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RMIT's brain-inspired chip makes light work of memory making
Researchers takes cues from nature's most efficient computer.
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Monash Uni looks to spintronics for wearable devices
Flexible polymer alternative to silicon.
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Foxconn in Euro sweat shop row
Twelve hour shifts without breaks.
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Breaking through the bandwidth bottleneck.
Apr 3 2013 8:54AM
Standards Australia debuts e-waste collection guidelines
Attempt to remove toxic, precious materials from waste stream.
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Tainted electronics imports pose security threat
Supply chain used to launch attacks.
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NBN Co awards Tyco $100m deal
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Supercomputers, phones could benefit.
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HP is showing off a new printing system which can place electronic screens on multiple devices as a thin sheet.
Jun 3 2009 2:21AM
Kogan changes ads due to ACCC concern
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Global chip and electronics sales slump
Global semiconductor and electronic equipment suppliers are feeling the pressure of the economic downturn with many already facing slowing demand in 2008, new research reveals..
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Networking connections are rapidly becoming a "must have" feature for consumer electronics devices..
Mar 27 2008 3:00PM
Integrated optical fibres to improve electronics
A newly developed process for the insertion of semiconductors into optical fibres is expected to deliver faster, more efficient electronic devices.
Mar 14 2008 11:56AM
Electronics giants hook up to tackle waste
Panasonic, Sharp and Toshiba have teamed up to create a US-based electronic product recycling management company.
Jan 10 2008 11:25AM
Xbox chief defects to Electronics Arts
Peter Moore, corporate vice president for Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business, which includes overseeing the Xbox and Games for Windows businesses, has resigned.
Jul 19 2007 1:15PM
Samsung Electronics 'ripe' for takeover
Speculation rife as profit margins hit four-year low.
Jul 17 2007 11:28AM
BitTorrent unveils consumer electronics SDK
GLOBAL - BitTorrent touted as 'broadband's next killer app'.
Jun 20 2007 5:29PM
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