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2014-10-27 Start 'em young: Engaging future engineers in science, technology
Many initiatives are underway to engage the next generation of engineers and innovators in science and technology.
2011-12-01 SiP touts Bluetooth 3 support up to 24Mbit/s
Wi2Wi's W2CBW0015 includes WiFi-802.11n support up to 150Mbit/s over the air with 40MHz channels.
2011-04-29 Silicon solar cell breaks record with 19% efficiency
Sunrise Global has set a new record for mass produced conventional solar cells with a peak efficiency rate of 19.2 percent.
2012-09-18 Review of wireless connectivity protocols for embedded systems
Learn about design strategies for easily and quickly incorporating wireless connectivity into an embedded design.
2003-09-11 Researchers reflect on maskless lithos
An invitation-only workshop has kicked off last September 8, to explore a form of maskless lithography based on arrays of micromirrors.
2011-03-17 Quake unlinks fab tool supply chain
The March 11 earthquake in Japan has affected semiconductor equipment companies, prompting supply chain worries in the industry.
2013-11-06 Printable OLEDs to make flexible displays, PV cells possible
A team from Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research has developed a way to print organic light-emitting diodes to bring to reality next generation consumer electronics and solar cells.
2007-08-02 Photo printer taps micromechanics
Epson's PictureMate Deluxe Edition printer is a toaster-sized box that prints photographs from almost any input source, easing the path to photo-lab-grade prints so winning pictures don't lie around in cold storage.
2003-01-06 Philips develops EL material that generates red, green light
Researchers at Philips, collaborating with the University of Amsterdam, have developed the first electroluminescent (EL) material that can generate either red or green light.
2013-04-08 Peratech, CPI team up for reel to reel QTC print
Peratech is working on new ink formulations with CPI to enable QTC sensors and switches to be printed using industry standard processes for printed electronics.
2015-10-29 PC industry is not dead, says HP CTO
Shane Wall, HP's chief technologist, described new computing markets in which HP Inc. will play, although it's not clear whether the company has clearly defined platforms for many of them.
2010-04-21 OLEDs want a slice of TV market
In the long term, TV is poised to be a key application for OLED. While it is not likely to be as large a market as mobile phones, the value of OLED panels for TV could reach $1.7 billion by 2016.
2013-11-29 OLED inkjet printer promises dramatic yield boosts
Kateeva claims Yieldjet significantly lowers costs by boosting yields in the high-volume manufacture of flexible and large-sized OLEDs.
2011-12-23 New material sought for PV apps
Imec and Flamac have combined capabilities to develop materials for solar cells as alternative to copper indium gallium and selenium.
2015-01-22 Microsoft breaks into AR with Windows 10
Microsoft earlier today demonstrated Windows 10 operating system’s cross-device compatibility and ease of use in new areas of technology, including augmented reality.
2007-02-16 Less pixels mean better Webcam performance
This article teaches you how to maximize the performance attributes affecting image quality as you consider the limited broadband infrastructure and the typical applications in which consumers operate their Webcams.
2002-06-20 Kodak pushes OLEDs forward via licensing pact, design kit
Continuing to make inroads with technology it pioneered in the 1980s, Eastman Kodak Co. has licensed its passive-matrix OLED technology to Optrex Corp. for use in displays, following the recent release of a design kit for active-matrix OLED display manufacturers.
2015-01-14 Keep your eyes open for these gadgets in 2015
The recently concluded International CES 2015 showed tons of interesting items that provided a preview of the possibilities that people might explore in 2015.
2005-06-06 Japanese dominate OLED equipment market, says report
Although Japan's once-dominant position in the display market has come under attack from Korean and Taiwanese suppliers in recent years, the country is the leader in the OLED manufacturing equipment market, according to an iSuppli Corp. report
2002-07-19 Inorganic EL displays eyed by Sanyo, iFire
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd and iFire Technology Inc. will codevelop technology in inorganic EL displays for TV receiver sets.
2006-07-01 Here comes the sun
Sticker shock at the gas pumps combined with concerns over the diminishing supply of non-renewable energy sources like coal, oil and natural gas have added new urgency to the search for alternatives.
2015-03-30 Hazardous area tablet based on Samsung GALAXY Tab Active
The Android 4.4 tablet series Tab-Ex 01 claims to streamline job tasks and improve safety in potentially hazardous or explosive work areas, affording time-savings and task-reduction to the user.
2011-08-24 Graphene-based hybrid film touts transparency, flexibility
A recently developed graphene-based hybrid film from metal nanowires is seen as a probable replacement for ITO.
2008-10-01 Fujifilm bring 3D center stage with new camera
If you still think 3D video is just a gimmick, think again.
2006-09-18 E-paper display rolls for handset markets
Tapping a new display technology, Motorola's 9mm-thick Motofone uses an electrophoretic displayan ultrathin, low-power display often referred to as electronic paper.
2008-05-27 Display show elevates importance of green technologies
Along with a number of display industry firsts at last week's Society for Information Display SID) conference, manufacturers acknowledged the need to incorporate green technologies and production processes.
2011-10-06 Cu nanowires target PV cells, mobile screens
A recent study shows that copper nanowires can be made into conductive coatings that may replace ITO.
2006-01-31 Cellphone chipset eliminates need for co-processor
Analog Devices announced the availability of the Softfone chipset for cellphones. The product is made up of the AD6900 digital baseband processor and the AD6855 analog baseband processor.
2014-11-25 Carbon nano buds boast better conductivity than ITO
The NanoBud films from Canatu Oy, a Finnish startup, could find applications in car centre consoles and dashboards, home appliance control panels, remote controls, smartwatches and flexible displays.
2004-08-31 Canon purchases Candescent FED patents
Canon Inc. has purchased Candescent Technologies Corp.'s FED (field-emission display) patents and will seek to use the technologies for its future SED (surface-conduction electron-emitter display).
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