Evince Technology is developing a new family of devices including a diode, an embedded field emission triode and a bidirectional switch.
Through appropriate doping, the researchers expect the novel material to lend itself to many applications in the electronic industry.
The new method is much faster, and reduces the number of steps in the process to just two: lithography and plasma etching.
The final silicon-based flexible NAND memory demonstrates stable memory operations and interconnections even under severe bending conditions.
The structures spring back to their original forms within seconds of being heated to a certain temperature “sweet spot.”
NEC has demonstrated a video processing-based solution that creates interactive keyboards out of thin air... Well, smart glass computing resources are...
Ashwani Kumar Upadhyaya, a PhD from NUS, and teammate Emil Jacob, have proposed a renewabl-energy-run mass transit idea that's cheaper than monorails ...
Remember the days of counting processor frequencies and blue screens? Looks like the Wintel club is back with the two companies announcing they will c...
Intel has announced products integrating RealSense technology, including a board for building a self-navigating drone.
Using Raman scattering and a new material, Cornell researchers are close to building a chemical sensor on a chip.