BARCELONA — Researchers from Nokia and Ericsson detailed at the Mobile World Congress their work so far to find spectrum needed to carry a variety of 5G ...
IBM and HP slipped while Cisco and Lenovo gained share in the worldwide server market in 2014. That's the upshot of Gartner's fourth-quarter and full-year report ...
NUREMBERG, Germany — On Nvidia's booth at Embedded World, a robot arm was swinging a stereo camera assembly, in a drone-like fashion, demonstrating ...
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BARCELONA — In an opening salvo Monday at the GSMA World Mobile Congress, César Alierto, chief executive officer of Telefonica, Spain’s ...
PORTLAND, Ore. — IBM Corp. and Semtech Corp. have partnered with the open standards LoRa Alliance at the Mobile World Congress (MWC, Barcelona, Spain), ...
BARCELONA - Decisions on how to use 500 MHz to 1,000 MHz of additional spectrum for current and future 5G services must evolve with consensus among multiple ...
BARCELONA -- Intel announced a new family of SoCs and modems for mobile devices under its Atom brand, including what appear to be its first tablet chips with ...
BARCELONA — One Freescale executive who appears to have secured his spot in the soon-to-be merged NXP is Geoff Lees, senior vice president and general ...
TORONTO - Spansion is following in the footsteps of its HyperBus interface and HyperFlash announcements last year with the introduction of a companion RAM ...
BARCELONA – Marvell announced that it has open-sourced the company’s software crown jewel, KinomaJS.
SAN JOSE, Calif. — The proposed merger of NXP and Freescale creates a big company but not a substantially different one. With the exception of its size, ...
SAN JOSE, Calif. – The Khronos Group announced Vulkan, an update of the 20-year-old OpenGL graphics API that also could become the future for OpenGL ES in ...
SAN JOSE, Calif. – In one of the biggest consolidations in the semiconductor industry to date, NXP and Freescale have announced plans for a merger. If the ...
Smartphone, Samsung in Trouble
Rick Merritt 8 comments
It feels like trouble ahead for smartphones in general and Samsung specifically.
Intel Calls for 3D IC
Zvi Or-Bach 7 comments
At the recent ISSCC Intel presented the following slide. Quoting from Extremetech coverage: "At 10nm and below, the path forward will become increasingly murky. What Intel ...
Wireless Links to Provide Automation & Enhanced Efficiency in Medical Apps
Paul Dillien 0 comments
Two recent events led me to write this article. I have written several times about field-programmable radio frequency (FPRF) devices that can become nearly universal ...
Nvidia Gives Android a Console Play
Jon Peddie 4 comments
Nvidia has been steadily investing in and expanding the capabilities of its Shield product line and Grid server system. The original product, the Shield Portable, a game ...
Engineers Can Solve Great Problems
Fred Molinari 3 comments
Engineers love to solve big problems. They get turned on by engineering challenges to world issues, not just technological issues.
Musings With Regard To Being a One-Armed Engineer
Max Maxfield 7 comments
I had a bit of a scare recently. It gave me pause for thought, and the thought at the forefront of my mind was: "If I were to lose my left arm, how would this impact my ability to create ...
Leonard Nimoy, We'll Miss you
Martin Rowe 5 comments
Like many of you, I was saddened to hear the news of Leonard Nimoy's death. His Star Trek character Mr. Spock was an inspiration to many of us who entered technical fields.
Add USB Battery Charging Protocols to an Android-Based Design
Rajaram Regupathy, Cypress Semiconductor Post a comment
Editorial Note: Excerpted from Unboxing Android: A hands on approach with real world examples, by Rajaram Regupathy, the author takes you through the process incorporating effective power ...
Making the Grade in Industrial Design
Rich Quinnell 16 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 ...