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Huawei and Xiaomi: Charting the future of IoT 2015-06-01
Huawei's technological prowess in telecom and Xiaomi's agility in consumer electronics show both companies' potential and weaknesses. Understanding the differences offers a glimpse into the future.  
Opinion: Vietnam gives China, India a run for the money 2015-06-01
Setting up a design centre in Shanghai or Bangalore is not financially viable, says Majeed Ahmad. With China and India losing their "lustre," Vietnam has become a cost-effective location with a growing talent pool.  
Understanding HMI: Taking closer look at recent trends 2015-06-01
Touch-enabled human machine interfaces offer a more intuitive means to operate electronics hardware, and are now at the forefront of it being used in a much wider scale  
Synopsys to buy Quotium's app security testing biz 2015-06-01
The Quotium Seeker complements the Coverity platform's static analysis technology by testing and analysing applications, providing customers with a solution to detect and remediate security issues.  
CES Asia: Riding China's consumer electronics wave 2015-06-01
The latest CES Asia saw a plethora of products from a number of startups, as well as from long-standing companies, evidently showing a close proximity between product design and manufacturing  
5G algorithm innovation contest for APAC university students 2015-06-01
Altera announced the industry's first 5G algorithm innovation competition supported by companies, including Huawei, Intel and Spreadtrum.  
Enable smarter power monitoring using Microchip's 16bit MCUs 2015-05-29
The MCP39F511 single-phase power-monitoring IC targets commercial and industrial products such as lighting and heating systems, smart plugs, power meters and AC/DC power supplies.  
Avago, Broadcom merger excites market 2015-05-29
A combined company would have nearly $13 billion in revenues, edging it up to about seventh place, ahead of Texas Instruments and below Qualcomm at $19 billion  
IoT opens up analogue opportunities 2015-05-29
The Internet of Things could be a harbinger of a new golden age of analogue. These applications will definitely drive IC sales related to RF, power/energy harvesting, and signal conditioning  
Paris-based start-up raises $3.3M funds 2015-05-29
Following the release of the CdTe and CdZnTe-based ME100 sensor comes news that MultiX has raised $3.3 million from investors to further production and launch of its x-ray detectors  
What's the deal with the Avago-Broadcom M&A? 2015-05-29
This merger begs a big question: Where will Broadcom integration vision turn? Will Broadcom's team be allowed to sustain its discipline in execution? Most important, will Henry Samueli stay?  
US raises flag on China spying in electronics industry 2015-05-28
Concerns are growing within the U.S. government that China aims to grab American technology, yet Washington appears at times to be working at cross purposes.  
Flexible AMOLED display shipments rise with wearables growth 2015-05-28
Samsung Display and LG Display are pursuing enhanced technological differentiation for liquid-crystal display (LCD) panels, in order to expand the supply capacity of flexible AMOLED displays  
Solid smartphone base boosts Xiaomi's CE business 2015-05-28
Recently, Bin Lin, president and co-founder of Xiaomi, explained how the company plans to expand its product portfolio beyond smartphones and the company's investment strategy  
IDT, EPC collaboration merges GaN, silicon tech 2015-05-27
The two companies are joining forces to focus on wireless power, communications and computing infrastructure, and radio frequency.  
Industry 4.0 spawns smart factories 2015-05-27
Industry 4.0 marries the IoTs to the factories, making smarter objects, smarter machines and smarter products, but it is also making the humans smarter elements in the production process.  
Renesas sells wafer fab to Rohm 2015-05-26
The acquisition of Renesas' Shiga factory is scheduled to complete in February 2016 and to be used as a manufacturing line to produce to IGBT and MOSFET power devices and piezoelectric MEMS devices  
Surgical robots market to surge to $20B in 2021 2015-05-26
The market for robotic surgery is expected to grow as next generation devices, systems and instruments are introduced to manage surgery through small ports in the body instead of large open wounds  
Sharp, MediaTek rise in chip vendor ranking 2015-05-26
Japanese company Sharp was the most notable with a 62 per cent increase first quarter sales. This sales surge was almost entirely due to success in the CMOS image sensor market.  
Samsung rolls out 10nm FinFET 2015-05-25
The Samsung 10nm process offers "significant power, area and performance advantages" and targets a broad range of markets  
HP sales plummet, closes China deal 2015-05-25
Overall revenues were down 7 per cent from the same quarter last year to $25.45 billion, and profits slid to $1.01 billion from $1.27 billion a year ago.  
Making graphene cost-effective and scalable 2015-05-25
MIT and University of Michigan researchers described an innovative roll-to-roll manufacturing process that makes production of graphene and other 2D materials practical  
Start-ups highlight plethora of wearable IoT devices 2015-05-25
The 2015 Wearable World Congress brought together the two seemingly disparate worlds of crowdsourced start-ups and established tech companies that vie for a coveted spot in the Internet of Things map  
Huawei details everything-connected roadmap 2015-05-25
For most Chinese high-tech companies, whether it is a wearable start-up, a smartphone vendor or an Internet giant, the whole of China is their whole oyster. Not so for Huawei  
Proposed 5G standards focus on landline networks 2015-05-22
The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) is forming a working group on leveraging existing landline networks to be backbone of 5G  
Why Moore's Law is nowhere near ready to meet its maker 2015-05-22
In 2003, Intel predicted an end to Moore's Law shortly after hitting the anticipated 16nm node, but today it seems we're on track for 10nm fairly soon with 7nm not far off.  
Updates released for Apple Watch, Android Wear smartwatches 2015-05-22
Apple and Google recently began distributing system updates to their wearables, adding some new features as well as eliminating a series of bugs on their operating systems  
Industrial semicon market posts highest growth since 2010 2015-05-22
The year-over-year increase follows solid growth of 13 per cent in 2013. The strong performance achieved last year represents the highest annual growth rate since the 36 per cent boom in 2010  
Voltage-controlled liquid metal antenna expands IoT use cases 2015-05-21
Using electrochemistry, NCSU researchers created a reconfigurable, voltage-controlled liquid metal antenna that may play a huge role in future mobile devices and the burgeoning Internet of Things  
IBM gives in to China's demand for a new IT infrastructure 2015-05-21
IBM has decided to build a new supply chain of computers and software through partnerships with Chinese-based companies, which indirectly gives China the edge in terms of technological negotiations  


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