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2008-03-04 TI shifts focus to medical, energy, safety apps
TI intends to go after the medical, energy and safety markets with a laser-sharp focus on low-power processing and advanced analog/mixed-signal building blocks.
2011-07-25 Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
EE Times' Rick Merritt shares photographs from his trip to Taipe and Hsinchu, where he visited ODMs, the companies who design and make the vast majority of the world's notebooks, desktops and servers.
2008-02-07 Startup adds wireless monitor to band-aids
Sometime next year nurses may put active band-aids on hospital patients to wirelessly monitor as many as three vital signs, thanks to Toumaz Technology custom chip.
2010-06-28 Stanford top engineer weighs in on CMOS outlook
EE Times recently sat down with James Plummer, dean of Stanford's school of engineering, for a wide ranging interview on the outlook for CMOS, engineering, education and globalization.
2007-06-19 ST's 32bit flash MCU promises more design freedom
ST has launched a new family of 32bit flash MCUs that draw power from the ARM Cortex-M3's many enhancements to address low power, high performance and low cost products.
2012-07-06 Sonix introduces low power 32bit MCU
The SN32F700 series eatures extremely low power consumption.
2009-03-12 SOHO, consumer to propel Wi-Fi equipment orders
Global access point shipments are forecast to exceed 70 million by 2010, of which an overwhelming 90 percent will be generated by the SOHO and consumer markets, according to ABI Research.
2012-11-15 Smart grid leads to vast opportunities, says CEO Panel
During Electronica exhibition, The CEO panel allowed the heads of four major companies to discuss the good times ahead for the semiconductor industry.
2013-09-20 Select the appropriate Zigbee system partitioning
The choice of system partitioning has a considerable impact on the network performance, power consumption and cost of a ZigBee solution.
2005-09-16 Seeing Taiwan at center of new IC world
Nicky Lu envisions a pan-Pacific IC circle replacing the pan-Atlantic circle as more consumers emerge in the Asia region.
2014-06-10 Samsung joins medical, fitness wearables race
Samsung gave a preview of a multi-function bracelet that is meant to accommodate a wide array of fitness and medical sensors. The Simband platform integrates Imec's sensing technologies to measure ECGs, bio-impedance, skin temperature, acceleration, and more.
2006-12-11 Ruggedized mobile device market to hit $9.2B by 2011
Semi-ruggedized notebook category will have a CAGR growth rate of over 16 percent between 2006 and 2011, forecasts ABI Research.
2015-11-11 RFID ushers supply chain transformation
RFID chips play a key role in logistics and in making the manufacturing process "smart" due to their ability to track, connect and read objects directly fits into the technology that comprises the IoT.
2010-12-15 RFID memory reveals equipment history
The LRiS64K RFID-EEPROM chip can store initial manufacturer details and complete records of repairs or upgrades, easing the repair and maintenance of equipment.
2009-02-11 RF chips find big market in medical apps
Radio frequency CMOS is being applied to a growing but fragmented set of medical applications ranging from imaging and DNA testing to networking in and around the body.
2014-01-02 Research: MRAM tech boosts information storage in electronics
NUS Researchers developed an innovative technology that will drastically increase storage space and enhance memory, which will ensure that fresh data stays intact, even in the case of a power failure.
2011-03-03 Renesas MCUs kill external memory for healthcare apps
Renesas' 32-bit V850ES/Jx3-L MCUs are designed for low power, portable applications with high density memory from 768KB flash/80KB RAM to 1MB flash/80KB RAM to support increasing memory demand.
2011-10-06 Reference design geared for home automation
SmartPulse IP gateway reference design enables home automation wireless sensor for remote management.
2014-05-19 Qualcomm, IBM innovate with the IoT
The companies both introduced separate programmes geared towards the Internet of ThingsQualcomm with a portfolio of chips, and IBM Watson with a psycho-linguistic user profile capability.
2010-12-03 Qualcomm CEO holds on to mobile TV dreams
Despite the limited audience so far of Qualcomm's MediaFlo service, Paul Jacobs, CEO, Qualcomm, still believe in mobile TV, and that it's just a question of exactly how it will happen and with which technology.
2008-01-25 OS is key to next-gen POS terminals
As POS terminals evolve to meet newer business requirements in terms of plug-and-play capability and back-end systems integration, the OS is going to play a critical role in next generation POS terminals.
2010-09-21 NXP CTO reveals HPMS strategy
NXP Semiconductors CTO Ren Penning De Vries discusses how high performance mixed signal technology can shape the future.
2008-04-25 Novellus exec sees the silver lining
Undaunted by reported downturns in the chip industry, Andrew Goh, president of Novellus' operations in Southeast Asia, remains optimistic about the growth prospects of the semiconductor industry.
2008-12-03 Nitto Denko blazes trail for organic electronics R&D
Nitto Denko Corp. opened on Dec. 1 the Nitto Denko Asia Technical Centre (NAT), the company's second center in Singapore, to spearhead and manage its R&D operations. The new center will focus strongly on integrated organic electronic device development.
2009-08-26 New process rolls ultrathin inorganic LEDs
The LEDs can be assembled into large arrays, offering a new approach to lighting and display systems.
2012-07-09 New Bluetooth module from Sena Technologies
Sena Technologies introduces a cost-effective Bluetooth Class 2 Module with Bluetooth 2.0+EDR.
2009-03-25 Mounting layoffs fire up offshoring debate
The offshoring debate heats up with labor groups slamming companies for shipping jobs overseas at a time of spiraling U.S. high-tech unemployment.
2009-11-09 MEMS gyros fit for gesture-controlled gaming apps
ST's newest MEMS gyroscopes measure 3mm x 5mm x 1mm, addressing the size constraints of consumer apps.
2009-11-17 MEMS gyro packs 360 detection
The sensor provides 360 angular-rate detection for high-precision 3D gesture and motion recognition.
2010-05-10 Medical implants embrace accelerometers
Medtronic has started clinical trials in the United States for an implant that uses an accelerometer to fine tune how it delivers electrical stimulation to nerves in the spinal to reduce chronic pain.
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