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posted in December 2012
Video: Transformer Robots Are Not Autonomous Yet
News 
12/28/2012  26 comments
A hobbyist firm has created a robot that changes from a humanoid into a vehicle and back again. The firm says the robot will autonomous by 2030.
10 Tech Gifts to Buy Your Engineer for Christmas
Blog 
12/19/2012  14 comments
Plop your laptop on the dining room table so your significant other can tune in to what you'd really like this holidays. Spoiler alert: Many of these suggestions are off the beaten path.
3D Print Your Own Personal Electronics
News 
12/14/2012  57 comments
If it's possible to 3D print blood vessels, robots, and guns, then why shouldn't you be able to 3D print your own personal electronics?
Inspiring Keynote Delivered at ICCVE
Guest Blogs 
12/14/2012  2 comments
The first ICCVE opened with an inspiring keynote speech by Norman Mineta, former US Secretary of Transportation, and a host of leaders from the intelligent transportation and technology world.
Error Code Boggled the Boiler
Made by Monkeys 
12/13/2012  23 comments
When the boiler quit working, the error code should have led to a solution, but it did not.
Xbox 360 Gets a $5 Fix
Made by Monkeys 
12/10/2012  20 comments
Just before buying a new Xbox 360, one gamer found a fix that cost a mere $5.
Selecting Connectors for Mobile Medical Devices
Blog 
12/10/2012  5 comments
Here are the key technical factors to consider when looking for a reliable connector for use in mobile or other handheld medical devices.
Design Decisions: What Designers Need to Know About EMI Shielding
Guest Blogs 
12/5/2012  4 comments
The balancing act between accessibility/airflow and shielding from electromagnetic interference can be maintained with a honeycomb filter.




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