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2012-02-07 UK invests $120M on graphene
The U.K. is investing round $120 million to establish a national institute for graphene. The institute will focus on graphene research and commercialization activities.
2012-04-02 UI as the next battlefield in CE (Part 1)
The first instalment explains how to build an emotional tie between your product and your consumer.
2007-09-19 U.S. patent system overhaul stirs uncertainty
The patent reform bill passed by the U.S. Congress last week was met by varied and complex dissenting opinions, hinting at the uncertain future of the U.S. patent system.
2008-04-18 U.S. patent applications up, quality down
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office reported the declining quality of U.S. patent applications it has seen since 2000 as more applicants attempt to game the system.
2011-05-20 U.K's superfast broadband deployment faces challenges
Britain is facing setbacks in providing superfast broadband because of the sluggish take up of services and low access service exchanges that is way behind what was projected.
2015-02-10 Tuning DDR4 signal paths with modern design tools
Adjusting the lengths of signal tracks so that the delays are matched and satisfy the DDR4 specification would be an almost impossible task without modern design tools.
2008-04-29 TSMC throws hat in 32nm high-k ring
TSMC has outlined details of its 32nm road map, giving an impression it may be playing catch-up with its foundry rivals, particularly in the emerging arena of high-k materials and metal gates.
2003-04-30 TSMC takes wraps off 65nm plans
In the face of stiff competition and a few lost customers, Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Co. Ltd has become more aggressive in making its case as a technology leader.
2010-04-15 TSMC skips 22nm, leaps to 20nm half-node
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. Ltd announced plans to skip the 22nm "full node" after the 28nm node and move directly to the 20nm "half node."
2005-04-29 TSMC sees low-power process as new technology driver
Changing its strategy in midstream, Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Co. Ltd (TSMC) this week made a major but overlooked announcement.
2009-06-19 TSMC claims first 28nm SRAM cell
TSMC claims it has developed the first functional 64Mbit SRAM cell, based on its 28nm technology.
2005-11-11 TSMC boosts capex, sets up VC fund
TSMC said that it has approved a measure to spend $706.5 million to expand its 200- and 300mm fab capacity. The company has also set up a new $75 million venture capital fund
2015-12-17 TSMC begins work at 5nm, plans for EUV remain unclear
The foundry's initial development work at 5nm may be yet another indication that extreme ultraviolet lithography has been set back as an eventual replacement for immersion lithography.
2014-10-30 True Move earmarks $125M for 4G expansion in Thailand
The budget will cover the cost of setting up 7,000 additional 4G base stations on the 2,100MHz spectrum. Once completed, the expansion will raise the total number of stations to 9,000putting the country's third-largest mobile operator ahead of its bigger rivals.
2004-12-01 Trouble spinning in analog ICs
Inability of analog chip designers to characterize the behavior of complex circuits prior to tapeout is a major obstacle.
2007-07-12 TPS2000 series troubleshooting tips
These tips are designed to simplify and speed these troubleshooting tasks for TPS2000 series.
2014-04-02 Toyota miscalculates in safety-critical considerations
Testing safety-critical systems have been overlooked by carmakers and regulators alike, as what software expert Michael Barr pointed out in a court testimony about cars' electronic control systems.
2009-03-18 Toward a greener IT landscape in Asia
Environmental protection is somewhat more complex than the old "3Rs" rule of "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle," and IT firms and Asian governments have major roles to play to provide a greener Asia.
2007-07-27 Toshiba, NEC, Fujitsu mull next-gen chip alliance
Japanese semiconductor makers Toshiba, NEC Electronics and Fujitsu are looking to jointly develop ultra-fine ICs, the Associated Press reported.
2010-08-20 Toshiba quadruples HDD capacity
Toshiba Corp. reports that it has flown a recording head over a track on an HDD that packs 2.5Terabits of data per square inch, using bit patterned media.
2011-07-11 Toshiba plans R&D, manufacturing units for HDD expansion
Toshiba plans a new R&D center and HDD manufacturing facility in Japan to better compete with Seagate and Western Digital.
2002-08-12 Toshiba offers 130nm process as foundry service
Toshiba Corp. will offer its 130nm copper process line to third-party customers on a foundry basis.
2008-05-13 Toshiba loses luster
Toshiba's digital products, including disk drives, cellphones and TVs, are low margin or in the red. Even its nuclear power business is failing to fuel anticipated growth.
2012-01-03 Top smartphone trends of 2011
As we begin the new year, it is worth recording some of the more significant episodes that left their mark on the mobile market in 2011.
2010-11-12 Top semiconductor suppliers show strong growth
IC Insights preliminary ranking reveals that No. 2 ranked Samsung is expected to gain ground on Intel Corp.
2008-01-07 Top 10 stories to keep track this year
ChannelWeb assembled a panel of industry experts comprising vendors, analysts and solution providers to discuss what they think will be the most important chip stories to watch in 2008.
2009-07-09 Top 10 industry issues
Here are the top 10 looming issues that the semiconductor capital equipment industry is facing.
2014-11-04 Times Ten: TSMC takes FinFET lead, October spooky projections
Every month, our editors look at the hottest news items, and we let you know if you have to catch up on them. From fast-charging batteries to mergers and acquisitions in the semiconductor industry, here's what you might have missed in October.
2015-08-07 TIA surveys operators on 5G future
5G cellular is expected to have an impact on everything in its attempt to extend 4G-LTE and support new use cases, and this new generation of wireless technology is expected to roll out in 2020.
2011-11-08 TI exec discusses Omap future
TI sees the future of mobile applications processors as capable of handling neuro, fuzzy-based and even humanistic intelligence.
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