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2011-04-15 New API standard in the works for advanced input devices
The new standard will support a general-purpose framework for handling advanced sensors and traditional input devices.
2014-08-01 Movidius unveils next-gen vision processing unit
Myriad 2 is said to be 20 times better than its precursor, boasting 2TFLOPS of 16bit performance from a chip measuring only 6.5mm2.
2014-01-15 Mobile apps processor battle rages on
Evident at the International CES this year was that the ever-increasing flood of features into mobile devices is keeping silicon designers on their toes.
2011-02-11 Mobile apps platform claims 60% power reduction
Texas Instruments' 28nm OMAP 5 offers up to 3x processing performance and five-fold 3D graphics improvement at nearly 60 percent average power reduction compared to the OMAP 4 platform.
2010-08-04 Mobile adoption of MEMS gyroscopes to grow 150 percent
Games and applications will be the first use case to leverage MEMS gyroscopes in mobile handsets, but by 2013, indoor navigation services will be available, according to IMS Research.
2010-04-13 MEMS gyros give smart phones new twist
Miniature gyroscopes are invading next-generation smart phones to provide new twists on user interfaces, mobile gaming and location-based services.
2010-11-11 MEMS device claims complete inertial measurement
When used with a magnetometer, the device provides nine-degree-of-freedom functionality for smart phones, touchscreen tablets, 3D TV remote controls, gaming consoles, DSCs and video cameras.
2013-09-27 MEMS chips making waves across electronics sector
In the coming year, MEMS chips are poised to expand their reach into every electronics segment, from automotive to environmental to medical.
2014-12-12 M&As that pushed the Internet of Things
Beyond the usual reasons for consolidation, many companies scrambled to make deals specifically to get IoT technologies and products that were missing from their portfolios.
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.
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.
2014-03-10 Is Fairchild eyeing MEMS sensors with Xsens buy?
The rumour about the purchase of body motion sensor firm Xsens is said to launch Fairchild's entrance into the MEMS sensor market.
2010-02-04 Irish groups band to establish WirelessLAB
Irish companies and institutions have joined hands to create WirelessLAB, an all-island network for Ireland's wireless technology community.
2015-06-23 IR camera shipments predicted to log 22% CAGR through 2020
Yole forecasted that annual shipments of thermal cameras are will reach more than 1.5 million units in 2020, compared to more than 450,000 units in 2014.
2014-03-17 IoT systems usher in a future with pervasive connectivity
In less than a decade, it is said the market size for IoT will lead to the standardisation of the connectivity feature. As this happens, implications concerning the interaction between humans and technology must be assessed.
2016-04-08 IoT supply chain benefits from mobility expansion
No longer niche markets, automotive and related "mobility" markets, have rapidly taken centre stage at leading electronics events, and hence, gained in supply chain prominence and importance.
2015-01-09 Intel takes to market its RealSense 3D camera
Intel revealed that its RealSense 3D cameras come with software to allow hands-free operation, a 3D scanning routine and the ability to change backgrounds during video conferencing.
2011-01-31 Intel announces $100M investment in university research
Spending $100 million on university research in the next five years, Intel is pushing a new lab model that allows it to effectively engage more top university thinkers and gain useful outputs.
2011-06-17 Integration, regulation rev up automotive MEMS
This special report outlines emerging trends in automotive MEMS, such as microbolometers and CMOS image sensors, and the integration of multiple sensors, supporting processors and communication functions.
2014-11-14 Ingenic unveils MIPS-based wearable, IoT solution
The Newton2 allows wearable device manufacturers to design and promote to market a differentiated product in a shorter period of time.
2015-02-12 India to become second largest start-up ecosystem by 2017
Nasscom revealed that the country saw 800 new technology start-ups setting shop so far this fiscal and is poised to house the second biggest eco-system for them after the U.S. in the next two years.
2016-03-02 Imagination reveals application thrust with products
Speaking to EE Times China at their summit in Shanghai, Imagination Technologies' executives shared their perspective of application trends and how they aim to address those trends with their products.
2014-07-17 Imagination develops small, Android-compatible graphics core
Imagination's GPU performs at up to 1GFlops and up to 250MPx/s of peak performance at 250MHz. Additionally, the chip can handle up to 720-progressive video resolution.
2011-06-07 IHS: Tablets vie for auto infotainment space
New research from IHS iSuppli indicates the potential of media tablets as the next rear-seat entertainment solutions in automobiles.
2014-09-22 IEEE standard reinforces innovation in sensors
IEEE 2700-2014 is intended to provide a common methodology for specifying sensor performance in the ever-expanding sensor technologies in the consumer electronics industry.
2011-04-25 How to optimize power control in 3G terminals
Know how 3G mobile devices can operate to the highest level of performance possible.
2014-02-24 HMD projects images that augment real world
The AR processor in the HMD works just like human vision. Implemented in the 65nm process, it duplicates the ability of human brain to process visual data.
2010-02-17 HD video processor offers face detection
Ceva Inc. will introduce its software-programmable multimedia video processor MM3000 that comes complete with C compilers, power management provision and an RTOS/multithreading scheduler.
2015-03-30 Hazardous area tablet based on Samsung GALAXY Tab Active
The Android 4.4 tablet series Tab-Ex 01 claims to streamline job tasks and improve safety in potentially hazardous or explosive work areas, affording time-savings and task-reduction to the user.
2014-12-05 Has IoT device overstayed its welcome?
The unprecedented rise to fame of IoT devices is backed up by ballooning statistics, but on a real-life scenario, have IoT devices permeated our way of life more than what it necessary?
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