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2014-10-27 Wearables in enterprises: Good, bad, inevitable
Innovations are expected to happen first in the enterprise, with the first wave of employees to use them include technicians, doctors, police and construction workers. However, chief information officers should brace themselves for security and integration challenges.
2014-10-15 Wearables chip market to hit $9B in 2019
The Information Network predicted that high-end connectivity devices for WiFi, Bluetooth and NFC will lead the growth to make up more than 50 per cent of the market.
2012-10-08 Wearable device market sees high growth
By 2016, IHS predicted that the number of available wearable devices will grow to somewhere between 39 million and potentially 171 million.
2015-03-06 Trouble brewing for Samsung, smartphones
The new Samsung phones don't have enough panache to shift momentum away from iPhone 6. Worse, Samsung's 14nm yields are low, making the process unprofitable for many months to come.
2015-02-13 Take a peek at Fujitsu's forum
Fujitsu hosted an event to remind people that it, too, is a tech giant. In Japan, the company employs most of its 160,000 people and makes most of its $46 billion in annual revenues.
2014-09-17 Pico-projectors: Lemoptix enters the picture
Lemoptix has designed what it calls the world's smallest optical engine that works to despeckle displays, removing overly sharp pixels surrounded by obvious circles of black.
2015-12-22 Novel power source targets wearable electronics
Case Western Reserve University researchers developed flexible wire-shaped microsupercapacitors that can be woven into a jacket, shirt or dress.
2013-11-11 MEMS, gesture recognition to transform mobile experience
Accelerometers, gyroscopes, NFC and gesture recognition are projected to make the greatest penetration gains in mobile devices over the coming years, stated ABI Research.
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.
2014-09-23 Less phones, more IoT on Qualcomm's horizon
Developers are preparing for the coming wave of inescapable computing with tools that will make it easy to add capabilities such as communication, computer vision and wireless charging to common household items.
2015-11-17 ISSCC to see advancements in vision processors, 3D chips
Samsung is set to unveil its 10nm process technology and enhancements in its SRAM, DRAM and flash technologies while Mediatek will showcase a 10-core CPU, featuring three ARMv8a CPU clusters.
2014-11-14 Ingenic unveils MIPS-based wearable, IoT solution
The Newton2 allows wearable device manufacturers to design and promote to market a differentiated product in a shorter period of time.
2015-10-26 Impact of wearables, IoT on electronic design
Today's IoT and wearable products must deliver ever-increasing capabilities in smaller packages with more aerodynamic shapes. Engineers will need all the help they can get.
2016-02-18 Imagination talks product differentiation at China roadshow
The Imagination Summit 2015 featured speakers from Imagination Technologies, Mentor Graphics, Rightware, CSIA, Synopsys, Dolby, SMIC and Ingenic stressing new opportunities and the need for product differentiation to beat price competition.
2014-07-17 Imagination develops small, Android-compatible graphics core
Imagination's GPU performs at up to 1GFlops and up to 250MPx/s of peak performance at 250MHz. Additionally, the chip can handle up to 720-progressive video resolution.
2015-03-10 Human eye-like camera optimises lighting for visual comfort
EPFL researchers and the CSEM are developing a "digital eye," which is a human eye-like camera that can optimise lighting condition according to users' visual comfort.
2014-01-08 HK firm offers resonance wireless charger for Qi phones
ConvenientPower, a company based in Hong Kong, boasts the world's first magnetic resonance technology to wirelessly charge Qi mobile phones at distances of up to 18mm.
2013-04-11 Health consciousness fuels quadruple growth for MEMS sensors
Growth of the wearable electronics and fitness monitoring market will provide good revenue opportunities for MEMS motion sensor manufacturers.
2015-02-09 Google Glass demise: Lessons for wearables designers
For a wearable device to be successful, the user should not be aware that he/she is wearing it, according to a human-computer interaction (HCI) expert, Mark DiPerri.
2014-12-11 Fast-track innovation with Design 2.0
Designers and engineers looking for a 'nitro' to speed up their practice or profession are finding hackathons and crowdfunding events as sources of inspiration.
2015-02-24 Exploring near-eye display design
Know some of the key challenges for designing a compelling see-through near eye display solution that seamlessly blends the digital world with the physical world.
2014-09-30 Creating winning designs for wearables
Know the features and functions that drive a wearable product's energy budget and computational requirements, including the selection of MCUs that meet the product's design requirements.
2012-03-29 User interface going toward embedded vision?
Embedded vision is in fact a "classic long-tail story," said Jeff Bier of the Embedded Vision Alliance. "There are thousands of applications; and its market is extremely diverse," he added.
2015-03-09 Top 6 trends at Mobile World Congress
Imagination Technologies recognised six trends at the recent Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain, which tend to drive industry momentum and related.
2015-01-08 Samsung CEO: Collaboration is key to IoT progress
Boo-Keun Yoon, Samsung CEO, described the challenge of IoT as the lack of an "open ecosystem" and stressed the need for "cross-industry collaboration," while bluntly reminding of Samsung's dominance in the consumer electronics market.
2014-11-05 Rethinking memory design for IoT and wearables
The space, power and application requirements of wearables and other mobile connected devices that collectively make up the growing IoT ecosystem require a fresh approach to system design.
2016-03-16 Not a fluke: Google's AI wins final Go challenge
AlphaGo, emerged victorious on Tuesday with four wins and one loss against South Korean grandmaster Lee Se-dol. Lee missed out on the $1 million prize after only managing to snag a single win in the best-of-five series.
2014-11-25 Japan seeks to gain tech supremacy with IoT
At the Embedded Technology 2014 last week, Japanese exhibitors, whole-heartedly embracing IoT and its technology building blocks, were busy showing solutions bridging the old and new.
2014-08-05 Is there a bright optoelectronic future for PCM?
Here's a look at a venture modestly described as an optoelectronic framework. It has the potential to spawn whole new families of optoelectronic phase-change-based switching displays and modulators.
2014-04-11 Ingenic banks on MIPS-based wearables
Ingenic ventures its entire fortune on manufacturing its own MIPS-based SoCs, with a 1GHz CPU in the 65nm process for the IoT, and another low-power, voice-recognition enabled SoC for smartwatches.
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