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Operators say yes to carrier-neutral SIMs for IoT sensors 2014-09-12
Cellular carriers and system developers including AT&T, China Mobile, and NTT Docomo are proposing a specific non-removable SIM that is embedded into the IoT sensors during manufacturing—a move that is expected to provide lower operational costs and drive economies of scale  
Intel plans to extend Moore's Law to 7nm 2014-09-12
Chipmakers generally don't expect the much-delayed extreme ultraviolet lithography in time for 10nm chips, but many still hold out hopes it could be ready for a 7nm generation.  
China beats U.S. as world's largest smartphone market 2014-09-12
China has more than 692 million smartphone connections, making it the largest smartphone market in the world, surpassing the United States, Brazil, India, and Indonesia.  
Flexible display for electronics uses graphene 2014-09-12
The Cambridge Graphene Centre, with its graphene expertise, partnered with Plastic Logic, with its extensive capabilities in transistor and display processing, to develop a graphene-based flexible display.  
TI rolls ecosystem for digital power tool designers 2014-09-12
The third-party ecosystem of digital power hardware and software tools allow digital power design engineers who use TI's portfolio of C2000 MCUs to develop their systems quickly and easily  
SMIC unveils 38nm NAND Flash process tech 2014-09-12
The 38nm NAND Flash technology targets diversified high volume specialty applications such as embedded products, mobile computing, TV and STB.  
First wave of iPhone 6 will not reach China 2014-09-12
China is missing from the list of major countries where the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be available from September 19  
Toshiba TFETs promise MCUs ultra-low power edge 2014-09-12
The TFETs are fabricated using a quantum tunnelling principle to achieve ultra-low power LSI operation as a substitute to the conventional MOSFETs.  
Marvell gears up for 4K revolution 2014-09-11
The chipmaker developed an Ultra HD SoC integrated with 12K DMIPS quad-core ARM CPU, called ARMADA 1500 PRO 4K, for hybrid set-top boxes with wireless connectivity.  
Apple Watch: Not worth the wrist 2014-09-11
Apple's smartwatch may be an outstanding feat of technology and design, but paying $349 for a timepiece that has to be charged every so often and can only be used with an iPhone can be a waste  
iPhone 6: Post-launch expectations 2014-09-11
Apple's big reveal cleared the many rumours about the iPhone 6, and some have been quick to point out what the company failed to include this time around. All eyes are now on how it will fare in its attempt to redefine the market.  
Data centres to gain from expanding DDR4 portfolio 2014-09-11
DDR4 is definitely more an enterprise server play, and it's not likely it will turn up in mainstream notebooks in its early days, said Gordon Patrick, director of marketing at Micron Technology  
LTE-Advanced deployments: End of unreliable mobile networks 2014-09-10
Nokia Networks, Ericsson, and Alcatel-Lucent migrated to LTE-Advanced with an upgrade to their respective small base stations to improve mobile coverage in small commercial buildings.  
Software automates image-recognition in assembly lines 2014-09-10
The technology detects positions by controlling the order in which the various image-processing functions making up a program are combined, and using machine learning based on similarity of shapes  
Apple in need of game changer, reveals Watch and iPhone 6 2014-09-10
The Apple Watch offers a new take on wearable technology with its flexible display, fitness tracking and wireless payment support features, while the two new iPhone models boast larger screens at 4.7 inches for iPhone 6 and 5.5 inches for iPhone 6 Plus.  
Intel delivers third-gen Xeon processors 2014-09-10
In benchmarking the new 22nm, 3D Tri-Gate technology, Intel claimed its new Xeon processors had already broken world performance records with up to threefold increases over generation two.  
Austria-based AMS to buy wafer fab in Asia 2014-09-09
The analogue semiconductor manufacturer is partial to a 200mm fab that has perhaps run its course as a supplier of digital ICs now mainly produced on 300mm, according to CEO Kirk Laney  
Payments? There's an iPhone for that 2014-09-09
Apple is including NFC in iPhone 6—a move that turns the smartphones into mobile wallets, and locks users into the tech giant's ecosystem.  
Core M inside: Intel sneaks into 2-in-1 devices 2014-09-09
The new 14nm processor, named Broadwell Y, promises to provide thin, fanless devices up to 700 per cent performance boost over ageing PCs and laptops, while consuming only 25 per cent of their power  
Will innovation drive displays into post-touchscreen era? 2014-09-08
At the Touch Taiwan event, a Nikkei BP executive predicted the future of display technology to be ambient, free-form and wearable—with images that can be projected on any surface or in the air  
Novel micropumps cut cost for lab-on-a-chip disease diagnosis 2014-09-08
Researchers at Penn State demonstrated an acoustofluidic pump powered by a piezoelectric transducer that could make the diagnosis of many global life-threatening diseases easy and affordable  
Ethernet switch market posts growth, router market lags 2014-09-08
Global revenues in the Ethernet switch market (Layer 2/3) approached $5.7 billion in 2Q14, representing an increase of 6.2 per cent YoY and 8.1 per cent QoQ, noted IDC  
Apple supplier's China factory: Hazard to workers' safety? 2014-09-08
Catcher Technology, which makes iPad covers and fifth-generation iPod parts, was found in violation for poor working conditions at its Suqian factory, with significant amounts of aluminium-magnesium alloy shreddings on the floor and improper ventilation  
Graphene detector sees invisible THz waves 2014-09-08
The detector claims to be as sensitive as, and a million times faster than any existing room temperature detector in the terahertz range as a result of using special properties of graphene  
If Moore's Law hangs back, revert to using old nodes 2014-09-05
As the cost of scaling below 28nm multiplies, there has been a corresponding push to create new designs at established nodes using everything from near-threshold computing to back biasing and analogue sensors  
China plots global chip domination 2014-09-05
A group of Chinese investors, which include a state-owned firm, offered a buyout proposal to U.S. digital imaging chipmaker OmniVision—a move that will allow China instant access to the global market  
Latest patent war: Nvidia bitter with Qualcomm, Samsung? 2014-09-05
Nvidia is suing the two companies over chips that allegedly copy Nvidia's graphic patents. This comes at a time when the chipmaker is reviving Tegra, the line of MPUs that failed to dent Qualcomm's lead and get into Samsung devices  
Wake up smartphone: Touch gesture activates apps 2014-09-04
A touch controller IC developed by Seoul-based Dongbu HiTek bypasses all the trouble of launching an app on a sleeping smartphone by making a single user-defined gesture on the blank screen  
WiMax to migrate to TD-LTE-Advanced via Nokia 2014-09-04
Nokia upgraded its base stations to include 3.5GHz carrier aggregation, promising up to four-fold improvement in speed and capacity in WiMax networks while reducing the latency in half.  
Andes enters competition in CPU market 2014-09-03
Focused more on the embedded market, Andes and its CPU licencees have been finding enough niches to get around ARM's stronghold. It has signed 100 IP licencing agreements with 81 customers.  


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