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2013-05-23 Printed, flexible electronics market to shoot up 15%
The total market value of printed, flexible and organic electronics will grow from $16.04 billion this year to $76.79 billion by 2023, according to IDTechEx.
2010-06-11 More handsets to pack MEMS gyroscopes
Already shipping in millions of units per month for image stabilization in digcams, gaming controllers and for 3D mice, the cellphone gyroscope market is predicted become even larger in just a few years.
2013-01-23 MEMS microphone market boom driven by Apple
IHS revealed that shipments of MEMS microphones reached an estimated 2.06 billion units last year, up by a factor of 4.8 from 432.9 million units in 2009.
2011-11-18 Dealing with internal noise in touchscreens
Learn about the impact of charger and display noise on touchscreens, and what can be done about it.
2012-03-23 Configuring mobile device sensors to enhance performance
Learn how to boost the reliability of virtual-sensor information to give developers a uniform platform environment.
2008-01-16 Comms, CE markets show great promise
Taiwan's display, communications and CE industries delivered many surprises. With global TV digitalization approaching, the future looks bright for the entire display industry.
2014-11-07 Biology-based approach can protect IoT systems
The size, exponential growth, distributed nature and economics of the Internet of Things present new, arguably paradigm-shifting challenges in security management.
2008-06-12 AUO touts green technologies
AU Optronics Corp. has unveiled what it claims to be the world's thinnest 13.3-inch TFT LCD, the world's lightest 46-inch TFT LCD with CCFL backlight and the most power-saving 10.2-inch TFT LCD.
2012-11-06 Analysis: Japanese CE powerhouses losing steam
Japan-based Sony, Panasonic and Sharp have had to deal with a series of losses as market volatility ensues and are desperate to keep themselves above water.
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