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2015-07-01 Growing ATE market to approach $4.48B in 2020
Grand View Research forecasted that increased demand for consumer electronics will fuel the market, as well as the rising design complexity due to adoption of SoC.
2015-08-11 Global smart textile/fabric market to hit $1.59B in 2020
The market is expected to be driven by the rising penetration of smartphones and other smart or high-tech devices including iPods, stated Grand View Research.
2015-08-06 Consumer electronic sensors market to log $34.57B by 2022
Grand View Research revealed that the increasing proliferation of smartphones and tablets on a global level is seen to boost demand over the forecast period.
2002-12-11 Darpa puts thought into cognitive computing
A program that may push cognitive technology to a new level is being launched by the U.S. Department of Defense.
2002-05-31 Display makers unsure of OLEDs' near-term prospects
Display manufacturers in Taiwan and South Korea are taking a measured view of the near-term prospects of OLEDs, which generated heady excitement at the Society for Information Display 2002 conference
2016-03-17 SiC ready: X-Fab offers 6in SiC from Texas foundry
X-Fab has upgraded the manufacturing process at its wafer fab in Lubbock, Texas, in order to start supplying 6in SiC wafers.
2016-03-08 Elsoft jumps LED test equipment production
Elsoft increases production of LED test equipment to address growing safety concerns and stringent government regulations. The company expects the demand to continue over the next seven years.
2009-05-25 ST ready to shed off old image
Only days after STMicroelectronics N.V. hosted its Annual Investors' Day conference in New York, several analysts have upgraded ratings on the company, boosting its market value by as much as 10 percent and elevating the IC firm's equity performance above many of its peers in the embattled industry.
2007-07-23 Sensors to give 'sight' to future cars
Cars of the future will be equipped with a broad range of sensors, enabling them to 'see' what comes ahead.
2011-12-27 Industry screw-ups of 2011
This year will be remembered for its share of missteps in the electronics world. EE Times has compiled a list of 10 blunders from 2011 that we believe will be remembered for years to come.
2007-10-01 Flash makers position for NAND surge
Seeking to gain ground on Samsung Electronics, NAND flash rivals Hynix Semiconductor, IM Flash Technologies and Toshiba are quietly expanding their production and readying a new class of sub-45nm devices.
2006-05-16 Embedded experts: Fix code bugs or cost lives
The Therac 25 was supposed to save lives by zapping tumors with targeted blasts of radiation. Instead, the device delivered massive overdoses that killed three patients and injured several others because of software glitches by a lone programmer whose code was never properly inspected and tested.
2014-11-12 Cypress joins ranks of vendors selling MCUs with BLE
A latecomer to the IoT market, Cypress launched its PSoC 4 BLE and PRoC BLE chips positioned to take advantage of the expected upgrade of millions of remote controls from infrared to Bluetooth.
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