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Price pressure forces IoT market to an up-down trend 2014-06-06
Yole predicted that this trend stems partly from IoT deployments moving towards integration at module and device levels, and mainly because of the migration of IoT's value to software and services  
2D FET exhibits high electron mobility 2014-06-06
The FET is built from all 2D material components, suffering no performance drop-off under high voltages and providing high electron mobility even when scaled to a monolayer in thickness.  
Fujitsu Labs outlines 'monozukuri' innovation quest 2014-06-06
Fujitsu's eighth annual technology symposium focused on the transformation of the innovation process, which now involves open-source software development, crowdsourcing, and 3D printing  
Synopsys joins in ST-Samsung FD-SOI collaboration 2014-06-06
The extension of the collaboration facilitates the provision of Synopsys' Galaxy design flow for ST's 28nm FD-SOI technology, the adoption of which is expected to be accelerated  
A4WP ups Rezence charging specification to 50W 2014-06-06
The move to support higher power will extend the magnetic resonance-based wireless charging—which uses the 6.78MHz frequency band—to devices including laptops and tablets.  
MEMS oscillator extends wearable battery life 2014-06-05
SiTime's TCXO real-time clock boasts an accuracy within 5ppm, which allow software writer to reduce buffer periods, thereby saving the power usually expended during idle time.  
Agilent, Cascade simplify wafer-level RFIC testing 2014-06-05
The alliance aims to combine Cascade's probe stations with Agilent's measurement and analysis software to provide tools that deliver differentiated RF wafer-level measurements.  
Transistor squeezing approach improves power efficiency 2014-06-05
The approach involves the application of a piezoelectric material, which expands upon voltage contact and compresses the silicon in the transistor with a pressure of about 10,000 atmospheres  
Seagate to break into flash market with LSI controllers 2014-06-04
The disc drive maker has made a deal with Avago to acquire LSI's Accelerated Solutions Division and Flash Components Division for $450 million in pursuit of the growing flash market  
Microchip controller powers USB ports up to 100W 2014-06-04
The UPD100X USB power delivery controllers support the five USB-IF standard UPD power profiles plus an additional 25 UPD-compliant profiles.  
Broadcom seeks to retire its cellular base band business 2014-06-04
The business has taken its toll on Broadcom's margins, making losses and folding under a stiff competition in a market dominated by giants like Qualcomm. Upon divestiture, Broadcom is expected to cut its expenses by $700 million.  
Marvell hops aboard Apple's smart home train 2014-06-04
Apple's campaign constitutes an aggressive software strategy designed to engage vendors to develop solutions "made for iOS devices." Marvell has just released three IoT chips for iDevices.  
Pixelworks display chip purges motion blur, judder 2014-06-03
Code-named Iris, the chip uses MIPI for input and small eDP for output. It is optimised for video processing, enhancing images on 5-inch smartphones and phablets, tablets, and 13-inch ultrabooks.  
H.265 decoder core boasts real-time streaming at 150MHz 2014-06-03
The CAST core conforms to the ISO/IEC 23008-2 HEVC and ITU-T H/265 standards, and is designed for applications requiring real-time performance but having power, packaging, or budgetary constraints.  
SCI collaborates with Plunify, Optic2Connect for IC design 2014-06-03
The SCI Cloud functions as a secure data repository for IC design, manufacturing data, and data provenance. It is geared towards establishing a security model for IC ecosystem providers and users  
Apple to make home appliances talk to iPhone 2014-06-03
The IoT scheme leverages a wireless chip and an MCU, as well as the MFi program, which comprises of third-party hardware accessories running Apple's licensed technology to connect electronically to iPhone, iPad or iPod  
LEDs: Big lights come in small packages 2014-06-02
Light emitting diodes are used in an increasing number of applications because although they are tiny devices, LEDs are able to emit a large amount of light  
SpaceX builds rocket thruster with 3D printer 2014-06-02
The SuperDraco engine is 3D printed using direct metal laser sintering with a high-performance superalloy called Inconel—a carbon-laced nickel-chromium alloy trademarked by Special Metals Corp.  
Computing aspires to an exascale level 2014-06-02
Exascale computing is believed to be on a par with the human brain capacity. It features a thousand-fold increase over a petascale computer delivering at least one quintillion operations per second.  
Voice, gesture controls double as always-on observers 2014-06-02
Always-on analytics pair with always-on connectivity and augmented reality, promising more conveniences where every gesture or every spoken word may create actionable data  
Mitigating counterfeiting requires a combination of methods 2014-06-02
Layering a combination of method to come up with a more robust solution to foil the entry of counterfeit products in the supply chain involves considering the product, packaging and other labelling  
SBCs make for cheaper access to supercomputer 2014-06-02
Single-board computers including Raspberry Pi, Parallela, Renderfarm, and Nvidia's TK1 have made high-performance computing accessible to everyone, being bank- and power-friendly.  
ARM taps Duolog for IP integration tools 2014-05-30
Today's eight-core ARM-based SoCs require configuring debug and trace across as many as a thousand connections and 500 registers, leveraging Duolog's platform will facilitate a faster turn-up.  
Renesas advances sale of JV stake with Synaptics 2014-05-29
The sale of the 55 per cent stake was previously considered by Apple, whose interest in the company anchored on what was believed to be the control over quality and cost in its supply chain  
Breker gains Synopsys' VIA membership 2014-05-29
The membership will facilitate the integration of its TrekSoC software to generate self-verifying C test cases to run on embedded processors with Verdi, allowing users to move seamlessly between TrekSoC's GUI and the Verdi environment  
Parallel NOR trumps SPI in embedded applications 2014-05-28
While the SPI provides several benefits including lower overall system costs, parallel NOR performs better in application uses where speed and performance are a factor  
Inkjet printing yields paper-based RRAM 2014-05-28
Inkjet printing can be used to stack an insulator material between silver and a carbon layer. The RRAM bit obtained for each stack is operated by changing the resistances of the insulator material  
Intel, Rockchip build quad-core chip for entry-level tablets 2014-05-28
The chip design partnership provides Intel a greater access to China's tablet makers, and gets Rockchip involved with integrated 3G communications.  
Beamforming antenna cancels interferer signals 2014-05-28
The system works with four different receivers to take in the desired signal with the same delay, as well as the interferer signal, but with different delays—maximising the amplitude of the desired signal, while annulling the interference  
Roombots take a 'Transformer' spin on furniture design 2014-05-27
The project examines the concept of modular robotics to use as building blocks for adaptive furniture, which moves, and changes its shape and functionality depending on the user's specification  


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