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    Making Microcomputers

    The early microcomputer companies existed on a wing and a prayer and boundless self-confidence.

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    Motiv8 lines up LED & Lighting and RF & Wireless Design forums

    Electronics Weekly is happy to be a media partner for two forthcoming Lighting and Wireless Design forums. Make a note in your diary…

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    Google Cardboard VR kits jump into panoramic video

    Google’s lo-fi Cardboard VR kit always causes me do a double-take. Is it really for real? Of course, it is, as numerous developments have shown (see Build your own Google cardboard virtual reality headset and Google makes new folds in Cardboard virtual reality, for example). Indeed, the…

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    Eidec Resist Could Speed EUV By 10x

    A highly sensitive resist which could speed up EUV production by 10x has been developed by Japan’s EUVL Infrastructure Development Centre (Eidec…

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    Let's Hear It For The Hacks

    A pat on the back for that much maligned life form the British journo. Without a relentless investigation by British hacks FIFA would never have been brought go book…

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    Imperial sheds light on solar cell stability

    In the field of solar energy, perovskite cells degrade rapidly in a matter of days in natural conditions, states Imperial College, which greatly decreases their performance in a matter of days…

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