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Comment: Other favorites - Jessica Lipsky - 12/22/2014
Holiday Movies to Geek Out About
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12/19/2014   1 comment
EE Times wants to ensure domestic bliss with a handy guide to science, tech, engineering, and math-related movies that the whole family can enjoy. Some of the season's neatest films are tailor made for the family geek(s) and those who love them.
Sony's Debuts Smartglasses Module
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12/18/2014   2 comments
Following up on prototypes demonstrated earlier this year, Sony has announced an attachable smartglass module that can turn various eyewear into augmented reality devices.
AMD Gives RF Mico Exec Ops Job
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12/17/2014   1 comment
AMD has hired James A. Clifford as its senior vice president of Global Operations, reporting to President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su. The former RF Micro exec will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of AMD’s end-to-end manufacturing and supply chain strategy.
Comment: Re: Bah humbug - Jessica Lipsky - 12/15/2014
Comment: Re: Bah humbug - Jessica Lipsky - 12/15/2014
Tiny Spectrometer Targets IoT
News & Analysis  
12/12/2014   14 comments
NanoLambda has developed an ultra-compact, low-cost spectrometer-on-a-chip to measure concentration and density based on wavelength. The chip is accurate to 1 nm with 10nm resolution for consumer and medical uses.
Women in Tech: Change the Conversation
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12/11/2014   34 comments
Entrepreneur Joanna Weidenmiller worries that the next generation of female techies will be deterred by too much emphasis on the negative.
Intel Rolls IoT Platform
News & Analysis  
12/10/2014   4 comments
Intel's new IoT platform aims to improve connectivity and security with an updated gateway, embedded security, and edge management software.
Smart Panel Ponders AI's Future
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12/9/2014   7 comments
Artificial intelligence is well on its way to entering the market by 2025, but it may look different then much of the public has imagined. AI could give systems the ability to talk to each other quickly and simply, or reason and make inferences.
Freescale Charges 15W Wirelessly
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12/8/2014   4 comments
Freescale is turning up power with a new set of wireless charging receivers and transmitters for larger mobile devices such as phablets, tablets, and handheld medical equipment. The Qi-compliant system is the first in the industry to reach the 15 Watt threshold.
IBM Plugs Partners Into Power
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12/8/2014   7 comments
IBM's Open Power Foundation is playing significant roles in the Coral supercomputer program, efforts to find new uses for flash memory, and the proliferation of Power processors in China and beyond.
Intel Picks Smartglass Partner
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12/4/2014   9 comments
Intel announced a multi-year research and development partnership with Italian company Luxottica to develop high-end smart eyewear. The chip maker is also expected to have silicon in the next generation Google Glass.
Comment: Re: Dead - Jessica Lipsky - 12/3/2014
Comment: Re: Dead - Jessica Lipsky - 12/3/2014
Intel X86 Eyes Google Glass
News & Analysis  
12/1/2014   11 comments
The next generation of Google Glass may have new guts, as an Intel x86 processor is expected to replace the existing Texas Instruments Omap chip.
Comment: Manufacturing - Jessica Lipsky - 12/1/2014
Experts Call for Secure Sensors
News & Analysis  
11/21/2014   9 comments
Sensor nodes are the most vulnerable point of attack in an Internet of Things ecosystem, so securing the trillions of sensors industry experts expect is of the utmost concern.
Comment: Realistic? - Jessica Lipsky - 11/21/2014
Comment: Motor City - Jessica Lipsky - 11/21/2014
Intel Expects 2015 Mobile Speedup
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11/21/2014   12 comments
Intel is back on track with mobile, company officials said at an annual investor meeting.
Comment: Re: 9x45 modem - Jessica Lipsky - 11/20/2014
Qualcomm Rides LTE to Cat 10
News & Analysis  
11/20/2014   4 comments
Qualcomm announced its fifth-generation LTE modem, a Category 10 chip with global carrier aggregation. The Gobi 9x45 modem and its second- generation RF360 envelope tracker are based on 20nm technology.
Comment: Re: Shell games - Jessica Lipsky - 11/19/2014
Intel Merges Mobile, PC Divisions
News & Analysis  
11/18/2014   25 comments
In a move to streamline business and combat dismal financial results for its mobile in the third quarter, Intel will merge its mobile and PC divisions. The transition is set to occur in early 2015.
