Carbon-on-Wafers Here News & Analysis 1/20/2017 Post a comment The world's first commercial carbon-on-silicon wafers use aligned nanotubes, which can be lithographically fabricated into super-fast transistors alongside normal CMOS circuitry.
IoT Network Reboots Its Efforts News & Analysis 1/19/2017 1 comment The Weightless-P network for the Internet of Things gets a new backer as the special interest group behind it carves out a broader role for itself.
IoT Startup Rides LoRa News & Analysis 1/18/2017 1 comment Startup TrackNet got $7 million in funding from two OEMs who aim to help it build and sell IoT systems for consumers and business users.
FTC Slaps Qualcomm with Suit News & Analysis 1/17/2017 1 comment The U.S. Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint alleging Qualcomm is unfairly using its dominance in cellular baseband processors against rivals and customers.
China Defends Big Chip Bet News & Analysis 1/12/2017 23 comments Foundry and capital equipment executives from China defended the country’s government-led drive to build its semiconductor industry.
QCOM CEO Likens 5G to Electricity Discovery News & Analysis 1/11/2017 Post a comment "5G will have an impact similar to the introduction of electricity or the automobile, affecting entire economies and benefiting entire societies," said Qualcomm CEO at the company’s keynote address at CES, pitching it for AR/VR, IoT and automotive.
Smartphone Senses Anything News & Analysis 1/5/2017 3 comments International cooperation between the U.S., Israel and China has resulted in the world's first smartphone with a built-in spectrometer that can sense almost any kind of substance.
AMD Describes Vega GPU News & Analysis 1/5/2017 4 comments Advanced Micro Devices' next graphics processor, Vega, is an impressive GPU, but it won't disrupt Nvidia, said analysts
CES 2017 Connects with AI News & Analysis 1/5/2017 3 comments "CES Unveiled" showcased a host of wearables, hearables and robots. App-intensive and connected to the Internet, many are programmed to get smarter with built-in artificial intelligence that will learn and recognize a user's speech, face and daily habits.
Korea Fines Q’comm Nearly $1B News & Analysis 12/28/2016 5 comments Korean regulators fined Qualcomm nearly $1 billion following a two-year investigation into its patent licensing practices, a decision the company will appeal.
IoT Ready to Light Up in 2017 News & Analysis 12/28/2016 1 comment After laying foundations for the Internet of Things in security, M&A and other areas in 2016 its time to tell stories about real deployments of IoT in 2017.
Europe Kicks Off GSA-Based Autonomous Driving Project News & Analysis 12/27/2016 Post a comment The European Agency for the global navigation satellite systems (GSA) has kicked-off ESCAPE, a three-year and 5.4 M€ project to exploit the services offered by Galileo, the European satellite navigation system, in the field of the automated driving.
Computing Got Colorful in 2016 News & Analysis 12/22/2016 4 comments With the rise of virtual reality, artificial intelligence, new memory types, and 5G, computing came into a kind of brilliant autumn in 2016.
DARPA Funds Small Businesses with Big Ideas News & Analysis 12/21/2016 Post a comment The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has launched its answer to Kickstarter, theCommercial Performer Program that aims to harness the little guys ideas that are now being underfunded.
Your A List for CES 2017 News & Analysis 12/14/2016 1 comment Ask any market researcher or industry analyst about what to watch for at the CES next month in Las Vegas and the “A” list you’ll almost certainly hear are Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality and Automotive.
AMD Clocks Ryzen at 3.4 GHz+ News & Analysis 12/13/2016 3 comments AMD said that its Zen x86 core running at 3.4 GHz and higher will ship before April in an SoC called Summit Ridge for gaming PCs.