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Tam Harbert 8/22/2014 (2) comments
Today, the so-called Internet of Things (IoT) is more hype than reality. But even if predictions are wildly off -- they range from 20 billion to 50 billion connected devices by 2020 ...
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Junko Yoshida 8/21/2014 (1) comment
PARIS - Infineon Technologies will buy California-based International Rectifier for about $3 billion in cash, in a move described as the German company's biggest acquisition ever.
Susan Fourtané
Susan Fourtané 8/21/2014 (7) comments
Electronics manufacturing is shifting in a direction that responds to the latest trends in purchasing and using consumer electronics. Entertainment, health, and fitness are some of most ...
Karen Field 8/20/2014 (3) comments
Given all the new tools and technology that promise to significantly boost productivity, why do so many engineers consistently rank "not enough time and resources" as one of their top ...
Jennifer Baljko
Jennifer Baljko 8/20/2014 (3) comments
Increased risks, rising transportation costs, and complex supply chain practices worry most supply chain professionals. To lessen the anxiety, many executives are reassessing their ...
Ben Zimmer 8/19/2014 (4) comments
When it comes to upgrading technology and teaching tools in an engineering classroom, there's a strange push and pull.
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