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2013-08-01 Researchers determine cause of LED efficiency droop
Rensselaer researchers explained a flaw called "efficiency droop" that causes LEDs to lose up to 20 per cent of their efficiency as they are subjected to greater electrical currents.
2014-03-11 Research team brings 'rollable' displays closer to reality
University of Surrey teamed up with scientists from Philips to create a technology that could see flexible electronics such as affordable roll-up tablets become widely available in the near future.
2013-06-11 Research combines LED, power transistor in GaN chip
Engineers at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute said the innovation could open the door to a new generation of LED technology that is less expensive to manufacture and significantly more efficient.
2013-12-30 Reducing open-heart surgeries thru new energy harvesting tech
Researchers at the University of Waterloo developed wideband hybrid energy harvesters that could cut the number of open-heart surgeries for people with pacemakers.
2013-10-09 Quark brings uncertainty for Intel's SoC strategy
Quark uses ARM's AMBA bus interconnect and runs alongside a legacy serial bus to blocks, such as the GPIO and real-time clock, separate from PCI Express and other serial interfaces.
2012-09-12 Quadcore, LTE expected for iPhone 5, audio processor dropped
Experts believe Apple needs to catch up with the likes of its Android rivals who are already shipping handsets with quad-core ARM Cortex A9 processors and support LTE.
2011-10-10 Pros and cons of different high speed digital tests
Here's a discussion on the relative merits and demerits of high speed digital test approaches and dynamic protocol reconfiguration.
2016-02-01 Preventing common MEMS failure mechanisms
The first step in ensuring MEMS reliability is to avoid common pitfalls during the design and process development phase to assure a stronger and more reliable part-upon-marketplace introduction.
2015-05-13 Password-protected envelopes ensure tamper-free delivery
VTT researchers demonstrated password-protected paper envelopes that could inform the sender in real-time if the mail has been received by its intended recipient or if it has been opened by a third party.
2003-01-20 Outlook 2003 - Knowing the market cycle
The industry again finds itself at the bottom of a market cycle that we know all too well. It is during these down-turns that leading companies incubate the new technologies and products that will drive the next upswing.
2013-10-03 Origami-shaped antennas reconfigure through ambient energy
The technology will use principles from origami to create complex structures that can reconfigure themselves by unfolding, moving and even twisting in response to incoming electromagnetic signals.
2011-04-21 Organic microprocessor on plastic foil
IMEC, Holst Centre, and the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven have developed the world's first organic microprocessor technology made in organic TFT.
2013-09-25 Oracle pushes Java as the answer to IoT front line
With fragmentation an for IoT, Oracle has made the effort to establish Java as a major entrant in the race to unify diverse operating systems and protocols for the Internet of Things.
2014-05-26 Novel technique produces graphene on non-metal substrates
The process uses CVD to sandwich a nickel film with graphene layers. The nickel film can be peeled away, leaving graphene on top of the non-metal substrate.
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.
2014-09-08 Novel micropumps cut cost for lab-on-a-chip disease diagnosis
Researchers at Penn State demonstrated an acoustofluidic pump powered by a piezoelectric transducer that could make the diagnosis of many global life-threatening diseases easy and affordable.
2014-01-28 Novel current sensors harvest wasted electromagnetic energy
A research team at HKPU developed a chip that enables detection of magnetic fields generated by electricity and a linear conversion of these magnetic fields into electrical voltage signals.
2011-08-16 New research to enable microwave-based computers
A new microwave technique for performing quantum entanglement was demonstrated by NIST, opening the possibility of microwave-based computers.
2009-01-07 Netbook bandwagon welcomes new processors, chips
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. is trying to drive netbooks to lower price points with a new ARM-based processor while Nvidia wants to ratchet up their performance with a more muscular graphics chip.
2002-10-24 NEC ships 8-, 32-bit MCUs for automotive apps
NEC Electronics has announced the availability of new Kx1 and Fx2 series MCUs for 8- and 32-bit designs in high-end safety systems for automotive systems.
2014-07-15 Nanofibre etching makes superior transparent conductors
The resulting aluminium nanowire networks exhibit 80 per cent optical transmittance and sheet resistance of 45sq-1electrodes claimed to be more flexible and transparent than those made of indium tin oxide.
2012-05-29 Murata lays out IoT plans
Murata acquired VTI, which manufactures MEMS on 150mm diameter wafers, to reinforce its automotive business.
2006-06-19 Mobile TV disappoints World Cup fans
The poor performance of mobile TV during the World Cup in Germany made for a disappointing user experience.
2014-11-07 Mobile payments? There's now Android for that
After helping Apple with its NFC-enabled mobile payment feature, NXP launches a solution to implement the same functionality of Apple Pay for Android devices.
2012-11-19 Micron memory skips a node, looks at 2Xnm process
Micron has skipped a generation of PCM before, introducing a couple of 128Mbit memories in a 90nm process in December 2008 before launching a 45nm 1Gbit PCM.
2013-08-13 MEMS sensors aim for the human body
Tel Aviv University researchers created a novel micro-printing process that works a highly flexible and non-toxic organic polymer that can be safely used in the human body and expend less energy.
2007-09-17 MEMS finds niche in space exploration
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration has started a program to develop MEMS technologies that reduce the size, weight and power of its radio transceivers.
2012-03-13 MediaTek: Unknown OEMs may be next smartphone stars
MediaTek Inc. president, Ching-Jiang Hsieh believes that unknown China-based handset makers will drive the next big wave of smartphones.
2014-12-22 Manufacturing tech aimed at non-volatile memory devices
A collaborative project unveiled a ferroelectric NVM chip that requires low write voltage and can be produced at small structural width that can easily be integrated in common IC production processes.
2014-06-09 Manufactured sulphur cathode allows up to 500 cycles
The sulphur used in the Li-S cathode is combined with a carbon-based plastic precursor to prevent them from cracking and keep lithium-sulphur compounds from crystallizing under the stress of cycling.
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