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Content posted in June 2007
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Freescale Rolls Out World’s First ‘Intelligent Basketball’
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6/29/2007  Post a comment
Sensors, RF technology combine to make ball smart
Mayer Describes Embedded Future at Freescale Technology Forum
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Private ownership will provide longer-term focus, he says
Where is Polycarbonate Heading?
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Apple Releases iPhone
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Bayer and Webasto Design Largest Polycarbonate Roof
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Europe's Smart Fortwo Car to be recipient
Automation Direct Releases SOLO Process/Temperature Controllers
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New 22-item line features dual output
Free webinar on REACH
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6/28/2007  Post a comment
Flexible High-Power Switch Module
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6/25/2007  Post a comment
Capability simplifies system design for low-voltage applications
Up-Front Engineering Improves Efficiency
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Involving manufacturing partners early is beneficial to projects
Readers React Angrily to Global Warming Column
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Is it heresy to suggest the debate isn't over?
GM Picks Aluminum for Enclave Hood
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Minnesota Rubber and Plastic Provides F-Treat Process for Low Surface Friction
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Elastomer application replaces use of coatings or lubricants
A350 Struggles to Catch Dreamliner
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Apple iPods in the Auto: A Mixed Blessing
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If not properly integrated, iPods could be a safety hazard, Consumer Reports says
Dos and Don'ts of Auto Electronics Design
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Poor design practices can hurt reliability
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