6/28/12 Kent man wins new Chevrolet Volt
Year-long program culminates with 30,838 miles traveled through 24 U.S. states and interviewed 750 people at 245 companies Phoenix and San Francisco, June 27, 2012 – As the Drive for Innovation makes its last pit stop on its year-long journey across North America this week in Vancouver, British Columbia, the success of the program proves that technology innovation is thriving.
SAN DIEGO–Somewhere along a sun-smooched stretch of road here in May, we circled the Earth. Our journey to hunt down innovation stories across the country in a Chevy Volt officially crossed 24,901 miles, one measure of the earth's circumference. We're still driving until the end of June, so we've got thousands of miles to go. The human-led electronics innovation in
4/5/12 Click Here to listen to the complete segment with Brian Fuller on KSFO Radio.
To Feature Participants from Swemco, Avnet Electronics Marketing, Shockwave Impact and National Instruments Phoenix and San Francisco, March 22, 2012 — UBM Electronics, the daily source of essential business and technical information for the electronics industry’s decision makers, and Avnet Express, the e-Commerce engine for Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT), today announced the Drive for Innovation will host a fireside
Three-Day Chevrolet Volt Teardown Results to be Presented in Three Sessions at North America’s Largest Electronic Design Conference in Silicon Valley, March 26-29 Phoenix and San Francisco, March 21, 2012 – What makes the Chevy Volt run? Find out during DESIGN West, March 26-29, when UBM Electronics, the daily source of essential business and technical information for the electronics
More than a decade ago, I wrote an essay for one of those EE Times year-in-review editions that would announce its presence with a resounding "thump!" on your desk. The essay's premise was that Moore's Law had advanced so far, so quickly that pretty soon a single engineer could become the next Intel because the entire design and supply chain
Traveled 14,414 miles through 17 states and interviewed 500+ people at 100 companies Phoenix and San Francisco, March 8, 2012 — Innovation: dead in America? Hardly. After six months of driving around the nation and interviewing more than 500 engineers, entrepreneurs, inventors, educators and students, our research shows quite the opposite — innovation is thriving in America. Avnet Express’ Drive
01/31/12 Listen to the show Here.