TORONTO - Flash arrays are here to stay, according to recent research released by IDC, and adoption is growing at a rapid pace.
SAN FRANCISCO - Imagination Technologies continues to diversify its bets beyond mobile games running on its graphics cores. The company showed a broad set of ...
SEATTLE - Since the advent of the Arduino, a flood of low-cost development boards have become available to help speed and simplify embedded systems development. ...
TORONTO - The recent Sony hack grabbed headlines in large part due to the political fallout, but it's not the first corporate enterprise to suffer a high profile ...
PARIS -- With still 26 days to go, Kickstarter project Immersis from French startup Catopsys has almost reached its funding goal of USD100.000, promising to turn ...
LONDON -- The Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS is developing a scanning grating spectrometer that operates in the medium infrared range from ...
SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Versions of 2G and LTE standards in the works promise lower cost, lower power versions of cellular links geared for the Internet of ...
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Intel, Microsoft and Autodesk are quietly investing in "programming" living organisms -- potentially merging biology with electronics. However, ...
SAN FRANCISCO - Analog, MEMS, and sensor vendor AMS announced an integrated spectrometer for smart lighting management, the AS721x. Company officials believe ...
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Scientists have demonstrated a doubling of the number of electrons produced by carbon-based photovoltaic polymer potentially doubling the ...
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Any embedded device can made to recognize 3D gestures in mid-air, with the addition of the new GestIC from Microchip Technology Inc. (Chandler, ...
TOKYO — Best practices for compliance to any standards start with documentation.
Improving dendrite formation control could lead to the batteries being charged within minutes instead of hours.
OAKLAND, Calif. - Microsoft demonstrated several applications for Windows 10 at a live event today, highlighting the operating system's cross-device ...
Tom Burke 5 comments
As I mentioned in my previous column (see Getting to Grips With an Arduino & LabWindows/CVI), when I purchased my Arduino Uno, I also purchased a NeoPixel Shield.
Holographic Images for Healthcare
Ariella Brown 7 comments
It looks like something out of a science fiction film: a human heart floating in mid-air in such a way that a doctor can walk around it and see it in action from all ...
New Technology Detects Cyberattacks By Power Consumption
Kelly Jackson Higgins 2 comments
A security startup launching early next week uses trends in power consumption activity, rather than standard malware detection, to spot cyberattacks against power and ...
DesignCon: PCB Design Tools Track Covers DDR4, Differential Crosstalk
EDN staff 0 comments
The sixth conference track at this year's DesignCon is Apply PCB Design Tools, which explores effective high-speed design and design choices using a wide range of E-M ...
Friday Quiz: Inductance and Capacitance in Transmission Lines
Eric Bogatin 0 comments
Interconnects always behave like transmission lines. A transmission line model is always a good place to start when modeling any interconnect. Sometimes, especially at low ...
Is Your System Cyber-Secure?
Max Maxfield 22 comments
Until recently, I was under the impression that my computer system in general -- and my precious data in particular -- was reasonably secure against the forces of evil, but then my eyes ...
Bloopers Book Helps Improve GUI Development
Rich Quinnell 2 comments
Courtesy of fellow editor "Max" Maxfield (aka Max the Magnificent), I recently acquired a copy of GUI Bloopers 2.0 by Jeff Johnson of UI Wizards. I found it an interesting read chock full ...
Make This Engineering Museum a Reality
Martin Rowe Post a comment
Vincent Valentine is a man on a mission. He wants to make the first house to ever have a telephone into a telephone museum. Without help, it may not happen.
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 ...