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    Ultra-Low Power Embedded Development

    Posted by David Bonneau on 03/31/16

    Low power computing is all about turning off system components whenever possible. The CPU uses power with every switch of the clock, and the higher the CPU’s clock frequency, the more power it requires.

    Crystals are expensive to fabricate, so many CPU manufacturers recommend using watch crystals. While the CPU has a very low frequency crystal (3.2 KHz) the CPU multiplies the clock frequency into MHz frequencies and the power consumption soars.

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    State of the State for Innovation in New England

    Posted by David Bonneau on 03/11/16

    Those of us who live in one of the New England states already know that this area is home to some of the world’s leading technology companies. To keep it that way, it is important that our states’ leaders keep technology and innovation top-of-mind in their policies and vision for their respective states.

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    Engineering Breakthroughs in 3D Printing

    Posted by David Bonneau on 03/11/16

    OK, I’ll admit it. I’m a geek.

    As an Engineer, the world of engineering never ceases to amaze me. One thing that has really peaked my interest is the development of 3D printer technology. Here are just a few of the fascinating developments posted on Phys.org.

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