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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.
2015-02-26 LDO design techniques in the era of miniaturisation
Find out how a properly designed LDO will maintain overall system efficiency and long battery life, minimising the need for large energy storage elements.
2014-06-18 Hybrid circuit casts a spotlight on carbon nanotubes
The combination of carbon nanotube thin film transistors and other thin film transistors comprising indium, gallium and zinc oxide breeds circuits that can reduce power loss and increase efficiency.
2014-02-14 EE Times Asia's top products of 2013
Here are ten of the most read product announcements in 2013 among EE Times Asia's community of engineers.
2015-03-11 ECC bumps up mobile device reliability, efficiency
Here is a look at how error correcting code enables enhanced memory density and bandwidth while maintaining power neutrality and reliability.
2007-01-22 Codecs deliver hi-fi audio for headsets, digicams
Two new codecs from Wolfson Microelectronics are designed to deliver hi-fi stereo quality for stereo headset applications as well as high-quality audio for digital camera systems.
2003-06-23 Celltronix, Splashpower partner in power recharging program
Power solutions manufacturer Celltronix Ltd has formed an evaluation program with Splashpower Ltd.
2002-07-30 CDT receives grant form U.S. DTI to develop solar cells, light detectors
Cambridge Display Technology has received a grant from the U.K. Government's Department of Trade and Industry for the R&D of plastic solar cells.
2014-01-20 Bringing ultra-thin, flexible sensors to the next level
Researchers at ETH are developing electronic components that are thinner and more flexible than before.
2015-05-20 Boron-infused graphene boosts wearables
By first infusing the polymer with boric acid, Rice University researchers quadrupled the supercapacitor's ability to store an electrical charge while greatly boosting its energy density.
2013-06-20 A*STAR research unveils polymer for OFET processing
The polymer inherently high carrier mobility and extraordinary air stability, and has specifically designed hydrogen bond interactions that create ordered networks for transporting electrons and holes.
2014-05-08 3D chip-making technique utilises metallisation layers
The technique fabricates active devices interleaved between the metallisation layers atop a standard CMOS die, eliminating the expense of vertically stacked transistors or of stacking dies with TSVs.
2007-11-01 Wireless networks pave way for e-health era
Today's services controlled by physicians and hospitals will give way to a new model in which consumers directly access devices and services on the Internet or their emerging home and personal area networks.
2015-07-01 Will smartphones follow PC's footsteps?
Sadly, the days of massive improvements in features in a new phone are over. The reality is that phone features are about capped out. Moreover, everything Apple can do, Android does too.
2015-06-03 Why is China bullish on chip industry?
Unlike in the West, China considers the semiconductor sector a big investment. It is the financial play and quick ROI that lures Chinese investment funds into the chip industry.
2015-12-18 Why did Apple buy Maxim's fab?
Regardless of its speculative nature, news like Apple's acquisition of Maxim's fab creates a great window to look into the wants and needs of the Cupertino giant.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
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.
2014-09-26 Vision in wearables: Broader applications, functions
Vision processing can now take place right on your wrist or your face at price points that enable adoption by the masses. This article tackles a key factor in this burgeoning technology success story.
2013-12-26 Utilise PSoC for heart rate monitor
Read about a heart rate monitor design using programmable system-on-a-chip.
2011-06-23 Upcoming technologies push power revolution
Several electronic technologies are playing high-profile roles in power revolution, among them 3D transistors, solid-state lighting, energy harvesting, superconducting cable and silicon carbide components.
2014-12-29 Top 10 technical articles and tutorials of 2014
Here is a compilation of our biggest technical articles for the year 2014. Topping the list is the teardown of iPhone 6 Plus, followed by stories on Bluetooth Low Energy and on PCIe-Ethernet clash.
2002-06-21 Tomorrow's technology points to present-day solutions
Off-key subjects were at the heart of several emerging technology sessions at the DAC that examined the challenges of next-gen designs while suggesting possible approaches to existing problems.
2014-07-07 Tablet market headed for decline, says analyst
TrendForce revealed that due to both internal and external factors affecting the tablet market, shipments are predicted to reach only 205.5 million in 2014.
2015-01-20 Streamlining, securing design landscape for IoT market
The Intel IoT Platform is an end-to-end reference model geared to unify and simplify connectivity and security in the IoT, and to help move the technology from infancy to mass deployment.
2014-01-23 STATS ChipPAC makes IEEE patent ranking
STATS ChipPAC was recognised for patent innovations by the IEEE for the third consecutive year.
2014-05-16 ST finds FD-SOI partner in Samsung
Samsung will work with ST's 28nm FD-SOI design platform, making its foundry services accessible to the broader semiconductor industry. The companies hope their partnership will encourage designers to adopt the process.
2015-03-06 Smart watch reference model speeds up device prototyping
The TZ1001 from Toshiba combines an accelerometer, gyroscope, magnetometer and optical pulse sensor to enable smart watch designs for sport watch applications.
2015-01-06 Smart gadgets rule CES Unveiled
If some of the products demonstrated at the pandemonium of CES Unveiled are any indication, this is a generation of gadgets designed to compete on simplicity, ease of use, accuracy and security.
2014-10-08 Smart DIY: Why do companies design their own sensors?
There are many reasons why several big companies brew their own sensors and sensor hubs. For some, especially in Asia, it's about vertical integration, while others want to add products to their catalogue.
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