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2014-07-03 Li-ion batteries get a boost from tiny tubes, rods
The battery incorporates single-wall carbon nanotubes that function as a conductive rope-like wrap to address the challenges of heat, weight, and discharging all at once.
2014-09-23 Latest formulation reveals improved liquid battery
The new formula, developed by researchers at MIT, allows the battery to work at a temperature more than 200°C lower than the previous formulation, and will be less expensive to make.
2007-07-18 Lab concocts more potent, brighter OLEDs
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory has made OLEDs brighter and more efficient by doping them with magnetic nanoparticles.
2013-01-29 Kotura taps CMOS foundry for 100G photonics chips
Kotura is in the early stages of the R&D process with its unnamed CMOS foundry partner and will be ready to sample its product by late 2013.
2003-02-21 JC piezoceramic diaphragms measure 9mm to 50mm(?)
The PD series of piezoceramic diaphragms from JC Advanced Ceramics are available in sizes ranging from 9mm to 50mm(?).
2010-01-20 Is the SSD honeymoon over in 2010? Sort of...
Reliability and performance limitations of NAND flash-based SSDs in demanding enterprise applications will be addressed in 2010, according to Numonyx CTO Ed Doller, by phase change memory.
2016-04-21 Inverse spin Hall effect converts microwaves into energy
University of Utah scientists investigated and developed a method on how to generate energy using microwaves by demonstrating an effect called the inverse spin Hall effect.
2014-07-15 Internet of Things: How important is it?
Although Internet of Things seems to be a big deal, are everyday use-cases for the connected home the best that the technology can deliver?
2009-03-03 Intel vs. Qualcomm
For a long time, Intel counted Advanced Micro Devices as its chief rival. These days, it's looking more like Intel and Qualcomm will be going mano-a-mano.
2004-06-22 Intel rolls new Pentium 4, PCI Express chipsets for desktops
Intel is rolling out its first desktop chipsets to use the PCI Express bus.
2014-11-19 Integrated production control system promises to reduce cost
The CENTUM VP R6.01 from Yokogawa is geared to meet the most stringent industry requirements for safe and reliable plant operations and environmental protection.
2004-01-20 Innovation to drive chip performance curve
When a guy like Bernard S. Meyerson, CTO of IBM Microelectronics, tells a roomful of Taiwanese designers and process engineers that traditional CMOS scaling is dead, they take it in stride.
2014-09-10 Inertial-sensor chipset reduces power consumption
The LSM6DS3 chipset will improve the development of battery-powered smart sensor systems to be embedded in mobile and wearable devices and innovative objects for the IoT.
2014-07-22 IEEE group to decide on 25G Ethernet standard
The 25G Ethernet Consortium formed in June already has a spec available to its members. Brocade and Dell recently joined founders Arista, Broadcom, Google, Mellanox, and Microsoft.
2014-05-21 IBM, FujiFilm max out tape storage at 85.9Gbit/in2
The milestone was achieved with a FujiFilm double-coated tape, through the development of the following critical technologies: write field head, servo control, and signal-processing algorithms.
2007-04-25 IBM researchers tout highest resolution MRI
IBM Corp. announced that it will demonstrate the world's first nanoscale MRI capable of imaging structures as small as 103 atoms.
2003-06-27 IBM announces breakthrough in semiconducting nanoparticles
In a joint effort between scientists from Columbia University and the University of New Orleans, IBM has announced a new three-dimensional designer material assembled from two different types of particles only billionths of a meter across.
2011-09-13 Hybrid cloud improves enterprise asset management
IBM's enterprise solution claims to deliver better control and management of resources, on-and-off location.
2014-10-07 HP announces split, adds 5,000 layoffs
As part of its cost management, HP increased by 5,000 the number of people it plans to lay off, bringing the total to as much as 57,000. HP, however, said the additional layoffs are not connected to its decision to split into two smaller companies.
2012-03-12 How precise are battery fuel gauges?
Read about the challenges in accurately measuring stored energy capacity.
2005-08-15 How power modules address unique appliance requirements
Thanks to the improved performance and efficiency they provide, the demand for inverterized drives and brushless DC (BLDC) motors continues to grow.
2004-08-09 High power inductors stay cool in high frequency apps
J.W. Miller's new low loss series of high power toroid inductors is the company's first standard product offering to incorporate Magnetic's Kool M? ferrous alloy powder core.
2002-07-01 Hanwei gas sensor measures 9.2(x)-by-8mm
The MQ-303 gas sensor from Henan Hanwei Electronics Co. Ltd measures 9.2(x)-by-8mm and dissipates <10mW of power, making it suitable for use in portable breath analyzer, gas detectors, and ignition locking systems in automobiles.
2014-02-17 Guide to hardware troubleshooting (Part 2)
Read about the application of the troubleshooting steps to some real bugs that engineers have actually encountered.
2002-08-01 Growth seen in Taiwan R&D investments by electronics industry
R&D investment by the Taiwan electronics industry accounted for 88 percent of the country's overall investments in Q1 of 2002.
2015-06-22 Google uncloaks SDN for data centre networks
Showing support for the emerging approach, systems giants from Brocade to ZTE participated in software-defined networks demos for carriers, data centres and enterprises.
2006-07-17 Going green: Zero emission across different industries
Concern for environmental damage caused by industries' pollution has reached fever pitch globally. Proactive waste management systems practiced today are still in the "end-of-the-pipe" phase. They need to move beyond recycling to work at minimizing waste generation.
2009-12-14 GaN inverter cuts conversion loss in motor drives
Panasonic Corp. has developed a Gallium Nitride (GaN)-based monolithic inverter IC featuring six GaN-based transistors that may be driven independently.
2014-09-23 Future memory devices: 10 technologies to keep in mind
While current memory types are smarter and built with higher density, the succeeding memory technologies will integrate new types of materials, as well as smarter algorithms that make storage a hierarchy off-chip in a way that cache memory is hierarchical on-chip.
2015-10-27 Fully-automated PHY test sol'n aimed at mobile storage apps
The M-PHY TX automated solutions from Tektronix promise to provide support for 100 per cent of tests as per M-PHY 3.1 and CTS 3.1 using the TekExpress 4.0 framework.
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