Electronics Weekly—Microchip 3D Gesture Recognition, Samsung V-NAND Memory and More

New products from Analog Devices, Maxim, Microchip, Samsung and Texas Instruments.

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Electronic IoT Stickers Turn Anything Into a Smart Object

Thin-film electronic circuits are peelable, can be custom printed, and applied to a surface to make your object "smart."

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Fatal Crash a Setback, but Electric Airplanes Are Coming

A Magnus eFusion may have had its batteries on fire. Crash killed pilot and passenger.

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EW – Production Edition – EVG Wafer Bonding, Nordson Automated Cartridge Dispenser & More

New products from Applied Materials, ASM Assembly Systems, Bruker, EVG and Nordson.

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Flying Sports Car Could Be Just Months Away

Samson Sky is working to finish assembly of a flying car, with first flight anticipated later this year.

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New CPU Increases Engineering Workstation Performance

E3 36% faster than previous entry-level workstation processor, says Intel.

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Disney Brings Robotic Stunt Double to “Life”

Disney unveiled a flying stunt double robot that can pose like superheroes.

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Social Robot Prototype Can Share Its Emotions

Robot uses a textured "skin" to express how it feels.

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Video: Manufacturers Need to Rethink Policy on Drugs

Can't find people? Your company's drug testing policy may be the culprit.

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Bifacial Solar Modules Decrease Cost of Energy

Two-sided solar modules could increase solar energy production by up to 30% and decrease Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE).

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Eye Spy: The Basics of Robot Vision Systems

I spoke to robotic systems integration experts for insight into robot vision basics.

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Sensors Expo Starts Up With Driverless Cars

Technology takes a front seat, autonomous vehicles a boon for sensors.

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Suction Grippers Designed to Prevent Marking and Deformation

For handling of non-porous materials, you can’t beat the suction cup gripper.

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Smartphone Manufacturing Explodes in India

From two factories in 2014 to 120 today, including the world’s largest.

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