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2015-01-22 Inventory snag puts Walmart's supply chain on spotlight
Reports of excess inventory coupled with empty shelves have tainted the retail giant's reputation as a flawless executor of supply chain management.
2005-08-16 Development tools impact MP3 player market
New designs and features are being pushed into retail channels to reach full potential in the digital music business.
2011-09-06 What happened to fuel cells?
Three years ago, fuel cells were believed to be the technology that would stop U.S. dependence on foreign oil.
2011-06-23 Upcoming technologies push power revolution
Several electronic technologies are playing high-profile roles in power revolution, among them 3D transistors, solid-state lighting, energy harvesting, superconducting cable and silicon carbide components.
2013-12-30 ThingMagic brings RFID tech to supply chain
Established by five MIT alumni, the company claimed to have developed next-generation RFID systems that include wireless readers and data-transmitting tags.
2011-07-25 Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
EE Times' Rick Merritt shares photographs from his trip to Taipe and Hsinchu, where he visited ODMs, the companies who design and make the vast majority of the world's notebooks, desktops and servers.
2007-12-06 Sony PSP kicks in slimmer form
In September 2007, Sony released the PSP Slim and Lite, which offers the same functionality as the original, and then some, but in a smaller overall form factor.
2009-06-25 Report: LCD TV revenue to hit $76M in '09
The outlook for TV demand in 2009 improved following strong Q1 results and increased stimulus spending by governments, especially by China, prompting DisplaySearch to release a revised report for Q2 09.
2004-08-09 RedPrairie forms RFID VAR partnership with SAMSys
RedPrairie Corp. has established a Value-Added Reseller (VAR) partnership with SAMSys Technologies Inc., a supplier of RF identification (RFID) hardware solutions.
2015-09-22 Planned obsolescence: Understanding the impact on design
The reality of planned obsolescence may never be quantified, but as long as consumers define success as possessing the most advanced electronics, upgrades will be equated to progress.
2009-05-05 Opinion: What's next for Nokia?
The recently concluded Nokia Developer Summit did not answer many big questions, but it raised a few. The biggest is: What's next for Nokia? And, almost as big, among all of its competitors, who should Nokia be most worried about?
2010-05-20 LED shortage looms as lighting market picks up
LED supply situation is tight due to increasing demand from backlighting for TVs and general lighting markets, according to Lazard Capital Markets analyst Daniel Amir.
2009-03-12 Lean inventories could revive industry
The semiconductor industry will suffer double-digit contraction this year but lean inventories across the supply chain could jump-start a rapid recovery when the economy finally starts to improve.
2006-03-10 GPS vendors to feature more value-added functions in products
At this year's IIC-China, Philips, Samsung, STMicroelectronics, Sharp Electronics and Freescale demonstrated their GPS solutions, featuring more value-added functions than traditional GPS, such as MP3 and MPEG4 players.
2006-08-23 EPCGlobal gaining ground as China's RFID standard
The chances of success for China's national RFID standard are diminishing as the government stays flat-footed in the face of an aggressive campaign by EPCGlobal to see its standard adopted by local manufacturers, according to a recent report from ABI Research.
2006-10-10 EPC Global launches consumer electronics committee
A two-day meeting of EPC Global's Consumer Electronics Discussion Group on RF tag applications for consumer electronics got underway in Japan last week, following an evaluation by EPC's board of a Hitachi RFID tag.
2002-03-20 Cirrus' digital entertainment bet may pay off
It may be too soon to tell whether venerable Cirrus Logic Inc. can ride the digital consumer wave to another crest of prosperity. But early reviews of CEO David French's bold move appear for the most part to favor Cirrus' chances.
2011-01-05 China connection boosts MIPS' mobile penetration
The connection represented by MIPS-Ingenic-Velocity Micro illustrates an emerging paradigm in the consumer electronics market: A China-developed processor is driving a host of new consumer devices, while a big ODM community based in greater China (i.e. Foxconn) designs and manufactures them, which are, then, promoted by U.S.-based marketing companies like Velocity Micro, who cultivate channel connections with top retailers.
2013-11-08 Building your own prototyping lab
Know the important pieces of equipment beginners should acquire first.
2009-01-06 2009 IC fearless forecasts
2009 is just beginning to unfold in the electronics industry and there is already a looming uncertainty based on recent industry data.
2012-08-02 $125 MIPS-based Jelly Bean tablet rolls in India
Karbonn Mobile India's tablet features Android 4.1 that claims to be the lowest cost tablet on the market featuring the latest OS.
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