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FormFactor to Buy Rival Probe Card Maker for $352 Million
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2/5/2016   Post a comment
A deal for Cascade Microtech would combine complementary product offerings into one "dominant" company, according to an industry analyst.
Samsung, Apple Top Chip Buyers Again
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1/29/2016   Post a comment
Electronics giants ranked first and second in semiconductor consumption in 2015 for the fifth straight year, according to market research firm Gartner.
TI to Shutter Scotland Fab
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1/27/2016   1 comment
Analog chip giant will close 150mm fab, transfer production to existing 200mm facilities.
Apple Forecasts First Quarterly Sales Decline Since 2003
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1/26/2016   3 comments
Despite record quarterly sales and profit, Apple's stock takes a hit after firm forecasts a year-over-year sales decline due largely to a strong U.S. Dollar.
Semiconductor R&D Spending Slows
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1/26/2016   Post a comment
The semiconductor industry spent slightly more on R&D in 2015, but the rate of growth was among the lowest on record, according to IC Insights.
Create a Cardboard Energy Harvester
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1/26/2016   26 comments
École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland has invented a cardboard energy harvester suitable for wireless push-button switches and other similar applications.
Qualcomm, TDK Prep $3bn RF Joint Venture
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1/25/2016   Post a comment
Qualcomm Inc. (San Diego, Calif.) and TDK Corp. (Tokyo, Japan) have agreed to form a joint venture – RF360 Holdings Singapore Pte. Ltd. – to deliver radio frequency modules and filters for multiple applications, including IoT, drones, robotics and automotive electronics.
Memristor Computer Emulates Brain Functions
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1/20/2016   8 comments
Knowm Inc. (Santa Fe, N.M.) has introduced two new memristors to emulate new brain functions plus has diversified its packaging by adding a die-only options that holds 180 memristors.
Wireless Brain Sensor Monitors Then Dissolves
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1/19/2016   Post a comment
A team of researchers from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has created implantable electronic sensors that can measure intracranial pressure and temperature before being absorbed into the body.
EEs & CSs Create Early-Stage Lung Cancer Detector
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1/19/2016   Post a comment
Delta Electronics (Singapore) is readying for market a tabletop lung-cancer detector affordable by any doctor's office that instantly uncovers early stage lung cancer while it's still a simple operation to cure.
Plastic Fingerprint Sensor Also Detects Underlying Veins
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1/19/2016   Post a comment
FlexEnable and ISORG have jointly developed what they claim to be the world's first large area flexible fingerprint sensor on plastic designed for biometric applications.
Little Pharm Born
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1/15/2016   13 comments
Small drug companies (Little Pharm) may now have a tool with which to compete with Big Pharm thanks to National Taiwan University (NTU) professor Yufeng Jane Tseng's program that eliminates the costly animal-trials bottleneck.
Samsung Gives Ground Over Chip Workers' Cancers
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1/14/2016   Post a comment
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has made a concession to the families of scores of workers and former employees who have died of cancers over the last decade.
Qualcomm, TDK Prep $3bn RF Joint Venture
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1/14/2016   Post a comment
Qualcomm Inc. (San Diego, Calif.) and TDK Corp. (Tokyo, Japan) have agreed to form a joint venture – RF360 Holdings Singapore Pte. Ltd. – to deliver radio frequency modules and filters for multiple applications, including IoT, drones, robotics and automotive electronics.
Ultra-Thin Sensors Flex for Medicine
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1/12/2016   Post a comment
The future of medical monitoring should be small, flexible and very, very thin according to wearable company MC10. The Massachusetts-based announced several flexible body-worn sensors at International CES, one of which is less than half the thickness of human hair.
CMOS-Based Neural Probes Tackle Single Neurons
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1/4/2016   Post a comment
At last IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting 2015, nanoelectronics research centers in Europe presented a set of silicon neural probes that pave the way to a greater understanding of the brain and may make possible novel treatments for brain disorders such as Alzheimer's, schizophrenia, autism, and epilepsy.
