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    FinFETs provide an important bridge for power and performance, but they’re not free.

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    Chris A. Ciufo on All Things Embedded

    10/29/12 “MicroFlix”…Funny name; how crazy would it be if Netflix joined the Microsoft Family?

    If Microsoft were to buy Netflix - and it's a big "if", since it's only a rumor - MSFT could join Apple,...

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    Nick MacKechnie-Stuck somewhere between family life and IT...

    04/25/12 How Microsoft IT Implemented Disaster Recovery in the Datacenter

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    TI India Educators' Conference - 2013 C.P. Ravikumar, Texas Instruments The churning of the ocean In the Hindu mythology, there is a story of the churning of the ocean. The Gods and the Demons knew about the nectar of life that lay hidden deep in the ocean. Anyone who consumed a drop of the nectar would be rendered...

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    Using Twitter a day will keep the doctor away. That’s right, forget having that daily apple, your health may very well be improved simply by using Twitter through well…. Apple. And it’s all account of engineers. What am I talking about? Well, since Twitter is built on open source software, Twitter engineers use, contribute...

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    GMD IT Consultancy Services is into providing tailor made software solutions for various domain in the area of Banking & Finance, Healthcare, Travel, Supply Chain, Retails & Manufacturing and Hospitality. Incase of any requirement you may write to info@gmdcs.co.in...

  • #ROBOTICS: "1000 Robot Makers Debut Worldwide"  /  (NextGenLog)

    Nearly a thousand robot companies are already hawking their wares to a global population of about one million working robots. All the manufacturing, service and personal robotics vendors are detailed in an interactive online map created by The Robot Report: R. Colin Johnson @NextGenLogRed markers are industrial robot makers;...

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    This white paper takes a fresh look at the performance of low-power x86 CPUs, now that VIA has introduced dual-core and quad-core CPUs.

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    For FPGA developers working on designs for medical devices, one approach to dealing with regulatory uncertainty is to borrow heavily from design assurance processes in other safety-critical industries, such as avionics, where standards are well established. These well-established standards mandate a development flow that is controlled, auditable and perhaps most important, specific to the requirements of hardware engineering. While following such a flow will not guarantee smooth sailing though every regulatory approval process for FPGA devices bound for medical applications, it is consistent with basic regulatory intent - to demonstrate to auditors that complex devices meet their requirements and perform well under all foreseeable conditions.

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