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2021-07-10 15:53:59
the supply chain is something you never hear about unless something goes wrong, and now we’re hearing about it a lot. The supply chain starts with basic materials, and that’s one of the most difficult parts to manage.
2021-07-10 15:51:02
The automotive industry began re-introducing electric vehicles more than 20 years ago. After al that time, electric cars still represent only a sliver of total auto sales. But that might change relatively soon. Auto industry expert Egil Juliussen has reasons to believe that electric cars will be more cost-effective than vehicles based on internal combustion engines in as little as five years. That is significantly faster than most people expected.
2021-07-10 05:57:37
But enough about the future! It’s now time to dwell in the past. Just about every week, we like to celebrate the anniversaries of interesting events in technology history, and by “technology” – imagine me making air quotes – I mean anything sorta tech-y / science-y / math-y. Today we’re going to set our Wayback Machine to…
EETimes on Air 2021-07-03 11:19:47
July 1, 1979. That was the day Sony introduced the Walkman in Japan. The company wouldn’t release it in the US for another year. The Walkman is now an icon of the consumer electronics industry, but in 1979, it was a gamble. The trend at the time was music players getting bigger.
EETimes on Air 2021-07-03 11:17:46
we recently ran a story about how engineers can volunteer their services around the world. Purdue University has actually established a program called Humanitarian Engineering in response to the growing number of students who want to study engineering specifically to apply those skills in situations generally not addressed by the commercial market.
EETimes on Air 2021-07-03 11:13:45
Every year, EE Times assembles a list of the most innovative startups in the electronics industry. Since 2004, it’s been called the Silicon 60. In the last few years, however, there’s been an unusual flurry of new semiconductor startups founded, thanks to venture capitalists’ renewed appetite for hardware companies. So for this year’s edition, the 20th edition of the Silicon 60, we expanded it to the Silicon 100. Our colleague Peter Clarke has been compiling our annual round-ups of the world’s hottest startups from the beginning. We’ll hear from him about how this year’s list is different, and about how the role of startups has evolved over time.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-29 15:39:35
… May 30th, 1996. That was the day Intel Corp. announced that hundreds of thousands of PCs would soon hit the market, capable of making video calls using common phone lines. The set-up would replace Intel’s own ProShare videoconferencing system, which it had introduced two years earlier, in 1994.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-29 15:35:49
we also have author David Benjamin, who recently read the 2004 book, “The Great Influenza.” We talk to Benji about the book and what the world has learned about pandemics… and what it hasn’t.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-29 15:30:11
One of our popular columnists is Colin Barnden, an analyst who studies the automotive industry. Empty promises irritate him, and on this episode you are going to hear a man who’s been pushed almost to his limit.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-29 15:25:38
An interview with Daniel Cooley, the chief strategy officer of Silicon Labs. Cooley says there is a radical change in the electronics business as companies expand outside their normal domains.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-22 11:32:00
May 21, 1927. That’s the day Charles Lindbergh lands in Paris after the first solo flight across the Atlantic.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-22 11:04:29
the most advanced IC foundry in the world, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, said it is planning to build a wafer fab in the US. This is a bombshell announcement. We discuss why.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-22 10:59:06
Data privacy protections are starting to get enacted in legislation around the world. That legislation has direct ramifications for the technology industry. Today we have a discussion with technologist and security expert Jack Ogawa from Cypress Semiconductor.
2021-05-15 14:31:43
May 13, 1980. That was the day Ethernet officially began to take over the world. The basic idea for Ethernet was devised a few years earlier, in 1973, by Bob Metcalfe and David Boggs, both then working at Xerox Park, the research operation that was the birthplace of so many of the basic concepts of modern computing – everything from graphical user interfaces to the mouse to…, well, Ethernet.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-15 14:26:13
HiSilicon recently broke into the ranks of the top 10 semiconductor companies in the world. That’s a pretty exclusive club it just joined. We have a conversation with international editor Junko Yoshida about what that means for the electronics industry and for China.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-15 14:22:37
Lars Reger is CTO of NXP Semiconductors. He’s been managing the development of the company’s automotive technology for nearly a dozen years, and for the company’s entire technology portfolio for the last two. This week we talk to Reger about the Internet of Things, the difference between safety and security, and how to keep hackers out of your refrigerator, among other things.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-08 14:21:42
SkyLab was supposed to have been backed up by the Space Shuttle program, but the Space Shuttle program experienced development delays. When SkyLab’s orbit began to deteriorate, there was some hope a Shuttle could still be prepared quickly enough to help re-position it, but it wasn’t to be.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-08 14:18:55
ARM built its reputation providing cores for processors that went into smartphones. By necessity, those cores had to be incredibly power-efficient, and were. ARM has been saying for years that that power efficiency is going to eventually become very germane to data center operators.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-08 14:13:44
Data centers process boggling amounts of data. Every online app runs somewhere, and that “somewhere” is usually a data center. Anything that happens in “the cloud”? Also a data center. Every time you talk to Siri or Google Assistant? Data centers again.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-01 10:08:58
Education has changed, and that most certainly includes engineering education. Students applying to engineering schools are looking for programs where they expect to start getting hands-on experience quicker than engineering students in the past used to get it. Companies claim they aren’t getting the caliber of engineer they want out of graduating classes.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-01 10:04:04
People are increasingly concerned with pollution and waste, and governments around the world are imposing restrictions on what materials can be used, and how they can be used.
EETimes on Air 2021-05-01 10:02:04
Last week we promised an appearance from our London correspondent Sally Ward-Foxton. Sally is our artificial intelligence maven, but lately she’s been working on a top-secret project that we’re finally able to talk about.
EETimes on Air 2021-04-24 14:19:20
Speaking of dead frogs, most of our listeners are likely acquainted with the phenomenon of “galvanization.” The derivation of the word, of course, comes from the name of the scientists who first detected the response, Luigi Galvani and his wife, Lucia.
EETimes on Air 2021-04-24 14:16:13
Dan Breznitz, who holds the Munk Chair of Innovation Studies at the University of Toronto, is an authority on what it takes for countries to re-establish and maintain a production base. I and my fellow editor George Leopold held a videoconference with Breznitz recently to ask him what it would take for a country to promote a thriving production economy today. We first asked him about examples of countries that have done it.
EETimes on Air 2021-04-24 14:10:22
An oxymoron is a phrase that seems to have an internal contradiction. Examples include “tight slacks,” “act naturally” and “jumbo shrimp.” You might be forgiven for thinking that the phrase “data security” is another oxymoron. 
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