budgets they are able to insert referrals into private conversations, position brands in consumers' minds, enhance corporate images, and ring the registers.
In the interview, Kulkarni describes Sequence's business model and the growing challenges facing his customers creating miniscule
chips with hundreds of millions of transistors.
The company's advanced power management architecture enables the operation of sensors and radios off miniscule
amounts of available energy.
size, extreme accuracy, and low power consumption of our biosensor makes embedding it into new and existing electronics easy," added Huang.
2 billion buying goods online, this represents a miniscule
The heat alters the surface tension, causing miniscule
amounts of fluid to migrate from cooler to warmer areas through thermocapillary action.
After being processed into food products, usually involving heat and/or pressure, the remaining miniscule
amount of THC drops to virtually undetectable levels and cannot lead to intoxication.
losses that the pools have incurred so far, along with their potentially more significant but still limited losses in the future, demonstrate the strong credit performance of CMBS, the article says.
Transistors are the miniscule
on/off switches that make up the integrated circuits in today's microprocessors.
At its foundation is the manipulation of matter on the nanoscale -- between 1 and 100 nanometers, miniscule
even compared to today's sub-micron IC technology -- with the aim of producing new, more powerful electronics.
The paper of the envelopes containing a contaminated product has some humidity in it, even if the amount is miniscule
, and therefore can be energized by the application of microwaves to produce the heat necessary to kill bacteria.