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Content tagged with Consumer Electronics
posted in January 2009
Screening Emo Labs' New Speaker Technology
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1/22/2009  Post a comment
Edge Motion technology puts speakers in notebooks, TVs, monitors, auto telematics and even cell phones on a diet
Maintaining Design Integrity through Multiple Product Cycles
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1/16/2009  Post a comment
Motorola's use of PTC software keeps mechatronic challenges in line
Consumer Electronics Show to Highlight Games and Motion
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1/8/2009  Post a comment
Digitization of spatial movements leads the wave of new consumer technologies
Freescale Rolls out NetBook Reference Design at CES
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1/6/2009  Post a comment
New design cuts cost, power consumption of "netbooks"
LSI, Freescale Roll Out DSPs for Broadband, Telecom
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1/5/2009  Post a comment
Targeted at media gateways, wireless base stations
Faster Processors Pave Way for Vision, 3-D TV
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Multi-core microcontrollers and DSPs will boost vehicle safety, improve entertainment
In with the New — Out with the Old
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Modern User-Defined Instrumentation Solves the Test and Development Challenges of wireless technology




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