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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in January 2010
Toyota's Problem Was Unforeseeable
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As systems grow in complexity, experts say designing for failure may be the best course of action for managing it
Ford Rolls out Next Generation Sync Technology
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Voice control, touch screen technology enable drivers to keep their eyes on the road
New 3M Inventions Target Solar Cell Technology
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A $200 million investment will expand Scotchshield film production
CT&T Moves beyond Neighborhood EVs
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New sports car uses lithium polymer batteries to boost performance, range
Chinese Automaker BYD Rolls Out Massive Electric Car
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Vehicle uses "iron-based" battery to get 200 miles between charges
Ford to Bring Electric Vehicle Battery Design In-House
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Raises its electric vehicle investments to nearly $1 billion
Micro Electronic Part Requires Tight Color Control
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Even tiny black specks make these tiny moldings defective




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