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2015-10-01 LED light, sensors to enable next-gen medical devices
ams developed the sensing solutions to fill the future market needs, which means a move from today's dumb LEDs to complete spectrally-cognitive sensor platforms and boost IoT deployment.
2014-07-18 Lattice FPGAs take smart devices to the next level
In addition to programmable fabric, the iCE40 Ultra FPGA family also contains a suite of hard IP cores that make smart devices smarter while reducing power consumption.
2015-07-20 Key issues before starting an IoT design project
A thorough trade-off analysis of your application at the earliest stages of the design process is really the best way to make the right technology choices and get your product to market as quickly as possible.
2016-01-25 Is Xilinx set to jump on the M&A bandwagon?
The company made a filing with the U.S. SEC pertaining to executive benefits in the event of change of ownership of the company, fueling speculation that the FPGA leader is preparing to be acquired.
2015-07-03 Is a FinFET + FD-SOI marriage possible?
A number of companies have committed to FD-SOI and others to FinFET, but for fabless and semi-fabless chipmakers, the foundries offer both choices, so why not mix and match or even combine the two?
2015-02-05 IoT uptake gets green light for Asia-Pacific city governments
According to IDC Government Insights, Asia-Pacific city governments will kick-start pervasive adoption of IoT technologies in 15-20 per cent of smart city initiatives.
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.
2014-12-02 IoT spending in APAC to hit $59 billion by 2020
Frost & Sullivan forecasted that energy (smart grids), media (content streaming) and manufacturing (3D printing) are some of the industries expected to undergo IT driven transformations in 2015.
2015-09-17 IoT not enough to boost semiconductor market
According to Gartner, growth rates for PCs, tablets and smartphones are all down this year, and are expected to rebound somewhat but not strongly in 2016 and beyond.
2014-07-09 InvenSense rigs up motion processing ICs with Movea, TPI
The $80 million high-yield acquisitions involve sensor software and algorithm technology that will facilitate InvenSense's footprint expansion in indoor and outdoor navigation market.
2014-12-11 Intel unveils software for IoT apps
The effort echoes a more general offering Intel created for embedded systems in 2012. It comes amid a growing diversity of options in IoT components, software and services.
2015-01-13 Intel invests $25M in Google Glass rival Vuzix
Intel provides capital for Vuzix's enterprise smart glass goals. The latter will be making Internet-connected glasses that are more stylish than Google Glass.
2015-07-06 Intel exec roster, up for reorganisation
Intel president Renee James is among several top executives who announced plans to resign from the chip giant, while three other executives from various divisions will also leave the company.
2014-03-27 Intel advances wearable focus with Basis purchase
Basis Science created the health tracker band, Basis, which captures physiological metrics such as heart rate to help people get fit, sleep better and stress less.
2015-09-02 Impact of cable runs on MEMS microphone tests
The explosion of smart devices has brought with it an explosion of small, low-powered audio components that come with their own special measurement and connectivity challenges.
2014-06-20 Imagination seeks to resurrect MIPS in the spotlight
The MIPS legacy is anchored on its processor cores' architecture and its power-efficient performance, but industry analysts remain impassive, believing that MIPS lost the mobile battle against ARM.
2016-03-31 Imagination focuses on secure, differentiated IP platforms
EE Times China's editors met Imagination Technologies' at their summit in Shanghai to learn about the key technologies the company uses in its products.
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.
2014-09-22 IEEE standard reinforces innovation in sensors
IEEE 2700-2014 is intended to provide a common methodology for specifying sensor performance in the ever-expanding sensor technologies in the consumer electronics industry.
2015-11-06 How to keep users of consumer electronics happy
Growing investment in research and development by some aftermarket services (AMS) companies means that screening and testing returned products is getting better and faster.
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.
2014-12-05 Has IoT device overstayed its welcome?
The unprecedented rise to fame of IoT devices is backed up by ballooning statistics, but on a real-life scenario, have IoT devices permeated our way of life more than what it necessary?
2015-06-01 Google pulls the curtain aside for Android M
The latest software from Google is geared to bridge multiple devices, especially IoT-enabled ones, promising a smooth, intuitive mobile experience, and also supports NFC-based Android Pay.
2015-07-24 Google gives clues to mobile plans
Google is giving consumers a sneak peek into its mobile roadmap with the recent acquisition of Pixate, a developer of mobile app tools, and with new details about Google Glass.
2014-02-14 Google bets high on lower latency for cloud service
A Google fellow told attendees at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference that data center chips need lower latencies to keep up with the increase in volume of managed data.
2014-10-08 Gold mine for start-ups: Tech inventors take to Kickstarter
Design and tech projects make up 25 per cent of the total campaigns on crowdfunding site Kickstarter and account for 30 per cent of funds raised, giving rise to start-ups.
2015-07-14 GlobalFoundries rolls out FD-SOI platform
GlobalFoundries' FDX platform, using an advanced FD-SOI transistor architecture, confirms the momentum of this technology by expanding the ecosystem and assuring a source of high-volume supply.
2015-07-01 GlobalFoundries announces 22nm FD-SOI process
The promise of GlobalFoundries' 22nm FD-SOI solution, according to an executive, is to offer its customers roughly a 14nm FinFET performance at about 28nm cost.
2014-01-07 Gesture interface offers relief for touchscreen concerns
Gesture recognition technology at the 2014 International CES may be the cure for those frustrated by sensitive touchscreen sensors.
2014-12-05 From amateur drone hobbyist to accidental sales support
Divya Thukkaram, product manager at Bosch Sensortec, describes how at Electronica an amateur drone maker became a powerful sales support on her company's booth.
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