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90 The PCB Magazine • February 2016 1 IoT, Community and Content at the Centre of CES Phillip Stoten writes about his observations during the recent CES 2016 Show in las Vegas, including new trends driving the next genera- tion of consumer elec- tronics technologies such as IoT and content. 2 Happy's Essential Skills: The Need for Total Quality Control (Six Sigma and Statistical Tools), Part 1 In this first of many columns covering my "Twenty-Five Essential Skills Every Engineer needs to learn," I will ex- pand on each of those skills. The introduction to this se- ries published in the Janu- ary issue of The PCB Maga- zine. As a quick recap, here are the 25 skills that I will be writing about over the next 18 months or so, to publish every three weeks or so in the PCB007 Daily newsletter. 3 CES 2016 Wrap-Up, Part 1 CES 2016 is now history and most of us are home, or at our next port-of-call. I have seen various atten- dance numbers, but it's somewhere in the range of 175,000; it was busy, crowded and impossible to see everything. Here is my review of some of the most innovative devices and technologies at CES. 4 CES 2016: Press Day, Showstoppers and LaunchIt Event Tuesday, January 5 was press day at CES 2016. Some of the larg- est press conferences are held on press day. Many of them are one- or two-hour advertise- ments with a number of new product announce- ments inserted, and some do provide a great deal of market data and trends. The bigger "pressers," such as the Samsung event, fill multiple auditori- um-sized rooms as well as overflow rooms. Top Ten Recent Highlights from PCB007

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