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    Only Connect: On UL Listed and UL Recognized cable

    Welcome to another post in the series by Nick Locke, of Nicab Ltd, who has over 15 years experience in the electronics manufacturing industry specialising in interconnection cable assembly…

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    What caught your eye this week?

    The Electronics Weekly team share their picks of the week, in terms of announcements, developments, product releases, quotes or anything else in the wider world that caught their eye in the last seven days…

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    What is... Android Runtime (ART)?

    Back in June, at the Google I/O event, Google heralded the next major version of Android. While the Material Design UI change grabbed a lot of attention, another important development was also flagged…

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    Touchscreen hybrid electrodes built from silver nanowires and graphene

    Research at the University of Surrey suggests that graphene-treated nanowires could have a role to play in touchscreen technology.

    It may, says the university, significantly reduce production costs and allow more affordable, flexible displays.

    Researchers from both the University of Surrey and AMBER, the materials science centre based at…

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    Top 10 most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com

    Here are the top ten most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com in the last week, with drones, IoT, lead-acid batteries, and Android figuring prominently…

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    Reteneo Puck transmits Android-compatible beacon platform

    The Reteneo Puck beacon platform is described as a stripped-down Android (and iOS) compatible beacon platform, running on a $15 per month subscription model.

    A Beacon? It uses Bluetooth Smart to advertise its presence to passing smartphones, with advertising and marketing often in mind…

    Reteneo says it allows multiple…

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