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2012-08-31 LTE progress boosts electronics convergence
4G LTE will play a pivotal role in the development of the wireless industry by driving the convergence of electronic devices, including smartphones, media tablets and mobile PCs.
2011-07-12 Live TV rules over connected TV
According to Knowledge Networks, viewers still choose "live" TV over "high-control" technologies.
2007-03-01 Live the digital lifestyle with DTV
With a combination of network, standard and platform, we can transition the DTV from entertainment device to family portal.
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.
2010-06-10 LEDs to transmit data, too?
With enough advance work, new LED light fixtures could also be wired into the network backbone, accomplishing wireless communications to any device without burdening the crowded RF bands.
2014-02-25 LED lighting systems: Potential security risks?
While LED lighting systems are being installed for its energy and non-energy benefits, increased integration of sensor, image processing and monitoring functions might well be "terrifying."
2013-08-22 Korean researchers develop foldable, compact EV
The team at KAIST said the micro electric car can be used either as a personal car or part of the public transit system to connect major transportation routes within a city.
2007-12-18 ITU tackles energy efficiency at UN conference
At the UN Conference on Climate Change, the ITU has addressed the delegates on the role being played by the global electronics and communications industry in both causing and potentially lessening energy use.
2010-07-15 Is wireless charging ready for prime time?
Is wireless charging going to be a long-term winner, a loser, or a respectable, solid, mid-range success?
2014-09-19 iPhone 6 lure hinges on iOS 8
iPhone 6 and 6 Plus may just be a hit, not because they are bigger, but because they come with a bucketful of APIs, creating a possibility of apps cooperating together for a true AI experience.
2014-06-30 IoT triggers outburst of new ideas
The Internet of Things is the next "big thing" in electronics. This is an explosion of new ideas that will add sensing and controls to literally billions of everyday situations.
2015-06-16 IoT growth depends on wearables, home devices
By 2015, 72 million wearable devices worth $17 billion will ship, with a compound annual growth rate of 18 per cent to 156 million units or $39 billion in 2019, predicts market research firm IDC.
2014-07-23 IoT drives energy harvesting solutions for wearables
One of the more recent emerging market segments covered under the Internet of Things that is particularly interesting from an energy harvesting perspective is the wearable electronics category.
2008-11-05 Internet TV: Next attraction
Now, the pieces are being integrated to turn today's appealing flat-panel screens into full Internet clients.
2009-12-24 Intel to bring human touch to tech platforms
Intel Labs' People and Practices Research group (PaPR) detailed its vision of a more human-centered technology future at a recent open house.
2012-09-17 Intel showcased technologies for a wireless future
Intel's CTO Justin Rattner sees a future heavily geared towards wireless connectivity, debuting technologies such as an all-digital Wi-Fi radio, Cloud Radio Access Network and Video Aware Wireless Network.
2010-09-14 Intel Developer Forum kicks off
Intel gathers 5,000 developers at annual technology showcase
2012-02-24 Integrated voltage regulators cut power by 20%
Inverted voltage regulation will be able to respond to the energy needs of future CMOS chips in nanoseconds, compared to microseconds with off-chip voltage regulators, the researchers said.
2014-05-28 Inkjet printing yields paper-based RRAM
Inkjet printing can be used to stack an insulator material between silver and a carbon layer. The RRAM bit obtained for each stack is operated by changing the resistances of the insulator material.
2012-10-11 Incorporating MEMS motion tracking in wearable sensors
Know the impact of next generation wearable sensing devices on the way we track our fitness goals, train our professional athletes, and view our sporting events.
2012-05-09 Imec, Panasonic develop low-power 7Gb/s 60GHz transceiver
The transceiver front-end prototype IC achieves an error vector management (EVM) better than -17dB for QAM16 modulation in the four channels specified by the IEEE802.11ad standard.
2013-11-07 Imec demos III-V FinFET devices on 300mm Si wafers
The devices enable continual CMOS scaling down to 7nm and below, and also enable new heterogeneous system opportunities in hybrid CMOS-RF and CMOS-optoelectronics.
2016-03-02 Imagination reveals application thrust with products
Speaking to EE Times China at their summit in Shanghai, Imagination Technologies' executives shared their perspective of application trends and how they aim to address those trends with their products.
2013-10-08 IBM enlists universities for cognitive computing effort
IBM recently showed off its newly minted Cognitive Systems Institute, a collaborative effort between universities, and IBM clients to advance the state-of-the-art in cognitive computing.
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.
2011-06-10 Home energy system users to reach 63M by 2020
Pike Research forecasts that home energy management system users will reach 63 million by 2020. This is due to consumers' increased demand for energy efficiency and utility energy efficiency programs.
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.
2014-09-17 Heartbeats could soon replace passwords
A new wristband technology uses heartbeats to identify its user, which it then relays to any connected device via Bluetooth. The wristband offers persistent identity once the user is authenticated, putting it among emerging technologies that could soon personalise the connected world.
2012-12-05 Graphene market to rake in $100M by 2018
IDTechEx forecasts that the graphene industry is set to reach the $100 million mark by 2018 with the R&D sector as its main market driver.
2013-07-09 Graphene layer cools processor hotspots
A layer of graphene can reduce the working temperature in hotspots inside a processor by up to 25 per cent, which can significantly extend the life cycle of electronic devices such as PCs.
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