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Three hot markets for CE companies
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6/1/2012   1 comment
Mobile applications, emerging markets and the 18 to 34 demographic ought to be the focus of consumer electronics vendors.
Etron preps DRAMs using through silicon vias
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6/1/2012   2 comments
Taiwan’s Etron Technoogy has started work on buffered DRAMs using through-hole vias for 3-D ICs and is working on an upgrade of its gesture recognition module.
MEMS-based tennis racquet enhances playing experience
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6/1/2012   11 comments
Motion sensing and gesture recognition company Movea SA and tennis equipment manufacturer Babolat said they have developed a motion sensing enabled racquet to analyze game play and improve performances.
2012 chip sales still down on 2011, says analyst
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6/1/2012   2 comments
Global chip sales for April 2012 are likely to be reported at about 5 percent lower than the same month in 2011, according to Bruce Diesen, an analyst at Carnegie Group (Oslo, Norway).
InvenSense opens up process to enable fabless MEMS
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6/1/2012   1 comment
InvenSense, a supplier of motion tracking components based on MEMS technology, has announced that it is opening up the use of its proprietary MEMS manufacturing process for use by others on a licensing basis.
Plessey lowers cost of electric-field sensor
Product News  
6/1/2012   1 comment
Plessey Semiconductors Ltd. (Plymouth, England) has announced the release of the PS25451, a low-cost version of its electric field sensor. Whereas the original version was aimed at medical applications, such as a remote heart-rate monitoring, the latest version provides remote sensing for high volume consumer markets.
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