Breaking News
News Analysis
Latest Content tagged with Internet of Things Designline
Page 1 / 2   >   >>
IoT Requires Continuous Development
News & Analysis  
4/18/2014   Post a comment
The Internet of Things will add so much programmability to devices that keeping software current will become a never-ending task.
Samsung Patent Leaks Point to Google Glass Competitor
News & Analysis  
4/17/2014   Post a comment
In a series of leaked patent documents from South Korea, Samsung is proposing a one-ear "earphone" design that seems to be a response to Google Glass sales. This many replace a two-ear design that came to light during CES in January.
Power Week-in-Review: Wristband TE Generator & Solar Cell Efficiency Record
News & Analysis  
4/17/2014   Post a comment
This week, a flexible band-shaped thermoelectric generator that can harvest body heat to power wearables, a solar cell conversion efficiency record using a silicon-based cell of practical size, a multi-topology DC/DC converter, and much more.
ON Semi on a Roll With Image Sensors
News & Analysis  
4/17/2014   1 comment
Coupled with the company’s acquisition of Truesense last week and the rollout of the new Python family of CMOS image sensors this week, ON Semiconductor sets its sights on the automotive market of the future.
Wearable Computing Market on 78% CAGR Through 2018
News & Analysis  
4/17/2014   Post a comment
By the end of 2014, shipments of wearable devices are expected to reach more than 19 million units, roughly tripling from 2013. Fitness monitors are the hottest devices, but Google Glass and other accessories and devices are looking to catch on.
Google Unveils Modular Phone
News & Analysis  
4/16/2014   2 comments
Mod is back, according to officials from Google's Project Ara team. The module developers kit for the open source, build-your-own-phone was on display at the company's first Ara Developer's Conference, held April 15-16 at the Computer History Museum.
Google Contact Lens Patent Points to More Wearables
News & Analysis  
4/16/2014   2 comments
In a filing from the US Patent Office, Google is looking to create smart contact lenses that include gesture technology and blink interfaces for wearable personal networks. The device could have medical uses.
Registration Opens for Microchip's MASTERs Conference
News & Analysis  
4/16/2014   Post a comment
This conference is a great chance to meet Microchip's subject-matter experts and their technical partners, and also to meet their distributor's FAEs, design partners, and other users.
AllJoyn: A Common Language for Internet of Things
News & Analysis  
4/16/2014   1 comment
Open-source lingua franca aims to let IoT devices and services communicate across manufacturers and operating systems.
Faroudja’s Bit Rate Reducer Gambit
News & Analysis  
4/16/2014   5 comments
At the NAB show, Yves Faroudja and his new startup showed off new technology designed to provide up to 50 percent reduction in video bit rates without reduction in image quality.
Motorola Solutions' Enterprise Business Sells for $3.45B
News & Analysis  
4/15/2014   1 comment
Motorola Solutions is selling its enterprise business to Zebra Technologies for more than $3 billion. The newly expanded Zebra plans to focus on IoT, mobility, and cloud-based applications.
Google's Project ARA Smartphones to Use Lattice ECP5 FPGAs
News & Analysis  
4/15/2014   2 comments
Lattice ECP3 and ECP5 FPGAs to be used in Google's Project ARA smartphones to provide connectivity between modules and implement custom functionality.
Sensors & Actuators Market Forecast on 11% CAGR to 2018
News & Analysis  
4/15/2014   Post a comment
After a two-year slump, sales of acceleration, yaw, and magnetic sensors are expected to explode this year and for the next three years.
IoT Blooms in San Francisco
News & Analysis  
4/14/2014   5 comments
A cluster of startups, incubators, investors, and events focused on hardware for the Internet of Things is coming alive in a San Francisco neighborhood.
Lattice Is Breaking the Rules With ECP5 FPGAs
News & Analysis  
4/11/2014   Post a comment
The ECP5 FPGA family has been architected from the ground-up for high volume deployment.
Power Week-in-Review: 30s Smartphone Charge, Compact EV Motor Prototype & Class-D Driver
News & Analysis  
4/10/2014   1 comment
This week, a smartphone battery that recharges in 30 seconds, a compact EV motor that weighs 77 kg and fits in a notebook backpack, a Class-D audio driver IC, and more.
Cisco, TI Expand IoT Partnerships
News & Analysis  
4/10/2014   4 comments
Cisco launches an IoT startup challenge while Texas Instruments names eight companies as the first of a set of IoT cloud service partners.
China’s Quest for ‘MIPS in Wearable’
News & Analysis  
4/10/2014   10 comments
Despite initial success in e-books and tablets, Ingenic, a Beijing supplier of MIPS-based mobile SoCs, abandoned the tablet market in late 2012. Now Ingenic is betting its life on the yet-to-be-defined smartwatch market.
Slideshow: 10 Things I Saw at Bluetooth World
News & Analysis  
4/9/2014   4 comments
Bluetooth is moving into the Internet of Things in a big way with mesh technology on the horizon and plenty of traction in wearables.
Opal Kelly's Pins Soothe the Pain
News & Analysis  
4/9/2014   Post a comment
If you are using Opal Kelly modules in your designs, then the Pins application is going to make your life much easier.
The Man Behind pcDuino
News & Analysis  
4/8/2014   7 comments
The pcDuino, a single-board computer, was a brainchild of Jingfeng Liu, ex-Marvell engineer. It started when Liu realized that Arduino hardware users don’t necessarily speak the same language as people working in the Linux software environment.
DCD's (Good Old) 68HC08 MCU Is Going Strong
News & Analysis  
4/8/2014   Post a comment
The latest version of DCD's binary-compatible 68HC08 8-bit MCU IP core -- the DF6808 – can perform up to 100 million instructions per second.
QuickLogic's Sensor Hub IDE & Dev Board Speeds Customization
News & Analysis  
4/8/2014   Post a comment
The sensor hub IDE and development board support easy sensor bring-up, sensor algorithm development, and real-time board-level debug for quicker time-to-market.
ARM Endorses Open-Source Sensor Platform
News & Analysis  
4/7/2014   Post a comment
Billed as first open-source software to streamline designing sensor hubs, Sensor Platforms Inc. launches Open Sensor Platform with powerful ally in ARM.
Gesture Flaw Makes Google's Nest Halt Sale of Smoke Alarms
News & Analysis  
4/7/2014   12 comments
Nest Labs is halting sales of its Nest Protect product after finding flaws with a gesture recognition feature. Google recently bought the company for $3.2 billion.
