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Pedestrian Dead Reckoning Enables Indoor Navigation Without WiFi
News & Analysis  
12/16/2013   12 comments
Sensor Platforms Pedestrian Dead Reckoning (PDR) addition to its FreeMotion Library gives original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) the means to enable indoor navigation, more detailed activity monitoring, sports/health applications, and a whole range of new location-based services.
Transmitter Chip Boosts Optical Fiber Capacity 10X
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12/9/2013   5 comments
Researchers claim a new transmitter chip can increase fiber optic capacity in existing networks by 10 times.
Stanene May Be Better Than Graphene
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12/3/2013   13 comments
Move over graphene. A new material called stanene combines the best properties of a room temperature superconductor with the ease of fabrication of metal deposition with tin instead of copper.
Mobile Boosts Processor Market
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12/2/2013   12 comments
PCs are down, but smartphones and tablets are up. IHS predicts processor market will have had a 24-percent growth spurt in 2013.


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