TSMC Turns Logic FinFET into ReRAM Blog 10/2/2015 8 comments Researchers are set to report on a 1kbit memory array made using TSMC's 16nm FinFET logic manufacturing process. FIND ReRAM is a promising embedded non-volatile memory for the FinFET era.
Compensate For Cable Voltage Droop Blog 9/30/2015 Post a comment Have you ever used an extra-long USB cable to charge your phone or tablet, only to find that it was taking an extra long time to charge? It probably wasn’t your imagination and was a situation that involved excessive voltage drop across the universal serial bus (USB) cable.
NASA Orion Team: More Show & Tell Blog 9/26/2015 6 comments On July 7, 2015 I was privileged to have the opportunity to tour the NASA Orion Deep Space program and meet some key team members at Johnson Space Center in Houston.
Book Questions Tesla's Originality Blog 9/23/2015 Post a comment "The Truth About Tesla: The Myth of the Lone Genius in the History of Innovation" by Christopher Cooper, J.D. Race Point Publishing. This review comes from an uncorrected proof copy. The book is scheduled for release on Oct. 1, 2015.
China Buys Swedish MEMS foundry, Builds Fab Blog 9/23/2015 Post a comment Hong Kong investment holding company GAE Ltd. has acquired control of pure-play MEMS foundry Silex Microsystems AB (Jarfalla, Sweden) and has started the construction of a wafer fab in Beijing to expand the company's production capacity.
Visualize Your Visceral Fat Blog 9/22/2015 10 comments Kyocera's new IoT service called “Daily Support” measures individual’s activity, diet, sleep conditions and visceral fat through the combination of a smartphone and a new wearable device.