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Hadoop embraces open-source analytics upgrade 2014-07-08
While seen as an OS for big data, Hadoop yet lacks enterprise-class features including security, recovery, backup, and access control. So Intel has made a deal with Cloudera to merge the two code bases  
Network-on-a-chip fast-tracks data exchange 2014-07-07
The architecture uses wireless shortcuts to communicate between distant points on the multi-core chip. These single-hop shortcuts bypass intermediary nodes and directly connect one node to another.  
Tablet market headed for decline, says analyst 2014-07-07
TrendForce revealed that due to both internal and external factors affecting the tablet market, shipments are predicted to reach only 205.5 million in 2014.  
Is SMIC-Qualcomm 28nm deal one-sided? 2014-07-07
The deal is clearly a win for SMIC whose 28nm process will be accelerated, and while the same will be used to fabricate Snapdragon processors, Qualcomm may only be cooperating under the Chinese government's suggestions.  
Two-step process crops transparent graphene substitute 2014-07-07
The process involves coating the substrate with a polymer solution and heating it at 1,200°C. The resulting material, transparent and conductive, exhibits properties inherent in graphene.  
MediaTek emerges as major threat to GPS IC vendors 2014-07-07
The Taiwan-based chipmaker finished third on innovation and 2012 market share rankings, doing well with its combo ICs for Chinese smartphones, and growing a presence in other markets.  
Spirent gets a VoIP leg-up with Radvision TBU 2014-07-07
The $25 million deal to involves the acquisition of VoIP solutions such as lab-based test tools, protocol stacks, video communications client framework, and voice and video services monitoring  
Qualcomm buys Wilocity to take Wi-Fi lead 2014-07-04
Wilocity, a developer of 60GHz wireless chipsets based on the IEEE 802.11ad standard, which is also known as WiGig, has been bought by Qualcomm to seal its Wi-Fi leadership  
Nanoholes improve nanowire-based solar cells 2014-07-04
Singapore researchers found a way to increase the cost-effectiveness of photovoltaic devices by improving the manufacturing of silicon nanoholes  
IBM's custom silicon requires impetus 2014-07-04
An anonymous IBM employee from the microelectronics division wrote this opinion article in response to the series published earlier here regarding the outlook for IBM as a chip maker.  
Microsoft joins AllSeen Alliance 2014-07-04
The AllSeen Alliance, considered as the broadest Internet of Everything open-source project, revealed that Microsoft joined the group's multi-company effort as a Premier Member  
IC suppliers struggle to reverse plunge in DSC market 2014-07-04
IC Insights revealed that stand-alone digital cameras are now being displaced by camera-equipped cellphones, which have improved significantly in picture-taking quality and can instantly send photos.  
25G Ethernet Consortium cloud-scales network 2014-07-04
The consortium—which comprises Arista, Broadcom, Google, Microsoft, and Mellanox—will define a new Ethernet specification for speed grades that will meet the requirements of datacentre workloads  
IBM rushes to perfect 1.4nm transistor channels 2014-07-04
Moore's Law is not yet dead and the tech giant is racing to come up with 1.4nm transistor channels with an approach that uses multiple carbon nanotubes, which it has until 2020 to perfect.  
Murata, Ericsson rise up for technology sharing 2014-07-04
The firms will both develop standardised digital power modules that will include isolated advanced bus converters and digital POL, which are positioned to speed up adoption of digital power systems  
Samsung justifies OS switch for wearable devices 2014-07-03
Tizen offers a simpler OS, flexibility in form factor, and room to "integrate according to services," while the RTOS has less of a user interface and is meant to be more bare-bones. Android Wear is intuitive and optimised to Google services  
Li-ion batteries get a boost from tiny tubes, rods 2014-07-03
The battery incorporates single-wall carbon nanotubes that function as a conductive rope-like wrap to address the challenges of heat, weight, and discharging all at once  
More wafer fabs to close up shop 2014-07-03
Chip makers will pull the plug on four wafer fabs this year, in addition to the 72 that were closed over the past five years, reflecting a trend of shifting to fab-lite or fabless business model  
EZchip acquires Tilera to diversify network chip portfolio 2014-07-03
The $130 million acquisition deal will bring together complementary technologies, resulting in a range of NPUs and CPUs that rival those of current market frontrunners Broadcom and Cavium  
Qualcomm unfettered as top cellular base band player 2014-07-02
Qualcomm continues to lead the cellular base band player market during the first quarter of this year, knocking Intel out of the top three, according to a report by Strategy Analytics  
Voice, face secure data in personal electronic devices 2014-07-02
TrulySecure is available to OEM product developers in the form of an SDK that unites Sensory's speaker verification technology with its newly developed, proprietary, face recognition engine  
Chemists focus on Li-sulphur cells as alternative to Li-ion 2014-07-02
Researchers at the NIM Cluster at LMU and at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, have synthesised a novel material that could show the way forward to modern lithium-sulphur batteries  
Gigaphoton unveils world's first helium-free purge process 2014-07-02
As a move toward advancing its "Green Innovations" environmental technologies where it intends to reduce the consumption of helium, the company does just that for ArF immersion lasers  
Chemists unveil magnetically-responsive liquid crystals 2014-07-01
University of California, Riverside researchers developed liquid crystals with optical properties that can be instantly and reversibly controlled by an external magnetic field  
Philips merges Lumileds, automotive lighting units 2014-07-01
Royal Philips plans to combine its LED component and automotive lighting businesses and will seek capital from third party investors to spur innovation.  
2D graphene nanosheets developed using Scotch-tape method 2014-07-01
A team of researchers looked into the physics, kinetics and energetics behind the regarded "Scotch-tape" technique using molybdenum disulphide (MoS2) atomic layers as a model material  
MEMS startup focuses on Chinese ODMs for growth 2014-07-01
Ben Lee, CEO of mCube, said it secured $37 million of Series C venture capital to enter phase three of its progress, and will target Chinese ODMs, not a design win from either Apple or Samsung  
GreenPeak, USI collaborate on smart home ZigBee module 2014-07-01
The companies developed the USI ZigBee module that integrates hardware with ZigBee to transform thermostats, motion sensors, lighting and smart plugs into interactive Smart Home ZigBee devices.  
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  
ARM, Actions ink license deal for 64bit tablets 2014-07-01
After signing a license deal for the 64bit ARM Cortex A50 processors, Actions will be able to deliver an ARM-based 64bit chip for tablet devices.  


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