Apple will have to change the charger for its iPhones in the European Union from autumn 2024 to comply with new rules introducing a single charging port for most electronic devices.
Samsung Electronics is set to be the world's first company to start mass producing 1.4nm chips by 2027.
The Printed Circuit Engineering Association announced Michael Creeden as recipient of the first PCEA Leadership Award, for his lifetime service in the pursuit of educating and training PCB design engineers.
The Printed Circuit Engineering Association announced Scott McCurdy as recipient of the first PCEA Membership Award.
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Altair announced the launch of its broad digital twin solution that features the market’s most connected, cross-functional capabilities that can be deployed through any and every stage of a product lifecycle.
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WPI Vision debuts 3D Spectascope digital microscope.
Registrants for the PCB West exhibition today will gain access to nine free technical sessions.
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CIRCUITS ASSEMBLY is accepting entries for its 2023 New Product Introduction Awards for electronics assembly equipment, materials and software suppliers.
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The Printed Circuit Engineering Association (PCEA) seeks abstracts for the upcoming PCB East technical conference, coming to the Boston suburbs next spring.
Voltera’s new circuit board printer, Nova, will greatly increase the speed of innovation in flexible electronics — engineers can print new boards in minutes, test them, make changes and repeat.
ESD: As Old as the Hills and Still Something to Consider
our eyes can only work with visible light that comes in wavelengths between 380 and 700nm. The geometry of early microcontrollers and microprocessors wasn’t even measured in nanometers, as we see on today’s devices. “Deep sub-micron” only hinted at what was to come. Generation after generation, the tiny features have always required protection. Electrostatic discharge is the same threat today.
JOHN BURKHERT JR.