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Linear Technology Corporation announces the LTM4675, dual 9A or single 18A, µModule (micromodule) step-down DC/DC regulator with PMBus serial digital interface in a small 11.9mm x 16mm x 3.51mm BGA package.
Ametherm released a new series of UL-approved circuit protection thermistors with industry-high energy and steady state current ratings for inrush current limiting in power supplies from 50 W to 200 W, 1/8 HP motors and small pumps,…
Microsemi Corporation announced the availability of its new automotive-grade field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and system-on-chip (SoC) FPGAs.
Smiths Connectors announced the launch of a rugged high speed addition to its D-Sub Series. This line of high-impedance connectors is offered with 150 ohm Quadrax contacts.
You’re probably familiar with that Japanese paper-folding technique called origami. Maybe you’re pretty skilled at the art-form, maybe you don’t have the patience for that nonsense.
Linear Technology Corporation introduces the LTC2348-18, an 18-bit, 8-channel simultaneous sampling successive approximation register (SAR) ADC with industry-leading performance and flexibility.
Silicon unveiled a dual-mode Bluetooth Smart Ready module solution that gives embedded developers unparalleled flexibility to integrate both Bluetooth Smart and Bluetooth Basic Rate/Enhanced Data Rate (BR/EDR) wireless technologies while…
Conrad Business Supplies has introduced optional print head adapters for milling and engraving attachments for use with its renkforce RF1000 3D printer.
Recently Amazon launched a dedicated solar power store in India. Now the company is bringing renewable energy to Virginia.
Powerbox introduces the EXM30 series of 30W external wall plug adaptors. With an input range of 85 – 264 VAC (reduced power below 100VAC) and output of 12, 15 or 24 VDC the series covers a large number of applications.
About one person dies of skin cancer every hour. Since all skin cancer screenings are initially based off of visual examinations, a team of researchers created a smartphone accessory to help detect the disease right away.
After a long day, you probably want to head to the fridge for a glass of wine or beer. If you're a tech-lover, you may even want to connect that fridge to all kinds of fun electronics.
A research breakthrough by a team from the University of Twente in the Netherlands has discovered that gold and copper are sturdy enough for 3D printing.
SuperVessel, an open access cloud service created by Beijing’s IBM Research and IBM Systems Labs, is now available to the global community of developers who want to participate in the OpenPOWER ecosystem.