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Content posted in February 2007
Hidden Gems from the Consumer Electronics Show
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2/26/2007  Post a comment
In a vast field of new gizmos and improved contraptions, we look at what gadgets engineers would most appreciate
Memory Could Replace Flash, Disk Drives
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2/26/2007  Post a comment
Applications include cameras, digital music players, laptops
Hollow Part Design Not Such a Slow Go
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2/26/2007  Post a comment
Low-cost process solves insert challenges due to small volume requirements
Consumer Electronics Show Focuses on Vehicles, Home
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2/26/2007  Post a comment
Exhibitors emphasize sharing of electronic media
Microsoft's Robotic Moves
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2/26/2007  Post a comment
New software from Microsoft promises to simplify the development of robotics' applications
ThyssenKrupp Claims Near-Net-Shape Forging Process Enhances Performance
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2/22/2007  Post a comment
New process was developed to enhance piston performance in diesel truck engines
Remembering the Remote Control Inventor
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2/20/2007  Post a comment
Dr. Robert Adler leaves legacy of first TV remote control
Nintendo Responds to Multiple Gamer Complaints on Game Controller Safety
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2/5/2007  Post a comment
Wii's thin, unstable wrist straps replaced by thicker, sturdier versions
Programmable Indexer Solution
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2/5/2007  Post a comment
Direct drive operation and software increases accuracy, reduces noise
Solution for Medical Test Strip Counterfeiting
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2/5/2007  Post a comment
Microcontroller-based token could help identify counterfeit strips
Robotic Parking Comes to New York
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2/1/2007  Post a comment
New Yorkers get their first automated parking system ó and hope it works better than the one in New Jersey




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