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2014-08-11 Quantum dots spray LCD screens with more vibrant colours
The quantum dot enhancement film (QDEF) technology developed by scientists at 3M produces blue, red, and green lightthe combination of which brings richer colours to screens
2014-11-26 Cruise lines tap satellite tech for faster Wi-Fi experience
Cruise companies address the problems of slow and expensive Internet connection with O3b satellite system, which offers affordable high-speed connectivity.
2016-05-13 Lego-like electronic bricks redefines 'playing with blocks'
The chrome-plated bricks from Brixo Smart Toys can conduct electricity, integrate active parts such as LED lights, motor blocks, and even sound, light and proximity sensors.
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
2014-11-05 Button batteries to wear kid-safe coating
The insulator, quantum tunnelling composite, is a rubberlike material that prevents the batteries from generating a current inside the human body but would still be able to power a device
2009-01-07 NXP needs to sell more assets to survive
Despite his experience and knowledge of the industry, NXP's new president and CEO Richard L. Clemmer cannot surgically resolve NXP's boatload of problems without resorting to drastic measures
2003-03-24 Zia inks manufacturing agreement with Emcore
Zia Laser Inc., and Emcore Corp. have agreed upon a sublease and contract manufacturing arrangement for high volume epitaxial growth and laser diode processing.
2016-03-30 Wearables require technology, logistics collaboration
The booming wearable technology industry requires semiconductor makers to work with experienced and reliable logistics providers that can offer multimodal transportation and properly ship items.
2001-03-01 UMC, Photobit target handset, still-camera
United Microelectronics Corp. said it has readied a special CMOS image sensor process for a twin assault on the digital still-camera and cellphone camera markets.
2015-07-08 Trends, challenges for EUV lithography
Imec said cutting costs per transistor at the next-generation, the 10nm node, will be tricky, and even more challenging will be getting extreme ultraviolet lithography ready to enable a full 7nm node.
2003-11-25 Toshiba designer takes path of upward mobility
Delving into 'new transistor technology' is all in a day's work for Toshiba's Shinichi Takagi.
2012-10-23 TCAD eases FinFET design and variability analysis
FinFET is the first fundamental change in transistor architecture since the time MOSFET replaced bipolar transistor as the transistor of choice for logic applications.
2000-12-01 SuperHyway provides SoC backbone
A step ahead of CompactPCI, Compact Packet Switching Backplane (cPSB) is emerging as a viable solution for interconnect problems.
2014-11-03 Start-ups, robotics research drive YC founder
Each year Y Combinator gives seed funds to a few dozen start-ups and coaches them along to their first prototype demos. The start-up incubator has funded a whopping 740 or more start-ups to date, including hits such as AirBnB, Dropbox, Pebble, and Reddit.
2003-01-31 Research expert ponders next killer app
Ralph Cavin, VP of research operations at the Semiconductor Research Corp., thinks that the next killer-app will include thinking machines and devices that would replace human assistants.
2008-12-18 PV materials market to hit $2.4B by '11
NanoMarkets has released an updated analysis of the thin-film photovoltaics (TFPV) and organic photovoltaics (OPV) materials markets. The new analysis and forecast projects revenues of $2.4 billion in 2011 that will grow to just under $7.5 billion in 2015.
2014-03-25 Power trends take spotlight at APEC 2014
During this year's APEC, global players such as Fairchild, Intersil and Texas Instruments revealed their business plans and product offerings in anticipation of the power efficiencies demanded by next-generation electronic devices.
2009-01-06 NXP names Clemmer as new CEO
NXP Semiconductors has announced the appointment of Richard Clemmer as its president and CEO, succeeding Frans van Houten. Clemmer has assumed the new role on Jan. 1, 2009.
2011-10-20 Multilayer graphene seen to replace Si chips
A recent study shows interesting electrical properties of graphene by encapsulating it with boron nitride.
2008-03-03 Multicore delivers more bang for the buck
Although multicore is definitely here to stay, the key challenges are not solved simply by throwing extra cores at the problem.
2015-02-27 LG: Open for partnership
LG Electronics revealed its plan to partner with Chinese and Japanese companies to increase consumer adoption of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display TVs.
2015-01-14 Keep your eyes open for these gadgets in 2015
The recently concluded International CES 2015 showed tons of interesting items that provided a preview of the possibilities that people might explore in 2015.
2012-08-30 Jury gave fair verdict in Apple vs. Samsung case, foreman says
Foreman insists that each jury member had working knowledge of hardware/software functions as well as patent jargon so they were able to deliberate assiduously.
2014-10-23 Is there life after CMOS?
Moore's Law is not dead, but it has clearly reached old age, and no fundamental technology has emerged to replace it. Whatever comes next is likely to challenge old assumptions both for technologists and society at large.
2008-09-15 IIC-Taiwan encompasses entire design value chain
IIC-Taiwan opened at Taipei World Trade Center on Sept. 9 with a new identity, extending its reach to full semiconductor design value chain.
2015-01-09 Identifying memory trends: Issues, standards and specs
Jennie Grosslight, the memory test product manager at Keysight Technologies, revealed what she thinks will be the prevailing memory trends in 2015.
2008-05-20 IBM touts efficiency 'breakthrough' in solar cells
IBM has managed to squeeze 230W of power onto a centimeter square of solar panel using concentrator photovoltaics, and converted this to 70W of usable electric powerachieving the best power efficiency yet possible.
2008-05-06 HP Labs proves 4th element in electronic circuits
HP Labs researchers claim to have proven the existence of what had previously been only theorized as the fourth fundamental circuit element in electrical engineering.
2014-02-14 Google bets high on lower latency for cloud service
A Google fellow told attendees at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference that data center chips need lower latencies to keep up with the increase in volume of managed data.
2008-08-11 GbE testing tool debuts in palm-size footprint
Sunrise Telecom Inc. announced the SunLite GigE, the world's first palm-size GigE tester. This tool helps telecom and broadband service providers meet the stringent demands of using Ethernet to deliver robust and differentiated services to their business and municipal customers.
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