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2008-05-15 Unwrap Robot Guitar's autotuning secret
On the heels of its Ethernet Out guitar, Gibson Guitar has released the Robot Guitar, which automatically tunes to a range of standard and alternative tunings at the touch of a button.
2010-08-05 TI leads power management, driver IC market
Texas Instruments kept the top spot in the power management & driver IC market during the 2009 downturn with a market share of 10.5 percent, reports market watcher IMS Research.
2014-07-25 Smartphone basics: Connectivity and sensors
In smart devices nowadays, accelerometers and compasses have a quantitative edge over gyroscopes, but we are seeing more frequently the combination of accelerometer and gyroscope in one package.
2002-09-04 Shipley to acquire fiber-optic components provider
Shipley Co. LLC will acquire the technology, equipment, IP, and remaining workforce of Haleos Inc.
2012-09-12 Ramtron once again rejects Cypress' takeover bid
The company's board previously rejected at least three offers by Cypress, with the last offer being increased from $86 million to $100 million.
2016-03-31 Not much fanfare about GaN at APEC 2016
Talk about GaN was low key but there were still promising developments, including new applications for low-voltage GaN transistors and AlGaN driver ICs for GAN FETs.
2011-01-26 Nanotape may soon replace solder pads
The new nanotape could replace solder pads with a thin lightweight material that improves thermal energy management. Its foam-like flexible compliance could form the basis for new IC packaging techniques.
2009-04-27 Litho tools propel photoresist market
The trend towards advanced 193nm deep-UV (DUV) lithography tools is affecting the product mix of photoresists consumed as well as market shares of photoresist suppliers, according to the report by The Information Network.
2002-06-18 Joint-venture eyes 3G phones for China
Two Japanese electronics giants are teaming with one of China's leading manufacturers of telecom infrastructure systems to build a 3G licensing business in China based on W-CDMA technology.
2005-04-26 Japanese group proposes logic LSI foundry for semi industry
Concerned with the declining presence of Japan in the system-on-chip LSI market, the Economic Research Institute in Japan has proposed to form an independent logic LSI foundry that would combine industry-wide human, financial and intellectual resources in Japan.
2004-07-26 Japan's SoC effort forges standard fab network
A project that aims to establish a standard platform for system-on-chip designs in Japan has shifted to its business phase with the adoption of a standard design methodology, manufacturing process and fab network, according to member companies.
2014-11-25 Japan seeks to gain tech supremacy with IoT
At the Embedded Technology 2014 last week, Japanese exhibitors, whole-heartedly embracing IoT and its technology building blocks, were busy showing solutions bridging the old and new.
2007-10-11 Japan chip industry up for painful restructuring
Amid a sluggish cycle in semiconductors, Japan's IC industry is moving towards a new round of restructuring if not a shakeout among the weaker players there.
2010-09-17 Intel debuts 'Tunnel Creek' SoC
New Intel SoC for embedded systems launched at IDF
2011-11-08 IHS: Thai floods drown electronics sector
The Thailand flooding represents the second major natural disaster to affect the industry this year after the March 2011 Japan earthquake.
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.
2003-02-19 EUV activity shifts to Sematech North
Developers of EUV lithography are looking north, specifically to the University at Albany, State University of New York, for their future.
2007-07-12 Cadence, STARC team to address 65nm DFM issues
Cadence and STARC have partnered to deliver an advanced design flow to address 65nm DFM issues.
2007-04-02 Blue-violet laser diodes roll for next-gen DVD
A team of UCSB researchers led by Shuji Nakamura has created a low-threshold-current, non-polar blue-violet laser diode that it says could replace the c-plane violet laser diodes used by Blu-ray and HD DVD.
2015-06-18 14 award-winning sensor technologies
The 2015 Sensors Expo has announced the winners of the annual "Best of Sensors Expo awards." A total of 14 awards were given in two categories: Application and Innovation.
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