Skin Cancer Biopsied by Optical Scan
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12/31/2015   Post a comment
Apollo Medical Optics Inc. has invented a low-cost tabletop optical coherence tomography (OCT) system that allows doctors to "see-and-treat" cancer in a single office visit.
Researchers Claim Self-directed Assembly Breakthrough
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12/31/2015   Post a comment
Team from IBM and NIST observes that nanoparticles of gold can "operate like snow blowers," churning through semiconductor materials to etch straight channels.
Samsung Launches Chip for Health-Related Wearables
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12/30/2015   Post a comment
The South Korean company claims that the new processor is the first in the world to be able to take multiple measurements, including body fat, skin temperature and heart rate.
Intel Funds Doctor in Your Pocket
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12/24/2015   Post a comment
Medical diagnostic module adds onto smartphone to enable users to diagnose their own diseases at home, while traveling or even in the remotest parts of third-world countries.
BrainChip Provides Details of Neural Network Architecture
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12/16/2015   Post a comment
Peter van der Made, CTO and interim CEO of BrainChip Inc. provides more details of his company's spiking neural network architecture, SNAP64.
Medical, Mining, Mousetraps, and More at Designers of Things
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12/15/2015   Post a comment
The Designers of Things Conference showcased new products and applications for IoT, 3D printing, and wearable tech.
Roadmap to Trillion Sensors Forks
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12/10/2015   Post a comment
Presenters at the Trillion Sensor Summit described two plans to produce a roadmap from 15 billion sensors in 2015 to 1 trillion by 2025.
Scope, Not Scale, Drives Freescale/NXP Nuptials
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12/7/2015   2 comments
As NXP and Freescale completed a merger Monday, NXP CEO Rick Clemmer declined to answer a question about the number of layoffs likely to ensue. The CEO said he won’t yet know absolute numbers for a few months.
Bosch Makes Chinese IoT Deal
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12/7/2015   Post a comment
The Shanghai Industrial Microtechnology Research Institute (SITRI), a business incubator that is constructing a 200mm More-than-Moore wafer fab, and Bosch China have agreed to collaborate on researching the Internet of Things.
French Startup Plugs Smartglasses into Bikers' Helmets
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12/4/2015   Post a comment
2015's Paris Motorcycle Show held Portes de Versailles was, well, full of shiny bikes. But one exhibit that really caught our eye was the in-retina display plug-in helmet accessory that Eye-Lights co-founders Romain Duflot (CEO) and Thomas De Saintignon (CTO) were demonstrating at the Motoblouz stand.
Google Files Patent for Surgical Laser Technology
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12/3/2015   Post a comment
A recently published Google patent describes a laser ablation device with an active tracking system that allows the laser to work even when a patient is moving.
‘Father of Robotics’ Joseph Engelberger Dies
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12/2/2015   Post a comment
Pioneer credited with developing the first industrial robot was 90 years old.
15 Hot Tech Stories for 2016
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12/1/2015   1 comment
EDN and EE Times' list of tech stories to watch for in 2016, from transistor level to systems level.
Technology Tackling Climate Change
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11/30/2015   19 comments
We can still beat greenhouse warming climate change by adopting carbon-free electrical power generation and zero-emission vehicles.
Delayed Roadmap Set for Debut at TSensors Summit
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11/30/2015   Post a comment
The MEMS and Sensors Industry Group has announced that it will release the outline of the TSensors (Trillion Sensors) Roadmap on December 9 at the 2015 TSensors Summit, being held in Celebration, Florida.
GloFo Sale: Report Says Abu Dhabi Holding Talks
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11/26/2015   6 comments
Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund Mubadala Development Co. has held talks with potential buyers for all or part of Globalfoundries Inc. according to a Bloomberg report that cited unnamed sources.