Honda Tests System That Warns Drivers of Traffic Signals
News & Analysis  
4/7/2014   8 comments
Speed/brake recommendations on dash to help drivers save gas, make more green lights.
Samsung S5 Teardown: Loaded With Sensors
News & Analysis  
4/7/2014   8 comments
Samsung's Galaxy S5 has next version Exynos and the SuperAMOLED display, among a Teardown.com previews their teardown.
Electronics That Dissolve on Schedule
News & Analysis  
4/4/2014   7 comments
The biggest trick in making circuits that dissolve is being able to control how long they stick around.
Designing an IoT Device: Tradeoffs Abound, Many Ugly
News & Analysis  
4/4/2014   36 comments
An embedded developer has concluded that today’s Internet of Things is still too unreliable, difficult-to-use, unconfigurable, insecure, and can cause users unnecessary frustration.
Windows Opens Console to Phone
News & Analysis  
4/4/2014   9 comments
Windows 8.1 and Phone 8.1 come with a host of new tricks and treats, including a $0 royalty licensing program for OEMs developing mobile devices with screens under 9 inches. Among Microsoft’s big reveals was a converged developer platform that allows developers to create universal Windows apps for a common Windows runtime on tablets, phones, PCs and, eventually, wearables.
ON Semi Acquiring Truesense for $92M
News & Analysis  
4/3/2014   3 comments
The deal expands ON Semiconductor's sensor offerings for the industrial sector. Truesense was previously Kodak Image Sensor Solutions.
Power Week-in-Review: The Ampere Redefined & PV Power Plant in a Box
News & Analysis  
4/3/2014   1 comment
This week, the venerable electrical base unit of current -- the ampere -- may be looking at a definition makeover, a portable solar plant for use in areas without electricity makes its debut, and the introduction of what is claimed as the industry's most efficient ultra-low-power boost regulator for photovoltaic and thermoelectric energy harvesting systems.
Chips Face Tough Times, Says Sanghi
News & Analysis  
4/3/2014   41 comments
It's a new and harsher day for the semiconductor industry, said Microchip CEO Steve Sanghi in an interview on the EE Live! show floor.
Speeding Innovation in the Smart Tech World
News & Analysis  
4/3/2014   3 comments
Erik Volkerink, CTO of Flextronics, believes that as smart technologies grow, the gap between the ideas and how the electronics industry actually executes on these concepts is growing. He's urging his colleagues to think differently.
Micrium Gears Up for IoT
News & Analysis  
4/3/2014   5 comments
RTOS and embedded software provider Micrium is putting partnerships and plans in place to become an end-to-end IoT software provider.
MEMS Mics Pass $1B Milestone
News & Analysis  
4/2/2014   8 comments
The micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) microphone market it on track to top the $1 billion milestone in 2014.
Skeds Slip for Embedded Designs
News & Analysis  
4/2/2014   13 comments
More embedded design projects are missing their schedules as the size of design teams is shrinking, according to a new study.
'Thingularity' Triggers Security Warnings
News & Analysis  
4/2/2014   7 comments
The Internet of Things is creating 50 billion Internet-connected devices. Who is going to keep them updated and secure?
Toyota Underestimated 'Deadly' Risks
News & Analysis  
4/1/2014   20 comments
A software expert whose testimony led to a guilty verdict against Toyota said in his keynote at EE Live! that the best assurance for preventing similar "deadly" outbreaks must be stronger, smarter oversight by federal regulators.
Microchip Announces New 8-Bit MCU Family at EE Live! 2014
News & Analysis  
4/1/2014   1 comment
The integration of intelligent analog capabilities offered by the PIC16(L)F170X/171X family of 8-bit CPUs reduces system BOM cost and board real estate.
Silicon Labs' IoT SoC Gambit
News & Analysis  
3/31/2014   11 comments
Silicon Labs' CEO came to Shanghai and captured the audience's imagination with a slide labeled "IoT SoC." Though it did not show the real chip, it illustrated the IoT in tangible terms.
IoT Sprinkler Taps the Cloud
News & Analysis  
3/31/2014   7 comments
Droplet launched an automated sprinkler system that uses cloud services to calibrate watering needs, shaving utility bills and saving water.
Will SMIC Narrow Tech Gap?
News & Analysis  
3/27/2014   13 comments
Critics worry that SMIC, under Tzu-Yin Chiu’s leadership, might have already given up a dream of directly competing with the world’s Tier 1 foundries such as TSMC, Samsung, and Intel.
dotLEDs Are Built for Wearables
News & Analysis  
3/27/2014   10 comments
Plessey has introduced dotLEDS, which could work in the growing wearables market until OLEDs come down in price.
Industrial Internet Group Launches
News & Analysis  
3/27/2014   4 comments
AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM, and Intel launched the Industrial Internet Consortium to accelerate work on areas such as interoperability standards for the Internet of Things in industrial markets.
Power Week-in-Review: Human Body-Based Portable Generator & IR-Absorbing Silicon PV Cells
News & Analysis  
3/27/2014   Post a comment
This week, a triboelectric-based generator that uses the human body to power portable devices, a silicon solar cell that can absorb (and convert to electricity) infrared radiation, a power platform that enables the design of ultra-small 45W power adapters, and much more.
Hacking a SmartTV at EE Live!
News & Analysis  
3/27/2014   5 comments
The zombies you watch or play in video games on your smart TV may be less scary than the abilities of hackers using the same device. Researchers from iSEC Partners will go into depth about the vulnerabilities of smart televisions at EE Live!, in a talk titled “The Outer Limits: Hacking a Smart TV.”
Intel Straps on Basis Health Band
News & Analysis  
3/26/2014   5 comments
Intel officially a announced the purchase of San Franscisco-based smartwatch startup Basis Science. The acquisition comes as Intel attempts to push into the wearables sphere as a market leader.
Facebook Buys Oculus VR: What's Next?
News & Analysis  
3/26/2014   11 comments
Virtual friends socializing in virtual reality? There's a headset for that.
Cisco's Cloud Plan for IoT
News & Analysis  
3/26/2014   6 comments
Cisco's $1 billion cloud investment is not about competing with Amazon, Google, or Rackspace to supply general-purpose IaaS. Cisco and its partners will offer a global chain of datacenters to serve as a backbone for the Internet of Things.
Page 1 / 2   >   >>


