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PhysOrg
40-year math mystery and four generations of figuring: Proof of Kelmans-Seymour Conjecture in Graph TheoryNon-planar. TK5. Let's go to the real world to understand them better. "Graph
40-year math mystery and four generations of figuring: Proof of Kelmans-Seymour Conjecture in Graph Theory
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
Non-planar. TK5. Let's go to the real world to understand them better. "Graph Theory is used, for example, in designing microprocessors and the logic behind computer programs," said Georgia Tech mathematician Xingxing Yu, who has shepherded the... Read more
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PhysOrg
LTU computer scientist to present groundbreaking researchcomputers. The many-valued logic computers should provide faster computation by
LTU computer scientist to present groundbreaking research
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
computers. The many-valued logic computers should provide faster computation by increasing the speed of processing for microprocessors and the speed of data transfer between the processors and the memory as well as increasing the capacity of... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Tax on corporate revenue could reshape Oregon business, politicsbecause Oregon's underlying business tax structure exempts them. Intel, for exa
Tax on corporate revenue could reshape Oregon business, politics
OregonLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
because Oregon's underlying business tax structure exempts them. Intel, for example, makes billions of dollars worth of microprocessors in Hillsboro every year but sells virtually all of them in other parts of the world. A manufacturer that... Read more
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FOX Business
3 Attractive Income Stocks Whose Dividends Could Doublea problem for Avnet's Technology Solutions segment, which provides motherboards
3 Attractive Income Stocks Whose Dividends Could Double
FOX Business / Posted 3 days ago
a problem for Avnet's Technology Solutions segment, which provides motherboards, DRAM module technologies, hard drives, and microprocessors to general-purpose computer and system manufacturers. Image source: Flickr user Sean Ellis. Now for the... Read more
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FOX Business
3 Attractive Income Stocks Whose Dividends Could Doublea problem for Avnet's Technology Solutions segment, which provides motherboards
3 Attractive Income Stocks Whose Dividends Could Double
FOX Business / Posted 3 days ago
a problem for Avnet's Technology Solutions segment, which provides motherboards, DRAM module technologies, hard drives, and microprocessors to general-purpose computer and system manufacturers. Image source: Flickr user Sean Ellis. Now for the... Read more
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MedCity News
J&J highlights plans for 3D printed orthopedics and contact lenses following alliance with HP“help you to customize vision and comfort just for you.” Using it “smart” platf
J&J highlights plans for 3D printed orthopedics and contact lenses following alliance with HP
MedCity News / Posted 5 days ago
“help you to customize vision and comfort just for you.” Using it “smart” platform, the company plans to embed sensors and microprocessors into the device. The first indication will be for the treatment of presbyopia, he said. In addition, J&J is... Read more
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Business Wire
Silicon Valley Forum Presents the 19th Annual Visionary Awards Honoring Silicon Valley Innovators Jennifer Pahlka of Code for America, Tom Wheeler of FCC, Carl Bass of Autodesk, and Andrew Grove, former Intel CEO (posthumous)is credited with having transformed Intel from a manufacturer of memory chips i
Silicon Valley Forum Presents the 19th Annual Visionary Awards Honoring Silicon Valley Innovators Jennifer Pahlka of Code for America, Tom Wheeler of FCC, Carl Bass of Autodesk, and Andrew Grove, former Intel CEO (posthumous)
Business Wire / Posted 7 days ago
is credited with having transformed Intel from a manufacturer of memory chips into one of the world's dominant producers of microprocessors. His first book on semiconductors, Physics and Technology of Semiconductor Devices has been used by leading... Read more
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FOX Business
NXP Semiconductors NV: Where Did the Bluebox Autonomous Driving Kit Come From?as much as 3.4%, easily beating the market on an already sunny day. Why is Blu
NXP Semiconductors NV: Where Did the Bluebox Autonomous Driving Kit Come From?
