In tribute . . .
We were saddened by the news this week that our colleague John Fontanella, vice president of research at AMR Research, passed away Nov. 30 of a heart attack. I have worked with John for years and found him to have wit, intelligence and grace. For those who knew John, the family has setup
a guestbook to share thoughts and memories.
Wearable technology will take off when people can wear it, not when the technology wears people, as it mostly does today.
The recent ITA deal is a huge shot in the arm for the global economy and the semiconductor industry, eliminating tariffs on more than $1 trillion in global yearly sales of tech products.
In the final installment of a three-part series, two Berkeley professors describe Chisel, a new programming tool suitable for Agile hardware development.
With the impending close of Microchip’s $840 million acquisition of Micrel, Ray Zinn, Micrel’s CEO for the past 37 years, looks to a future that includes mentoring high-tech U.S. startups.
Another approach taken by IBM and Macronix to address phase change memory drift was to find a means of the reducing the statistical spraed of the resistance levels of MLC
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