NTU Singapore, BAE Systems to enhance cybersecurity solutions
The defence technology company signed a $2.5 million partnership with NTU Singapore to develop next-generation cybersecurity solutions and counter threats of cyberattacks. continue reading »
Tricked-up drone aids firefighters
South Korea's research institute KAIST has built a drone that can navigate narrow spaces by flipping vertically to hug walls and can withstand fire up to 1,000C. continue reading »
Implementing proximity gesture for automotive HMI
This article looks at the use of capacitive proximity sensors in automotive applications, particularly in media players and navigation systems. continue reading »
Taiwan quake shakes up TSMC, UMC foundry production
The 6.4 magnitude earthquake that hit Taiwan early Saturday caused an automatic shutdown of production for foundries, but restoration of 95 per cent of the tools are expected in two to three days' time. continue reading »
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Atmel said this week that it notified Dialog's board of directors that it intends to terminate the deal. Atmel said it would consider a counter offer, but Dialog said it is not going to revise its proposal.
Sansan, which digitises business cards for common use in companies, has recently obtained around $16.8 million in Series C funding. It now has total funding worth at least $36.8 million.
During the recent CES, there was a sizable number of smart home devices displayed that underscores the growth and potential of the smart home market, noted ABI Research.
Researchers at MIT, University of California at Berkeley and University of Colorado produced a working optoelectronic microprocessor that computes electronically but uses light to move information.
Choosing MCU architecture can't be distilled into one or two bullet points. However, making the best decision isn't hard once you have the right information and are willing to spend a little time applying it.
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