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Don’t forget our email newsletter portfolio which helps keep you up to date with industry developments and hopefully be entertained. Get the latest, straight to your inbox! Take a look at what’s available, and view a sample of each newsletter. If you are already signed up – to Mannerisms…

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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! Enter the survey ยป Complete the survey by Thursday 30 April 2015, and…

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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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Embedded Electronics in the spotlight

Get the lowdown on Embedded World 2014, currently running in Nuremberg – we are bringing the latest news stories from the event into one listing. See Embedded World: Your Electronics Weekly Guide The event covers automotive, military, telecomms and industrial electronic sectors, and Electronics Weekly technology editor Steve Bush is our…

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Packtpub runnning open source development book offer

One to note for software developers with an interest in Open Source, maybe. The Birminghams-based Packtpub is running a promotion, for the next fortnight, of a free development book each day until March 5th. An e-book, that is. For example, today is Metasploit Penetration Testing Cookbook (“Over 70…

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Electronics Weekly on Wikipedia

It is always great to get a reference in Wikipedia, and over the years Electronics Weekly seems to have built up quite a few…

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