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Whole Foods Helps Power Customer Cars With Renewable Energy

January 19, 2012 11:50 am | Comments

While gasoline running cars will probably outnumber electric cars for years to come, but it is the electric vehicles that represent the vision of the future. Charging electric cars just got easier at Whole Foods Market Arabella Station in Uptown. The store debuted two electric vehicle charging stations for customers.

TI's SimpleLink connects everyday objects with Wi-Fi (Imagine That!)

January 19, 2012 9:47 am | Comments

The Internet of Things has long been a buzz phrase in the technology industry, with a bevy of experts predicting that someday soon, billions of mundane household appliances could be connected to the cloud, yet so far, that notion has remained right around the corner. Texas Instruments, however, believes it has come up with the product needed to give the Internet of Things a kick start, with SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3000, a self-contained wireless processor to give developers a quick way to add internet connectivity to any embedded system using any microcontroller.

Mu Dynamics Named a Finalist for Test and Measurement World "Best in Test" Awards

January 19, 2012 6:30 am | Comments

Mu Dynamics announced that the editors of Test & Measurement World have named Mu Studio a finalist for its "Best in Test" Awards in the "Optical and Network Testers" category. Winners will be announced on January 31st during a ceremony at DesignCon 2012. Mu Studio is the first and only testing solution capable of using real application traffic to quickly determine how users and devices impact all types of networks, including LTE.

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AFL Receives Patent for FuseConnect Splice-On Connector System

January 19, 2012 5:49 am | Comments

AFL announces that it has received a patent for "Spliced-on Connector System and Method, Splicer and Connector Holder for Producing the Same," patent number 8,043,013. AFL's FuseConnect fusion-splice field termination connector system utilizes a fusion splicer to terminate the connector in the field, addressing return loss concerns present in analog optical networks.

Apple iBooks Author App Lets You Make Your Own Books, for Free

January 19, 2012 5:46 am | Comments

Apple announced a new iBooks Author App on Thursday that makes creating an Apple ebook a drag-and-drop process. Using the app, which was announced at the same time as a new textbook experience for iPad, users can drag a Word file into a book creation space. The app automatically determines the best way to lay out the book and creates appropriate sections and headers.

Wedge Bonding for RF and Microwave Devices Discussion at Advanced Technology Workshop on RF and Microwave Packaging

January 19, 2012 5:44 am | Comments

Hesse & Knipps will discuss “Wedge Bonding for RF and Microwave Devices” at the Advanced Technology Workshop and Tabletop Exhibition on RF and Microwave Packaging to be held February 7-8, 2012 in San Diego, CA. RF and Microwave device interconnection requires demanding capabilities only wedge bonding can provide.

Rugged Marine Introduces Totally Waterproof LCD Marine Monitors

January 19, 2012 5:04 am | by Posted by Janine E. Mooney, Editor | Comments

Rugged Marine is once again shocking the Marine Industry with the lowest cost Waterproof Marine Monitors on the market. The first products in the Waterproof lineup are a pair of 7" Wide Screen LCD TFT Monitors that are not only waterproof, dust proof and chemical resistant to IP69K standards, but can actually withstand heated high-pressure wash-downs as well.

Pedestrian Safety: How Innovative Tech Could Save Your Life

January 19, 2012 4:35 am | Comments

The Global Innovation Series is supported by BMW i, a new concept dedicated to providing mobility solutions for the urban environment. It delivers more than purpose-built electric vehicles — it delivers smart mobility services. Visit bmw-i.com or follow @BMWi on Twitter. When it comes to pedestrian traffic, safety should be the number one concern, but transportation infrastructure in the United States is built to accommodate cars, not people.

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Use Your Smartphone to Run Samsung’s Wi-Fi-Enabled Washer And Dryer

January 19, 2012 4:27 am | Comments

Samsung revealed its latest washer-dryer concept at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. The electronics giant has equipped a 5.2 cu. ft. capacity WF457 front-loading washer with a Smart Control system, allowing users to stay connected to the washer without having to manually control it at the machine.

Air Force’s Top Brain Wants a ‘Social Radar’ to ‘See Into Hearts and Minds’

January 19, 2012 4:05 am | by Noah Shachtman | Comments

Chief Scientists of the Air Force usually spend their time trying to figure out how to make jets go insanely fast or build better satellites. Which makes Dr. Mark Maybury, today’s chief scientist, a bit of an outlier. He’d like to build a set of sensors that peer into people’s souls — and forecast wars before they erupt.

DOCOMO Beijing Labs Reduces Development Time of Mobile Communications Technology by 50 Percent with MATLAB

January 18, 2012 6:17 am | Comments

MathWorks announced that DOCOMO Beijing Communications Laboratories has adopted MATLAB to develop and verify algorithms for the development of new physical layer mobile communications technologies for advanced standards such as LTE-A. MATLAB has allowed DOCOMO Beijing Labs to cut development time by 50% compared with its previous C and C++ development methods, and allowed researchers to rapidly develop new algorithms for link-level and system-level simulations.

Industry's First Full-Featured and Self-Contained Low-Power 802.11n Wi-Fi Module for M2M Markets

January 18, 2012 5:31 am | Comments

Redpine Signals announced the release of the industry’s first self-contained low-power Wi-Fi module for M2M markets. Redpine’s WiSeConnect is the first to implement advanced features like Wi-Fi Direct and Enterprise security required for 802.11n Wi-Fi based machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity. With all the hardware and software required for not only standards compliant Wi-Fi operation but also for regulatory certification, the WiSeConnect module offers the easiest path to integrating advanced wireless connectivity for the entire range of emerging M2M applications.

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Altair Semiconductor Completes LTE Band Class 14 Interoperability Testing with Alcatel-Lucent

January 18, 2012 5:28 am | Comments

Altair Semiconductor announced that its FourGee-3100/6200 chipset has successfully completed Band 14 interoperability testing with Alcatel-Lucent infrastructure. Band 14 spectrum, which is in the 700 MHz frequency, has been allocated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for public safety broadband use in the United States.

Russian Military Says Spacecraft Debris Falls in Ocean

January 16, 2012 6:14 am | Comments

(Reuters) - Pieces of a failed Russian Mars probe plummeted into the Pacific Ocean far off the Chilean coast Sunday, Russian news agencies cited a military official as saying. Debris from the Phobos-Grunt craft fell into the sea some 1,250 km (775 miles) west of the coastal island of Wellington, state-run RIA and Itar-Tass cited Aerospace Defense Forces spokesman Colonel Alexei Zolotukhin as saying.

Google: Sorry, Twitter, We Don’t Index the @ Symbol

January 13, 2012 9:53 am | Comments

If you haven’t noticed that Google+ pages are increasingly becoming a part of Google search results, you may have noticed Google and Twitter’s increasingly public spat about it. Twitter argues that by promoting Google+ in search results, Google isn’t providing the most relevant social results. Meanwhile, Google has implied it would promote more pages from Twitter if it had adequate permission to do so.

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