MUNICH — IC Insights compared the six most significant end-user markets for integrated circuits. These are the computer, consumer, communications, ...
OAKLAND, Calif. — Qualcomm announced its fifth-generation LTE modem, a Category 10 chip with global carrier aggregation, and second-generation RF360 ...
This past week, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway agreed to buy the Duracell brand battery products division from Procter & Gamble. Though primarily known for ...
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — An engineer from Jaguar Land Rover sketched out the guts of its latest cars and gave a sneak peek at plans for future ones in a ...
PORTLAND, Ore. — How would you like your smartphone battery's charge to last a week instead of a day? I suspect that the answer is an overwhelming "yes."
PORTLAND, Ore. — A new variety of carbon, called nanobuds, combines the best qualities of both fullerenes (constructed like a wire-frame soccer ball) and ...
SAN FRANCISCO - In a move to streamline business and combat dismal mobile financial results, Intel will merge its mobile and PC divisions in early 2015.
MUNICH — Demonstrating a Live LoRa IoT wireless network deployed in Munich during the run up to Electronica, Semtech was trumpeting its IoT Revolution ...
YOKOHAMA, Japan — STMicroelectronics, at this week's Embedded Technology 2014 show, trotted out the latest thing in robotics: an Italian humanoid called ...
The team that developed a handheld device that can provide hundreds of diagnostic values from a single drop of blood has won the Nokia Sensing XChallenge.
TORONTO — Infotainment systems are driving the increased adoption of SSDs as car owners expect more advanced navigation systems and richer entertainment ...
PORTLAND, Ore. -- The last remaining hurdle to flexible, bendable, rollable OLED displays allowing designers to create myriad devices that can bend, flex, and ...
OAKLAND, Calif. -- Although the smartphone market is nearly saturated in certain regions, Ericsson's annual mobility report forecasts increasing mobile ...
TORONTO - They'll print anything nowadays -- even memory and electronics on paper.
The Messe U-Bahn Crush Business Indicator
Peter Clarke 0 comments
Hurrah! Electronica was busy once again.
What Are You Wearing?
David Blaza 5 comments
I've been researching the wearables market for the past two weeks in preparation for ARM Wearables Week (an event at which I'm consulting), and I thought I would share ...
Qualcomm Takes Aim at Servers
Jim McGregor 6 comments
At the company’s annual financial analyst event, Qualcomm announced its foray into the server market, a move widely anticipated after recent hires and organizational ...
How to Help STEM the Tide of Unfilled Tech Jobs
Scott McGregor, President & CEO, Broadcom 8 comments
The Internet of Things (IoT) is in that burgeoning stage when anything can happen. The first bugs haven’t shown up, companies aren’t too worried about the ...
Secure Software Needs a Process
Dave Hughes, HCC Embedded 4 comments
The steady flow of software security issues making headlines has developed into a torrent. Each case is analyzed and generates similar comments: “If this was tested, ...
Want to Present a Paper at ESC Boston 2015?
Max Maxfield 7 comments
I tell you, I need more hours in each day. If I was having any more fun, there would have to be two of me to handle it all. For example, I just heard that I'm going to be both a speaker ...
No 2014 Punkin Chunkin, What Will You Do?
Martin Rowe Post a comment
American Thanksgiving is next week, and while some people watch (American) football all day, the real competition on TV has become Punkin Chunkin. But there will be no Punkin Chunkin on TV ...
Making the Grade in Industrial Design
Rich Quinnell 10 comments
As every developer knows, there are the paper specifications for a product design, and then there are the real requirements. The paper specs are dry, bland, and rigidly numeric, making ...
Book Review: Controlling Radiated Emissions by Design
Martin Rowe 1 Comment
Controlling Radiated Emissions by Design, Third Edition, by Michel Mardiguian. Contributions by Donald L. Sweeney and Roger Swanberg. List price: $89.99 (e-book), $119 (hardcover).