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2014-09-15 Apple smartwatch hype to shake supply chain
OEMs and other suppliers stand to benefit from the clamour brought by the Apple Watch, which could mean a significant drop in per-component prices by the end of next year.
2014-07-15 Analyst: MEMS sensor market to bounce back to all time high
IC Insights said total MEMS semiconductor sales, sensors and actuators are forecast to grow 14 per cent in 2014 to reach a record-high of $8 billion, surpassing the annual peak of $7.1 billion set in 2011.
2007-05-23 Analysis: MEMS making inroads in industrial automation
MEMS-based sensors and actuators are on a slow but steady climb into taking a key role in the industrial automation sector, new analysis from Frost & Sullivan revealed.
2008-01-30 AMCC processors enable Accusys Raid controllers
Storage processors from AMCC have been chosen by Accusys for the latter's newest RAID controller family.
2008-04-18 Accelerometers fit for ultrasmall applications
STMicroelectronics has added two new accelerometers to its ultracompact portfolio of devices in 4mm x 4mm x 1.5mm LGA packages, with full-scale range selectable between 2g, or 6g for those super-small applications where high performance is required.
2010-06-07 8bit MCU packs LCD driver, 12bit ADC
From Microchip Technology Inc. comes the PIC18F K90 8bit microcontroller family claimed to be the first and only low-power, 5V, 8bit MCUs that include on-chip LCD driver module and 12bit ADC.
2013-08-14 802.11ac chipsets for CEs to hit 45 per cent in 2017
Smartphones, networking equipment and laptop PCs are spearheading the adoption of 802.11ac, with strong uptake occurring in the first half of this year.
2015-02-27 5 things to expect at Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress has morphed into a gathering place to discover and debate connected devices and new network technologies tailored for different applications.
2009-10-23 2.5B low-energy Bluetooth ICs to ship in 2014
The Bluetooth Low Energy market will grow at 78 percent CAGR between 2009 and 2014.
2013-03-20 'Nose' sensors for wearable electronics in development
Nanotech developer Peratech has teamed up with the London College of Fashion to develop wearable electronics which will be used to detect when the wearer is ill or tired.
2012-03-19 Wireless charging of medical electronics
Here's a look at the benefits and drawbacks of wireless charging for medical devices.
2011-11-16 WiFi module targets smart, cloud-based devices
Broadcom's WICED features wireless LAN MAC/baseband/radio, an embedded processor and a 'self-hosted' WiFi networking library.
2009-01-09 Who will shoulder medical tech expenses?
Medical advances are within reach, according to the members of a CES panel called "Your Robot Will See You Now," except for one overshadowing issue: who pays and how.
2013-12-11 Wearables to look out for at CES 2014
As the wearable market still remains in its early phase, the market forecast and product definition are also all over the map. Here's a glimpse of the wearable devices to be shown at CES 2014.
2005-06-17 Valere's ultra-compact power systems support wireless networks
Valere Power announced new versions of its Mini DC Power System that expand the system's application range to include in-building and other small wireless networking sites.
2013-12-26 Utilise PSoC for heart rate monitor
Read about a heart rate monitor design using programmable system-on-a-chip.
2006-09-18 Upgraded RapidFET complements TI DSPs in network management
Fabric Embedded Tools Corp. announced RapidFET version 2.1which leverages host capable Serial RapidIO endpoints such as Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) DSPs like TMS320C6455 and TMS320TCI6482.
2003-07-07 U.K. to invest $150M in nanotechnology research
The British government is injecting $150M over the next six years to fund nanotechnology R&D and help commercialize the technology.
2012-01-06 Toumaz forms wireless spinout
According to Toumaz, its board of directors created the spinout in order to strengthen the focus of the company's healthcare and semiconductor divisions.
2012-11-20 Tooth tattoo sensor able to measure bacteria levels in mouth
A team of nanoscientists and bioengineers have developed an oral sensor which can measure the bacteria levels in the mouth, which could one day help dentists fine-tune their treatments for patients.
2007-11-16 Tool rids wireless sensor nets of battery
No wires and no batteries; now there's a combination. It's the promise of a company at this year's ISA Expo with a battery-free solution for ultralow-power wireless sensor and control networks based on the IEEE 802.15.4 standard.
2011-03-18 The revolutionary opportunities of Bluetooth low energy
Bluetooth is rapidly approaching saturation point as the ultimate means of data transfer for portable devices and features in approximately 80 percent of all mobile handsets worldwide.
2014-01-24 The lowdown on batteries: Specs, terminologies
This instalment covers classifications, general specifications, and terminologies.
2004-09-09 Tektronix tools target next-gen video compression
Tektronix's new software-based analyzer gives users the ability to investigate compressed video data that's been encoded using various video standards.
2016-04-28 Tackling IoT and Industry 4.0 sensor backplane needs
Read about the configurable analogue architecture that supports the bimodality requirements of the sensor backplane for both IoT and Industry 4.0 applications.
2002-07-18 Synthesis of nanoparticles coming into focus
Scientists are fast gaining control over the building of tiny particles, accomplishing nanoparticle synthesis in both inorganic and organic chemistries. University of Arkansas researchers here have devised a
2008-03-26 Storage system rolls for cable operators, government security
Atrato is debuting a 'Self-maintaining Array of Independent Disks' for the cable TV operator and government security markets.
2012-05-03 Starter kits for memory-rich, energy-efficient apps
The ARM Cortex-M3 EFM32 Leopard Gecko and Giant Gecko incorporate onboard debug and current probe functionality, and features needed to show the Gecko MCUs' 400nA sleep modes and 1MB built-in flash.
2015-08-19 Start-stop vehicle technology and battery management
A start-stop system is a small step on the road to re-architecting vehicle functions in the quest for better fuel economy. However, it comes with its own set of challenges.
2009-12-08 South Korea pushes 3G for elderly care
The Seoul Family Helper program connects low income and disabled senior citizens to caregivers via 3G.
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