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How fares the browser war?

Some people like to keep on top of browser stats, so I’m happy to share how the Browser War is faring on our domain.

How does Firefox compare to Internet Explorer when it comes to readers of ElectronicsWeekly.com? How is the battle faring on our particular piece of…

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Share your thoughts on a new electronics event

Electronics Weekly is running a survey to help gauge reader interest in a new event serving the electronics industry.

We would love to know your thoughts on such things as possible topics, locations, cost, etc. Let us know!

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Complete the survey by Thursday 30 April 2015, and…

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Only Connect: Useful guides on cable assembly

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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Only Connect: On innovations for RJ45 connectors

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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Comment: The speculative race for 5G licensing deals

Denis Keseris, patent attorney at Withers & Rogers, considers whether Huawei is setting the pace in the speculative race for 5G licensing deals.

Chinese telecoms equipment maker, Huawei Technologies, has expanded its patent portfolio in readiness for the opportunities that 5G, the fifth generation mobile network, is likely to bring…

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Comment: Top five trends in MedTech

The medical technology (MedTech) industry is reportedly worth an estimated $228bn globally and the demand for healthcare is growing rapidly with the increase in the numbers of people living into old age across the world. Despite this growth, biomedical spending in North America and Europe is down, compared with Asia…

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