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Startup rolls 60GHz WiFi sol'n geared for mobile displays 2014-07-28
The NT4600 28nm chip supports 802.11ad with an initial focus on mobile devices, and claims to top Wilocity's forthcoming Sparrow chip by 50-100mW when displaying 4K video  
GE ups colour vibrancy in LEDs with phosphor powder 2014-07-28
The use of the PFS phosphor in LED systems generates a reddish colour that is sharper, cleaner and truer compared to nitride phosphor—resulting in less colour bleed and a richer picture in displays  
Tape stacks enable tough magnet conductor 2014-07-28
Yttrium-based high-temperature superconducting tapes are assembled together, and then surrounded by a copper jacket and a stainless steel jacket—achieving an electrical current of 100kA  
Apple finds room to grow in China 2014-07-28
The iPhone maker's financial results marked a turnaround in the market dominated by Samsung. The China sales boom stemmed in part from Apple's partnership with China Mobile  
Imec, Omron demo energy harvesting chip 2014-07-28
The collaborators developed a prototype that weighs just 15.4g and harvests vibrations on equipment to provide DC power to sensors in the microwatt range  
Analyst: Li-ion cell market to quadruple by 2023 2014-07-25
Navigant Research forecasted that the global revenues from Li-ion batteries for all consumer EVs will increase from $5.7 billion in 2014 to $24.1 billion in 2023  
Topological insulator may enable power-efficient memory tech 2014-07-25
The electrical currents flowing along the surface of topological insulators can be used to quickly flip a memory's magnetisation using the least possible current  
Allwinner gets on the 64bit MPU bandwagon 2014-07-25
The chipmaker's first 64bit tablet processor is designed with the ARMv8-A implementation to facilitate the delivery of energy-efficient performance and 64bit capability  
Imec unveils 28Gb/s silicon photonics platform 2014-07-25
The iSiPP25G includes the key subsystems for building high-density low-power WDM that it has recently improved to 28Gb/s with thermal tuning whose efficiency rates exceed 260pm/mW  
MPS buys Sensima, diversifies with magnetic sensor tech 2014-07-25
The acquisition of Sensima's real-time precision magnetic angle sensing is expected to yield differentiated solutions for key industries such as automotive, industrial and cloud computing  
Researchers embed InAs crystals into Si nanowires 2014-07-24
The hybrid nanowires are produced by implantation and annealing, which are carried out using ion beam synthesis and heat treatment with xenon flash-lamps  
Self-cooling PV cells offer mass-market appeal 2014-07-24
A group of researchers discovered a way to let solar cells cool by themselves by adding a specially patterned layer of silica glass to the surface of ordinary solar cells  
Cellular exit drives Broadcom to cut 2,500 jobs 2014-07-24
Broadcom will take a $417 million charge, about $150 million of it this quarter, for the restructuring which will include closing or consolidating 18 offices  
Semicon R&D joint labs to advance future electronics 2014-07-24
A*STAR IME and industry partners formed the Advanced Semiconductor Joint Labs to develop and innovate semiconductor technologies for future electronics markets  
AMS, Dialog terminate merging discussions 2014-07-23
Referred to as a merger of equals, the talks of a possible deal ended with Dialog being unable to agree to suitable terms with AMS, and AMS refusing to make an offer for Dialog  
Wearables market to gain from force illusion tech 2014-07-23
Two Japanese researchers developed force display devices, called Traxion and Buru-Navi3, which exploit the fact that a vibrating object is perceived as either pulling or pushing when held  
ARM expects mobile device shipment to come out of slump 2014-07-23
The tech titan's royalties impacted by smartphone shipments, grew just 2 per cent in its latest quarter. But with 41 new licences signed, ARM projects stronger Q3 revenue with 11 per cent CAGR for smartphones  
Cavium, Quortus join forces to deliver small cell sol'n 2014-07-23
The companies teamed up to embed Quortus' software Evolved Packet Core (EPC) on Cavium's OCTEON Fusion family of SoC processors for small cell base stations  
Vietnam's FPT denies Apple buyout 2014-07-23
ICT titan FPT plays a role in Apple's regional push only as a premium reseller of Apple devices in Vietnam. While FPT and Apple have forged a strong partnership, the two parties have never discussed a potential acquisition, said an FPT official  
IEEE group to decide on 25G Ethernet standard 2014-07-22
The 25G Ethernet Consortium formed in June already has a spec available to its members. Brocade and Dell recently joined founders Arista, Broadcom, Google, Mellanox, and Microsoft  
Cloud provides chip design education to developing countries 2014-07-22
SRC and SCI hope to grow a whole new crop of qualified SoC design engineers in developing countries worldwide by deploying EDA hardware and software in a private cloud  
$1.1B suit claims SK Hynix stole Toshiba's NAND flash tech 2014-07-22
In the regulatory filing, Toshiba also seeks to have SK Hynix destroy all information about the technology in question and cease production and sales of NAND memory products using that technology  
XMOS raises $26M to fund multi-core tech development 2014-07-22
The Series-D investment fund—coming from firms in Germany, China, and U.S.—will be used to design multi-core processors for embedded applications  
CrowdOptic streams live content from every angle 2014-07-22
The platform crowdsources footage through Glass or other smart device, organising the video streams into footage clusters with intersecting sightlines and making them searchable by field of view  
Plasmon sensors to put bomb-sniffing canines out of work 2014-07-21
The device uses reflectors to bounce the surface plasmons back and forth inside the sensor—dramatically increasing the sensitivity of the sensor to detect incredibly minute concentrations of explosives  
Interoperability to drive adoption of smart appliances 2014-07-21
The continuous evolution of the Internet, driven by ever increasing volumes of online information, commerce and social networking, can potentially open more immediate opportunities for the widespread penetration of automated homes  
The semiconductor future according to tech bigwigs, Part 2 2014-07-21
This instalment talks about bringing forth the next Golden Age of semiconductors, which requires increased collaboration and cooperation across different disciplines  
4G upgrade lifts VoLTE market 2014-07-21
Revenues for the carrier IP telephony market grew about 19 per cent in 1Q14 and are likely to increase in the coming year driven by the rise of Voice over LTE, according to Dell'Oro  
Interview: Infineon products take on counterfeiting 2014-07-21
Infineon is bolstering its Optiga line to protect devices from malware and to control access mechanisms for secure software updates, adding flexibility for adapting to a variety of applications  
China, South Korea fire up 5G work in Asia 2014-07-21
The two countries have set up industrial research initiatives dedicated to developing a 5G standard. Such efforts have driven the formation of regional alliances, which are now reaching out to collaborate with Europe's 5GPPP  


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