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The source for emerging technologies for design solutions
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Check out these 7 key factors to help keep project costs down!

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Check out our list of the Top 5 coolest phones at CES! 

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Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey will be out soon, and it was filmed using an interesting embedded wireless solution. Check it out here.. 
http://electronicdesign.com/blog/altembedded-6/embedded/wireless-3d-hobbit-74765

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Electronica 2012 is upon us and Editor-in-Chief Joe Desposito gives his take on the week, starting on Monday with the Automotive Conference.

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Electronic Design's 2012 Annual Salary Survey Report - created for working electronic design engineers, students and graduate students searching for career advice, salary and compensation ranges and insights into the full career life cycle for the electronic design engineering profession. This year's report also includes a snapshot of design engineers' insights on political issues impacting the profession. Download today and also receive a bonus report: the Top 50 Employers in Electronic Design. 

www.electronicdesign.com/salarysurvey

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EnOcean sent us an ESK 300C Starter Kit, and we’re giving it away for free. It’s designed to demonstrate EnOcean’s energy harvesting and ultra-low-power radio technologies. Click on the link below to enter.

http://www.accelacomm.com/jaw/googleplus/9/50203443/

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Ridley Scott utilizes the latest digital animation and 3D techniques to deliver the blockbuster sci-fi film Prometheus.  Check out the technology behind the movie here!

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What’s the difference between 802.11n And 802.11ac? This article explains the difference between the currently popular IEEE wireless LAN standard 802.11n and the forthcoming new standard 802.11ac that defines a faster version.

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What wireless trends can you expect in 2012? Communications editor Lou Frenzel has 8 predictions. What do you think?
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