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Content posted in August 2006
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Pimp My Computer
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A DIY Tivo for the Memory Mad
Five Equals Four with a Diode OR: Something Didn't Add Up Here!
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The Making of a Gadget Via Committee
Analog Switches
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Nokia 6136 WI-FI with GSM
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MULTIRADIO CELL PHONE
Slack Variable Episode IX: Slack Jawed
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Slack Varible VS. The Segway Samurai
Motorola Canopy Lite
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WIRELESS BROADBAND SUBSCRIBER MODULES
DFMA® 2006 Software
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Packaging without Surprises
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An open-architecture approach to robotics provides the answer
Small, Cool, Powerful
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Compact liquid-cooled electric drives help propel the latest generation of a heavy-duty military truck
Rugged Packaging Environment
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System components requiring corrosion protection proliferate
Small-Scale Logic Packaging
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New technologies shrink the footprint and weight of handheld products
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