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A federal audit makes clear the Federal Aviation Adminstration abdicated is oversight responsibility in the 737 Max crashes. The post The FAA and its Odious ODAs appeared first on EETimes.
The demand for rare earth elements used in smartphones and laptops has exploded within the last 20 years, but the supply chain is caught up in global politics. The post The Politics of Rare Earth Metals appeared first on EETimes.
The tips and tricks herein can be customized to help ensure that you’re getting the most out of every workday. The post 10 Science-Based Productivity Hacks for a Fulfilling Workday appeared first on EETimes.
Quanergy's latest iteration of its OPA lidar has a range of about 100 meters, which the company plans to double by year-end. The post Quanergy Optimizes Optical Phased Array Lidar appeared first on EETimes.
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Facebook and Marvell have partnered to develop equipment for 5G networks based on the open radio access network (ORAN) model that’s intended to connect more of the world’s people at lower cost. The post Facebook, Marvell Partner in 5G Infrastructure...
It's now MIPS going forward as Wave Computing's Chapter 11 bankruptcy is resolved The post Wave Goodbye, Hello MIPS as Chapter 11 Resolved appeared first on EETimes.
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European auto makers, especially some of the German brands, now represent significant competition for Tesla. The post Tesla’s Rough Way to the Leadership of the EV Market appeared first on EETimes.
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The common theme coming out of the chiplet forum at ISSCC was the need for a 3D interconnect density roadmap. The post AMD, TSMC & Imec Show Their Chiplet Playbooks at ISSCC appeared first on EETimes.
The allegation is that Qualcomm has been overcharging Samsung and Apple since 2015, with the charges passed on to consumers. The post UK Consumer Watchdog on Qualcomm’s Tail appeared first on EETimes.
Light-based technologies come into focus as part of a larger U.S. technology innovation push. The post Congress Creates a Focal Point for Optics, Photonics appeared first on EETimes.