Ericsson Forecasts 9.5B Smartphone Subs by 2020
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11/18/2014   3 comments
Although the smartphone market is near saturated in certain regions, officials at Ericsson believe there is much more space for connection. In its annual mobility report, the company forecast increasing mobile subscriptions and connections through 2020.
Breathalyzer Detects Diseases
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11/14/2014   19 comments
What if, with one big breath, you could determine your liver function or glucose levels? Researchers at the State University of New York, Stony Brook have developed a diagnostic breathalyzer that will make connotations with blood alcohol content a thing of the past.
Tiny Tattoos Sense Health
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11/13/2014   3 comments
Researchers at the University of California San Diego Center for Wearable Sensors have prototypes for several tiny, inexpensive sensors, including tattoos and micro needles, that will target the health market.
Trillion-Sensor Vision, Results Shared
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11/12/2014   3 comments
The proliferation of sensors from mobile, medical, and engineering applications will drive an “abundant” world free of pressing issues such as healthcare, according to speakers at the TSensors Summit held here. Sensors will be a key component in curing the world’s ills, and the world needs a roadmap.
Comment: Security - Jessica Lipsky - 11/12/2014
Comment: Barcode scanner - Jessica Lipsky - 11/11/2014
Sensors See Gestures, Barcodes
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11/11/2014   3 comments
AMS AG announced a new family of intelligent sensors for gesture control at this week's Electronica in Germany. The next-generation TMG399x line adds sensing functionality and barcode emulation for mobile and other consumer electronics.
Dell Research Updates Progress
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11/10/2014   3 comments
A year after its formation, Dell’s research arm is making strides in communications and focus on big data in medicine. Dell Research head Jai Menon talks future development in mobility, security, and machine learning.
Sensor Fusion Goes Open-Source
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11/6/2014   8 comments
A new industry group has formed to simplify the process by which sensor data is synthesized. The Accelerated Innovation Community is an open-source algorithm cooperative dedicated to improving the accuracy of sensors.
Big Data Goes Unicorn Hunting
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11/6/2014   6 comments
In today's big data era, the U.S. is starving for data scientists, according to panelists at Dell World here.
Comment: The down low - Jessica Lipsky - 11/5/2014
CTOs Wrestle With Mobile Security
News & Analysis  
11/4/2014   25 comments
At Dell World, a panel of chief technical officers discussed how to encourage adoption and development of secure mobile devices for the workplace.
Comment: Speed update - Jessica Lipsky - 11/3/2014
Chinese Startup Halves Cost of SSD
News & Analysis  
11/3/2014   16 comments
Sage Microelectronics is shipping an SSD controller IC capable of up to 5 terabytes on a single PCB with a standard 2.5 inch form factor.
China Blamed for Microchip Dip
News & Analysis  
10/30/2014   4 comments
Microchip Technology Inc. reported financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2015 ending Sept. 30. Officials said the company's decrease in sales is a reflection of the economic climate in China rather than internal issues.
Comment: Products - Jessica Lipsky - 10/30/2014
Comment: Safety - Jessica Lipsky - 10/30/2014
Comment: Selective use - Jessica Lipsky - 10/28/2014
Wearables Ready for Work, Survey Says
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10/28/2014   11 comments
A new survey finds that the majority of adults want wearables in their workplace, though the US remains behind in overall wearable acceptance.
Cisco Leads 2.5/5G Ethernet Effort
News & Analysis  
10/27/2014   11 comments
Aquantia, Cisco Systems, Freescale, and Xilinx have formed the NBASE-T Alliance to develop 2.5 and 5 Gigabit/second Ethernet specifications, plugging a hole between today's 1 and 10G standards for cost-sensitive enterprise uses.
Intel, Partners Reveal Privacy Survey
News & Analysis  
10/22/2014   1 comment
The average person’s device ecosystem is expanding, exponentially increasing the amount of data being created as well as associated security risks. In response to a recently released survey, Intel and several of its partner organizations recently discussed big data and ways to mollify the more than 80% of users who are uneasy about who, or what, has access to their information.
Tiny Display Rides Maker Wave
News & Analysis  
10/22/2014   7 comments
Startup Tiny Circuits looks to bridge the gap between hobbyists and OEMs with a variety of Ardunio-based click-and-play pieces.
iPhones Drive Apple Record, iPads Drop 13%
News & Analysis  
10/21/2014   9 comments
Apple experienced a record fourth quarter with increased revenue, net profits, and margins. During a conference call, company officials speculated about mass handset and PC growth across regions, which has led to the strongest revenue growth rate in seven quarters.
