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2007-02-27 Intel, Motion Computing introduce medical tablet PC
Intel and Motion Computing partnered to deliver C5, the portable PC which uses Intel's first healthcare platform, the mobile clinical assistant.
2007-10-12 Technical computing trends drive distributed, parallel computing apps
Several trends in the technical computing market are driving the rapid creation and use of distributed and parallel computing applications
2011-01-11 Shift in computing seen as Windows starts running on ARM
Announcements that Microsoft's next version of Windows will run on ARM together and Nvidia will deliver a complete range of ARM chips for computing portend a major change in computing
2012-10-23 Princeton researchers close in on quantum computing
The technique developed by Princeton's researchers could help lead to larger quantum computing systems
2014-06-09 Motion control collaboration opens up robotics, automation
The collaboration between XMOS and Synapticon involves joint development and marketing initiatives for the uptake of motion control technologies in areas including robotics and smart factories
2013-12-13 MIT team develops through-wall, 3D motion tracking system
Dubbed by the researchers as "WiTrack," the system uses radio signals to track a person through walls and obstructions, pinpointing 3D location to within 10-20cm.
2012-01-19 Microsoft's final keynote talks next-gen computing, smartphones
The company is set to emerge fully from behind the WinTel duopoly and compete toe to toe in the smartphone, entertainment and mobile computing arenas
2007-03-26 MCUs suit embedded motion control applications
Luminary Micro has announced the immediate availability of five new Stellaris MCUs with features suited for embedded motion control applications
2012-10-11 Incorporating MEMS motion tracking in wearable sensors
Know the impact of next generation wearable sensing devices on the way we track our fitness goals, train our professional athletes, and view our sporting events.
2006-07-04 Touchscreen has noncontact sensing, fingerprint reading
Motion Computing's LS800 is a slate PC built around a central design teneta pen-input screen. This article examines how this technology works.
2014-08-21 Startup banks on triple-level cell NAND advantage
NxGnData hopes to grab the opportunities for technology that puts computational tasks closer to where data resides while also seeing a role for TLC NAND in the enterprise as "cold storage."
2006-02-08 Sony touts Cell processor for real-time tasks
Real-time computing will bring a paradigm shift for both the PC and semiconductor industries, according to the president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment
2011-02-11 Mobile apps platform claims 60% power reduction
Texas Instruments' 28nm OMAP 5 offers up to 3x processing performance and five-fold 3D graphics improvement at nearly 60 percent average power reduction compared to the OMAP 4 platform.
2008-07-30 Ford's virtual engineering receives Quantum3D aid
Commercial-off-the-Shelf (COTS) real-time visual computing solutions provider Quantum3D Inc. is helping Ford Motor Co. in virtual engineering and safety
2006-04-20 Adlink unveils embedded platform products at Japan trade show
Adlink Technology introduced advanced motion control and embedded computing platform products during the Board Computer trade show in Japan.
2013-11-26 Focus on no wires, no batteries at Embedded Technology 2013
Japanese chip suppliers are now squarely focused on pushing ready-to-use modulescomplete with software, sensors, and connectivity chips.
2013-10-11 Switch takes computers to light-speed performance
The device developed at A*STAR can switch a light signal on or off extremely quickly, enabling all-optical computing and simplifying the interface between electronic and optical networks
2015-07-14 PLC teardown: Allen-Bradley Micro850 for industrial apps
The PLC is symbolic of the high level of ruggedness configurability, isolation performance and ease of use that keeps PLCs strong in factory automation despite the encroachment of embedded computing
2015-02-18 Pattern recognition carves smooth road for Big Data
Start-up NeuroMem seeks to enable efficient pattern recognition by bringing massively parallel, low-power, real-time, cost-effective computing architecture with a built-in capability to learn on the fly
2008-05-05 Introduction to video compression
In this article, we explore the operation and characteristics of video codecs. We explain basic video compression algorithms, including still-image compression, motion estimation, artifact reduction, and color conversion. We discuss the demands codecs make on processors and the consequences of these demands
2002-12-10 IC startups chase new technology
Entrepreneurs arrived in the U.S. last week offering chips they said would spur the development of multiprotocol radios, full-motion video on cellphones and wideband WLANs, among other next-generation products
2014-06-30 Google to roll out 3D-sensing tablet by next year
The 7in Android tablet runs on an Nvidia Tegra K1 processor with 120GB SSD and 4GB of RAM, a 4MP/2um camera, a high-speed light-sensitive sensor and a custom motion tracking camera
2005-11-03 Gartner: Worldwide PDA shipments rise 21%
A recent report by Gartner Dataquest shows that global shipments of PDAs reached 3.45 million units in Q3 this year, with the market expected to hit 15 million units for the whole year. Shipments increased by 20.7 percent over the same period last year led by Research in Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry
2005-08-01 For PS3's creator, this isn't a game
Sony's Ken Kutaragi turns his vision into a reality as he sets a computer revolution in motion with the new Cell-powered PS3
2007-12-13 Dell aims touchscreen tablet PC at Gen Y workers
Dell this week rolled out its first tablet PC, saying that businesses are ready to consider more flexible types of computers for employees who belong to the twenty-something group or the so-called Gen Y.
2012-11-02 x86 won't crash and burn, says AMD
Advanced Micro Devices CEO Rory Reed believes that the x86 will one day experience resurgence. The CEO hopes to go on creating custom x86 processor cores for a very long time.
2007-09-17 What's next in cellphone design?
Cellular telephony has beenand will continue to bea major contributor to the growth of Asian economies. This article discusses the future of cellphone design.
2014-06-17 Vision-based AI boosts surveillance applications
Cost, performance and power consumption advances are now paving the way for the proliferation of embedded vision into diverse surveillance applications.
2005-03-30 Video compressor supports four inputs at a time
The MPEG104+ video compressor from Parvus can support up to four simultaneous inputs.
2007-09-20 Video codec encodes Full HD resolution at 60fps
Aimed at the broadcast market, Ambarella's latest codec is capable of encoding Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixels) resolution at 60fps.
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