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pi-top launches new generation laptop to set kids up for future

The new pi-top modular laptop introduces a breakthrough combination of hardware, software and tools, creating an ideal electronic design platform for inventors, designers and makers of the future. London, UK, 13th October – Education technology company pi-top today launched a…
Miniaturization thanks to controlled laser soldering

Packing densities increase on ever smaller electronic assemblies due to technical requirements and possibilities. Accordingly, the requirements imposed on soldering these components become all the more stringent because, for instance, sensitive components have to be protected from great heat effects.…
Panasonic Develops 3D LiDAR Sensor

Enabling 3D Detection of Distances with Wide Angle of View Enables stable operations of autonomous robots Osaka/Ottobrunn, October 11, 2017– Panasonic Industry Europe announced Panasonic Corporation has developed a 3D LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) Sensor equipment that measures distance…
Intel Begins Making Chips That Resemble The Brain

Intel is beginning to experiment with so-called neuromorphic chips that attempt to more closely resemble how a real brain functions. Coming out of the chip giant’s research lab, the new chip, dubbed the Intel Loihi test chip, consists of 128 computing cores. Each core…
Apple Watch changes the wearable game in 3 ways

The new Apple Watch (Series 3) is already starting to make waves in the consumer electronics and wearables market. Initial reviews and previews have praised a range of new features, in particular the independence of the watch. But what are…
Mobile Charging Without Electricity

By Dr. S. S. Verma, Department of Physics, S.L.I.E.T. Mobile phone in its various varieties has become an integral part of civilization crossing all boundaries of economical status, caste, religion and region.   We all know our cell phones are so…