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Content posted in February 2006
Finally, A Listener
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Cars begin adopting voice recognition that understands you
SolidWorks 2007
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'Smart Lights' Illuminate Dark Corners
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Ford's system illuminates the road more effectively without HID sticker shock
Shock Testing With Multi-Tasking Motion Controller
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Fox Racing Shox employs a new stress-testing machine, which uses a motion coordinator, servo drives, and linear actuators for motion and data analysis
A Slick New Composite Manifold
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Carbon fiber will keep the tuners happy
Software in the News
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Noteworthy new product announcements
Engineering Bugaboo: Software Interoperability
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How many users are dealing with multi-CAD issues? Nearly all, says a new survey.
Air control takes the bus
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Operating valves through a network brings productivity gains.
Mag bearings dampen vibration
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Technology can smooth wafer fabrication
High-Speed Automotive Databus May Reach Production in 2006
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Freescale, Philips roll out FlexRay microcontrollers, transceivers




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