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Beyer on WSTS: 'We will fix this'
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3/30/2012   3 comments
SIA Chairman and Freescale CEO Rich Beyer expressed confidence in SIA’s ability to regain Intel’s and AMD’s participation in WSTS.
Analog Devices to launch dual-core Blackfin with a vision accelerator
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3/28/2012   4 comments
In a move to cash in on the embedded vision markets, Analog Devices, Inc. is rolling out a family of 1-GHz, dual-core Blackfin processors integrated with a vision accelerator.
MEMS' new battleground: Hardware-agnostic sensor fusion?
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3/26/2012   7 comments
As more and more MEMS sensors are showing up in mobile devices, the focus of MEMS design has begun shifting from discrete MEMS components to MEMS sensor data integration.
Is 'vision' the next-gen must-have user interface?
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3/23/2012   21 comments
Earlier this month, IMS Research issued a press release questioning if Apple and the iPad are falling behind competitors in user interface technologies.
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