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2015-03-16 Smart glass uses winks for commands
The Korean-made smart glass, K-Glass 2, features a new user interface called the i-Mouse, which can track the user's gaze and connect the device to the Internet through blinking eyes.
2011-03-01 SiGe chipset claims highest frequency rate
The DotFive project hopes to reduce the cost of THz devices by casting them in high-frequency SiGe. It is also keen on developing millimeter wavelength SiGe hetero-junction BiCMOS.
2004-07-05 Sharp sets road map for silicon-on-glass
2006-03-16 Sensors shoot for cameras
Vendors are rolling out CMOS image sensors that promise to bring entry-level, high-volume camera phones from the VGA dark ages into the megapixel era.
2014-02-17 Sensor detects diaper wetness
The sensor is printed on a plastic film using inkjet technology to minimise discomfort for wearers, enabling application to more parts in the human body.
2015-07-27 Semicon West highlights path towards 3D IC
The recent event underlined the significance of the move towards more advanced 3D IC technology, as well as the impact of the 'More than Moore' leading to this progress.
2008-02-07 Samsung: UD tech, 3D content make future TV
The TV of the future will be an 'immersive digital cinema' system with UD technology and 3D user-generated content, said Hyung Kyu Lim, head of Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology.
2006-09-14 Samsung's 32Gbit 40nm NAND uses high-k
Samsung Electronics announced what it touts as the industry's first 32Gbit NAND flash memory, based on 40nm design rules and the company's proprietary Charge Trap Flash architecture.
2012-02-23 Samsung may give TSMC a run for its money
With the industry bracing itself for a tight supply of 28nm from TSMC, Samsung's 32nm process and excess capacity manufacturing facilities could prove an attractive alternative to the likes of Nvidia, or even AMD.
2012-02-23 Samsung goes quad-core
The new chip comes in versions using two or four ARM Cortex A9 cores running at rates from 200MHz to 1.5GHz along with a 64bit ARM Neon media processing block.
2011-02-25 Samsung chief discusses what's limiting PRAM adoption
Samsung's CEO admits that systems houses have been reluctant to adopt next-generation memory types in mass quantities because they are not compatible with today's technology.
2011-02-24 Samsung chief cites challenges facing IC design
IC designers must address power consumption issues, the need for new transistor structure and memory types, delayed development of 3D TSV-based devices, and calls for circuit design breakthroughs.
2014-10-10 Rising costs drive chip companies to alternate routes
The low cost of capital is fuelling M&A across all industries, and the rising cost and complexity of making chips is pouring gas on the fire in semiconductors.
2009-02-11 RF chips find big market in medical apps
Radio frequency CMOS is being applied to a growing but fragmented set of medical applications ranging from imaging and DNA testing to networking in and around the body.
2011-02-28 Reconfigurable transceiver eliminates SAW filters
A breakthrough toward fully reconfigurable radios, the new transceiver relaxes the requirements of antenna filters and works well with multiple wireless standards, including 3GPP-LTE.
2013-12-11 Recognizing the issues with phase change memory
There are about half a dozen papers on phase change memory (PCM) devices at IEDM 2013, and most deal with known reliability problems associated with PCM.
2009-01-09 Receiver front-ends for backplane signaling: binary or ADC's?
The question is: are the two approaches really that different?
2009-05-28 Rambus details DDR4 DRAM roadmap
Rambus Inc. has unveiled a set of new and existing interconnect technologies it claimed will meet the needs of main memory in 2011 and beyond. It hopes the industry adopts the techniques as part of a pending DDR4 DRAM standard.
2012-02-23 PCM progress report no. 5: Scaling issues
Learn about the possible approaches to achieve the scaling necessary to make PCM a commercial success.
2012-02-16 PCM progress report no. 4: Simulating the brain
This report explores the use of phase change memory to emulate a component of the brain, the synapse.
2011-04-11 PCM progress report no. 2: Review of PCM-related activities in early 2011
In this report, the author explores the PCM-related activities over the first quarter of 2011.
2007-04-02 Parallel processing architecture enables advanced vision apps in today's cars
While airbags and seatbelts are designed to provide protection inside the vehicle, accident avoidance equipment could provide the ultimate solution for protecting lives both inside and out.
2011-02-28 Parallel algorithm enhances video resolution
Developers of the CABAC algorithm are eying a 50 percent improvement in coding efficiency to enable Quad Full HD video resolutions of up to 4,096 x 2,160pixels.
2012-11-21 Panasonic, Ericsson to stretch Ethernet, 4G capabilities
Panasonic, Ericsson, Finisar and Hitachi are set to unveil at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference devices pushing wired and wireless communications forward.
2010-11-25 Organic processors run hardcoded program
The 2011 International Solid State Circuits Conference will host papers on a 5.2GHz processor from IBM and an Intel Itanium chip packing 54Mbytes cache.
2008-02-08 Next-gen memory race heats up as bets roll
As the next-generation memory race intensifies with more vendors jumping out of the starting blocks, the question remains if the devices will ever become mainstream parts.
2007-04-02 Next-gen chips bridge design, process
Morris Chang of TSMC cites two strategies foundries need to develop to remain profitable in the CE era.
2007-04-02 New tech pares down I/O power draw
Rambus Inc. and a group of leading academics have set a high-water mark in bringing fast chip-to-chip links into the era of low-power design.
2016-02-29 New smart glasses offer virtual keyboard
The processor used for K-Glass 3 is composed of a pre-processing core to implement stereo vision, seven deep-learning cores to accelerate real-time scene recognition within 33ms.
2005-03-02 NEC plans fast commercialization of 12Gbps I/O scheme
So promising is an NEC-developed serial interface technology capable of sending and receiving digital data at 12Gbps that it is being pushed to commercialization within less than 18 months.
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