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2011-04-08 LTE shift impact raises questions
While LTE is sure to bring change extending from end user data plans to cellphones, back-end systems, chips, IP cores and patents, experts wonder how the shift to LTE will impact everyone.
2014-09-01 Low price, more functions key to wearables take off
In the early stage, people are buying brands of wearable devices, but it is not going to last long. Apart from lower price points, consumers would want something more from these devices.
2007-05-24 Kit eases integration of capacitive input tech
Cirque Corp.'s GlideSensor Development Kit provides a step-by-step path for evaluating and implementing capacitive input technology for embedded systems.
2014-11-24 Japan's Megachips eyes sensor hubs for IoT devices
Megachips is Japan's only fabless chip company listed among the top 25 in the world by IC Insights. The company has worldwide revenues of more than $600 million.
2014-07-21 Interoperability to drive adoption of smart appliances
The continuous evolution of the Internet, driven by ever increasing volumes of online information, commerce and social networking, can potentially open more immediate opportunities for the widespread penetration of automated homes.
2014-07-15 Internet of Things: How important is it?
Although Internet of Things seems to be a big deal, are everyday use-cases for the connected home the best that the technology can deliver?
2006-02-28 Intel paid $270M for Micron's NAND flash
One of the less well-known details of the deal between Micron and Intel to create the manufacturing joint venture IM Flash Technologies LLC is that Micron sold its existing NAND flash memory technology and chip designs to Intel for $270 million.
2015-06-12 Intel Diversity Fund gives importance to women, minorities
To qualify for the Intel Capital Diversity Fund, a startup needs to have a founder or at least three executives reporting to a CEO who are female or members of a minority.
2007-06-04 In notebook webcams, less pixels means more performance
Avoiding the megapixel marketing trap for integrated notebook webcam designs will lead to better low light sensitivity, argues an engineer from Cypress Semiconductor.
2014-01-30 Impact of Google-Samsung licensing deal is yet to be seen
While the firms refused to disclose details about the patents covered, an analyst portends that innovations that emerge from the cross-licensing deal will eventually trickle down to other OEMs.
2012-10-01 Image gallery: What makes up Kindle Fire HD?
In this teardown, we offer a peak inside the Amazon Kindle Fire HD.
2014-07-04 IBM's custom silicon requires impetus
An anonymous IBM employee from the microelectronics division wrote this opinion article in response to the series published earlier here regarding the outlook for IBM as a chip maker.
2015-06-01 Huawei and Xiaomi: Charting the future of IoT
Huawei's technological prowess in telecom and Xiaomi's agility in consumer electronics show both companies' potential and weaknesses. Understanding the differences offers a glimpse into the future.
2015-12-24 How to prep your company for connected space
With the IoT market reaching $1.7 trillion by 2020, enterprises from all sectors are embracing the opportunity to cash in on connecting their products, services and devices of all kinds to the Internet.
2008-11-17 How to grow an electronics giant
How Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd made the transition from a CE dwarf to a global brand is a well-told story. Less well-known, however, is the story of how Samsung, based in Seoul, South Korea, achieved its current supremacy by battling Japan companies on their own turfCE and memory chips.
2013-05-06 High-res mobile screens need help in video processing
Video that looked fine on an old iPad 2 looks noticeably worse on a newer iPad with a Retina Display. What's the solution?
2016-03-07 Hackers target Mac users in ransomware campaign
Hackers infected Macs through a tainted copy of a popular programme known as Transmission, which is used to transfer data through the BitTorrent peer-to-peer file sharing network.
2008-01-18 Green cars to take floor at Detroit auto show
When the public enters the 2008 North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Jan. 19, they'll find cars as green as spring.
2011-08-17 Google-Motorola deal causes tension in mobile market
Google's acquisition of Motorola promises protection of the Android ecosystem from legal threats, but is also expected to raise tensions among its competitor smartphone, tablet, and TV makers.
2015-10-05 GlobalFoundries to develop 7/10nm process tech in-house
GlobalFoundries has decided to develop its 7nm and 10nm process technology internally instead of relying on licensing from Samsung, believing it is more cost-effective to do so.
2015-09-18 Globalfoundries CEO talks about FD-SOI, FinFET and IoT
Sanjay Jha said many applications are expected to drive the industry's growth, which include mass market smartphones, M2M, IoT and automotive, which don't need the cost and complexity of FinFET.
2012-10-18 Foxconn confirms employment of underage workers
Possibly violating China's labour laws, Foxconn Technology group admitted to employing interns as young as 14 years old.
2007-08-01 Flash price fall shakes HDD market
In the face of falling flash memory prices, HDD makers are retreating from what they thought would be new growth markets in mobile consumer systems.
2016-05-06 Exposing customer behaviour through IoT supply chains
Benefits for supply chains as a result of IoT data will come from operational performance such as improving production and maintenance, as well as build-and-distribution cycles.
2013-05-28 Experts: Innovation in danger due to lack in basic research
According to Bill Spencer, former head of PARC and Sematech, the decline of big corporate R&D groups have left a hole in the innovation pipeline.
2015-09-07 Every home to have 5 connected media devices by 2019
Merrick Kingston, principal analyst at IHS Technology, forecasts that by 2019, the number of media-enabled devices will be equivalent to five for every household on the planet.
2009-06-12 Don't kiss UWB goodbye
Despite many declarations 'UWB is dead,' recently it feels as though support is starting to grownot just from those pushing the technology, but also from independent industry experts and device manufacturers.
2015-09-21 Dialog agrees to buy Atmel for $4.6B
The acquisition results in a new company that combines power management and embedded processing solutions, supporting mobile power, automotive and Internet of Things customers.
2016-03-10 Deal or no deal? How Foxconn-Sharp benefit from reconciliation
Things haven't been going too well for Sharp Corp. over the years as it attempts to turn things around. Find out what the latest attempt at a deal with Foxconn could mean for both companies.
2005-11-08 DAB chip sets seen gaining hefty share of mobile TV market
An estimated 29.5 million mobile TV phones will be using the Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) standard by 2010, according to a study by Eureca Research, with personal music players, portable video players and mobile PCs equipped with DAB chip sets accounting for an additional 20.5 million units
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