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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.
2015-08-14 3D stackable non-volatile RRAM enables 20GB arrays
Rice University scientists produced an innovative RRAM that boasts competitive designs in both speed and bits-per-crossbar, and promises to deliver ultra-low leakage (sneak) currents
2013-08-13 MEMS sensors aim for the human body
Tel Aviv University researchers created a novel micro-printing process that works a highly flexible and non-toxic organic polymer that can be safely used in the human body and expend less energy.
2007-11-22 Biological memory chip hints at cyborg machines
Researchers at Tel Aviv University in Israel are developing a hybrid biological-solid state memory that could be linked to conventional computer hardware to create cyborg machines.
2014-09-26 Vision in wearables: Broader applications, functions
Vision processing can now take place right on your wrist or your face at price points that enable adoption by the masses. This article tackles a key factor in this burgeoning technology success story.
2005-09-16 Ultrasensitive quantum lasers sniff toxins
A Georgia Tech researcher develops an ultrasensitive spectrometer using quantum cascade lasers, waveguides and detectors.
2009-10-19 SanDisk rolls 64Gbit 4X flash memory
SanDisk Corp. has begun production shipments of memory cards based on the company's X4 flash memory technology.
2008-04-28 Reduce power consumption in UWB chips
One especially sweet spot for UWB and Wireless USB is in mobile, battery-operated devices requiring high bandwidth and low power consumption.
2010-10-01 New lightweight organic nanomaterial as strong as steel
Israeli researchers produce new durable nanomaterial from organics
2007-11-29 Nanotechnology R&D flourishes in Israel
Nanotechnology R&D is growing rapidly in Israel, with 81 nanotechnology companies and 326 academic researchers in the country.
2013-06-14 Multicore boosts microwave transmission range
Learn how multi-core radio technology is used to boost capacity range of microwave transmissions.
2013-05-02 Grasp the significance of gesture interface
When combined with other advanced user interface technologies, gestures can create a richer user experience that strives to understand the human language, thereby fueling the next wave of electronic innovation.
2015-07-01 Developing ZigBee driver with SynthOS
Know the unique issues in the development of a ZigBee device driver in particular and drivers for communication devices in general using SynthOS.
2006-10-12 Consortium takes on next phase of DSL tech
A group of industrialists and academics led by Israeli broadband equipment provider ECI Telecom have formed a consortium to spearhead the next phase of DSL technology.
2008-02-26 Brain drain dulls Israel's tech edge, Minister warns
Israel is slowly losing its technological leadership and might 'lose the global battleground' in technology, if it does not reverse the current brain drain and reduction in R&D budgets, forewarned the country's Minister of Industry, Trade and Labor.
2012-11-08 Boost next-gen positioning and navigation systems
Discover the next exciting stage in GPS evolution that solves the problems of non-availability of GPS location information.
2014-05-21 Bell Labs reverts to 'game-changing research' model
Along with its return to basic research, it has "FutureX" projects targeted at solving a practical communications or information technology challenge in sectors including communications and datacentres.
2006-09-28 ADI exec sounds off on global engineering talent
ADI's R&D chief says its engineering recruitment program at universities worldwide typically brings in about half of the company's new engineering hires from North America and half from Europe and Asia.
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