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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 ...

11|25|2014 TAIPEI — MediaTek, Taiwan’s largest chip designer, has announced that it will invest 300 million yuan renminbi (US$48.9 million) in a Chinese ...

11|24|2014 SAN JOSE, Calif. — A startup founded by two teenagers is designing a parallel processor that it hopes delivers a 10x leap in performance per watt for ...

11|24|2014 YOKOHAMA, Japan — Japan, which once looked like a world leader as it pushed its Home Energy Management System (HEMS) and the smart home standard, is now ...

11|21|2014 OSAKA, Japan -- Most engineers in the US don’t know Megachips. Never heard of it. Even over here, only a few cognoscenti in the Japanese electronics ...

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11|21|2014 OAKLAND, Calif. -- Intel is back on track with mobile, company officials said at an annual investor meeting. The company's fiscal outlook for 2015 included ...

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In today's increasingly device-centric world, design engineers are facing a proliferation of low-end, small-screen product requirements that require big system performance.
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 ...
A recent article, "Five Challenges to FPGA-Based Prototyping," explored some of the questions regarding FPGA-based prototyping and helped debunk the myths surrounding the ...
Estimating likely power consumption of a piece of silicon before building it is necessarily an approximate endeavor -- not quite divining the future by poking through ...
Pitching your product using an iffy benchmarking result has been done before. It’s called marketing. Calling others out for iffy benchmarking as part of your ...
As you may recall, it was close to a year ago that Plunify and OneSpin announced they were joining forces on a cloud computing environment with formal verification for ...
Qualcomm reported earnings and revenues slightly below Wall Street expectations for its fourth quarter this week, and it gave cheery guidance for its next quarter and next ...
In a recent interview with EE Times, Freescale Semiconductor's CEO Gregg Lowe talked about "cars that won't get into accidents." He said, "Imagine you have a 16-year-old ...
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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).