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EETimes On Air is the audial digest of EETimes, presenting a thirty-minute deep-dive on the most compelling stories in electronics. Featuring subject matter experts from all corners of the industry, EETimes On Air lends elevated discourse to design engineers and tech industry professionals.

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EETimes On Air is the audial digest of EETimes, presenting a thirty-minute deep-dive on the most compelling stories in electronics. Featuring subject matter experts from all corners of the industry, EETimes On Air lends elevated discourse to design engineers and tech industry professionals.

    Weekly Briefing: Friday, January 17, 2020

    Weekly Briefing: Friday, January 17, 2020

    A company called Prophesee has developed a completely new way to capture video with what it calls an event-based sensor. At the recent CES show, we caught up with Prophesee’s CEO, Luca Verre. Today you’ll hear our interview with him.
    Also, the Consumer Electronics Show. It's vast. CES 2020 was last week. EE Times editors saw more products and technologies, and sat in on more sessions, than we had time to write about. We got together to discuss some of the most fascinating things we saw at the show, including the Prophesee event-based sensor, autonomous boats, data privacy chips, quantum computers, smart toilets, automated cocktail shakers, farm equipment, AI-powered toothbrushes… and more!

    • 43 min.
    CES 2020 Recap - Part 3

    CES 2020 Recap - Part 3

    Day Three of our special series of podcasts reporting live from the Consumer Electronics Show in the Mojave Desert.
    In the past couple of years, the automotive industry has dominated CES, and this year it’s happening again. In today’s episode: Qualcomm made some headline news, announcing it is burrowing deeper into the automotive market.
    Also, a live interview with executives from Infineon and Texas Instruments about adding autonomous functions to cars equipped with driver assist capabilities.
    Plus, an analysis of a novel approach for autonomous vehicles from Intel’s MobilEye unit; and finally, and finally, Toyota surprised show-goers with a plan for smart cities.

    • 38 min.
    CES 2020 Recap - Part 2

    CES 2020 Recap - Part 2

    Part 2 of our continued coverage of CES Unveiled. In this episode, we interview NXP CTO Lars Reger and talk with an executive of Atmosic, which has created a nifty new Bluetooth device that harvests energy from its environment to power – well – all sorts of things. Also, a live interview with the developers of a squishable portable speaker and a quick recap from the press events held by AMD, which wowed the crowd, and by Intel, which… didn’t.

    • 21 min.
    CES 2020 Recap - Part 1

    CES 2020 Recap - Part 1

    This is a special edition of our podcast, with reporting live from the Consumer Electronics Show in fabulous Las Vegas!

    • 19 min.
    Weekly Briefing: Friday, December 20, 2019

    Weekly Briefing: Friday, December 20, 2019

    This week, we talk with author George Leopold, who’s just given us his list of the five best documentaries about space.
    And, this year we’re doing something different for our annual year in review. EE Times editors are sharing our favorite interviews from 2019.

    Weekly Briefing: Friday, December 13, 2019

    Weekly Briefing: Friday, December 13, 2019

    The next generation of 5G smartphones, gaming on smartphones, and a proposal to enable everyone to keep their official documents – driver’s license, passport – on their phones. We’ll investigate some Qualcomm’s new products and services, and some of the trends it’s enabling.
    Also, since Qualcomm’s products are intrinsic to so many worldwide trends, the company is also intrinsic to worldwide trade. We’ll have a conversation about Qualcomm, the electronics industry, and Qualcomm’s largely unknown role in the global market.

    • 32 min.

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