FOX Business / Posted 10 days ago
as much as 3.4%, easily beating the market on an already sunny day. Why is Bluebox a big deal? Many companies are making microprocessors and sensor chips for the upcoming self-driving car revolution. NXP happens to be a leader in this space,... Read more
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FOX Business
NXP Semiconductors NV: Where Did the Bluebox Autonomous Driving Kit Come From?as much as 3.4%, easily beating the market on an already sunny day. Why is Blu
NXP Semiconductors NV: Where Did the Bluebox Autonomous Driving Kit Come From?
FOX Business / Posted 10 days ago
as much as 3.4%, easily beating the market on an already sunny day. Why is Bluebox a big deal? Many companies are making microprocessors and sensor chips for the upcoming self-driving car revolution. NXP happens to be a leader in this space,... Read more
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TechCrunch
How Intel missed the iPhone revolutionbe obvious why the company couldn’t pull off a daring pivot into mobile the way
How Intel missed the iPhone revolution
TechCrunch / Posted 10 days ago
be obvious why the company couldn’t pull off a daring pivot into mobile the way it once pivoted from making memory chips to microprocessors. But before we can get into the history, I have to take a brief detour and try to brain a zombie idea that... Read more
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Quartz
Intel’s so-called culture of meritocracy is costing 12,000 people their jobsthe future. The putative Apple business didn’t fit the Intel culture in other
Intel’s so-called culture of meritocracy is costing 12,000 people their jobs
Quartz / Posted 11 days ago
the future. The putative Apple business didn’t fit the Intel culture in other ways. Intel styled itself as a designer of microprocessors, not a mere fabricator of someone else’s design. By controlling the design (and thus the cost and timetable)... Read more
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AutoExpress
Ford GT: over 6,500 apply to own Ford's new supercarglobal engine engineering, explained that the GT’s ECU processes 3,000 signals
Ford GT: over 6,500 apply to own Ford's new supercar
AutoExpress / Posted 14 days ago
global engine engineering, explained that the GT’s ECU processes 3,000 signals from 50 sensors around the car and uses 28 microprocessors running 10 million lines of code (an F22 military plane uses two million lines, and a Boeing 787 six... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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11 News Houston
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
11 News Houston / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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USA Today
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
USA Today / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
KING5 Seattle / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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First Coast News
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
First Coast News / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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KTVB Boise
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
KTVB Boise / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital artForget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, an
10Best: Places to immerse yourself in digital art
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 14 days ago
Forget paint. Some artists use microprocessors to create their masterpieces, and project their work on screens, and even buildings. "Technology is really accelerating this," says digital art expert Paul Golding, chief scientist at KLIO (klioart.com),... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
URSB Moves to Check Patent, Copyright Abuse(patents held by Edison and Swan) and plastic (patents held by Baekeland), to b
URSB Moves to Check Patent, Copyright Abuse
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 days ago
(patents held by Edison and Swan) and plastic (patents held by Baekeland), to ballpoint pens (patents held by Biro), microprocessors (patents held by Intel, for example), telephones (patents held by Bell) and CDs (patents held by Russell). A... Read more
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The Irish Times
Tech world seeks successor to Moore’s Law as chips beat their own recordslarger inroads into the mobile computing world of smartphones. As part of its r
Tech world seeks successor to Moore’s Law as chips beat their own records
The Irish Times / Posted 22 days ago
larger inroads into the mobile computing world of smartphones. As part of its recent cutbacks, the company killed its Atom microprocessors, which it had been unsuccessfully trying to sell to smartphone makers. “If your whole business was about... Read more
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Business Wire
Dow’s Peter Trefonas, Ph.D., to Receive Prestigious Perkin Medalpatterning of smaller features, fitting more circuits in the same area. These a
Dow’s Peter Trefonas, Ph.D., to Receive Prestigious Perkin Medal
Business Wire / Posted 22 days ago
patterning of smaller features, fitting more circuits in the same area. These advances in miniaturization enable the faster microprocessors and multitude of new electronic devices that are such a large part of daily life. Trefonas will receive the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Moore’s Law running out of room, tech looks for a successorlarger inroads into the mobile computing world of smartphones. As part of its r