Comment: Acquisitions - Jessica Lipsky - 10/20/2014
Comment: Re: Prices? - Jessica Lipsky - 10/20/2014
Comment: Other uses - Jessica Lipsky - 10/17/2014
Apple Debuts Next-Gen Tablets, PC
News & Analysis  
10/16/2014   23 comments
Apple released updates to its iPad, PC, and operating systems during a live event today. The iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 3, iMac, and Apple Mini may look the same but are powered by faster chips and with much better graphics.
Comment: IoT connectivity - Jessica Lipsky - 10/15/2014
NYC Shines as Maker City
News & Analysis  
10/14/2014   2 comments
The maker movement is helping redefine manufacturing in New York City and around the world, a panel of city officials and industry experts said last month at MakerCon in New York City. Smaller production volumes, collective workspaces, and refined equipment are paving the way for a new industrial revolution.
Kickstarter Gives Tips for Startups
News & Analysis  
10/7/2014   4 comments
Design and tech projects make up 25% of the projects on crowdfunding site Kickstarter and account for 30% of funds raised. The trend is gaining steam, with many ARM-based devices, officials from Kickstarter and ARM said at ARM TechCon.
Comment: Re: invisible? - Jessica Lipsky - 10/6/2014
Comment: Re: invisible? - Jessica Lipsky - 10/3/2014
ARM Calls for 'Invisible' Technology
News & Analysis  
10/2/2014   5 comments
While the physical size of silicon is ever shrinking, connectivity, performance, and efficiency need to be even less visible to consumers.
ARM Partners Explore M7 Horizon
News & Analysis  
10/2/2014   5 comments
ARM partners discussed new use cases for the Cortex-M7 MCU, which promises high performance at 5 CoreMark/MHz and 2.14 DMIPs/MHz. Freescale is one of several early ARM partners deploying the M7 in its SoCs; other partners include Dolby and Atmel.
Sensors Build Case Against Cold
News & Analysis  
9/29/2014   7 comments
As some predict that New York’s easy summer may turn into a hellish winter, a local startup aims to fix the freeze. Heat Seek, grand prize winner of this year’s NYC BigApps competition in the live and connected device categories, wants to keep tenants warm with inexpensive temperature sensors.
Intel May Invest in Spreadtrum, Report Says
News & Analysis  
9/25/2014   8 comments
Rumors surrounding Intel’s possible investment in Chinese-government affiliated mobile chipmakers Spreadtrum Communications and RDA Microelectronics may bear weight, but also beg many questions.
Comment: My fave - Jessica Lipsky - 9/25/2014
Ericsson Dials Up Software, Services
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9/25/2014   Post a comment
To secure its place in a highly networked future, Ericsson has realigned its business to focus on software and services rather than hardware.
Comment: Table stakes - Jessica Lipsky - 9/24/2014
ARM Pumps Up MCU for IoT
News & Analysis  
9/23/2014   17 comments
ARM announced its next generation 28mnm process 32-bit Cortex-M7 processor for embedded applications in the industrial, infrastructure, and home automation markets. ARM bills the M7 as its most powerful MCU with double the compute and digital signal processing capability.
Maker Faire Meets the Big Apple
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9/22/2014   2 comments
Hundreds of large companies, startups, maker spaces, and scientists converged at Maker Faire, held at the New York Hall of Science in Queens this weekend. Makers big and small came with curiosity to play with hundreds of projects.
Cars Made to Order at Retail
News & Analysis  
9/19/2014   11 comments
Local Motors’sporty 3D printed car looks like licorice on wheels and cruised around a rocket playground while eager adults looked on. The vehicle innovation company – not car manufacturing, not motorcycle manufacturing – bills itself as a necessary alternative for consumers who want more choice.
Makers, Engineers Mix at NY Event
News & Analysis  
9/18/2014   2 comments
Educators and engineers from across the country attended New York’s Maker Conference, held at the New York Hall of Science, to discuss the intersection of making and engineering.
Android One Rides Mediatek
News & Analysis  
9/16/2014   5 comments
Taiwan’s leading mobile chip vendor will power Google’s Android One-branded, low-cost “high-quality” smartphones targeted at emerging markets. The initiative aims to put feature-rich handsets in a largely smartphone-less arena, which MediaTek dubs the “super-mid market.”


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