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Content tagged with Consumer Electronics
posted in September 2004
Robots Unite
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File Under Really Impractical Inventions
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Rocker engineer creates a $4K guitar tuner
Waxy Widgets
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Melissa Hines is using everyday wax to increase energy output of resonators and ultimately decrease the cost of electronic devices such as cell phones.
Ultimate Testing
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An unusual approach to wireless measurement. Engineers collect real-time impact data on the playing field.
Electronics
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Electronics
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Video Driver Integrates Selectable Filters
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Versatile IC addresses high-definition, progressive scan, and standard-definition formats
More Memory Helps Aging Chip Line
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I/O to extend life, 8-bit chips gain memory
Business IM-ing
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