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2009-01-06 Will 2009 welcome a cheaper iPhone
A lower-cost version of Apple Inc.'s popular iPhone, unofficially dubbed the "iPhone Nano" by some, could be hitting stores by Q2 09, according to a Wall Street analyst
2007-07-11 JP Morgan: Cheaper, Nano-based iPhone under wraps
A JP Morgan analyst revealed that Apple Inc. plans to release a cheaper version of the iPhone in the Q4 that could be based on the iPod Nano music player.
2013-06-17 Silicon-based nanoparticles to produce greener, cheaper LEDs
The technology developed by a team from University of Washington uses silicon, derived from sand, instead of rare-earth elements thus lowering the cost of manufacturing LEDs.
2007-07-09 Blog buzz: Is iPhone Nano in Apple's game plan
Apple's patent application on July 5 sparked speculation among bloggers that the computer maker may be planning an iPhone light that would focus only on voice communications and music.
2005-08-19 Dirty silicon' to enable cheaper solar cells
Researchers at the University of California at Berkeley have developed a new technique based on "dirty silicon" that could reduce the cost of solar cells.
2006-08-16 T.J. Rodgers on politics and nano
EE Times caught up with Cypress Semiconductor founder and CEO T.J. Rodgers at the Embedded Systems Conference.
2014-04-28 IBM 3D printer pushes prototyping to nano-scale patterns
The microscopic 3D printer uses a specialised silicon tip 100,000 times smaller than a sharpened pencil point, and can be heated to 1000C. The tip can remove substrate material based on predefined patterns, thus operating like a "nanomilling" machine with ultra high precision.
2014-11-25 Carbon nano buds boast better conductivity than ITO
The NanoBud films from Canatu Oy, a Finnish startup, could find applications in car centre consoles and dashboards, home appliance control panels, remote controls, smartwatches and flexible displays.
2015-06-09 Non-volatile RAM seen as replacement for DRAM, flash
Startup Nantero has raised $31.5 million that will be used to speed up development of its NRAM, sometimes known as Nano-RAM, for use in both enterprise and consumer applications
2010-09-22 Forecast: all leading-edge designs will require e-beam
D2S Inc. CEO Aki Fujimora discusses the role of electron beam lithography in the future of semiconductor manufacturing.
2007-01-19 Gold ends platinum dissolution in fuel cells
Brookhaven National Laboratory said it has found a way to keep the platinum used as a catalyst in fuel cells from dissolving and degrading performance.
2010-06-01 Self-assembling protein to enable faster computing
A protein found in every cell of the human body, could become a self-assembler of future information processing systems that are smaller, faster and cheaper than today's computer circuitry
2015-02-02 Perovskites show notable solar energy-harvesting potential
An international research group focused on the perovskite crystals say the results of their study could lead to developing cheaper, more efficient solar cells and LEDs
2008-12-25 Studies address process variability issues
CMOS device process variability remains one of the most acute problems facing the semiconductor world, particularly at the 45nm node and beyond, according to presenters at the International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM).
2002-03-21 Self-configuring array enables atomic-scale fabrication
A next-generation configurable circuit architecture is being proposed by a group of designers at startup Cell Matrix Corp. The company is building small prototype chips based on the concept.
2007-08-03 Organic solar cells to beat silicon-based alternatives
A new composite material for plastic solar cells formulated by Ohio State University researchers promise to beat today's inorganic silicon-based solar cells.
2014-09-08 Novel micropumps cut cost for lab-on-a-chip disease diagnosis
Researchers at Penn State demonstrated an acoustofluidic pump powered by a piezoelectric transducer that could make the diagnosis of many global life-threatening diseases easy and affordable.
2008-01-03 Nanotech enables large-area solar cell
Head of Bar-Ilan University's Nanotechnology Institute in Israel, Arie Zaban, claims he has created a solar cell 100 times bigger than a typical solar cell, using nanotechnology methods.
2008-07-16 Nanoelectrodes could cut hydrogen fuel cost
QuantumSphere Inc. claims that its nanoparticle-coated electrodes can make hydrogen an economical alternative to natural gas and gasoline.
2005-04-01 Low-power MCUs in line-powered apps
Replacing higher-current MCUs with new low-power ones provide some advantages in most line-powered devices.
2009-03-06 Litho woes: R&D gap, downturn
It was a triple-whammy for lithographers at the SPIE Advanced Lithography conference as the industry continues to be plagued by an R&D gap, technology delays, and, of course, the lousy economy.
2016-01-25 Improvement in light source could speed up EUV progress
Prototype systems in commercial fabs now use an 85W light source, soon to be upgraded to 125W, while ASML recently demoed an 185W capability and promises it will hit 250W before the end of the year.
2015-07-08 CIGS thin film solar cells beat silicon efficiency
A European consortium claims to have an efficient alternative to silicon that achieves 25 per cent efficiency, rivalling silicon for a fraction of the cost of the cheap low-efficiency Chinese varieties.
2011-11-29 Battery that will last 3 decades?
Researchers from Stanford University have developed an electrode material that can take 40,000 charge/discharge cycles while keeping an 80 percent capacity.
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