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2014-05-28 5W wireless power receivers cut power loss by half
TI's receivers support the Qi 1.1 standard, and feature a programmable output up to 8V and low on-resistance MOSFETs, boasting 96 per cent power efficiency, and 35 per cent temperature rise reduction.
2006-03-01 42V systems allow better power management
Before 42V systems can be adopted widely, many engineering problems must be addressed, including the engine/electrical system architecture and a migration strategy.
2015-06-03 3 becomes 2: Wireless power bodies A4WP, PMA announce merger
A4WP and PMA, two of the three major wireless charging standard groups, announced their plans to merge are official, leaving behind WPC's Qi platform as the sole alternative.
2014-12-08 10W wireless power device enables faster charging
TI's bq51025 and bq500215, both shipping in volume production, enable waterproof and dustproof portable designs and provide a faster, cooler charge to one- and two-cell (1S and 2S) Li-ion batteries.
2008-01-15 Ex-OLPC CTO cooks up $75 laptop
Former OLPC CTO Mary Lou Jepsen, now CEO and CTO of Pixel Qi, is pursuing the $75 laptop just days after leaving her position at OLPC, where she designed many of the XO's advanced technologies.
2013-10-03 WPC member PowerbyProxi receives $4M from Samsung
The additional funds brings the total value of PowerbyProxi's Series C financing to over $9 million following an announcement that they have raised $5 million from TE Connectivity and Movac.
2002-03-11 Wireless tech providers see chance for growth in China
Wireless technology companies struggling to recover from a year of record losses continue to turn to China's telecom market for new business.
2012-11-21 Wireless power receiver pushes mobile charging
TI's bq51050B claims to give smartphone users a simpler, stress-free charging experience and help designers implement wireless power technology in places such as car consoles, charging pads and office furniture.
2015-04-02 Wireless power industry to grow by leaps and bounds in 2015
IHS forecasts that global revenues for wireless power receivers and transmitters will grow to more than $1.7 billion in 2015.
2012-03-19 Wireless charging of medical electronics
Here's a look at the benefits and drawbacks of wireless charging for medical devices.
2006-04-25 Winbond opens 12-inch fab
Winbond Electronics official opened its new 12-inch fab at the Central Taiwan Science Park.
2010-02-01 Will iPad live up to its hype?
Consumers, analysts voice out their praises and concerns on Apple's latest hot gadgetthe iPad tablet.
2014-01-24 TI wireless charging controller touts foreign object detection
TI's bq500412 controller, a wireless power transfer circuit with foreign object detection, allows designers to bring to market 3-coil, 5-V, and 12-V A6 charging stations compliant with the Wireless Power Consortium 1.1 specification.
2006-08-09 TI ships 3 million decoders to Hikvision
Texas Instruments Inc. announced that it has shipped 3 million units of its TVP5150AM1 ultra-low-power video decoder to Hikvision.
2015-03-06 Smart watch reference model speeds up device prototyping
The TZ1001 from Toshiba combines an accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer and optical pulse sensor to enable smart watch designs for sport watch applications.
2002-09-20 Shanghai HDIC, Samsung co-establish China TV Institute
Samsung Electronics Corp. has collaborated with the Shanghai High Density Digital Technology Innovation Center to establish a digital TV research institute, aiming to explore China's DTV market.
2002-02-28 Shanghai Cable power cables pass product appraisal
Shanghai Cable Works' 132kV crosslink polythene insulation power cables have passed the appraisal conducted by the Holland Int. Test Center.
2015-03-02 Samsung smartphones tout 14nm Exynos SoC
Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will use an Exynos 7 octacore processor with four cores running at 1.5GHz and four at 2.1GHz. These are 35 per cent more energy efficient than those in the Galaxy Note 4.
2012-11-08 Researchers find hurdles for future chips
Researchers have demonstrated that electrical current can be drastically reduced when wires from two dissimilar metals meet.
2013-06-25 Qualcomm powers up wireless charging initiative
Qualcomm has agreed to license its wireless charging technology, based on the A4WP specification into products for cars and office equipment, via Gill Electronics.
2014-12-29 Novel technique opens path to low-cost 3D nanomanufacturing
Laser shock imprinting creates large-area patterns of 3D nanoshapes from metal sheets that will inexpensively mass produce innovations such as "plasmonic metamaterials" for advanced technologies.
2014-09-25 Novel method paves way for cheaper solar panels
Researchers developed a new method called "hybrid deposition" to create perovskite solar cells, made from a mixture of inexpensive organic and inorganic raw materials.
2014-04-03 Nokia pushes smartphones towards wider market
The latest Lumia smartphones release comprises Nokia's move for a broader market push, dedicating two models630 and 635for the lower tier market and the 950 for the higher segment.
2015-06-08 Motion engine leaves gesture control in the dust
Startup Quantum Interface developed an Android smartwatch launcher called QiLaunch Ware that claims to be extremely fast and allows users to navigate through any app in a continuous motion.
2013-11-19 MIT researchers use viruses to boost Li-air cell performance
The team added genetically modified viruses to the production of nanowires that serve as one of a battery's electrodes to improve the number of charging-discharging cycles the batteries can withstand.
2010-03-12 LCD makers rise up to e-paper challenge
LCD users have picked fast colors over the better readability and longer battery life achieved with reflective displays but with the-paper encroaching on their turf, LCD makers are pushing back by resurrecting reflective techniques.
2005-03-16 International team boosts thin films
The United States, Italy and China are cooperating to develop superior thin-film technologies that could endow future devices with properties not possible in today's processing.
2014-06-09 Intel's Rezence deployment: Will the market follow suit?
The chip giant demonstrated at Computex the wireless charging of devices using a loosely coupled technology, offering freedom of movement and simultaneous charging of multiple devices.
2015-06-03 Intel Keynote: Wireless everywhere
Intel's message yesterday at the Computex Taipei was mainly around "wireless," from wireless charging to collaboration to Atom-based mobile devices powerful enough for gaming.
2014-02-04 Implement compact wireless battery charging
Wireless charging adds value, reliability and robustness in many applications.
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