Sitebrand Inc (TSX VENTURE: SIB), a leader in online marketing solutions today announced the start of its beta program for relevance7, Sitebrand's long anticipated new personalization platform."Kicking off the beta phase of relevance7 represents another great step forward for Sitebrand. Product and...
At a time when they wanted to focus on the economy, Chinese leaders face a surprise political challenge: A possible Google pullout that could anger China's public and embolden other companies to vent grievances.Google Inc.'s threat to shut down its China-based site Google.cn over censorship and...
While China's censorship policies are prompting Google to consider quitting its operations in the country, some technology companies see the restrictions as an golden business opportunity.
Americans are using their cellphones and social media like Facebook to make a donation to the Haiti relief effort.
The difficulty of proving that the Chinese government was behind a cyberattack has frozen the U.S. response.
Women may think of men as primitive, but new research indicates that the Y chromosome — the thing that makes a man male — is evolving far faster than the rest of the human genetic code.
(Michigan Technological University) Boron nitride nanotubes have been notoriously difficult to grow, requiring special instrumentation, dangerous chemistry, or temperatures of over 1,500 degrees Celsius to assemble. As it turns out, they just needed a little encouragement. Now, Michigan...
National Instruments announced LabVIEW Robotics 2009, a new version of its graphical system design software that provides a standard development platform for designing robotic and autonomous control systems.
Dr. Stephen A. Holditch, head of the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University and holder of the Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation Chair, has been selected vice president and president-elect of The Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas...
Anderson Power Products (APP) launched its Saf-D-Grid connector system for use in the direct connection of DC electronic devices to a DC micro grid. This connector system is appropriate for use in DC servers or any device connecting directly to
Uni-form epoxy preforms, manufactured by Multi-Seals, are now available in a low cure-temperature epoxy called DC-202LT. It will cure as fast as five minutes at 175°C (350°F) or at temperatures as low as
Design applications are getting increasingly dense for embedded system platforms. You name the application, and in most cases, space it at a premium. Packaging the boards, power supplies, fans, drives and other components into these smaller spaces can be challenging.
In designing an LED lighting application, it is imperative for engineers to consider certain factors in their blueprint. Obvious considerations including lumen output, CRI, system efficacy, size, weight, and cost may be discussed at length, but a suitable cooling solution may be overlooked.
LED lighting provides both promise and challenges for virtually every electric lighting application currently served by earlier illumination technologies such as incandescent and fluorescent lighting. Indeed, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has proclaimed that no other lighting technology offers so much potential to save energy over traditional lighting technologies.
As heat loads continue to escalate in electronic equipment, designers seek out more powerful heat sinks to cool their electronic devices. In many instances, designers are turning to pin fin heat sinks, which are considered to be one of the most effective heat sink technologies available.