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2012-10-04 Rice University makes advancements in transparent memory
Rice University's research team has made highly transparent, nonvolatile resistive memory devices based on the revelation that silicon oxide can be used as a switch.
2014-08-28 Examining Intel's embedded DRAM
With its astronomical manufacturing costs, SRAM's viability is being questioned and the industry is looking for alternatives. This article examines an intriguing option in the form of embedded DRAM.
2012-11-21 Samsung to debut ARM-based SoC at ISSCC
Several major new microprocessors will be showcased at next year's International Solid-State Circuits Conference. Samsung's SoC using ARM A15 and A7 cores and Renesas' 28nm integrated handset SoC are some of the expected unveilings
2012-09-26 Intel, STM and IBM to showcase IC manufacturing advancements
Intel and a joint research by IBM and STMicroelectronics will each present progress reports at the International Electron Devices Meeting.
2009-07-08 Coming soon: Carbon chips
Carbonthe basis of all organic compoundsseems destined to displace silicon as the material of choice for future semiconductors.
2014-02-12 Korean researchers upgrade Google Glass
Researchers from KAIST leapfrogged Google's Project Glass with a custom chip geared to deliver augmented reality experiences on a heads-up display.
2011-12-21 JEDEC to release 3D IC standard
JEDEC will release in late December or early January 2012 the first 3D IC interface standard.
2008-04-24 DRAMs get beefed up
Responding to harsh DRAM market conditions, DRAM manufacturers are now offering more-efficient designs for both the mainstream DDR2 market and the next-generation DDR3 market.
2013-02-22 Analysts: Will there be an Apple designed GPU?
Two technology analysts discusses what's in store for Apple's A-series processor family.
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