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7|28|2014 LONDON — STMicroelectronics NV has set up an anechoic chamber in Taipei, Taiwan, for use in MEMS microphone application development.

7|25|2014 With the acquisition of neighboring cloud business Koubachi AG, Zurich-based company Sensirion is gearing up to meet the increasing demand for cloud-based sensor ...

7|25|2014 Sony Corp. has said it plans to invest 35 billion yen (about $340 million) to increase its production of stacked CMOS image sensors in support of demand for them ...

7|25|2014 SAN JOSE, Calif. — "The space community doesn't think big enough," said Simon P. "Pete" Worden, the director of NASA's Ames Research Center in a keynote ...

7|25|2014 MADISON, Wis. -- Freescale Semiconductor announced Thursday solid second-quarter financial results, with the company’s net sales at $1.19 billion, compared ...

7|24|2014 MADISON, Wis. — After Apple’s latest quarterly announcement Tuesday, which showed reasonable but slow-growing results, the second-day spin on Apple's ...

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