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Friday 4/17

 
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Using our hands and bodies has been the dominant means of control since the dawn of time. This of course is natural for activities like farming and hunting and made a lot of sense as service businesses emerged. As our machines got more intricate and complex, touch made a lot of sense for mechanical devices, and interestingly enough even in the rise of electronics, using buttons, knobs, and various finger-based controls has been pervasive.

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Developers can connect from home and use any tool that supports J-Link. According to the company, the J-Link operates exactly the same as if it were sitting right on the developer's desk.
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Aldec, Inc. has updated its unified requirements lifecycle management EDA tool, Spec-TRACER, to support the exchange of data with IBM Requirements Engineering DOORS Next product.
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Litemax is unveiling a 3.5-inch embedded board, AECX-WHL0, based on Intel 8th generation Core processors. The AECX-WHL0 is powered by 8th Generation Intel Core i3/i5/i7 and Celeron processors (codename Whiskey Lake).
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We are still in the thick of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nobody knows that better than the folks in the Seattle area, one of the first hot spots in the U.S.. Anthony Ambrose, President and CEO of Data I/O , which is based in Redmond, Wash., has been dealing with issues like work-from-home for quite some time, similarly to many other embedded professionals. While it?s far from ideal, the company has learned to operate in this manner. Check out this Special Edition Embedded Executives podcast to hear how they are doing that.

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