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8|21|2014 PARIS — Infineon Technologies will buy California-based International Rectifier for about $3 billion in cash, in a move described as the German ...

8|20|2014 PARIS — As competing wireless networking technology providers gun for the smart home market, many contenders believe that the heart of the matter for the ...

8|21|2014 Fabless chip company mCube Inc., of San Jose, Calif., has formed Ten Degrees Inc. as a wholly owned subsidiary to focus on business related to indoor navigation.

8|20|2014 SAN JOSE, Calif. — ARM-based servers are coming, but even more slowly and perhaps more narrowly than once thought, according to companies that expect to ...

8|20|2014 NEW YORK - Microsoft is gearing up in its fight to bring Windows to the lower end of the laptop market. The company earlier announced it would sell sub-$200 ...

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Tech Insight: Hacking the Nest Thermostat
John H. Sawyer, Dark Reading
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Researchers at Black Hat USA demonstrated how they were able to compromise a popular smart thermostat.

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China Wants to Be No. 1
Handel Jones, International Business Strategies
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China has an ambitious goal to ramp up its production of semiconductors, becoming a major factor in the global supply chain with smartphones one of its key targets.

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Jack Ganssle
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Many years ago, I dated a very successful lady of colorful character who, to my initial puzzlement, saw a shrink once a month.

Pablo Valerio

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EU to Boost RFID Use & Privacy
Pablo Valerio
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Although radio-frequency identification (RFID) has been around for many years, its use has not been properly regulated until now. Regulation did not seem necessary ...

Junko Yoshida

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Analog Bits to Design Mixed-Signal IPs for China
Junko Yoshida
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MADISON, Wis. — We all know we wouldn't be seeing such rapid growth among China's fabless chip companies if firms like ARM, Imagination Technologies, and Ceva hadn't ...

Steve Taranovich

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Autonomous Vehicles: Ready for Road Challenges Yet?
Steve Taranovich
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I was at CES in Las Vegas this year and managed to get a ride on Induct's driverless vehicle Navia on a closed track, traveling at 12.5 mph. That’s pretty safe. ...

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This collection of places from technology history, museums, and modern marvels is a roadmap for an engineering adventure that will take you around the world. Here are just a few spots ...

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