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For a century, L.L. Bean had an extremely liberal product-return policy, with no time limit and no receipt requirement. You could get a full refund for boots purchased decades ago. But many people...

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New nanoSmart IC’s low noise and low quiescent current limits radio transmission interference and enables energy savings. Semtech Corporation, today announced a new product to its nanoSmart® platform...

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Hardware is hard, but it’s not the only reason gadget startups fail. The phrase “hardware is hard” is tossed around every time some gadget startup closes its doors. But business is...

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Telit, today announced the LM960, world’s first global full-size PCI Express Mini Card (mPCIe) for enterprise routers and appliances. The global, 23-band product, supporting LTE Advanced Category...

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Increasing adoption of digital technologies including web-based services, online education, and online banking has accelerated adoption of smartphone among individuals, which in turn has necessitated...

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You can always count on change as a constant in the Internet of Things (IoT). Here, David Grammer, PTC UK’s senior vice-president, describes five product trends we should keep an eye out for. The way...

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Sensors embedded in critical infrastructure such as bridges could help to monitor for cracks, tilts, shifts and other potentially dangerous problems, say AT&T executives. AT&T is on a mission...

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There is nothing more disruptive to a manufacturer than dealing with a quality issue. Production lines come to a screeching halt if the severity of the problem could cause the product to injure a customer....

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Lior and Liran Akavia, Seebo Co-Founders. Image courtesy of Seebo. Building hardware is hard. That’s the common refrain parroted after the latest smart gadget failure. And it’s true. Building...