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2016-03-22 SiTime still standing tall in MEMS timing devices industry
With 90% market share, SiTime has maintained the industry leadership it has held in the last eight years. It has sold more than 400 million devices since 2005.
2009-05-28 Shock, vibration sensors roll for industrial monitoring
Analog Devices Inc. has extended its iSensor intelligent sensor product family with the introduction of two integrated inertial sensors that simplify the task of embedded shock and vibration sensing within harsh industrial environments.
2005-05-13 Sensor touts industry-first g-selectable capability
Freescale claims to have developed the industry's first three-axis, low-gravity (low-g), microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) sensor with a g-select feature.
2011-09-20 Sensor solution geared for Windows 8
ST has collaborated with Microsoft to develop a motion and HID sensor technology that runs on the forthcoming Windows OS.
2014-10-17 Sensor overload: Wearables boost shipments
The worldwide market for sensors in wearables will expand to 466 million units in 2019with 4.1 sensor elements in every device, up from 1.4 in 2013driven by rising demand for fitness and health monitoring features, as well as by improved user interfaces.
2016-02-23 Sensor hubs take centre-stage at MWC
While STMicroelectronics and Bosch have new sensors for mobile,
2014-06-26 Sensor hub implements KitKat sensor.h at 200?A
The SENtral-K platform from PNI embeds the complete range of Android 4.4 sensors on its low-power coprocessor, allowing the support of always-on context-aware applications in mobile devices.
2014-06-18 Sensor fusion paves way for next-gen apps
Know the importance of sensor fusion in connected embedded systems and how the ARC EM4 32bit CPU-based sensor IP sub-system allows design of devices with the right performance/power consumption mix.
2014-05-14 Sensor chipsets mfg costs same across various vendors
ST, Bosch Sensortec and InvenSense are taking very different routes yet spending roughly the same amount to produce nine-axis inertial measurement units, according to System Plus Consulting.
2014-03-10 Sen.se implements cookies in the physical world
A smart device from sense utilises multipurpose sensors that are integrated into "Motion Cookies," which track and send the activity of objects or people to a single Internet-connected hub called Mother.
2014-11-17 Samsung reveals new development projects
Digital health was one of four growth areas in which Samsung rolled out new software developer kits, seeking to build ecosystems around its smartphones and tablets.
2014-06-27 ROHM rolls out innovative wearable key device
The key-shaped device uses sensor synergy and sensor fusion technology, combining sensors from ROHM and Kionix with LAPIS Semiconductor's Bluetooth LE communication IC and sensor hub MCU.
2013-10-09 Roboteq debuts expansion card for Raspberry PI
The RIO, for Raspberry I/O, stacks on top of the Raspberry to create a powerful embedded control and navigation computer in a small footprint of just 65x85x20mm.
2005-03-16 Retasking automotive sensors
Commercial low-g accelerometers have spun off from the automotive realm to come close to achieving shorter design cycles and lower cost.
2011-03-02 Researcher pegs inertial sensor market growth at 20.3%
Intense competition is brewing in the inertial sensor market as CE devices such as cellphones, laptops, media tablets and gaming devices increasingly use accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers.
2009-10-07 Remote motion control gets Zigbee-enabled
The MotionBee platform combines state-of-the-art motion sensing with Zigbee wireless technology.
2010-04-08 Reducing the average power consumption of accelerometers
The use of a simple power cycling circuit provides a dramatic reduction in the average current consumption of the ADXL50 and ADXL05 devices.
2012-07-13 Recent teardown reveals Nexus 7's BOM
Google's new Nexus 7 tablet carries a bill of materials of $151.75
2010-01-07 Ready for Google Nexus One?
The new Google Nexus One phone is made by HTC and is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor running Google's Android OS. T-Mobile is Google's designated wireless carrier.
2012-09-12 Quadcore, LTE expected for iPhone 5, audio processor dropped
Experts believe Apple needs to catch up with the likes of its Android rivals who are already shipping handsets with quad-core ARM Cortex A9 processors and support LTE.
2010-03-12 Pulse-CO oximeter takes blood analysis out of lab
Few disciplines can turn the cold science of metrology into pure art as quickly as medical diagnostics. Here's a teardown of the Masimo's Radical-7 Signal Extraction Pulse-CO Oximeter.
2010-07-05 PSoC 5 dev't platform includes new IDE, design kits
Cypress is offering a new development platform for the PSoC 5 architecture that includes two new design kits and a new version of the PSoC Creator IDE.
2008-06-27 Programmable tool handles image, signal processing
The folks at Agility Design Solutions have announced the availability of their new RC240 programmable development and prototyping platform.
2010-03-03 Processor brings down next-gen e-reader costs
Freescale has released the i.MX508 applications processor designed to deliver the performance, energy efficiency and system cost savings for e-readers.
2016-02-01 Preventing common MEMS failure mechanisms
The first step in ensuring MEMS reliability is to avoid common pitfalls during the design and process development phase to assure a stronger and more reliable part-upon-marketplace introduction.
2008-10-16 Power in USB 2.0 Devices
More devices are doing more things. The best example of devices that have more functions are phones.
2009-10-22 Position determination using accelerometers
This application note details the considerations that must be made for using accelerometers in position determination.
2007-04-10 Portable planetarium peers into space with low-cost sensors, GPS
Named among the "Best of Innovations" at the 2006 Consumer Electronics Show, Celestron's SkyScout stands out in its simplicity and creative use of low-cost components.
2009-05-05 Pitch-and-yaw MEMS gyro readies for Wii
InvenSense Inc. has launched what is claimed to be the first pitch-and-yaw MEMS gyroscope, that is able to sense the two axes used by remote controls and baton-shaped game controllers like the Wii, creating a new category of 3D motion sensor.
2007-11-08 Physical sensors drive MEMS consumerization wave (Part 2)
ST's Benedetto Vigna notes that we are now living in the era of MEMS consumerization where mic, motion and pressure sensors are the main actors and he believes this trend will continue for the next five years.
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