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Content tagged with Electronics & Test posted in August 2013
Average Vehicle Age Hits 11 Years
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8/30/2013  65 comments
If you’re driving a 10-year-old car, don’t feel bad. It turns out that your 10-year-old vehicle is actually younger than more than half the cars on the road today.
Video: 3D-Printed Liquid Metal Structures at Room Temperature
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8/19/2013  16 comments
A research team at North Carolina State University has figured out how to 3D print small structures made from liquid metal -- at room temperatures. The freestanding 3D-printed structures retain their liquid state, yet are stable.
'Variable Swirl' Sparks Diesel's American Return
News 
8/15/2013  17 comments
General Motors is bringing diesel technology back to an American-made compact car by using an air intake technique called “variable swirl.”
Salary Survey: 2013 Delivers Bigger Paychecks
News 
8/13/2013  22 comments
This year's annual salary survey shows salaries have increased for the third year in a row. We also break down the current views of job security, workforce fluctuations, and job satisfaction.
Toshiba Bolsters Memory of MCU Line
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8/7/2013  7 comments
Toshiba has expanded its TMPM36x line of microcontrollers with a new memory-rich product designed for real-time applications that need to process and store large amounts of data.




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