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Content posted in October 2007
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Boeing 787 Launch Delayed by Six Months
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First flight now anticipated for end of first quarter 2008
Alice 3.0 Software Soon to be Released from Carnegie Mellon
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Carnegie Mellon University is ramping up to release Alice 3.0 to help transition students in computer science and programming
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Lithium Technology Expands
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More energy for greater portable electronics usage
Rugged to the Rescue
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For hostile environments, these connectors are really rugged
Capacitors Get Smaller, More Energy Efficient
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Manufacturers innovate to meet changing capacitor needs
Powering Multi-Functions
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Managing energy for efficiency
Microcontrollers Tasked for Energy Efficiency
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Devices work to reduce power consumption
Round Form-Factor Connectors
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Meeting specific standards is essential
LED
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Brighter, Smaller and More Colorful
Engineering Green Packaging
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The move toward sustainable packaging will usher in material, design and machinery changes
Thin Is In
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Squeezing three-axis accelerometers into a very small space
Power Management ICs Meet Growing Needs
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ICs help designers deal with higher power, new features
Systems Transition Connectors
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Providing firm yet flexible connectivity
Power Polymers Fuel Solar Cell Advances
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Proprietary semi-conductive polymers team with conventional processes to advance solar energy
Engineering Meets Online
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Distributors meet accelerated time-to-market needs
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