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Content tagged with Consumer Electronics
posted in June 2012
Secure Android OS Developed for Soldiers
News 
6/27/2012  5 comments
With the use of smartphones and tablets becoming more prevalent across the armed forces, the DoD is concerned with securing these devices to keep classified or confidential information out of the hands of adversaries.
Micromachined Sensor Measures Gas Flow in Smart Meters
Product News 
6/26/2012  7 comments
A sensor introduced at the recent Sensors Expo targets the hundreds of millions of electronic meters to be installed in the next decade.
Will DOT 'Distracted Driver Blueprint' Solve the Problem?
Automotive News 
6/20/2012  70 comments
The Department of Transportation says it is putting its foot down on driver distraction.
Keep the Focus on Requirements
Blog 
6/20/2012  12 comments
Adding unnecessary features to a product just because you can is sloppy engineering.
Slideshow: Samsung Galaxy S3 Teardown
Blog 
6/19/2012  12 comments
It should come as no surprise that Samsung's latest high-end Galaxy phone, the Galaxy S3, has drawn the interest of consumers, designers, engineers, and market analysts.
Video: Bukobot Advances Open-Source 3D Printing
CAD/CAM Corner 
6/19/2012  6 comments
The Bukobot open-source 3D printer aims for easier assembly and scalability, offering hobbyists and engineers a low-cost framework for getting started with 3D printing.
Slideshow: Scenes From the 49th Design Automation Conference
Blog 
6/18/2012  4 comments
The annual high-tech tradeshow sometimes resembled a medieval fair with its jugglers, acrobats, and magicians.
Plastics, Adhesives & Coatings Miniaturize Products
Engineering Materials 
6/15/2012  12 comments
A wide array of materials aid engineers in the miniaturization of medical and consumer electronics and solar power equipment.
Electronic Component Cooling Solutions Wanted
News 
6/15/2012  7 comments
DARPA aims to create an embedded cooling system for electronics components through its ICECool program to improve thermal management.
MEMS Sensors Bring Intelligence to Tennis Rackets
News 
6/13/2012  14 comments
After decades of using wood, aluminum, catgut, and little else, the venerable tennis racket may be about to get a dose of 21st century intelligence.
Corning's Paper-Thin, Flexible Display Glass
Engineering Materials 
6/13/2012  15 comments
Corning says its 100-micron Willow Glass is the first display material that can be made in high-volume roll-to-roll manufacturing processes for consumer electronics.
Hardware & Software Suppliers Simplify Multicore Programming
Electronics News 
6/12/2012  11 comments
Hardware and software companies are responding to the growth of multicore processing with a new generation of programming tools.
Digital Recorder Unorganizes Your Music
Made by Monkeys 
6/11/2012  13 comments
Digital audio recorder names your song files with its own confusing system.
Video: Hover Car Concept Lifts Off
Blog 
6/8/2012  54 comments
The zero-emission two-seater levitates above the road and propels itself forward using electromagnetic road networks.
All-Plastic Electronics Power Flexible Color Display
Engineering Materials 
6/7/2012  32 comments
A flexible color display developed for an e-reader being tested in Russian schools is daylight readable, and has applications that go beyond conventional e-readers.




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