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2014-12-04 MEMS mics find niche in new applications
MEMS microphones are growing like gangbusters, because engineers have found a whole bunch of applications that can use them as a substitute for more specialised sensors starting in 2015.
2010-04-28 MEMS mics deliver high-fidelity audio playback
ADI offers MEMS mics that enable advanced audio functions including high-fidelity A/V playback and voice recognition with built-in wind noise suppression.
2014-06-18 MEMS mic enables contact-free gesture recognition
The device receives ultrasonic sound waves up to 80kHz, above the audible range of humans, and employs these waves to triangulate an object's location and movement similar to a radar.
2008-06-30 MEMS market hits $6B, 14% CAGR
A new report from Research and Markets found that worldwide MEMS market topped $6 billion, and is growing at a CAGR of 14 percent.
2004-08-19 MEMS making their mark in consumer electronics
The revenues for MEMS in consumer electronics are forecasted to grow at 13.2 percent CAGR in 2003 to 2008, reports In-Stat/MDR.
2015-05-04 MEMS looks for its Moore's Law
MEMS provide an alternative route to scaling technology beyond Moore's Law that could have advantages in markets such as the Internet of Things.
2015-06-05 MEMS innovation to spur IoT growth
The ramp of new MEMS designs to volume production may take too long and cost too much to meet IoT market expectations, unless the industry figures out ways to accelerate MEMS development.
2014-10-30 MegaChips to acquire MEMS timing leader SiTime
The two companies announced on Tuesday, October 28, a definitive agreement under which Osaka-based MegaChips will acquire SiTime, a leader in the MEMS timing market for $200 million in cash.
2015-03-03 MediaTek outs royalty-free cross-device sharing tech
The license-free cross-device sharing technology claims to ease sharing of multimedia content among multiple devices, which MediaTek announced alongside its latest strategic investment arm for startups.
2015-04-06 MediaTek aims at cross-device sharing
In a demonstration in its headquarters, MediaTek shows off CrossMount, a wireless technology to unify Internet of Things devices, and says it will be offering it to third-party software developers.
2008-02-07 Media player chip brings HD sound to music phones
austriamicrosystems has released the first member of a new family of media player ICs based on IP aimed at bridging the gap between the audio experience of music phones and Hi-Fi home audio devices.
2014-01-14 Mass production of curved smartphones still has ways to go
Technical challenges related to the manufacturing of flexible AMOLED displays mean it will take several years before curved phones and panels are manufactured in high volumes, according to IHS.
2014-03-12 Marvell to uncloak IoT prototyping device
The Kinoma Create's hardware consists of a power-efficient CPU; WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity; a capacitive touchscreen; and numerous I/O options for external sensors, LEDs and input devices.
2014-04-08 Marvell exec says hardware to drive next industry revolution
Peter Hoddie said hardware is triggering the next revolution, citing the industrywide movement revolving around Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone, PCduino and other dev't boards, including Kinoma Create.
2014-12-12 M&As that pushed the Internet of Things
Beyond the usual reasons for consolidation, many companies scrambled to make deals specifically to get IoT technologies and products that were missing from their portfolios.
2006-09-21 Low-power stereo DAC delivers high audio quality
Wolfson Microelectronics has unveiled a highly efficient stereo DAC with integrated 1W Class D stereo speaker driver and capless headphone output offering outstanding audio quality.
2010-07-30 Low-power mobile sound system has noise suppression
The LM49155 analog audio subsystem from National Semiconductor has announced features integrated noise reduction for mobile phones and other portable handheld applications.
2009-10-20 Low-power codecs enable improved audio
Wolfson Microelectronics has released a new family of low-power codecs, designed to enhance the audio performance and extend the battery life of portable applications.
2005-09-29 LG Innotek adopts Broadcom Bluetooth for wireless stereo headset
Broadcom announced that its Blutonium Bluetooth technology is now included in a new wireless headset from LG Innotek Co. Ltd.
2015-05-07 Knowles to acquire Audience for $85M
Knowles is announcing its acquisition of audio and noise suppression technology provider Audience Inc. for $44 million in cash and common stock. The deal is expected to be complete by 3Q15.
2007-11-28 Kit eases evaluation of Nios II processor
Altera has unveiled its new Nios II evaluation kit that provides a fast and simple 'hands on' way for embedded designers to assess the Nios II processor, SOPC Builder system design software and their custom apps.
2011-10-04 Kindle Fire adds spice to tablet wars
Kindle fire brings a welcome competition to the Apple-dominated tablet market, but it may also challenge opportunities for Taiwan system builders trying to make a mark in the new mobile market.
2008-01-08 ITC to start probe on four IC complaints
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has decided to pursue four separate cases filed by IBM Corp., Knowles Electronics LLC, Tessera Inc. and Seoul Semiconductor Co. Ltd.
2013-06-06 iPod Touch 5 teardown shows Apple resting on its laurels
Miroslav Djuric of iFixit notes that apart from the flash memory, the ICs on the 16GB iPod Touch 5's logic board are the same as those found on the 32 and 64GB models.
2012-03-06 iPhone/iPad impetus, a boon for gyroscopes
Gyroscopes netted about $655.4 million last year, up 66 percent from $394.5 million in 2010, according to IHS, benefitting from sales of Apple devices.
2010-09-01 iPhone 4 takes consumer handhelds to 9 degrees of freedom
Chipworks looks under the hood of the iPhone 4 to reveal the first portable consumer device featuring full nine degrees-of-freedom (9-DoF) inertial sensing. It integrates an accelerometer and gyroscope from ST and an electronic compass from AKM.
2007-12-04 Intro to the six basic audio measurements - Part 1
Much audio testing is concerned with a small number of performance benchmarks, which we call the Big Six measurements: Level, Frequency response, THD+N, Phase, crosstalk and SNR.
2005-06-07 Intel, Xilinx sponsors FPGA design tilt
Aiming to bolster the programmable logic technical know-how of engineering students, Intel Corp. through its Intel Innovation in Education program, and Xilinx Inc. have sponsored an FPGA-based design competition for university students in the Philippines
2010-06-11 Intel invests in multimedia touchscreen firm
Multimedia touchscreen devices provider OpenPeak Inc. has secured additional $52 million of financing from existing investors and Intel Capital.
2014-01-10 Intel develops reference design for smart earphones
The smart earbuds are aimed at fitness enthusiasts and is unique for being built into an accessory that many people already wear when they exercise.
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