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2014-01-13 Self-driving cars are still unrealistic, says CES panel
Noting how the fast-paced CE industry and the slower automotive cycle are being tied in a "bad marriage," car executives agree that autonomous car may not cross the reality barrier anytime soon.
2014-02-28 Ford launches self-driving test vehicle
Ford has teamed up with universities and institutions in developing sensors and driver assistance systems for its automated driving platform.
2008-01-11 Coming soon: Self-driving robotic cars
In his keynote speech at the CES, General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner said people will soon be able to read and create e-mail messages, eat breakfast, apply makeup and read newspapers while safely "driving" to work.
2013-10-08 Are consumers ready for self-driving cars?
Junko Yoshida deals with questions regarding the idea of self-driving cars and asks whether consumers are willing to buy cars that they will not be able to drive.
2015-10-13 Singapore trials autonomous public transport systems
Singapore marked a key milestone towards its vision of autonomous public transport as it flagged off trials in One-North, signing MoUs to support tests with monitoring and safety infrastructure.
2010-10-13 Google takes autonomous cars on road test
Google says it has been testing self-driving cars with the aim of making roads safer
2015-08-11 Google becomes subsidiary of Alphabet
Google has turned into a subsidiary of a new parent company called Alphabet, which will become a collection of other stand-alone entities such as Google X, Calico and Fiber.
2015-06-19 Uncovering the economic and social impact of Moore's Law
Gordon Moore's prediction for the pace of semiconductor technology advances has set the stage for global technology innovation for 50 years, and has changed the world as we know it.
2015-02-24 Top Google projects in 2015
Many of Google's experiments may seem kooky, but they're really designed to benefit the company's core ad business by bringing more Internet users online, many of whom will use Google Search.
2005-09-21 TI Fellow predicts 'third-wave' of DSP innovation
A new wave of DSP-based innovation is just around the corner, according to Gene Frantz, a principal Fellow at Texas Instruments Inc.
2015-11-25 The curious case of the maturing MEMS market
The fact that the MEMS market has not yet entered the mature phase by now, where its products become commoditised, indicates that something is preventing it from ripening.
2015-12-14 Samsung dips into autonomous driving pool
The Korean company will create a new division to develop new business with a focus on autonomous driving technologies, in-vehicle entertainment and satellite navigation.
2013-10-01 Radar, vision sensing to enhance automotive safety
In hopes of receiving high safety ratings from Euro NCAP, Carmakers are making a push to standardise radar and vision sensor features for all vehicles.
2015-05-22 Proposed 5G standards focus on landline networks
The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) is forming a working group on leveraging existing landline networks to be backbone of 5G.
2013-01-22 NXP sees rich prospects for automotive future
NXP has begun prioritizing the automotive industry, striving to enable all electronic communication to, from and within the vehicle in a reliable, secure and efficient manner.
2013-09-30 NXP opens HQ in Singapore to leverage R&D potential
The firm strengthened its presence in Asia by centralising its products, operations and ASEAN sales and marketing headquarters in Singapore.
2007-07-10 Mechatronics paves way for driverless cars
Once dismissed as a fad, mechatronics has fulfilled its promise of smart autonomous electromechanical systems, used both in NASA's Rover and in the modern car.
2015-12-07 Light polarisation promises significant boost in 3D cameras
MIT researchers have shown that by exploiting the polarisation of light, they can increase the resolution of conventional 3D imaging devices as much as 1,000 times.
2015-08-18 Industry bets high on 5G
A report from Juniper Research predicts a healthy adoption for 5G, with service revenues to top $65 billion by 2025, compared to just $100 million during its first year of commercial services in 2020.
2016-05-17 Didi gives Apple a lift: $1B buys ticket for ride-sharing
Industry observers suspect that the deal with Didi proves to be critical to Apple, since the iPhone maker is seeking to curry favour with the Chinese government to grow its business in China.
2015-03-10 Did Apple Watch, MacBook fail to deliver on promises?
Apple launched its highly anticipated smart watch and MacBook at the recent Spring Forward. While both devices touted admirable engineering, they seemingly failed to show anything revolutionary.
2013-09-27 Device aims to cut the size of short-distance comms systems
The subharmonic passive mixer can convert a millimeter wave from one wavelength to another and operates at a frequency of 273GHz or 273 billion oscillations per second.
2015-06-01 CES Asia: Riding China's consumer electronics wave
The latest CES Asia saw a plethora of products from a number of startups, as well as from long-standing companies, evidently showing a close proximity between product design and manufacturing.
2014-12-01 Best tech devices at Electronica 2014
The Internet of Things may have been a constant refrain, bringing together sensors, wireless, and microcontrollers, but so was automotive with exactly the same combination.
2015-04-28 Asian giants get ready for 5G
5G services must be hyper energy efficient, have hyper accurate positioning, as well as extreme cost effectiveness and reliability. To achieve this, industry must develop multi-radio access technology.
2013-08-28 Analysing market forecasts for autonomous vehicles
With autonomous vehicles seen as an emerging market, Junko Yoshida gives her take on the future of self-driven cars as well as some barriers to its adoption.
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