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Content posted in November 2006
I Killed the Electric Car
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11/29/2006  Post a comment
Game box price wars
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Gamer Chris on Wii
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11/28/2006  Post a comment
Electric Car Movie
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11/27/2006  Post a comment
Maxtor drive dead
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Accelerometer Applications Expand
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11/20/2006  Post a comment
Selectable-gain, three-axis sensor provides the key
Cooling Rack-Mounted Electronics
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New approach cuts power consumption by 420W
The 'No-Glory’ Profession
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11/20/2006  Post a comment
Maybe we should ask working engineers why many American high school kids are steering clear of engineering
Thirty Watts of Power from a Portable Fuel Cell
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11/20/2006  Post a comment
Key developments take fuel cells closer to production
SEMI issues alert on China RoHS
Lead-Free Zone 
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The 'No-Glory’ Profession
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Collaboration Is Better
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11/6/2006  Post a comment
Strategy for 21st century leadership means less competing
Smooth, Clean Motion
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Air cylinder design produces almost no friction
A Three-Dimensional View of Molding Issues
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Protomold enhances its web-based design review process




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