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12|24|2014 PORTLAND, Ore. -- Combo magnetoelectric memory technology -- based on a multiferroic called bismuth ferrite -- uses 10 times less energy to switch bits than its ...

12|24|2014 LONDON — The company merger-and-acquisition trend that characterized 2013 was still present in 2014 but was, perhaps, slightly less frenzied. Nonetheless ...

12|23|2014 SAN JOSE, Calif. — China and India drove global growth in cellular infrastructure markets in 2014, according to analysts from Dell'Oro Group. China was the ...

12|24|2014 A lot of the excitement and press surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT) centers on home automation, wearable electronics, and other consumer applications. But ...

12|22|2014 ORLANDO, Fla. -- Consumer applications of MEMS get the most newspaper ink today, but industrial applications are also growing at a fast rate. Today, new ...

12|21|2014 Yes it’s the obligatory holiday tech gift list for people who don’t know what to buy an engineer for that special end of year celebration: Christmas, ...

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