2020-02-03 - Kevin Krewell

AR/VR/XR: Less Hype, More Substance

This year’s CES was not heavily influenced by augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) hype as previous shows. That…

2020-01-23 - Nitin Dahad

Taiwan Takes 82 Startups to CES

For the third year in a row, Taiwan had a significant presence at one of the biggest electronics trade fairs…

2020-01-21 - STMicroelectronics

Blog: Trends to Expect at the Start of a New Decade

2020 marks the beginning of a new decade and will thus be a seminal year for the products that will…

2020-01-17 - Matthew Burgess

Taiwan Tech Startups Impress at CES 2020

MOST have announced another successful CES for Taiwan after taking a delegation of 82 startups, winning 13 innovation awards and…

2020-01-16 - Junko Yoshida

Let’s De-identify Private Data

DeCloak developed a chip to de-identify individuals’ private data. The technology lets data aggregation/analysis companies see the forest without seeing…

2020-01-16 - M. Di Paolo Emilio

Bluetooth 5.2 SoC Brings Longevity to IoT Batteries

The new SoC supports the new Bluetooth 5.2 standard, Bluetooth mesh, and direction finding with sub-meter accuracy.

2020-01-15 - Nitin Dahad

The Value of Electronics in Motor Sports

Lando Norris explained how technology, and particularly live real-time data on all aspects of his drive, is a vital part…

2020-01-14 - Junko Yoshida

Silicon Labs’ CEO on IoT, UWB and AI

EE Times speaks to Silicon Labs CEO Tyson Tuttle about IoT, AI, and UWB.

2020-01-14 - Sally Ward-Foxton

Panel: Public Support Is Paramount for Global Leadership in AI

Panelists, which included representatives from industry, trade associations, politics and government, were in agreement that leadership in AI is not…

2020-01-13 - Barbara Jorgensen

CES 2020 and the Supply Chain

The supply chain is one of those things that nobody cares about until something goes wrong. Then it’s everybody’s problem.