Top 10 smartphone innovations of 2011
Blog 12/30/2011 26 comments
As smartphones become ever more ubiquitous and the speed of mobile innovation increases exponentially month by month, keeping track of the big innovations over a full year can seem a futile task. The changes, once recorded seem almost incremental when looked at through the year’s rear view mirror.
Chronic Christmas gadget conundrum
Blog 12/14/2011 23 comments
According to Accenture, customers returning electronics products will cost “U.S. consumer electronics retailers and manufacturers nearly $17 billion this year, an increase of 21 percent since 2007.”
Top 10 innovative USBs and peripherals
Blog 12/14/2011 22 comments
The following list takes a look at some of the more innovative, original and flamboyant USBs and USB peripherals, ranging from the secure and practical right through to the gimmicky and flamboyant.
Google doodle celebrates Robert Noyce
Blog 12/12/2011 16 comments
The doodle for Dec. 12, 2011 on www.google.com celebrates 84 years since the birth the Robert Noyce, one of the inventors of the integrated circuit and a co-founder of both Fairchild Corp. and Intel Corp.
Top 10 CE innovation gadgets at CES
Blog 12/9/2011 25 comments
The Consumer Electronics Association will present its choices of Best of Innovations Design and Engineering Award honorees at the upcoming 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The awards comprise outstanding design and engineering advancements across 32 consumer electronics product categories.
Blog 12/8/2011 Post a comment
Herewith is a compendium of stories from EE Times covering the International Electron Dervices Meeting which took place Dec. 5 to 7 in Washington DC.
Big brain radio, part 2
Blog 12/1/2011 1 comment
Cognitive radios were now too busy to figure out how to route phone messages, so they decided to put humans to work doing this. The task occupied the time of all humans alive.