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Content posted in June 2006
Small, Speedy Valve
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Compact design withstands high life cycles
Plastics Get The Juice
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More conductivity means more applications for conductive plastics
3D Software Tools Proliferate
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New software addresses new applications and broader usage
Software Executive Calls for 'Nightly Builds'
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Hardware may ultimately take a back seat to software, even in big products such as cars and airplanes.
1394b Motion Networking
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New products focus on using IEEE 1394b specifications and efforts to standardize on 1394 automation protocol
Fluid Flow Finesse
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Software simplifies ultrasonic flow measurements
Creating Innovation
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Automakers try to spark novel ideas
Freescale's Shrinking Processor
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Compact 8-bit chip trims size, price
Software Simplifies Wireless Product Set-up
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Built atop Wi-Fi Alliance's "simple Config" spec.
Embedded Systems Conference Draws Heavy Hitters
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More than 300 exhibitors, including Microsoft, Intel, Sun Microsystems, Xilinx, and Wind River
Building Strong Bones
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Rapid prototyping takes on bone replacement
Online Motion Expert System
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New expert system for motion component selection adds intelligence and analysis to search process




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