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7|15|2015 The GSMA has announced in Shanghai (July 14) that its Mobile World Congress will continue in Barcelona with the city maintaining its status as Mobile World ...

3|20|2015 BARCELONA -- Several Mobile Digital ID solutions were shown at Mobile World Congress (MWC), held here last month, but the traditionally PC-based technology is ...

3|13|2015 BARCELONA -- A bevy of legal and economic requirements may temper a bit of the excitement around 5G cellular, according to speakers at the Mobile World Congress.

3|12|2015 MADISON, Wisc. — How many CEOs in the semiconductor industry today are so possessed with their inner technology questions that they actually spend weekends ...

3|11|2015 BARCELONA — IoT and 5G stood out as the undisputed highlights of the World Mobile Congress last week.

3|10|2015 SAN JOSE, Calif. — More than 100 chips in or headed for production have taped out using FinFET-based process technologies, according to EDA tool vendor ...

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IBM Takes A Second Turn at PCM Drift
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The second of the two joint IBM-Macronix PCM papers at VLSI 2015 [1] presented an equally innovative new approach to the problem of a 2bit/cell MLC drift. In this case, ...

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Patent Search Supports View 3D XPoint Based on Phase-Change
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Intel and Micron chose not to reveal the materials they are using or the switching mechanism at play in their 3D XPoint non-volatile memory launched earlier this week. But ...

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Early in my career in technical journalism, I naively assumed that the key reason to apply for a patent was the legal protection it gave the applicant for an idea he or ...

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Last year, I came across some instrumentation challenege questions that had been published in Test & Measurement World a few years prior. The twelve questions were enough ...

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Test is not someone else’s problem
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Too often, PCB designers don't consider test strategy in their designs. Why should they - test is a manufacturing problem, right?

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Agile Design for Hardware, Part II
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We asked readers of Part I to guess the cost of a prototype run of 28 nm chips, as Agile development relies on a sequence of interim prototypes versus the One Big Tapeout ...

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The times they are a-changin', as Bob Dylan would say. For example, technologies that we couldn't have dreamed of when I was a kid have already come and gone (think "pagers" -- need I say ...

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PORTLAND, Ore. -- In the new James Bond movie Spectre, with actor Daniel Craig again playing 007, will feature an Aston Martin DB10 model designed especially for the movie--only 10 of ...

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