engineering.
The Electronics industry is increasingly relying on new materials to maintain its pace of innovation, and is now delving into previously unexplored areas of the Periodic Table of Elements to enable ever more powerful devices. One such element is Ruthenium, which plays a crucial role in the data storage industry.
Express Logic today announced that its popular ThreadX RTOS drives Avidyne Corporation’s new DFC90 attitude-based Digital Flight Control System. The DFC90 is an integrated flight computer and control panel designed as a slide-in replacement for existing rate-based STEC 55X flight computers.
Ciena Corp. and Nortel Networks Corp. said Monday that Nortel has sold its global optical networking and carrier ethernet businesses to Ciena for $769 in cash and debt. Nortel, a maker of telecom equipment in bankruptcy, said Ciena prevailed in an auction and will pay $530 million in cash and $239 million in convertible notes due June 2017.
Aonix, a provider of solutions for safety and mission-critical applications, today announced the release of ObjectAda Real-Time 8.4 for Windows, targeting Intel x86 architecture embedded and real-time systems running the Wind River VxWorks real-time operating system (RTOS).