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Welcome to another post in the series by Nick Locke, of Nicab Ltd, who has more than 15 years experience in the electronics manufacturing industry specialising in interconnection cable assembly.
You may have spotted it live already, but we are very pleased highlight that an all-new, responsive Electronics Weekly Jobs site is launched. Just click ‘Jobs’ on the main navigation menu at the top of all pages.
The past is a foreign country, they say, so where is the future located? In the realm of IoT, it seems….
One of the interesting events at Bluetooth Europe 2015, which finished in London yesterday, was a “fireside chat” (dread phrase) with Dr. Jaap Haartsen, a co-founder of Bluetooth no less (along with Tord Wingren and Sven Mattisson), and currently Senior Expert of Wireless Systems at Plantronics. Among the topics were Bluetooth TV remote controls…
Electronics Weekly presents the finalists for the Elektra European Electronics Industry Awards 2015. After reading a record number of entries this year, the panel of independent judges have filled out their score-cards. The assessment process mean that specialists judged specific categories.
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.
Speaker announcement – Connected, Heterogeneous and Ubiquitous: Securing SoCs in the IoT era
Need to know that your invention will sell or that a specific function is needed before you put it into production? Dave Croston, a partner and patent attorney at Withers & Rogers LLP, outlines five tips for market testing your invention, while still protecting its commercial potential.
Here are the top ten most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com in the last week, with 5G mobile comms, Linux, disposable fuel cells, quantum computing and the ever-popular Raspberry Pi figuring prominently…