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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.
2005-09-13 Heatsink delivers optimal cooling
Cool Innovations said a first of its kind UltraCool P line of splayed pin fin heatsink produces a cooling premium of 20 to 30 percent compared to standard pin fin heatsinks when operating in low air-speed environments.
2012-01-12 CES Unveiled: A gadget haven
CES Unveiled opened last January 8, where more than a thousand press people were unleashed on companies showcasing innovations that will set the tone of the upcoming trends this year
2009-12-23 Analyst: CES 2010 will be a battle of applications
Innovations are expected to grace the 2010 Consumer Electronics Show scheduled next month with 3D DVD players, 3D TVs, smart phones and new devices designed for emerging markets
2008-03-31 AMD unveils 'first' 65W quad-core desktop processor
AMD claims the world's first 65W desktop quad-core processor, providing customers with a cool and quiet digital media workhorse
2015-02-04 Testing the waters for 3D pens
Despite being a niche surfing on the hype of the 3D printing industry, 3D pen makers have met a lot of success in their respective crowdfunding campaigns.
2008-06-30 Space project pushes Microchip engineers to extreme
What started out as an innocent call about their company's line of MCUs, locked a small cadre of Microchip Technology Inc. engineers into a multiyear, space-based design project that would push the boundaries of their professional knowledge and flexibility.
2015-03-23 Open Power Summit showcases high-end boards for data centres
The Open Power Foundation, which includes IBM, aims to offer an alternative source of high-end server technology with big data centres and international governments among the first to show interest.
2013-11-22 NTU, TUM research programme yields fast-charging e-taxi
TUM Create unveiled its e-taxi prototype, EVA, which is designed to be recharged in just 15 minutes to cover a realistic range of 200 km, based on Singapore driving patterns.
2015-02-20 NTU start-up unveils compact rotary 3D printer-scanner
Nanyang Technological University's (NTU) start-up Blacksmith Group unleashed the Blacksmith Genesis that can also scan items into digitised models, on top of its 3D printing capabilities.
2002-09-12 Intel outlines products for "anytime" connectivity
Three senior Intel executives said at the IDF keynote on September 10 that achieving seamless connectivity between devices is the greatest challenge facing developers.
2014-03-18 Former Nokia designer leads Media Lab in Shenzhen
Qifeng Yan is championing a number of smartwatch designs at Media Lab (Shenzhen) in Hunan University, of which Coolpad, a domestic China smartphone brand, is set to commercialize.
2001-03-01 DSL flavors color designer choice
The fact that several different flavors of digital subscriber line (DSL) exist today is a classic example of the inherent laissez-faire nature of the technology industry.
2016-03-01 Connectors pave way for high-speed electronics
TE Connectivity recently unveiled its connectors that claim to provide an integrated module thermal solution that allows 30 per cent better thermal performance than QSFP28 solutions.
2014-02-18 Chip start-ups take a nosedive
While venture capitalists recognise the need for innovative chip design, chip development costs have risen to as much as $40 million, yielding big investment losses.
2011-01-21 Apple needs Steve Jobs back, here's why
Industry analysts believe that filling Steve Jobs' shoes would by no means be easy. They cite five things that Apple would sorely miss and must contend with in his absence: his vision, drive and showmanship as well as the company's fan club and stock price.
2006-12-07 AMD builds energy-efficient processors at 65nm
AMD has launched the next-generation of energy-efficient computing with the immediate availability of Athlon 64 X2 dual-core desktop processors built on the 65nm process technology.
2008-11-12 A high-five for high-k reinvented transistors
Nov.10 marks a major milestone: the one-year anniversary of shipping the world's first ever Intel processors manufactured on our 45 nanometer processbased on an entirely new 'high-k metal gate' transistor formula.
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