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Severance benefits cause friction in Microchip/Atmel merger 2016-04-12
Microchip's CEO blames Atmel's board for failing to communicate about a severance package that left at least one employee charging Microchip is reneging on a promise. ?
Machine learning methods is the future of chip routing 2016-04-11
The recently concluded design contest of the International Symposium of Physical Design in the U.S. saw the introduction of machine learning of a power distribution network by NTU. ?
X-FAB Award calls for new design concepts in semiconductors 2016-02-11
X-FAB to look into integration of advanced design and functionality, awarding the winner with a free prototyping run to validate their ideas in the best-suited technology. ?
Micron Tech Foundation grant to support NTU STEM students 2015-09-21
The Micron Foundation partners with educators worldwide in communities where Micron team members live, work and volunteer to help spark a passion in youth for science, technology, engineering and math. ?
Microsoft, PolyU launch lab for smart computing 2015-09-11
The lab supports applied research on smart computing and facilitates work-integrated applications development, as well as training on the latest smart computing trends. ?
Flash Memory Summit paints SSD, flash future 2015-08-17
During the event, Mike Jadon, CEO of Radian Memory Systems, revealed his company's Symphonic software that aims to replace the FTL code originally written in 1988 by Robert Norman of SanDisk. ?
Molex buys contract engineering design, manufacturing firm 2015-07-29
ProTek Medical is engaged in supplying custom solutions for medical device manufacturers in the global medical industry, but will continue to operate as a subsidiary of Molex Ireland Holdings. ?
Freescale delivers top performance prior to NXP merger 2015-07-27
Freescale's net sales for the second quarter of 2015 were $1.20 billion, compared to $1.17 billion in the first quarter of 2015 and $1.19 billion in the second quarter of 2014. ?
14 award-winning sensor technologies 2015-06-18
The 2015 Sensors Expo has announced the winners of the annual "Best of Sensors Expo awards." A total of 14 awards were given in two categories: Application and Innovation. ?
Marconi prize recognises trailblazers in telcos, Internet 2015-06-16
The Marconi Prize which has been given to just 47 individuals since it was established in 1974, included scientists who contributed to the fundamental development of the Internet and telecommunications. ?
Industry 4.0 spawns smart factories 2015-05-27
Industry 4.0 marries the IoTs to the factories, making smarter objects, smarter machines and smarter products, but it is also making the humans smarter elements in the production process. ?
Bose mentors MIT students, teaches social entrepreneurship 2015-03-06
The ideas proposed by the students cover a variety of challengesincluding sanitation, energy, water, health, agriculture and educationand span the globe from the United States to Burkina Faso. ?
IBM leads in patent wars; Google, Apple ranks climb 2015-01-14
The US patent office granted a recorded 300,674 patents last year, up eight per cent, with most of the top 50 winners increasing their annual awards, according to IFI Claims Patent Services. ?
Mentor Graphics wins patent infringement case 2014-10-15
A Portland, Oregon jury awards damages to Mentor Graphics in patent case versus EVE and Synopsys. ?
Rhines: Both inventions, efficiency improvements carry weight 2014-10-15
For Mentor Graphics CEO Wally Rhines, Nobels ought to celebrate inventions and efficiency improvements of them as both make valuable contribution to the society. ?
All systems go for Project Ara 2014-07-01
Project Ara is now up and running after Google made a successful debut at I/O, in spite of a frozen home screen during the demonstration of the modular smartphone. ?
Engineers handpick 10 best free analysis, design tools 2014-06-23
The list includes what is considered a viable alternative to Excel, the R Project, and mathematical tools such as Sage and GNU Octave. ?
Jurors award Apple a fraction of damages sought 2014-05-05
Apple failed to hurt Samsung as jurors awarded it only a fraction of the patent infringement damages pursued, analysts pointed out. ?
Thailand faces hurdles in boosting engineering competency 2014-05-02
Not enough graduating engineers are entering the technical workforce in Thailand because industry focus is mostly on low-value-added manufacturing, which is thwarting the country's efforts to expand its economy. ?
Embedded World revealed five industry trends 2014-03-04
The embedded community came together for the largest trade fair that was hosted in Nuremberg last week, where a market trend involving IoT and virtualisation became apparent. ?
Storage Visions 2014 highlights innovative memory tech 2014-02-06
Memory architectures, SSDs and flash technology were well represented at this year's Storage Visions conference, including the show's awards that showed visionary companies and products. ?
Startup helps people build creatively with electronics 2014-01-20
Alumna Ayah Bdeir's startup littleBits sells connectable electronic modules that are integrated with electronic functions that snap together with magnets for do-it-yourself (DIY) prototyping. ?
Chilean team bags top prize in 2013 Intel Global Challenge 2013-10-14
Mobile Monitoring Station, a team of student entrepreneurs from Chile, invented a breakthrough system that uses portable sensors to collect valuable biomedical data about industrial workers. ?
IBM enlists universities for cognitive computing effort 2013-10-08
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. ?
Microsoft picks up Nokia business unit, licences 2013-09-04
Microsoft has announced its intent to acquire Nokia's devices & services business and licence its patents and mapping services. ?
Taiwan amplifies microelectronics strength 2013-05-17
Taiwan, long recognised for design automation, is pioneering innovations in human-computer interaction, medical electronics and resolution of pressing social issues with novel semiconductors. ?
Will a TI-like firm ever come out of China? 2012-09-10
Local fabless CEOs debate on whether China will ever see the rise of a company that can rival the size and success of Texas Instruments. ?
Acer Foundation holds inaugural Green Innovation Contest 2012-07-24
Acer Foundation has announced its first Green Innovation Contest in hopes to inspire students to create green and sustainable solutions. ?
Cinterion wins Gold Value Chain Award for mHealth Solution 2012-07-18
Cinterion's TZ Medical Aera CT device with embedded Cinterion M2M technology takes top honors in healthcare category of Connected World's awards. ?
SEMI, SSIA reveal winners of electronics innovations contest 2012-04-26
Aiming to grow the future talent pool for the electronics industry, the organizations awarded the winners of the video competition 'Future of Electronics Innovations' during the recent SEMICON Singapore. ?


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