Saleable Wearables: A Surprising List
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11/25/2015   8 comments
The consumer electronics industry is feeling a little spooked by a drop of 4.36% in year-over-year demand — from October 2014-October 2015, according to Argus Insights — for a wearable market. Where has it gone wrong?
Military Targets Wearables, Bioelectrics
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11/20/2015   1 comment
Members of the Armed Forces may be the toughest consumers of all, especially when it comes to wearables. The demand for precision technology that isn’t clunky and has a long battery life far exceeds that of the traditional wearable market, and has defined DARPA investment in wearables.
EEs Report Highest Pay Increase Since 2008
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11/20/2015   Post a comment
The IEEE-USA's annual salary survey found that electrical and electronics engineers employed in communications continued to command the highest median salary.
Smartphone Shipments up 15% in 3Q15
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11/19/2015   Post a comment
The global market for smartphones was 353 million units in 3Q15, up 15.5 percent over the same period in 2014. For mobile phones in total the market was 478 million units in 3Q15, an increase of 3.7 percent over a year before.
Finnish Startup Develops 1mm Thin Optics for Augmented Reality
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11/16/2015   Post a comment
Founded a month ago as a spin-off from the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, startup Dispelix Oy has developed special gratings and optical waveguides that can route any image from a display engine located in the frame of smart spectacles, directly to the wearer's retina.
MEMS for Million-Dollar Horses
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11/13/2015   Post a comment
Horse Sense's Pegasus does the same kind of tracking, posture recording and monitoring as Dairymaster's MooMonitor does for cows, plus it measures their temperature -- critical for keeping expensive racehorses in tip-top condition.
Study: Glare-Free LED Headlight Gives Drivers More Response Time
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11/12/2015   Post a comment
"Intelligent“ LED headlight with glare-free high beam increase the safety during nightly car trips. A recent study from Technische Hochschule Giessen substantiates and quantifies this hypothesis.
Write-Once Memory Speeds Up, Powers Down Reads
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11/11/2015   Post a comment
Wearables, Internet of Things (IoT) and even conventional read-only memory (ROM, flash, one-time programmable--OPM) need ultra-low power consumption for reads.
Wireless X-Ray Vision Tech Tracks People Through Walls
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10/30/2015   Post a comment
MIT researchers have developed a system called RF-Capture that can track motion like Microsoft's Kinect, except that it works through walls.
Smartphone Camera Filter Improves Low-Light Photography
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10/30/2015   1 comment
Engineers at the University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT) have developed a camera filter for smartphones that allows for much brighter and sharper photos in low-light conditions.
MEMS Shrinking Near Microscopic
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10/27/2015   Post a comment
The mCube three-axis accelerometer is the smallest in the world by a wide margin due to its use of regular vias between the MEMS on CMOS style of ASIC resulting in a size of just 0.9 cubic millimeters.
AMD Unveils 64-bit x86 SOC for High-Performance Embedded
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10/22/2015   Post a comment
AMD claims high-end embedded leadership with x86-based R-Series SOCs.
TI Staying Above Consolidation Fray
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10/22/2015   Post a comment
Chipmaker's CFO says the company has no immediate plans to join in the acquisition frenzy sweeping the semiconductor industry.
IBM's Watson Tackles Sports
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10/22/2015   12 comments
IBM has partnered with Triax Technologies, Spare5 and 113 Industries to bring Watson's sports expertise to the playing field.
Graphics Expand in the Cloud
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10/21/2015   Post a comment
Vendors offering cloud-based graphics computing will face off at a Silicon Valley event on virtualization that tracks the growing trend.
FDA Warns St. Jude over CardioMEMS Manufacturing
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10/12/2015   Post a comment
Most of the problems FDA brought up over St. Jude Medical’s Atlanta facility have been addressed, the company says.
Medtech Event Debuts New Projects
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10/9/2015   Post a comment
The annual Body Computing Conference will discuss work on injectable sensors, virtual clinics and crowd-sourced health research, said Leslie Saxon
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