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Intel/NTU's sub-millimetre EMI shunt beats shields 2016-01-19
The Intel/NTU's breakthrough is a single sub-millimetre sized component that replaces bulky traditional shielding by suppressing noise at each source by 20dB.  
Sensors intelligently clear sea water of chemical pollutants 2016-01-19
The sensors are embedded in small floating devices and are based on sophisticated algorithms, made up of several wireless nodes that move independently through the spill in search of its outer limits  
AI that bested shogi expert now wants to decide loans 2016-01-18
Japanese start-up Heroz Inc. is hoping the lessons Ponanza learned during its shogi matches can be applied "to the crunching of data for banks deciding whether customers are creditworthy  
Samsung grabs Qualcomm's fab tech with 14nm FinFET process 2016-01-18
Samsung said Qualcomm is making its Snapdragon 820 processor on Samsung's new 14nm LPP process, and the first products will be in mobile devices in 1H16.  
TSMC CEO expects stronger Q1 after Capex boost 2016-01-18
The world's largest foundry said it will increase its capital expenditure in 2016 to an amount ranging from $9 billion to $10 billion as it aims for a bigger share of finer geometry chips  
Qualcomm enters $280M joint venture with Chinese province 2016-01-18
The joint venture will focus on the design, development and sale of advanced server chipset technology in China, which is the second largest country in the world for server technology sales  
3D XPoint moves from lab to fab 2016-01-18
Intel and Micron defined 3D XPoint as a new memory architecture that fills a gap between DRAM and flash, delivering NAND like density at significantly higher performance and lower latency.  
Atmel picks Microchip over Dialog 2016-01-18
Atmel said this week that it notified Dialog's board of directors that it intends to terminate the deal. Atmel said it would consider a counter offer, but Dialog said it is not going to revise its proposal  
Telit flexes Bluetooth portfolio with Stollmann buy 2016-01-15
The acquisition will boost Telit's short-range low-power Bluetooth line-up and is part of the group's plan to offer a solution to connect edge devices to the Telit IoT enablement platform  
Former US vice president speaks on China, tech start-ups 2016-01-15
Mobile entrepreneurs should think altruistically because the most successful companies will be those that keep in mind the larger context in which they are making change.  
PTC acquires communications connectivity company 2016-01-15
The acquisition of Kepware will elevate PTC's portfolio of Internet of Things (IoT) technology, and accelerate the company's entry into the factory setting and Industrial IoT (IIoT) space  
Global smart home deployments to grow twofold this year 2016-01-15
During the recent CES, there was a sizable number of smart home devices displayed that underscores the growth and potential of the smart home market, noted ABI Research  
PC shipments continue downward spiral for 4 successive years 2016-01-14
Fourth quarter PC shipments totalled just 71.9 million units, a decline of 10.6 per cent compared with the fourth quarter of 2014, IDC said. The year-over-year decline was the largest in history  
'Light recycling' enables power-efficient incandescent bulbs 2016-01-14
MIT and Purdue University researchers have come up with a two-stage process to make incandescent bulbs as efficient as compact fluorescent and LED bulbs.  
Samsung yields to improve wafer fab working conditions 2016-01-14
According to reports, the Korean company has agreed to help set up an independent committee that will be able to inspect its semiconductor facilities amid worker cancer claims.  
Smart streetlights enable connected city experience 2016-01-13
Smart streetlights are essentially poles packed with LEDs, small cell LTE base stations, an optional control system for the lights and a smart meter to monitor the poles' power use.  
Analysts disagree on chip forecasts in 2016 2016-01-13
While analysts differ on their forecasts of semiconductor revenues in 2016, they agree on one critical factor: China. They say, however, that the Asian powerhouse's role remains largely unknown  
Is Apple set to shake analogue market? 2016-01-13
With the recent acquisition of a 70,000-square foot analogue production from Maxim, Apple could influence the analogue market for years to come  
Analyst predicts rising HD panel demand for notebooks 2016-01-13
IHS said that with demand for notebooks slowing due to the weak economy and the rise of tablets, notebook makers are increasingly turning to higher display resolutions to boost consumer interest  
ADI, TI drop Maxim acquisition attempts 2016-01-12
A recent report revealed that Maxim was not intent on selling, but would have considered any offers that included a large premium over the company's market capitalisation.  
Eradicating conflict mineral in supply chains 2016-01-12
KEMET, an electronic component maker, created a completely closed-loop, transparent and cost-effective supply chain to procure tantalum-rich ore from the DRC, bypassing untrusted players.  
Start-up invests $2.9M to take S'pore companies to the cloud 2016-01-12
Sansan, which digitises business cards for common use in companies, has recently obtained around $16.8 million in Series C funding. It now has total funding worth at least $36.8 million.  
Global semiconductor revenue falls short at $340.3B in 2015 2016-01-11
Gartner attributed the decline to the weak demand for key electronic equipment, the continuing impact of the strong dollar in some regions and rising inventory  
Where is low-power WAN headed? 2016-01-11
Joel Young of Digi International shared his views on the future of low-power wide-area networking (LP-WAN) amid the growing wearable markets and Internet of Things  
3D NAND scales memory back to Moore's Law 2016-01-11
Prior to going 3D, Micron could only shrink each new generation in its x-y dimensions, but they hit the wall at 20nm, only able to shrink in one direction, either x or y, at the 16nm node.  
Amazon enters chip market with sale of own ARM chips 2016-01-11
The Alpine product line supports the home deployment of applications and services, including media management, IoT management, surveillance and 4K/UHD television streaming  
Taiwan's ITRI uses hydroelectricity to light up firefighters' way 2016-01-08
Taiwan's ITRI has combined a water turbine microgenerator with LED light engines to provide light without traditional electricity and help firefighters in the dark.  
Taking a closer look at GE's Bluetooth smart light switches 2016-01-08
Although GE's latest Bluetooth-based lighting controls have limited feature set, their simplicity, scalability and well-designed user interface make it an appealing device to many customers.  
Mixed-signal IC design: Forecasts for 2016 2016-01-08
This article will examine the key trends, challenges, and emerging solutions in mixed-signal system design enablement, focusing on mixed-signal verification.  
In-building wireless market to reach $9B in 2020 2016-01-07
ABI Research predicted that the in-building wireless market will grow to more than double in revenue by 2020, with North American activity driving the overall market.  


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