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Bluetooth LE Audio takes audio devices to new levels

Bluetooth LE Audio is the latest addition to the Bluetooth standards, and this new technology will bring higher quality, seamless listening to devices, while also minimising battery usage. Bluetooth LE Audio is based on the popular Bluetooth standard Bluetooth LE

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AlphaCode AI out to take over Milliamp’s work?

Google’s UK-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) unit DeepMind has created a tool that can solve programming problems on its own and write code. They even put it to a test in a programming competition with people and the AI named AlphaCode

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Santa delivers KiCad 6

Last month during the holiday period, alongside festive joy brought by the big man in the red coat delivering Coca Cola, excitement was also brought to the electronics world with the unveiling of KiCad 6, our electronics and PCB design

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COP26 ends but no discussions on e-waste

Last week, COP26 drew to a close with an extended day, but many have been left rather disappointed by the outcome. This was the first climate deal ever that planned explicitly to reduce coal – the worst fossil fuel for

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Lancashire becomes home to the National Cyber Force

A few weeks ago the UK Government quietly announced that Preston in Lancashire would become the home to a new organisation tasked with protecting the UK against hostile cyber threats — the National Cyber Force or NCF for short. This

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Lancashire LEP Report

As a part of Lancashire’s industrial community we are interested in keeping our county thriving in the electronics sector. Reading the latest Lancashire LEP report it is clear that our sector is thriving and has survived the pandemic very well.

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Global chip shortage continues

The 2020–21 global chip shortage is an ongoing crisis in which the demand for semiconductor chips is greater than the supply, impacting more than 169 industries. It has led to major shortages and queues amongst consumers for video cards, video

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