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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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Top Ten mobile devices visiting Electronics Weekly

Mobile devices are a significant and growing source of traffic for websites these days, of course, and Electronics Weekly is no exception. I thought it might be interesting to share the top ten mobile platforms recorded for visits in the month of December, according to Google Analytics’ best measurement. Apple…

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Poll: Has Apple cracked the Watch display?

You can’t have missed the “iWatch” by now (actually, it is just the Watch, plus ça change). But would you consider buying one? Albeit sometime in 2015, when it will be available…

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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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Football fans in anti Wi-Fi protest

This one made me smile. Normally people welcome a Wi-Fi service, not actively protest against it. The fans at PSV Eindhoven are so committed, apparently, to supporting their football team they don’t even want the option for any distraction within the stadium. The Guardian writes: Supporters’ groups believe…

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Circle of inventors - patent credit where it's due

On a recent trip to AMS it was interesting to see this in one of the company’s corridors: the “Circle of inventors”. It dynamically cycles around the employees behind the 371 patents apparently held by the Austrian analogue and sensor specialists. They were happy to let me photograph it…

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