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11|28|2014 LONDON — The number of Internet connections will grow from 9 billion in 2014 to 100 billion devices by 2020, according to market research firm Radiant ...

11|28|2014 PORTLAND, Ore. -- The most accurate gyroscope in the world, Qualtre Inc. (Marlborough, Mass.) claims, is its newest bulk-acoustic wave (BAW) single-axis ...

11|27|2014 NEW YORK -- In November, Micron went big in DRAM, flash, SSD, and eMMC, most notably with announcements at Electronica. I caught up with Amit Gattani, senior ...

11|26|2014 MADISON, Wis. – For the ailing Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony Corp., now is apparently not the time for boast and bluster. Sony is talking softly ...

11|25|2014 MADISON, Wis. — In pursuing the growing Internet of Things market, NXP Semiconductors has picked up a key technology piece that was conspicuously absent ...

11|25|2014 OSAKA, Japan — The emerging sensor-fusion controller market for smartphones and wearable devices is about to meet a new competitor -- this time out of left ...

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