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2001-05-16 Chip startup keeps MPEG-4 power budget to trickle
This article describes the Luxxon Corp. video processor for cellular phones.
2008-03-13 China knows no slowing down
From packed show floors to long queues for registration to standing room only for vendor seminars, the 13th IIC-China proved that chipmakers from all over the world are optimistic about the business this year, amid downturn concerns.
2015-06-01 CES Asia: Riding China's consumer electronics wave
The latest CES Asia saw a plethora of products from a number of startups, as well as from long-standing companies, evidently showing a close proximity between product design and manufacturing.
2015-12-09 Can wearables function as second galvanic skins?
Here are some of the innovative and educational information that will help designers understand theory as well as tools for design in the wearables arena.
2014-04-21 Building Galaxy S5 costs more than iPhone 5s at $256
IHS has run the maths on the latest Galaxy model, revealing a BoM that pushes up to as much as $256.52. The amount includes the $5 assembly cost and several hardware upgrades featuring a Snapdragon 801 MPU, a MIMO Wi-Fi module, a power management IC, and a host of sensors.
2002-10-21 Biometric sensors add a glamorous touch
Cosmetics maker L'Oral and chipmaker STMicroelectronics have announced a joint development agreement that brings biometrics technology to the skin-care business.
2014-11-07 Biology-based approach can protect IoT systems
The size, exponential growth, distributed nature and economics of the Internet of Things present new, arguably paradigm-shifting challenges in security management.
2014-05-09 Battery manufacturing tech doubles voltage up to 8V
Ilika has just patented its cell manufacturing technology that uses the vapour deposition process for producing stacked solid-state batteries featuring several performance and safety benefits.
2015-01-23 B&B links legacy systems with industrial IoT
B&B relaunches under a new name as it collaborates with multiple firms to combine sensors networks with legacy devices. The U.S.-based company offers the Wzzard platform aimed at IoT applications.
2015-04-28 Asian giants get ready for 5G
5G services must be hyper energy efficient, have hyper accurate positioning, as well as extreme cost effectiveness and reliability. To achieve this, industry must develop multi-radio access technology.
2008-05-05 Analysts debate prospects of MEMS accelerometers in cellphones
Industry analysts are divided over how quickly motion-sensing MEMS devices, such as accelerometers, will see volume uptake in cellphones, despite the rapid penetration of MEMS-based silicon microphones and RF switches into the handsets.
2009-03-05 Agreement promotes standard specs for RF remotes
The Zigbee Alliance and the RF4CE Consortium have reached an agreement to deliver a standardized specification for RF remote controls.
2007-01-01 Advancing RFID reader apps with convergent processors
RFID apps no longer require both a dedicated signal processor for ADC/DAC interfacing and a microcontroller for networking. A convergent processor from the Blackfin family can handle the networking and control with plenty of performance to spare for converter interfacing and pattern matching algorithms.
2015-12-28 5 stimulating stories you might have missed in 2015
Apart from the mergers and acquisitions that graced our banner headlines for almost once a week this year, there are other stories that are equally important. Here are five of them.
2015-03-09 15 innovative things seen at MWC 2015
Here is a presentation of 15 curious things spotted at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress in Spain, which highlighted many connected devices and technologies.
2006-06-16 'First' IP video security camera uses TI's DaVinci tech
NexVision announced the first IP video security camera prototype based on Texas Instruments' DaVinci technology.
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