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2014-03-27 Intel advances wearable focus with Basis purchase
Basis Science created the health tracker band, Basis, which captures physiological metrics such as heart rate to help people get fit, sleep better and stress less.
2009-09-30 General Motors opens science lab in China
General Motors Co. has established a China Science Lab in Shanghai, which will carry out important research projects in a number of automotive-related fields for the company
2014-02-24 Vietnam law revision opens door to sci-tech innovations
Vietnam's revised Law on Science and Technology addresses funding, financial mechanisms, and treatment policies for the staff
2003-03-20 Telelogic forms alliance with research, engineering firm
Telelogic AB has signed an agreement with research and engineering firm Science Applications Int. Corp., to jointly pursue new clients and business prospects of the latter utilizing Telelogic DOORS and other Telelogic application lifecycle management tools
2002-07-23 STMicro, UMC expand manufacturing alliance
STMicroelectronics and UMC have extended their manufacturing relationship by signing a multi-year manufacturing agreement.
2006-08-21 NIST scientists release update on bistable atomic switch research
NIST scientists injected a charge that switched a single cobalt atom between two locations on a crystalline substrate. This single-atom oscillator development could become the basis for a future bistable atomic switch
2006-08-14 Tohoku University, Epson agree on research, training tie-up
Tohoku University and Seiko Epson reached an agreement to cooperate in R&D, training and other possible fields of joint endeavor to help enhance science and technology capabilities in Japan
2003-08-15 Sensant obtains phase II grant from NSF
Sensant has been awarded a National Science Foundation follow-on Small Business Innovation Research grant for its work in advancing silicon microtechnology
2013-07-23 Researchers develop low-cost sol'n polymer LEDs, PV cells
A team of researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology created a plasmonic material that claims to improve performance of polymer-based optoelectronic devices
2007-12-07 Notetaking tool for blind students levels the classroom
A notetaking tool dubbed the 'Smartpen' is being developed to help blind students attend college engineering classes on an equal basis as sighted students
2005-12-09 NEC touts nanobridge, 45nm feats at IEDM
NEC has announced an enhanced three-terminal Nanobridge switch that will be the basis of a novel form of FPGA. The so-called cell-based IC is expected to be one-tenth the size of the equivalent FPGA
2011-01-26 Nanotape may soon replace solder pads
The new nanotape could replace solder pads with a thin lightweight material that improves thermal energy management. Its foam-like flexible compliance could form the basis for new IC packaging techniques
2005-06-21 Intel unveils all-CMOS WLAN transceiver
Intel Corp. has used its 90nm process technology as the basis for an all-CMOS wireless LAN transceiver designed as a system-in-package (SiP
2011-08-12 Innofidei, Siano settle dispute
Siano and Innofidei have announced that they have resolved their dispute amicably and expeditiously. The companies are dropping the court cases against each other on the basis of mutual respect
2002-06-19 Credence, PSU establish program for electrical, computer engineering
Portland State University has commenced a Masters of Science level fellowship program in electrical and computer engineering which will be funded by Credence Systems Corp
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
2007-05-15 China earmarks $286M for local standards devt
China's Tsinghua Science Park is putting together a $286-million investment fund to help tech firms develop local standards and improve their global competitiveness within five years
2008-09-11 Analysis: The long road to mobile TV
Enabling consumers to watch digital TV broadcasts on cellphones has never been compared to rocket science. Today, however, long after the technology became feasible, its success as a business is beginning to look as far away as a moon landing
2014-05-05 Smartwatches recall its origins in Casio
It has taken 15 years for the smartwatch to evolve from a bulky PDA-enabled wristwatch with a .028Mpx monochrome CMOS image sensor to compact 32bit Cortex powered device doubling as a health monitor. Whereas demand for these devices never took off in the past, Teardown.com sees a bright future for wearables that now incorporates a healthy mix of groundbreaking and proven technologies.
2014-12-12 M&As that pushed the Internet of Things
Beyond the usual reasons for consolidation, many companies scrambled to make deals specifically to get IoT technologies and products that were missing from their portfolios.
2011-12-20 Hot CE innovations at the CES
EE Times picked 10 hot gadgets from the Consumer Electronics Association's honorees of engineering design and advancement of the upcoming 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show.
2012-02-17 Using OpenFlow protocol to control network flow
Learn why it is important to build the open-source specification OpenFlow into routers, switches, and other devices to realize the benefits of Software-Defined Networks.
2015-10-27 Understanding the barriers restricting computing progress
A report based on a workshop funded by SRC and NSF describes some issues impeding improvement in computing such as energy consumption and inadequate architecture.
2010-07-07 Toshiba, Intel deliver educational tablet PCs
Toshiba Corp. and Intel KK will jointly commercialize an educational-use tablet PC designed to facilitate learning in compulsory education.
2012-01-02 The lowdown on power line communication
Here's a discussion on power line communication and its segments, applications, and challenges.
2013-12-23 The lowdown on high-perf timing in board design
Know the various scenarios facing board designers when working with high-performance timing.
2005-09-01 The basics of implementing DSP functions on low-cost FPGAs
For cutting-edge designs where cycles are tight, requirements are fluid, and expected volumes are uncertain, system companies implement most core functionality and DSP in low-cost FPGAs.
2015-10-13 Singapore trials autonomous public transport systems
Singapore marked a key milestone towards its vision of autonomous public transport as it flagged off trials in One-North, signing MoUs to support tests with monitoring and safety infrastructure.
2014-10-20 Sensors keep rivers healthy
The Beacon Institute has worked towards making its River and Estuary Observatory Network sensors 20 times cheaper than other systemscheap enough for any river monitoring system to afford.
2013-12-11 Securing open source web apps with static analysis
Find out how static analysis can be used to find and eliminate coding errors.
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