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2014-11-11 TSMC envisions the next big thing
The framework for "the next big thing," according to TSMC, is being cast at advanced foundries that offer one-stop shopping for fabless innovators who want to integrate MEMS sensors and actuators alongside CMOS circuitry on the same SoC.
2013-10-16 Too much focus on security will stunt IoT's growth
A new report on M2M security identifies the importance of right-sizing security for M2M solutions so as "not to kill the M2M patient" with an over-enthusiastic interpretation of the risks involved.
2007-10-11 Thermal pillar copper tech helps cool flip-chips
Nextreme claims to have solved the overheating problem with modern flip-chips with its thermal copper pillar bumps, which can either help cool chips, or can be used in reverse to generate energy from waste heat.
2012-01-02 The lowdown on power line communication
Here's a discussion on power line communication and its segments, applications, and challenges.
2007-07-02 The anatomy of the digital home
Parks defines the "digital home" as having two-way connectivity between two or more subsystems thus, it must start with a reliable, robust and secure wired and wireless platform fed by a broadband connection.
2012-09-06 Test reveals Oil immersion as efficient cooling solution
The CarnotJet Vat delivered a cooling power usage effectiveness rating of 1.02 C 1.03 without impacting performance of the seven dual-socket Xeon servers.
2014-09-01 Ten display market predictions to chew on
Display suppliers are keen observers of the key end markets, and Touch Taiwan exhibition has been ripe with opinions and predictions about the outlook for touch-screen PCs, and the market potential of three-in-one devices that hybridise mobile devices, among others.
2013-10-01 Teardown: Galaxy Note 3 still king of phablets
TechInsights deems the Galaxy Note 3 as still the leading phablet in the market based on chips utilised in the device.
2006-08-16 T.J. Rodgers on politics and nano
EE Times caught up with Cypress Semiconductor founder and CEO T.J. Rodgers at the Embedded Systems Conference.
2014-10-13 Start-up designs high-quality PC TV
The G-Pack is a souped-up PC that hides behind a flat screen TV, providing streaming video, PC games, a Blu-ray player and more.
2012-10-30 ST's team of experts work on digital-security SHA-3
Cryptography experts from STMicroelectronics joined American National Institute of Standards and Technology's competition, which aimed to select a successor to the Secure Hash Algorithm SHA-2.
2007-12-20 Sony base station streams media content anytime, anywhere
The $250 Sony LF-V30 is 4G in the LocationFree line and adds Wi-Fi connectivity to Ethernet in its network interface.
2002-10-14 Snubbed at home, chip startups pursue options in Asia
With start-up semiconductor companies being bypassed in the United States, they are training their eyes in Asia.
2014-09-18 Smartwatch doubles as IoT device with Bluetooth
A low-power wireless technology, Bluetooth, and an equally low-power ARM-based MCU are seen to make an ideal combination for enabling a smartwatch to also function as an Internet-of-Things device.
2014-12-15 Smartphone market to reach saturation soon
Mobile phone vendors should expect to see a slowdown in smartphone sales in the next few years. The impending market saturation opens an opportunity for these makers to look for other sources of revenue.
2015-10-12 Singapore tests drone for mail delivery
The battery-operated drone, which is designed for use in dense urban landscapes, can carry a payload of up to half a kilogramme, fly at a height of up to 45m and travel a distance of 2.3km.
2013-04-08 Silicon Labs gets ZigBee IP golden unit certification
The Ember ZigBee solutions meet the ZigBee Alliance specification for end-to-end IPv6-based wireless mesh networking.
2015-02-25 Silicon chips may become smarter than human brain
Can silicon chips outsmart the human brain? Researchers all over the world seek to produce silicon-based chips that can listen and respond to brain signals for health and medical purposes.
2014-04-24 Shift of consumers' device usage threatens smartphones
Kilopass' Charlie Cheng sees a paradigm shift towards the adoption of fewer mobile devices that could lead to the irrelevance of smartphones. Instead of buying multiple devices, users are opting for just one that consolidates all functions.
2016-01-22 Sensor hub market bolstered by iPhone 6S
The overall market for all types of sensor hubs will exceed one billion units in 2015, rising to nearly two billion in 2018, according to IHS, with iPhone 6S paving the way.
2010-10-01 Semiconductor demand softening, inventories rising
Semiconductor market watcher iSuppli reduced its 2010 outlook to 32 percent due to slowdown in global demand for consumer electronics and accumulating semiconductor inventories in the supply chain. The relatively bright areas of the market are DRAM, voltage regulators, LEDs, programmable logic devices (PLDs) and data converters.
2014-11-17 Samsung reveals new development projects
Digital health was one of four growth areas in which Samsung rolled out new software developer kits, seeking to build ecosystems around its smartphones and tablets.
2008-10-13 S2C exhibits logic accessory modules at SoCIP 2008
S2C will showcase 11 new accessory modules for its TAI logic module products, rapid SoC prototyping systems based on Xilinx FPGA, at the SoCIP 2008 Seminar & Exhibition in Beijing and Shanghai.
2014-06-23 Robots actuate industrial automation
Technology and artificial intelligence have entrenched on the industrial territory, where automation is no longer an option but a need, recording 179,000 robots sold worldwide in 2013.
2010-11-23 RFID market seen at $4.6B by the end of 2010
ABI Research expects the RFID market to amount to almost $5.3 billion by the end of 2011, with systems software revenue outpacing services, transponders and readers.
2013-09-04 Researchers harness solar energy for sensor nodes
A team of researchers from Fraunhofer IMS has found a way to power sensors based on Sol Chip IP targeted at agricultural applications.
2011-04-28 Researchers enhance green LED light output
Researchers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have developed a new method that they claim will aid in manufacturing green-colored LEDs with greatly enhanced light output.
2013-07-03 Researchers embed RFID in fibre composites
Fraunhofer Institute researchers found a way to embed antennas capable of transmitting radio waves in fibre composites, turning components into intelligent objects.
2011-05-17 Researchers develop stretchable sensors
Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute for Silicate Research ISC have developed sensors that capable of expanding to twice their original length in extreme cases. These sensors are believed to improve automobile safety.
2011-10-07 Researchers develop foldable energy storage
A recently invented energy storage membrane from NUSNNI outperforms rechargeable batteries and supercapacitors.
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