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  • 438 - During his engineering course at University, the young undergraduate had been...
  • 437 - Over the past few years, I've grown a little weary of watching large budget...
  • 436 - Prime Minister Gordon Brown released a statement this month on the Second...
  • 435 - I like going on holiday
  • 434 - Lyndon White, Managing Editor, writes: As part of our redesign and...
  • 433 - The very large corporation was well aware that it had a reputation in the...
  • 432 - During his last year at university, the young engineer was asked to write a...
  • 431 - Whenever the junior engineer walked through the hallowed corridors of his...
  • 430 - European consumers who buy a new Windows personal computer with Internet...
  • 429 - It's a fact known to parents across the world: children love animals
  • 428 - Last month, an outfit called Robotic Technology based in the Good Old United...

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  • 427 - The folks at the Very Large Trade Show were thrilled to invite the press to...
  • 426 - Research councils fund a tremendous amount of research in a wide variety of...
  • 425 - Every time I visit the beautiful city of London, I'm always approached by...
  • 424 - The developer of the image processing system made some pretty astonishing...
  • 423 - When the electronics systems vendor brought out its high performance graphics...
  • 422 - Although the military folks knew roughly where in the world the terrorists...
  • 421 - Last week, my energy provider sent me an email informing me that it was that...
  • 420 - Remotely detecting that an individual has caught swine flu is a rather tricky...
  • 419 - This month, more than fifteen technology companies announced that they had...
  • 418 - A couple of years ago, my brother came over to visit me from the US where he...
  • 417 - The folks in the computer business only seem to be happy when they are...
  • 416 - It looks as through all-electric vehicles are about to make a comeback
  • 415 - Sales at the electronics manufacturer were sliding
  • 414 - The electronic engineer loved living in Cambridgeshire
  • 413 - The LCD business was booming
  • 412 - When my friend's PC needed an upgrade, I decided to take matters in hand and...
  • 411 - Microelectronic products get smaller every day
  • 410 - More years ago than I care to remember, I bought my son a Nintendo Gamecube...
  • 409 - I have always been fascinated by the science of space
  • 408 - My friend Nick was only too delighted to demonstrate the features of his new...
  • 407 - Lyndon White, Managing Editor, writes: In Dave's absence this week, I would...
  • 406 - Scientists don't usually get a lot of airtime on the TV or radio
  • 405 - The recession seems to be biting harder as each month goes by
  • 404 - Whenever I go for a ride on a train these days, I always seem to find myself...
  • 403 - If there was something that his boss knew about him only too well, it was...
  • 402 - It's always flabbergasted me how many industry leading companies form cartels...
  • 401 - Bluetooth wireless technology has transformed the way that we interact with...
  • 400 - Funny old time Christmas isn't it? You shell out inordinate amounts of cash...
  • 399 - Christmas is very nearly upon us
  • 398 - Anyone with a dog knows the problem: the dog goes missing and then you spend...
  • 397 - There's an old saying that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery
  • 396 - The folks in charge of the banks made a real mess of running their businesses
  • 395 - The local Borough councillor conceived a radical plan with which to boost the...
  • 394 - Armed with a degree from one of the UK's more reputable universities, the...
  • 393 - Last week, BBC presenters Russell Brand and Jonathan Ross got into hot water...
  • 392 - Mention the word wireless to many folks and it's unlikely that an old...
  • 391 - There's no escaping the fact that electronics has made an inestimable impact...
  • 390 - During the course of my summer holidays in France, I was invited to dinner...
  • 389 - In these energy conscious times, governments all over the globe are...
  • 388 - I was dead broke when I got to Lagos
  • 387 - When the small entrepreneurial UK software company decided to hand the...
  • 386 - Dave Wilson, Editor, writes: Microprocessor maker Intel has always been...
  • 385 - When trawling through the Electronicstalk inbox over the last week I have...
