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2014-10-13 Below sea level: Start-up wants to bring Internet to ocean's depths
Communication under the sea requires a high level of flexibility over physical layer signalling, sensing as well as granular control over timing. But adopting land-based technologies is not possible because electromagnetic waves are rapidly absorbed in water.
2005-08-08 Automotive telematics: Open-source automotive-grade linux Is the future
The business and technology benefits of embedded Linux offers compelling incentives for designers of next generation telematics equipment.
2014-10-14 Apple, Samsung set fingerprint sensor growth in motion
The two biggest smartphone vendors will drive the value of fingerprint sensor market fourfold to $1.7 billion by 2020, especially since mobile payment is rapidly picking up steam.
2014-06-03 Apple to make home appliances talk to iPhone
The IoT scheme leverages a wireless chip and an MCU, as well as the MFi program, which comprises of third-party hardware accessories running Apple's licensed technology to connect electronically to iPhone, iPad or iPod.
2010-07-06 Analysis: Can Micron hold on to its good fortune?
In just one year, Micron Technology Inc. doubled its quarterly revenue, turned a $300 million net loss into a $940 million net income and appears poised for more giddy growth over the next year.
2014-05-29 A primer on BAW gyroscopes for inertial sensing
Here is a look at bulk acoustic wave gyroscopes and how a company's MEMS manufacturing process can be utilised to produce inertial sensors these days.
2015-06-01 5G algorithm innovation contest for APAC university students
Altera announced the industry's first 5G algorithm innovation competition supported by companies, including Huawei, Intel and Spreadtrum.
2013-11-12 3D IC success hinges on major foundries
3D chip stack technology is real and has users, but not high-volume ones, according to a panel of experts.
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