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2011-10-05 NXP forecasts mounting demand for NFC apps
The convenience of a simple tap and the ease of use have paved the way for consumers to accept NFC applications.
2008-03-28 Nvidia leads list of early Vista driver crashes
According to a list of driver crashes in Vista compiled by Microsoft that was unsealed by U.S. District Judge Marsha J. Pechman in late February, Nvidia was responsible for nearly 29 percent of all such crashes.
2004-04-29 Nvidia GPU designed with Synopsys platform
Synopsys has announced that Nvidia's new GeForce 6800 graphics processing unit was designed with Synopsys' Galaxy Design Platform.
2011-06-10 NTAF rolls new network spec
The Network Test Automation Forum has approved the release of the first set of specifications for equipment manufacturers, service providers and other network test labs in the telecoms industry.
2015-02-24 Novel transistor exhibits quantum spin Hall effect
MIT researchers discovered an innovative transistor that harnesses a new effect, called the quantum spin Hall effect, to create a topological field effect transistor (TFET).
2014-12-29 Novel technique opens path to low-cost 3D nanomanufacturing
Laser shock imprinting creates large-area patterns of 3D nanoshapes from metal sheets that will inexpensively mass produce innovations such as "plasmonic metamaterials" for advanced technologies.
2014-09-22 Novel elastomer camouflage inspired by octopuses, squids
The synthetic material developed by MIT researchers is a form of a flexible, stretchable polymer that can change both its colour or fluorescence and its texture at the same time, on demand.
2004-11-30 Nomadic tester makes short work of statistical analysis on Ethernet networks
Agilent's new nomadic performance analyzer lets users readily run pre-defined performance test suites.
2010-10-06 Nobel prize for physics goes to graphene researchers
University of Manchester professors Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov won the 2010 Nobel prize for physics for their breakthrough work on graphene, which opens doors to terahertz transmission via graphene transistors as well as development of graphene-based ICs and highly sensitive sensors.
2003-01-13 Nifty gadgets brighten hope for an upturn
It rained in the desert resort town of Las Vegas as the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) prepared to open its doors.
2006-09-19 NFC shell turns Nokia 3220 into an e-wallet
Designed to replace the outer case of the Nokia 3220 GSM handset, the NFC "shell" provides interesting new applications for a handset that began life as a pretty basic camera phone.
2008-05-07 NFC readies to crack market
Security and software complexity as well as vested interests surrounding NFC have kept the technology from making its way into commercial applicationsuntil now.
2006-10-10 NFC publishes SmartPoster RTD specs
The NFC Forum released its SmartPoster RTD specification for digital content providers that details how to create records for smart poster tags.
2013-05-10 New process enables control of nanochemical sensors
Engineers from UIC discovered a technique for modulating and controlling the sensitivity of graphene chemical sensors by manipulating the chemical properties of the insulating layer.
2012-01-03 New method can yield faster, denser ICs
Researchers at MIT have come up with a technique that allows the production of complex shapes rather than just lines on microchips.
2015-03-17 New material tops silicon, graphene in electron mobility
Scientists recently discovered a new material believed to possess electron mobility that is 200 times greater than that of graphene and more than 1,700 times that of crystalline silicon.
2013-04-30 New Broadcom, Samsung ICs debut via Galaxy S4
Samsung's new eight-core processor, the Exynos Octa 5410, along with Broadcom's wireless and NFC chips make their first appearance in the latest Galaxy S.
2002-09-18 Neutron beam reveals new spin on magnetism
A new type of magnetism that might have applications to quantum computing has been observed in an exotic zincochromite (ZnCrO4) crystal lattice.
2014-10-28 Network utility eases device management, maintenance
ZON is an integrated network solution that simplifies device installation and maintenance across various networking products. It unites wired and wireless facilities, security gateways and firewalls.
2005-10-17 Network technology firm solidifies presence in Asia
Systimax Solutions sets up key centers in Asia to consolidate its operations in the region.
2012-11-26 Network data transfer reaches in excess of 339Gb/s
Nearly doubling last year's record, High-energy physicists from Caltech have set a record transfer rate, hitting four million gigabytes, equivalent to one million full length movies, per day.
2008-07-30 National hails Synopsys as its key EDA partner
Synopsys has announced that the company was chosen by National as its key EDA partner in product development.
2012-04-11 Nanowires found useful in pressure sensors
A*STAR Institute of Microelectronics said it has developed a nanowire-based sensor that is so sensitive it can detect even very low pressure changes.
2003-11-19 Nanowires formed using extrusion technique
A newly discovered natural way to form nanoscale wires from bulk droplets could simultaneously cut their cost and increase yields.
2002-08-08 Nanotubes seen emitting near-IR light
A team of Rice University chemists has discovered that carbon nanotubes emit near-IR light after absorbing light at visible or ultraviolet wavelengths.
2005-11-03 Nanotech conference chair calls for standards, funding
The development of international standards and an increase in funding are essential to the continued development of nanotechnology infrastructure, according to Lloyd Tan, chair of the International Congress of Nanotechnology 2005 conference here.
2013-11-12 Nanostructures allow specific filtering of colours
The team from A*STAR IMRE fabricated arrays of silver nanoscale pillars that can selectively reflect light of any desired colour.
2002-08-21 Nanoscale metal deposition eyed for MRAMs
A new technique for fabricating magnetic tunnel junctions would enable MRAMs to be economically manufactured, according to researchers here at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
2011-09-20 Nanoscale Au layers to allow
A process for creating gold nanoparticle layer that self-assembles to superlattices is being looked into for scaling down ICs to less than 10nm.
2014-07-17 Nano-pixels to bring flexible, high-res displays
Oxford University scientists found that phase change materials could lead to low-energy, flexible displays for applications such as 'smart' glasses, synthetic retinas and foldable screens.
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