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posted in May 2013

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We Know What the IoT Is, but How & When It Arrives Is Unclear
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5/15/2013  14 comments
IoT technology has become so prevalent that there’s now a consortium based on the topic.
Video Shows How We Can Make a Difference in People’s Lives
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5/9/2013  6 comments
PTC video looks at a few individuals who have made use of College Park prosthetics to lead perfectly normal lives, if you consider motorcycle racing, snowboarding, and mountain climbing normal.
Video Blog: Life-Changing Inventions & the Big Bucks
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5/8/2013  14 comments
DN brand director Rich Nass picks two important topics for his weekly video blog -- engineering starting salaries and the 20th anniversary of the Internet.
My Opinion on Energy Efficiency: It's Universal
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5/6/2013  7 comments
The Hanover Fair was eye-opening for lots of reasons, including the difference in German trade show culture vs. that seen in US trade shows.
NXP Acquires Development Tool Vendor, Strengthens ARM Ecosystem
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5/3/2013  2 comments
NXP Semi has acquired Code Red Technologies, an embedded software development tools provider. The important questions for you are, why did they do that, and what does it mean to you?
Video Blog: What Are the 'Must Have' Features of an MCU?
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5/2/2013  4 comments
Brand director Rich Nass sat down with Microchip's Mitch Dale during the Design West show last week to talk about MCUs.


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