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Knight’s Landing Leaks Reveal Strong Performance, Memory Hierarchy
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1/6/2014   2 comments
Leaks are fueling speculation about Intel's upcoming high-performance compute platform, codenamed Knight's Landing. What seems definite: increased on-die memory and higher bandwidth.
Nvidia Unveils 192-Core Processor
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1/6/2014   6 comments
Nvidia introduced its next generation mobile processor, Tegra K1, at International CES. Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang said the 192 core super chip, built on Kepler architecture, brings “the heart of GeForce and the soul of Tesla to mobile computing.”
Qualcomm Unveils Auto Game Plan at CES
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1/6/2014   5 comments
Qualcomm will leverage its strong presence in the in-car cellular modem market to advance automakers’ telematics business and join the brewing in-vehicle infotainment platform battle by introducing auto-grade Snapdragon.
Freescale Rolls Platform for Wearables Design
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1/6/2014   5 comments
Freescale, seeing opportunity in enabling a yet-to-be-defined wearable market, is rolling out at CES the industry’s first reference platform for wearable device design, flexible enough for a host of applications ranging from fitness and healthcare to infotainment.
Industry Analyst Predicts Hotspots at CES
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1/3/2014   3 comments
At CES 2014, focus shifts from larger, more traditional CES staples such as television and PCs to smaller, personalized devices.
Must-See TV at CES: Mobile Display Processing
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1/3/2014   10 comments
Not-to-be-missed at CES next week is this demo on how motion video quality of movies and NFL football games, displayed on smartphones or tablets, can be sharpened with display processing technology.
Introducing REX: The Brain for Robots
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1/3/2014   3 comments
REX is a palm-sized, single-board computer designed specifically for DIY robots, from simple units to next-generation platforms that employ machine vision and speech recognition.
Gesture Interface at CES Taps Ultrasound
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1/3/2014   3 comments
Gesture recognition software for Android and Windows from Elliptic Labs will be on display at CES using ultrasound speakers, standard MEMS microphones, and transducers.
60 GHz DuoTargets Small Cells
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1/3/2014   15 comments
InterDigital and BluWireless may design a 60 GHz board for backhaul on small cell base stations, part of a growing set of efforts around 5G nets.
Power Week-in-Review: Ford Solar Hybrid EV, PV Cell Chip & Home Electricity Use
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1/2/2014   5 comments
This week, a first-of-its-kind solar powered hybrid EV from Ford, news that home electricity usage has dropped to 2001 levels, and an energy harvesting photovoltaic cell chip.
LinkedIn Poll: Windows OS for Test
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1/2/2014   5 comments
Take our poll on which version of Windows you use for automated test.
IR Sensor Startup Preps Smartphone Bid
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1/1/2014   2 comments
A developer of infrared sensors has raised 4 million to help it pitch for design wins in smartphones and tablet computers.
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