  • 384 - Seven-and-a-half years is a long time in publishing
  • 383 - Regular readers of this column will know that one of my pet subjects is the...
  • 382 - With apologies to our non-UK readers, I must admit that I am a big fan of...
  • 381 - There is no doubt that the automotive sector presents a massive opportunity...
  • 380 - With terms such as "credit crunch" and "stagnation" in daily use, it is all...
  • 379 - The short history of the European semiconductor industry is nothing if not...
  • 378 - One of the most intriguing aspects of running a website like Electronicstalk...
  • 377 - The past week has provided ample evidence (should anyone require it) of the...
  • 376 - One of my oldest friends is a statistician, and I have to confess that I have...
  • 375 - Conspiracy theorists have long held that the global oil industry has been...
  • 374 - The baby boomer generation has been blamed for many things, and now it seems...
  • 373 - It's rare that an entire new class of equipment springs up, seemingly overnight
  • 372 - It certainly raised a few eyebrows when it was first mooted, but the decision...
  • 371 - As one who studied economics during the 1970s, I find it increasingly...
  • 370 - Medical research is a wonderful thing - and I'm not just talking about...
  • 369 - One of the smartest forms of innovation has always been to take an existing...
  • 368 - The human-machine interface has come a long way since those less enlightened...
  • 367 - As any seasoned observer of the electronics industry will confirm, balancing...
  • 366 - One of the most reassuring pieces of news of the past week came when Europe's...
  • 365 - It has been no surprise to see that the ethics of disposable electronics have...
  • 364 - Alfred Nobel has a lot to answer for - and I'm not just talking about his...
  • 363 - While researching the launch this week of Intel's new Atom processor (and...
  • 362 - True innovation is always a risky business
  • 361 - I used to be indecisive, but now I'm not so sure
  • 360 - While Europe may still lead the way in terms of legislation to mandate...
  • 359 - How ever did the legal profession survive in the days before the electronics...
  • 358 - Scanning through technology headlines from around the world is seldom a dull...
  • 357 - The widely reported story that late last year US Customs and the European...
  • 356 - Remember the 1980s? It was a brave new world for the electronics industry
  • 355 - It's hardly surprising that both the Electronicstalk website and newsletter...
  • 354 - Some weeks ago in this column (4th December 2007) I posed the question...
  • 353 - If the pundits are to be believed, as many as one in four of you reading this...
  • 352 - The old adage that "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy" is all well...
  • 351 - The Electronicstalk Newsletter returns (almost) to normal this week with the...
  • 349 - Just when you thought we were all cleaning up our acts and not squandering...
  • 348 - This week has seen the publication of the annual roundup of the global...
  • 347 - There is something of a war of words going on in the UK electronics...
  • 346 - One of the major problems with any legislation concerning the purity or...
  • 345 - It may have disappointed those of a romantic bent, but the "defeat" of the...
  • 344 - Around five years ago in this very column I had the temerity to suggest that...
  • 343 - Try to explain to most schoolchildren the importance of mathematics, and...
  • 342 - It seems that London has a NEW (sorry, new) place in the global electronics...
  • 341 - The rate of progress in photovoltaic cell development may appear to be...
  • 340 - The news that the UK Health Protection Agency (HPA) is to carry out a...
  • 339 - The semiconductor industry has finally worked out that some technologies are...
  • 338 - As I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, we've been working our way through the...
  • 337 - Top marks to the One Laptop Per child organisation for coming up with its...
  • 336 - Recent discussions with both semiconductor manufacturers and distributors...
  • 335 - In 2001, I had the misfortune to find myself in the critical care department...
  • 334 - In our never-ending quest to add still more value to the Electronicstalk...
  • 333 - Knowledge is power, or so it is said
  • 332 - So, do you recall exactly what you were doing 25 years ago? The past quarter...
  • 331 - How would you like a chance to shape the future direction of Electronicstalk?...
  • 330 - Higher isn't always better
  • 329 - A new health threat brought about by IT manufacturers has come to light with...
