Posts Tagged ‘cortex’
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Toshiba Electronics Education Zone – October update

Don’t forget to bookmark the Toshiba Electronics Education Zone on Electronics Weekly, providing design engineers with access to guides, whitepapers and videos – www.electronicsweekly.com/toshiba-zoneTopics covered include ASIC, Memory, Microcontrollers, Mobile Peripherals, Optical Devices, Power, and SSDs.We will be updating the Zone regualrly, and new entries…

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Digital Life: Tablets in 3D

An interesting taste of things to come, maybe – 3D-compatible Tablets. In the post LG G-Slate makes video appearance: 3D, ports, more, SlashGear writes:

That means a proper look at the HDMI and microUSB ports on the bottom edge, along with the connectors for a docking station, together with…

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Q5 Interview – Geir Førre, Energy Micro

The latest Q5 interview is now online, with the CEO of Energy Micro.Geir Førre talks to Electronics Weekly about the company, which has just launched its first semiconductor product, a very low-power ARM Cortex-M3-based microcontroller.See also: Photos: Energy Micro’s EFM32 MCUThe five questions…

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Distribution World, in blog form

The Electronics Weekly supplement Distribution World is taking on a blog form. Written by editor Richard Wilson it will cover news and views from the electronics supply chain. Simply bookmark: www.electronicsweekly.com/distributionworld and save the RSS feed for the reader of your choice. Don’t miss out on…

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Embedded Systems Conference, Silicon Valley 2008

Catch up on all the significant news from the Embedded Systems Conference, Silicon Valley 2008, with ARM, Freescale, Xilinx and Microchip Technology leading the way. Read the rolling Electronics Weekly roundup. As usual, we’ve created a user-friendly URL – bookmark www.electronicsweekly.com/esc Stories to note include: * Controller…

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Microprocessor architectures other than x86

Talking of microprocessors, as I was yesterday, x86 is not the full picture of course. Other companies than Intel, AMD or VIA dominate outside mainstream computing fields. ARM dominates in wireless telecom applications, for example, MIPS in wired telecom apps and Texas Instruments’ DSPs in digital signal processing…

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