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Engineers treat graphene to enable paper electronics
Editorial
04/09/16 - The researchers in Jonathan Claussen's lab at Iowa State University have been looking for ways to unlock the potential of graphene for use in their sensors
Five disruptive trends in tech for 2017
Editorial
01/09/16 - The tech revolution continues to barrel forward lately, and 2017 will see some of the most innovative and evolutionary disruptions we have seen thus far.
US consortium showcases the future of flexible hybrid electronics
Editorial
30/08/16 - PARC announced the advanced technologies to be highlighted at the August NextFlex opening in San Jose, CA.
Backplane Systems Technology releases Neousys Technology's Nuvo-6000 Fanless Box PC
Supplier news
30/08/16 - Backplane Systems Technology is pleased to released Neousys Technology's Nuvo-6000 Series, a Fanless Box PC based on latest Intel 6th-Gen Skylake platform.
Touch Panel Process Indicator EA16
Supplier news
29/08/16 - Alvi Technologies takes pride in announcing its new product release: Touch Panel Process Indicator EA16.
Technology shifts to apps & the cloud lead to layoffs
Editorial
28/08/16 - Hardware companies are finding it increasingly difficult to keep up with rapid technology shifts, analysts and recruits said.
Acromag's new AcroPack I/O Platform adds a reconfigurable Xilinx Artix-7 FPGA for custom computing applications
Supplier news
25/08/16 - Acromag's new APA7-200 series provides a user-customisable FPIGA on an AcroPack mezzanine module.
World's first self-driving taxis hit Singapore
Editorial
25/08/16 - The world’s first self-driving taxis have begun picking up passengers in Singapore.
Acromag ACEX-4600 COM Express Carriers
Supplier news
25/08/16 - Acromag's rugged COM Express modular platform is designed with extra rigid PCBs and extended temperature support for extreme industrial and defence
New technology can give electric car drives more miles per minute
Editorial
23/08/16 - Researchers have designed a thin plastic membrane that stops rechargeable batteries from discharging when not in use and allows for rapid recharging.
Devices can now 'talk' to each other via Wi-Fi
Editorial
21/08/16 - University of Washington researchers have introduced a new way of communicating that allows devices such as brain implants
How an IoT system is helping the trains run on time
Editorial
21/08/16 - An Australian technology minnow is turning heads here and around the world with one of the first examples of internet of things (IoT) technology

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