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posted in April 2014
iFixit: Google’s Project Tango Features Apple Chip
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4/30/2014   4 comments
An iFixit teardown of Google's project Tango finds that a 3D imaging chip from Apple's PrimeSense. The question is whether Apple got the one up on Google with superior technology, or did Google beat Apple to the punch in using the chip first.
Startups Pioneer Printed Electronics
News & Analysis  
4/29/2014   4 comments
Kalamazoo, Mich., was once known as a paper mill town, but these days it is emerging as a center for a coming wave of printed electronics.
LG, Sony Disclose Smartwatch Details
News & Analysis  
4/23/2014   12 comments
LG offers more info about its upcoming Android Wear device, while Sony launches new colors and talks apps.
Slimming ICs to a Single Molecule Wide
News & Analysis  
4/23/2014   1 comment
Conductors with a layer of built-in insulation are helping chip developers control the power of nano-circuits, according to recent research from the University of Rochester.
BMW Hybrid, Apple CarPlay: 11 Trends from the NY Auto Show
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4/23/2014   Post a comment
At the 2014 New York Auto show, the focus turned toward hybrid and electric vehicles, as well as infotainment and smartphone integration designs, such as Apple's CarPlay.
New IC for Driverless LEDs
News & Analysis  
4/18/2014   4 comments
A Eurolighting module produces flicker-free LED light from 230 VAC.
Will ‘Makers’ Help Chip Guys’ Bottom Line?
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4/18/2014   44 comments
Are you seeing this newborn love among "makers," board vendors, and chip companies? What mystifies me is not so much the love part, but how anyone could eventually mistake this infatuation for good business.
Samsung Patent Leaks Point to Google Glass Competitor
News & Analysis  
4/17/2014   2 comments
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.
Samsung’s Galaxy S5 BOM Tops $250
News & Analysis  
4/16/2014   5 comments
IHS has estimated that the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone carries a $251.52 bill of materials price tag thanks to new components such as Qualcomm MSM8974AC processor, as well as a 802.11ac MIMO WiFi module. The device is also packed with sensors.
Google Contact Lens Patent Points to More Wearables
News & Analysis  
4/16/2014   4 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.
Land Rover SUV Packs Sensors, Lasers, HUD
News & Analysis  
4/15/2014   2 comments
The new Land Rover Discovery Vision Concept SUV is packed with so many high-tech systems it can barely manage to be a car.
Tunable Semiconductors Offer Better Detectors, Solar Cells
News & Analysis  
4/15/2014   1 comment
Researchers at Georgia State University have published a paper showing how to get a semiconductor to detect low-energy light sources. These tunable semiconductors could offer better detectors, as well as new types of solar cells.
The LED Patent Landscape
News & Analysis  
4/10/2014   2 comments
A new report finds that Philips and Cree hold the highest-quality patents when it comes to LEDs. Samsung and LG are also major patent holders.
Amino-Acid Semiconductors Promise Fast Phone Charging
News & Analysis  
4/9/2014   4 comments
At a recent Microsoft showcase in Tel Aviv, startup firm StoreDot showed a new system for charging devices using organic polymer materials rather than traditional silicon.
Samsung Researchers Celebrate Promising Graphene Breakthrough
News & Analysis  
4/7/2014   4 comments
A new manufacturing technique could accelerate use of the world's strongest material in computers and other products.
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.
Perovskite, a New Meta Material, Turns Light Into Power, Lasers
News & Analysis  
4/3/2014   7 comments
The amazing properties of perovskite have physics labs scrambling to be the first to put it out as a super-solar cell.
Apple Bidding for Chip Maker Renesas SP Drivers: Reports
News & Analysis  
4/2/2014   1 comment
Apple is reportedly bidding for Renesas SP Drivers, a Japanese company that makes the semiconductors for the iPhone display. Competition from co-owners may block such a deal for Apple, which has no other supplier for the chips.
'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?
MEMS, Magnetics Set to Lead Sensor Market Rebound in 2014
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4/1/2014   Post a comment
After two weak years of growth, the market for sensors, discrete devices, actuators, and others are expected to bounce back during the next 12 months.
Datacenters Drive 100G Race
News & Analysis  
4/1/2014   6 comments
Intel and Arista are the latest to lead a 100G link for datacenter switches in a race to deploy switches this year to handle a rising tide of Internet data.


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