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Tesla, Intel, Sandisk & Sony: Electronic Manufacturing News Stories

Technology advances at a rapid pass, often times going so fast that we don’t have a chance to know where it is going to take us and just how quickly our lives and work will shift with it.  In order to keep updated on what has happened in the first six months of 2014, we took a look at some of the newest and most exciting electronic technologies launched or announced this year.  Here’s our rundown of 10 of the most interesting stories to hit the tech news world in the last 7 months.


Tesla Opens Patents to the World



(image credit: US Patent Office)

Seeking a way to open the flood gate for electric car innovation and production, Tesla has “open sourced” their patents.  The company’s idea is to help accelerate the design and creation of new electric car designs in order to address what they term as the “carbon crisis.”  In addition to providing the patents to budding entrepreneurs, the company will not initiate any lawsuits that are related to usage of them.

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Topics: electronic devices, electronics manufacturing, technology, electronics

Four Ways to Cool Compact Electronic Devices

We’ve all been there: working or playing for extended times on our cell phone when soon the battery begins to run down quickly and the device starts to heat up. Often the only solution is to turn off your phone or tablet and give it some time to cool down. Since the beginning of the technology, one of the biggest challenges for makers of compact electronic devices is keeping them cool.

microblowersThis is especially true these days as mobile devices get more complex and powerful with larger HD screens and tons of applications running at once. As each new device hits the market, the pressure increases to enhance the effectiveness and lower the costs of cooling systems. So how does the electronics industry tackle the task of cooling compact electronic devices?  Here are 4 areas to consider.

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Topics: cooling devices, electronic devices