Having moved from my Motorola Razr to my Blackberry as my primary phone, I hadn't seen my Razr for a week. Usually, this would bother me and despite carrying an increasing number of gadgets, I'd at least spend some time looking for the Razr. But after panning my Razr with a tired battery in my previous blog post, I didn't care whether I found it. Lo and behold, it showed up in some pants pocket this morning. It works, but my Blackberry 8700c is now my main phone.
By the way, I wrote a Chevy Volt column (posted Thursday) discussing why GM is so late to the electric car party. The columns highlights our coverage of the electric car's new materials and powertrain. Check it out.
Just when you thought mobile technology couldn’t get any more personal, Proctor & Gamble have come up with a way to put your mobile where your mouth is, in the form of a Bluetooth 4.0 connected toothbrush.
MCU manufacturers have become excellent sources for information you can use to get a head start on your next design. In addition to the normal data sheets and evaluation boards, MCU manufacturers also often provide complete reference designs -- working designs that establish a proven baseline for creating your own custom design.
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