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posted in April 2013
AMD to support shared-memory spec this year
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4/30/2013   1 comment
The AMD-led HSA Foundation has described its uniform memory access technology expected to be released and supported in an AMD chip later this year.
Active antennas invade next-gen smartphones
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4/29/2013   Post a comment
OEMs trying to span more spectrum bands and ultimately boost coverage, battery life and data rates.
DESIGN West: Robots study for butler role
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4/26/2013   1 comment
The robotic butler or surgeon is still years away, but the bots are learning faster according to an artificial intelligence researcher.
Cypress Semi's PSoC shifts into 32-bit phase
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4/24/2013   2 comments
CEO T.J. Rodgers said Cypress is ready to shift PSoC into the 32-bit sector after eking out a chunk of the microcontroller market.
Slideshow: DESIGN West gets virtual Mars rover tour
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4/23/2013   4 comments
A NASA engineer provided a design review of the guts of the Mars Rover and the systems that safely set it down on the red planet.
Japanese electronics industry debates future amid turmoil
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4/22/2013   39 comments
Japanese engineers from competing electronics companies gather in one room to exchange punches, parries, and predictions for Japan's electronics industry.
Android code shifts media jobs to Ceva
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4/18/2013   Post a comment
Software from Ceva shifts media threads running under Android from a CPU or GPU to its DSPs.
Slideshow: Reinventing Networking for the IoT
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4/17/2013   5 comments
Vint Cerf kicked off the Open Networking Summit here saying software-defined networking promises a comms revolution, but demos showed it’s still in an early phase.
Linear Technology Corp.’s LTC6957 is a DC to 300MHz dual output buffer/driver/logic translator
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4/11/2013   Post a comment
Linear Technology’s dual output sine wave to logic converter uses selectable input filtering for lowest additive jitter.
Cypress spins low-cost PSoC 4 dev board
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4/10/2013   7 comments
Element 14 is taking orders for the PSoC 4 Pioneer Kit from Cypress Semiconductor, which costs $25 and comes with the Creator integrated design environment.
Intel previews server and Thunderbolt chips
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4/10/2013   4 comments
Intel tipped a few details about three upcoming Atom server SoCs in Beijing and announced new Thunderbolt controllers in Las Vegas.
Software defined networks snare open source spotlight
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4/8/2013   3 comments
A consortium of large comms and software giants to provide open source code for software defined networks.
Texas Instruments Inc. SN65LVDS324 image sensor receiver IC
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4/3/2013   Post a comment
TI’s 1080p60 sensor-to-processor IC reduces video system size and power consumption.
Micron, Samsung, Hynix agree to 3-D memory spec
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4/2/2013   Post a comment
The three top memory makers are among more than 100 companies releasing a specification for a 3-D DRAM and logic module called the Hybrid Memory Cube.
3-D IC stacks pushed back to 2015
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4/2/2013   6 comments
Globalfoundries reports on a functioning 3-D wafer-level stack with through silicon vias as the industry pushes out plans for such products to 2015 or later.


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