Flash Poll
EE Life
Frankenstein's Fix, Teardowns, Sideshows, Design Contests, Reader Content & More
Engineer's Bookshelf
Caleb Kraft

The Martian: A Delightful Exploration of Math, Mars & Feces
Caleb Kraft
3 comments
To say that Andy Weir's The Martian is an exploration of math, Mars, and feces is a slight simplification. I doubt that the author would have any complaints, though.

The Engineering Life - Around the Web
Caleb Kraft

Surprise TOQ Teardown at EELive!
Caleb Kraft
Post a comment
This year, for EELive! I had a little surprise that I was quite eager to share. Qualcomm had given us a TOQ smart watch in order to award someone a prize. We were given complete freedom to ...

Design Contests & Competitions
Caleb Kraft

Join The Balancing Act With April's Caption Contest
Caleb Kraft
54 comments
Sometimes it can feel like you're really performing in the big tent when presenting your hardware. This month's caption contest exemplifies this wonderfully.

Engineering Investigations
Caleb Kraft

Frankenstein's Fix: The Winners Announced!
Caleb Kraft
8 comments
The Frankenstein's Fix contest for the Tektronix Scope has finally officially come to an end. We had an incredibly amusing live chat earlier today to announce the winners. However, we ...

Top Comments of the Week
Like Us on Facebook
EE Times on Twitter
EE Times Twitter Feed

Datasheets.com Parts Search

185 million searchable parts
(please enter a part number or hit search to begin)