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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.
2012-10-01 Ultrabooks to boost motion sensor sales
Global sales of motion sensors!including accelerometers, gyroscopes and compasses!used in ultrabooks will expand to $117.3 million by 2016, up from just $8.3 million this year, said IHS.
2016-03-21 TSMC unveils silicon plans
TSMC will enable silicon interposers larger than 1,200mm2!1.5x the reticle size!at 7nm to enable giant 2.5-D stacks of logic and memory for the next gen of Cowos- chip on wafer on substrate.
2015-03-09 Top 6 trends at Mobile World Congress
Imagination Technologies recognised six trends at the recent Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain, which tend to drive industry momentum and related.
2016-05-18 Tiny 4K imaging device to brighten up optoelectronics space
Compound Photonics unveiled what it flaunts as the world's smallest native 4K imaging device, measuring only 14mm diagonally and featuring pixels smaller than 3?m.
2011-04-25 TI's OMAP chief lists top 11 tablet features
Stressing the importance of user experience, EE Times identifies 11 features that tablets sold in 2011-2012 should offer, among them, multiple OS, HD videoconferencing and computational photography.
2011-11-08 TI exec discusses Omap future
TI sees the future of mobile applications processors as capable of handling neuro, fuzzy-based and even humanistic intelligence.
2015-02-13 Take a peek at Fujitsu's forum
Fujitsu hosted an event to remind people that it, too, is a tech giant. In Japan, the company employs most of its 160,000 people and makes most of its $46 billion in annual revenues.
2011-09-15 ST-Ericsson opens tech center, beefs up mobile portfolio
The company's new technical center will provide local support and product demos for its wireless mobile products.
2010-02-11 ST-Ericsson leverages on power-efficient solutions
ST-Ericsson senior VP and head of strategic planning Edgar Auslander sat down with EE Times to outline what the company believes are the main mobile handset trends for 2010.
2012-09-13 ST rolls MCUs, outs dev kit with on-board 9-axis MEMS
The STM32 F3 Discovery Kit, features built-in MEMS sensors!gyroscope and e-compass!with nine degrees of freedom (DOF), enabling competitively priced sensor-fusion applications.
2011-12-12 Sony CTO details next-gen chip requirements
Sony's Masaaki Tsuruta detailed at the International Electron Devices Meeting the requirements needed for next-generation gaming chips.
2011-09-19 Software improves motion-based apps accuracy
ST has launched the iNEMO Engine Sensor Fusion Suite, a predictive software aimed at enhancing accuracy, resolution, stability and response time in motion-based applications.
2014-05-22 Smart Terrain feature enriches digital experience
The feature adds a 3D reconstruction capability that steps up the interactivity level to AR experiences, where characters, for example, can interact with objects in the user's environment.
2015-03-16 Smart glass uses winks for commands
The Korean-made smart glass, K-Glass 2, features a new user interface called the i-Mouse, which can track the user's gaze and connect the device to the Internet through blinking eyes.
2015-04-27 Slowing mobile market looks to smart watches for growth
Over the next five years, both smartphones and tablets will slump to single-digit growth levels but smart watches could rise to annual sales of 300 to 400 million units, analyst Linley Gwennap forecast.
2010-12-06 Single LSI chip to power next-gen automotive displays
Fujitsu's single-chip high-performance automotive display solution offers fast rendering, clearer images
2012-06-04 Singapore opens first-of-its-kind remanufacturing R&D facility
The facility is the first in Asia and will develop technologies for remanufacturing that can be easily adopted by the industry.
2014-10-17 Sensor overload: Wearables boost shipments
The worldwide market for sensors in wearables will expand to 466 million units in 2019!with 4.1 sensor elements in every device, up from 1.4 in 2013!driven by rising demand for fitness and health monitoring features, as well as by improved user interfaces.
2014-05-07 Sensing, computation provide a boon to embedded camera
The embedded camera is continuously evolving, presently acquiring thirst for depth detection and computing. This is expected to increase volume shipments by twofold at over 2.7 billion in 2017, according to ABI Research.
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.
2014-04-11 RGB laser device boasts infinite contrast ratio
EpiCrystal's multi-colour laser light source utilises a gallium arsenide-based infrared semiconductor laser diode which enables bright true colours and infinite contrast ratio.
2015-08-03 QuickLogic sensor hub slashes power use of app processors
The Eos S3 SoC packs a half-dozen hardware accelerators to target wearables, and promises to significantly off-load the app processor of any smartphone using the device.
2010-07-08 Qualcomm plans to rev up struggling lines
Qualcomm Inc. launched a number of new initiatives for many of its lesser-known products including Brew OS, Snapdragon and MediaFlo mobile TV.
2011-01-04 Quad-core chips target high-end CE
Freescale's new processor series offers one-, two- and four-core models so OEMs can deploy several models for one design, with good, better and best product levels.
2014-04-29 Project Ara modular smartphones promote differentiation
Google's open-source modular smartphone concept could drive a shift from selling stand-alone products to simplified swappable modules performing the same functionalities that meet a user's end requirements.
2014-09-17 Pico-projectors: Lemoptix enters the picture
Lemoptix has designed what it calls the world's smallest optical engine that works to despeckle displays, removing overly sharp pixels surrounded by obvious circles of black.
2015-10-29 PC industry is not dead, says HP CTO
Shane Wall, HP's chief technologist, described new computing markets in which HP Inc. will play, although it's not clear whether the company has clearly defined platforms for many of them.
2013-11-12 Nvidia, TI to bring next-gen HUD tech
TI with its DLP technology and Nvidia whose graphic chip is now making deeper inroads into the automotive market, say they're contributing to the evolution of the automotive head-up display.
2011-04-25 New group eyes computer vision for mobile devices
Embedded Vision Alliance will push computer vision to be the killer app for future mobile devices, confident that user interfaces combining gesture, voice and face recognition will become pervasive.
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