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9|2|2014 The server market has been a battlefield where ARM has been bloodied in recent years. The collapse of Calxeda at the end of 2013 was a body blow, but the ...

9|2|2014 TAIPEI — With ARM reigning as king of the CPU IP market and Android dominating mobile operating systems, is there any room for anyone with new ...

8|29|2014 TAIPEI — It’s official. Microchip Technology CEO Steve Sanghi, once known as a skeptic on the Internet of Things, wants to join the parade big time, ...

8|28|2014 TAIPEI — Display suppliers are in the know. The companies exhibiting at Touch Taiwan, an international touch-panel and optical film exhibition this week, ...

8|28|2014 Wireless charging startup Energous has announced a collaboration with Dialog Semiconductor to help develop a market for the company's over-the-air wireless power ...

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Just a few years ago, 3G technology appeared largely unsuitable for M2M. Besides use in a few high-bandwidth applications, there did not seem to be any incentives to ...
The trillion-sensor world is not going to happen anytime soon.
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You can never have too much battery life in portable devices. That's a given, but what about the wired networks? They also use too much power, and let's face it, power is ...
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LG and Samsung just couldn't contain themselves: Both companies showed off new smart wearables just days before the IFA trade show starts in Berlin. LG's device uses ...
On Aug. 25, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 962, which requires "kill switches" on smartphones sold in California, starting July 1, 2015.
It's late August, so that means next-generation iPhone hype is once again peaking. Apple has a press event scheduled for September 9, where it's widely believed the ...
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