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Intel tapped Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps to star in ads for the computer processor maker, including one featuring the return of the scowling "Phelps face" popularized on the Internet during the Rio Games. Phelps and actor Jim Parsons of "The Big Bang Theory" collaborate on the spots promoting Intel-powered computers. The idea is that Phelps, the world's most decorated Olympian, is frustrated by his slow computer."/>
Intel ads to feature Michael Phelps and his 'Phelps face' [The Baltimore Sun]
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NEC C&C Foundation Awards 2016 C&C Prize
Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. today announced the development of a CMOS-based millimeter-wave signal generator capable of modulating its frequencies across a wide band of 76-81 GHz at the world's fastest speeds. This development, geared toward highly precise monitoring technology that will help realize autonomous driving, makes it possible to work with systems that prevent detection errors, and with targets moving at different speeds, such as..."/>
Fujitsu Develops Millimeter-Wave CMOS Circuitry for Automotive Radar
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