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Power Week in Review: Wireless EV Charging, E-Field Flame Shaping & Si Supercap
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10/31/2013   5 comments
This week we've seen progress in developing a silicon supercap, an electric field technology that controls flame shape for reduced-emission combustion, the results of a study on wireless charging of electric vehicles and more.
Uncle Sam Puts Out IoT Challenge
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10/31/2013   39 comments
The US has kicked off a challenge to build and operate multiple test beds to show what can be done and what's lacking in the Internet of Things.
Spreadtrum Sees Opening for Single-Core Chipset
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10/30/2013   5 comments
Spreadtrum Communications announced this week that the company's single-core WCDMA/HSPA+ smartphone chipset, dubbed SC7710, is now in mass production.
Toyota Trial: Transcript Reveals 'Task X' Clues
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10/29/2013   37 comments
Expert witness Michael Barr said he’s not allowed to talk about specifics on Task X. However, the trial transcript offers ample clues about what it does.
ARM Drives Mali GPU to New High
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10/29/2013   9 comments
ARM announced two new Mali mobile GPU cores, the T760, which it claims outperforms archrival Imagination, and the T720 for middle-market devices.
Cisco Re-Org Exemplifies Rise of IoT
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10/29/2013   3 comments
Cisco created a new business unit and investment fund for the Internet of Things, an example of increasing corporate attention on IoT.
Samsung Courts Apple, Google Developers
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10/28/2013   10 comments
At a developer's conference attracting 1,300 registrants, Samsung rolled out a swath of new APIs for its smartphones, tablets, and smart TVs.
Is ARM Adopting Microsoft Model?
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10/28/2013   5 comments
XMOS Semiconductor has signed a deal to use ARM-based chips from Silicon Labs alongside its own deterministic multicore silicon in a single package.
Vicarious AI Passes Turing Test
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10/28/2013   11 comments
Vicarious's artificial intelligence is as smart as a human for the Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart – CAPTCHA.
Rambus Pursues Disposable PicoCam
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10/25/2013   8 comments
New diffraction gratings promise ultra-low-cost, tiny, disposable imagers for a broad range of applications, said a Rambus researcher.
Mentor to Bring Virtualization to Automotive Designers
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10/24/2013   16 comments
The need to run a growing number of operating systems, applications, and tasks safely on the same ECU inside cars has gotten practically everyone in the automotive food chain talking about hypervisors.
Intel Capital Injects $65 Million Into 16 Startups
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10/23/2013   8 comments
Intel Capital announced a $65 million investment in 16 startup companies from nine countries.
ARM Unveils New Architecture for Automotive
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10/23/2013   17 comments
ARM has unveiled new real-time microprocessor architecture featuring a hardware-assisted virtualization mode. Nvidia is likely to be among the first to license the new architecture.
ARM Snags New Customers in Record Quarter
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10/22/2013   12 comments
With 48 licensing deals closed in its third quarter, ARM reported sales up 26 percent and profits up 36 percent, year-over-year.
Nokia Guns for 6-Inch Phablets
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10/22/2013   16 comments
Nokia showed off its first tablet (10-inch screen) and two six-inch screen 'phablets' at the company's annual event in Abu Dhabi.
PCs Down 11%, Tablets Up 53% in 2013
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10/21/2013   24 comments
A day before Apple launches its fifth-generation iPad, Gartner predicted a continued decline this year for PCs and a continued surge in tablets.
Brain Implants Near Milestone
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10/16/2013   28 comments
NeuroPace is close to approval for the first brain implant that listens to, then acts, on brain activity -- a milestone in the rising field of neural electronics.
Are You Ready When Your Google Car Freaks Out?
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10/16/2013   90 comments
There is one question everyone seems to avoid asking and answering: How does a self-driving car, when faced with a crisis beyond its program, hand control back over to the driver?
UBM Tech Announces EE Live! 2014: Featuring the Embedded Systems Conference, Summits & Boot Camps
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10/14/2013   9 comments
The biggest annual event for the electronics industry has a new name and lineup of cutting-edge educational programs.
Panasonic Kisses Plasma Goodbye
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10/10/2013   46 comments
Panasonic will stop producing plasma TV panels by March 2014 -- a year sooner than predicted.
Smart Video Outpacing Population
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10/9/2013   7 comments
IHS predicts that there will be more Internet-connected smart video devices than the total world population by 2017.
With Dual-Mode Wireless Charging IC, IDT Urges to Cut the Cords
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10/8/2013   14 comments
Jeffery McCreary, IDT's CEO, revealed that IDT is gunning for the still embryonic but potentially huge wireless charging market.
Researcher Eyes Display on Contact Lens
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10/8/2013   17 comments
An IMEC researcher demonstrated prototypes of an artificial iris, a first step on the way to a contact lens display.
Mobile IC Vendors to Alter Automotive SoC Market
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10/8/2013   5 comments
The rise and fall of smartphone SoC companies has become intricately intertwined with the future of automotive chip suppliers. Many automotive IC companies are racing to dominate the fast-growing segment of in-vehicle infotainment SoCs.
BITalino: A DIY Toolkit for Physiological Computing
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10/4/2013   12 comments
Traditionally the purview of medical and quality-of-life applications, the use of bio-signals is appearing in a wide variety of other areas, including informatics.
Intel Quark Rides Arduino
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10/3/2013   19 comments
Intel's new CEO Brian Krzanich appeared on the Maker Faire Rome stage to show an Arduino-compatible board using Intel's new Quark processor.
IBM Unveils Cognitive Systems Institute
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10/3/2013   9 comments
IBM declared the era of cognitive computing at its Cognitive Systems Colloquium where it unveiled its Cognitive Systems Institute.
ARM TechCon 2013 Gets Underway Oct 29
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10/1/2013   9 comments
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