Tech news tagged ‘mannerisms’

Top 10 most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com (22/08)

Here are the top ten most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com in the last week, with TSMC, image recognition, a Mannerisms fable and an Android eye examination kit figuring prominently…

Taking it in reverse order, to maximise suspense:

10. Brave New World

9. Drivers for LED lighting – the inside story…

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iPhone Day, five years on

Time waits for no man. And indeed, time and tide waits for no smartphone. It’s rather startling to think that tomorrow already marks the fifth anniversary of the iPhone. It’s five years since Apple’s handheld device shook up the industry and took things to a whole new…

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Comment: Is the Age of Silicon Start-Ups Over?

John Moor of NMI joins the SiliconSouthWest debate on the future of silicon startups…I’ve stolen the title of this blog post from a question asked by Peter Claydon at a recent SiliconSouthWest event and I thought it worth a comment or two.According to the David Manners’ blog…

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New look to Mannerisms

I hope you are getting used to the slightly new look of the Mannerisms blog. We had to make some changes to help fight the tide of ‘Comment Spam’ that is deluging its genuine comments.The major change is enabling you to sign in; to better identify trusted readers.You…

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Will he or won’t he (buy an iPad)?

Electronics Weekly’s esteemed Component Editor, David Manners, has many virtues, but I’m sorry to say it seems constancy is not one of them. Not when it comes to an Apple iPad…On the Mannerisms blog, he was against it, and then for it, and now he is agin…

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Electronics Weekly is 50!

Just a quick post both to wish you a happy and healthy New Year, and to flag that 2010 marks a golden anniversary for Electronics Weekly…This year sees our 50th year of publication, as we launched on September 7, 1960. There will be a number of celebrations to mark…

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What Was The Best Logic Series?

There’s a new poll on Mannerisms, make sure you have your say and vote!David Manners, our Components Editor, writes:What is the best logic series ever produced? In terms of technological advance, in terms of money-earning capacity, in terms of its effect on end-product design and…

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The Most Important Semiconductor Breakthrough?

Make sure you vote in the new poll on Mannerisms. It asks: What Was The Most Important Semiconductor Breakthrough? You can enter it here, too.David Manners, our Components Editor, writes:Very, very tricky this one. What was the most important of the very many important breakthroughs that have made…

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Mannerisms 500!

Hats off to David Manners – its five hundred and counting for the blog that started a year ago, in the week of Electronica. It’s the distinctive, entertaining, authoritative and never dull commentary on the semiconductor industry, from someone who knows…

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Almost 500 and counting for Mannerisms

It’s almost 500 and counting for David Manners, Senior Components Editor for Electronics Weekly, and his posts for the Mannerisms blog. We’ll be making a big fuss of the landmark when David hits it in the next month or so, but if you haven’t already, check out…

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