  • 328 - Last week's edict from the European Union encouraging member states to base...
  • 327 - How many times have you been watching the TV news or listening to a bulletin...
  • 326 - OK, I admit it - I'm a sportsaholic
  • 324 - Touchscreen technology has been around for a long time, but it has never...
  • 323 - To say that the wireless landscape has become crowded in recent years is an...
  • 322 - Anyone who thinks the plain old vanilla PC is on the way out had better think...
  • 321 - : The more observant among you will have noticed a few changes to both the...
  • 320 - The inability of certain adhesives to withstand long-term exposure to heat is...
  • 319 - European Union legislation is seldom anything less than contentious
  • 318 - Earlier this year (Electronicstalk Newsletter 303, 30th January 2007) I wrote...
  • 317 - If the decision by top UK electrical retailer Currys to stop selling blank...
  • 316 - Skills shortages and strategies to overcome them are in the news again this...
  • 315 - This week has seen the annual announcement of the Queen's Awards for...
  • 314 - The UK Government's proposal to let every household apply for a free energy...
  • 313 - Perhaps the "green" message really is starting to hit home
  • 312 - If any reader ever had any doubt as to the absolute necessity for recycling,...
  • 311 - If the pundits are to be believed, we are finally entering the era when the...
  • 310 - The annual bunfight that is CeBIT never fails to throw up a few surprises in...
  • 309 - In days gone by, facial hair said something about a man
  • 308 - Where there's muck there's brass, or so the old Yorkshire saying goes, and...
  • 307 - With carbon trading very much in the spotlight, it's all too easy to fall...
  • 306 - There's nothing like brewing up a storm in a teacup - all it needs is a minor...
  • 305 - Despite rumours to the contrary, it appears that the good old trade show is...
  • 304 - It may have taken two decades, but many analysts are predicting that the...
  • 303 - While the UK's research institutions continue to lead in many sectors of...
  • 302 - One of the questions I am asked most frequently by readers of Electronicstalk...
  • 301 - All is not harmony and light in the European semiconductor industry - or so...
  • 300 - As this is the first "regular" edition of the Electronicstalk Newsletter for...
  • 298 - Well, that just about wraps things up for 2006: a year that has seen more...
  • 297 - This week's news that the UK's telecomms regulator Ofcom plans to sell off a...
  • 296 - Innovation does not necessarily involve invention
  • 295 - Regular readers will appreciate that I generally try to pick a subject of...
  • 294 - Never underestimate the power of play
  • 293 - You'll have to excuse me this week for addressing an area that is really...
  • 292 - One of the questions I am asked most often is "Why don't we see you out and...
  • 291 - The argument that climate change can only be addressed at the expense of...
  • 290 - Regular readers of this column will recall that earlier this year we ran a...
  • 289 - As regular readers will know, I am always keen to highlight some of the...
  • 288 - This week seems to have brought more than the usual level of wireless product...
  • 287 - I must admit I find it difficult to feel enormous sympathy for the...
  • 286 - If you ever needed evidence that the holiday season is well and truly over...
  • 285 - It is always sad when we lose an industry figurehead, and never more so than...
  • 284 - Now I'm all in favour of quality over quantity in most areas, but some times...
  • 283 - I suppose there are some arguments that will never be settled - and I'm not...
  • 282 - Eco-unfriendly manufacturers beware: Greenpeace has you in its sights
  • 281 - Top marks this week go to UK component distributor Farnell InOne, which has...
  • 280 - Twenty five years ago this week a monster was born - a monster that has...
  • 279 - Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes: Electronics packaging is back in the news...
  • 278 - Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes: Regular readers of this column will...
  • 277 - I'll let the news stories below speak for themselves this week, as I've been...
  • 276 - Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes: An interesting postscript to a recent...
  • 275 - Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes: This week has seen two announcements of...
  • 274 - Laurence Marchini, Editor, writes: Welcome to the first Electronicstalk...
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