Apple iPod nano (http://rbi.ims.ca/4924-541). Without reducing the quality or functionality, all it took to reduce the price of the most recent iPod, was to cut down on the amount of Flash memory. Based on Multi-Level Cell (MLC) flash, all iPod nanos can boast completely skip-free playback. The 1-GB iPod nano holds up to 15,000 photos or up to 240 songs. Flash memory also contributes to the nano's size and weight: 3.5 x 1.6 x 0.27 inches and 1.5 oz. Semico Research's Inflection Point Indicator (http://rbi.ims.ca/4924-542) reports that with the addition of the nano, by the end of 2005, Apple consumed between 25 to 30 percent of the world's NAND output.
Most cyber attacks could be avoided by adopting a list of Critical Security Controls that were created by the Center for Internet Security. That’s the message from Steve Mustard of the Automation Federation.
How 3D printing fits into the digital thread, and the relationship between its uses for prototyping and for manufacturing, was the subject of a talk by Proto Labs' Rich Baker at last week's Design & Manufacturing Minneapolis.
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