Moore’s Law running out of room, tech looks for a successor
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
larger inroads into the mobile computing world of smartphones. As part of its recent cutbacks, the company killed its Atom microprocessors, which it had been unsuccessfully trying to sell to smartphone makers. “If your whole business was about... Read more
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Business Wire
IoT Healthcare Market - Increasing Number of Connected Medical Devicesindustry needs. This model of healthcare, which heavily relies on patient part
IoT Healthcare Market - Increasing Number of Connected Medical Devices
Business Wire / Posted 23 days ago
industry needs. This model of healthcare, which heavily relies on patient participation, and subsequent data analysis by microprocessors and micro-controllers, is changing the way health services are delivered. The connectivity between sensors... Read more
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ExtremeTech
How Intel lost $10 billion — and the mobile marketfrom external customers). Unlike the merchant foundries, Intel designs and bui
How Intel lost $10 billion — and the mobile market
ExtremeTech / Posted 24 days ago
from external customers). Unlike the merchant foundries, Intel designs and builds both its fabrication plants and its microprocessors. Until the last few years, Intel never took foundry customers. Intel’s recent attempts to break into the... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Left Behind In The Mobile Revolution, Intel Struggles To InnovateIntel was once known for its success in branding personal computers with microp
Left Behind In The Mobile Revolution, Intel Struggles To Innovate
KPBS San Diego / Posted 25 days ago
Intel was once known for its success in branding personal computers with microprocessors, a technology that fueled the digital revolution. But the Silicon Valley veteran announced last month it would lay off 11 percent of its workforce — up to 12,000... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Left Behind In The Mobile Revolution, Intel Struggles To InnovateIntel was once known for its success in branding personal computers with microp
Left Behind In The Mobile Revolution, Intel Struggles To Innovate
KERA North Texas / Posted 25 days ago
Intel was once known for its success in branding personal computers with microprocessors, a technology that fueled the digital revolution. But the Silicon Valley veteran announced last month it would lay off 11 percent of its workforce — up to 12,000... Read more
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The Daily Reckoning
Why Quantum Computing Will Change the Worldthat there are other forms of computing that will not only make the end of Moor
Why Quantum Computing Will Change the World
The Daily Reckoning / Posted 26 days ago
that there are other forms of computing that will not only make the end of Moore’s Law irrelevant in terms of silicon-based microprocessors, but will accelerate the growth — the exponential growth — of computer processing power. And so, a very... Read more
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ABC News
Top 15 Finalists for EU Inventors Awards AnnouncedMassachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) enables amputees to walk with a flu
Top 15 Finalists for EU Inventors Awards Announced
ABC News / Posted 29 days ago
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) enables amputees to walk with a fluid, natural gait thanks to a combination of microprocessors and adaptive impact dampening based on posture and weight distribution. Results were achieved by mimicking... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
Quantum Computing Closer As RMIT Drives Towards First Quantum Data Busbillions, of quantum bits (qubits) all interconnected, to achieve computational
Quantum Computing Closer As RMIT Drives Towards First Quantum Data Bus
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 1 months ago
billions, of quantum bits (qubits) all interconnected, to achieve computational power undreamed of today. While today’s microprocessors use data buses that route single bits of information, transferring quantum information is a far greater... Read more
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PhysOrg
Proba-1 images Ice station Svalbardgallium-arsenide solar cells, the use of startrackers for gyroless attitude con
Proba-1 images Ice station Svalbard
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
gallium-arsenide solar cells, the use of startrackers for gyroless attitude control, one of the first lithium-ion batteries – now the longest such item operating in orbit – and one of ESA's first ERC32 microprocessors to run Proba-1's agile compu... Read more
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The Register
12,000 chopped: Intel finds its inner paranoidstarted life in DRAM chips but, confronted by a wave of competition from Japane
12,000 chopped: Intel finds its inner paranoid
The Register / Posted 1 months ago
started life in DRAM chips but, confronted by a wave of competition from Japanese makers in the 1970s, he switched Intel to microprocessors. During his tenure as CEO, 1987 to 1998, Intel moved from the 5MHz 8088 that powered the IBM PC to the... Read more
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