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Cars Made to Order at Retail
News & Analysis  
9/19/2014   3 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.”
5G Rise Slowed by Cost, Regulation
News & Analysis  
9/15/2014   1 comment
Much needs to be done to secure the infrastructure necessary for fifth-generation wireless communications and the use of millimeter wave technology. As researchers at NYU Polytechnic’s wireless research center make strides in mapping and measuring frequencies between 10 and 300 GHz, Moore's Law and governmental regulations are slowing the process.
Intel Buys Powerwave Patents
News & Analysis  
9/12/2014   5 comments
Intel acquired more than 1,400 patents and patent applications from Powerwave Technologies. The company purchased the patent portfolio for an undisclosed amount from an affiliate of The Gores Group, which obtained the patents following Powerwave's bankruptcy.
5G Research Rides MM Waves
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9/11/2014   Post a comment
Connectivity is difficult in dense urban areas, but using higher frequencies will be the answer to connectivity issues, with 5G in full use by 2020. Following an “enormous response” by attendees at the Brooklyn 5G Summit, researchers at NYU Wireless are furthering their investigation into the 5G spectrum and millimeter wave frequencies.
Apple Watch Misnomer: Wireless Charging
Blog  
9/9/2014   10 comments
The Apple Watch also came out at Apple's grand debutante ball for the next-gen iPhone. The Cult of Apple may be the kick in pants the smartwatch market needs, but this watch's charging method does little to advance the wireless charging standards battle.
Small Cells Tipped by Big 3
News & Analysis  
9/9/2014   7 comments
Nokia Networks, Ericsson, and Alcatel-Lucent announced updates to their small cell base stations, highlighting migration to LTE-Advanced with features such as carrier aggregation and easier connections to heterogeneous networks.
B’com Upgrades WiFi, BT Combo
News & Analysis  
9/5/2014   2 comments
roadcom announced a next-generation WiFi 2x2 Multiple Input Multiple Output combo chip for mobile devices. The BCM4358 chipset aims to improve user experience on various connected devices by partitioning Bluetooth and WiFi communications.
Comment: Release dates - Jessica Lipsky - 9/5/2014
Employees at Apple Supplier Factory at Risk, Report Says
News & Analysis  
9/4/2014   9 comments
A factory in Suqian, China was found to have a number of serious health and safety, environmental, and human rights violations, according to a report from China Labor Watch and Green America. Catcher manufactures metal iPad covers and other parts for fifth generation iPhones and contracts with Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo, Sony, HTC, Motorola and others.
Startup Gestures for Home Control
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9/4/2014   Post a comment
Clapping to turn lights on and off may too gimmicky in the unfolding Internet of Things, so a Minnesota startup is taking home automation into the 21st century. Playtabase aims to manufacture its Reemo automation system as a bridge product between ease of access and health.
Nokia Upgrades LTE-A Systems
News & Analysis  
9/3/2014   2 comments
Nokia today announced upgrades to its network that would allow operators to migrate WiMAX networks to TD-LTE-Advanced. The company’s 3.5 GHz carrier aggregation capable radio with new TD-LTE-Advanced features aims to smooth the transition to more advanced networks as well as improve service in dense user environments.
IoE: Internet of Earthquakes?
Blog  
9/2/2014   9 comments
Wakeup call: Data scientists at Jawbone recently published findings on the quake’s effect on sleep. Ninety-three percent of Jawbone UP wearers in Napa, Sonoma, Vallejo, and Fairfield -- all less than 15 miles from the epicenter -- woke up at 3:20 a.m. when shaking began.
Live Chat Wednesday, Aug. 27: Is iPhone Relevant?
Blog  
8/26/2014   7 comments
Join industry analysts and EE Times editors for a live online chat on Wednesday, Aug. 27, at 1:00 p.m. EDT, to discuss the iPhone 6 announcement and whether Apple phones are still relevant in a growing, Android-based, inexpensive market.
Intel Shrinks 3G Chip for IoT
News & Analysis  
8/25/2014   10 comments
Intel’s latest modem for the mobile Internet of Things, the XMM 6225, aims to grow into the market with cellular communications and high levels of integration. The company is touting the platform as the industry’s smallest, with a 300 mm2 footprint.
Microsoft Counters Google Chromebook
News & Analysis  
8/20/2014   12 comments
Microsoft is gearing up in its fight to bring Windows to the lower end of the laptop market. The company earlier announced it would sell sub $200 versions of its Lumia smartphone, and will target this price range again with Windows OS laptops for $199 and $249.
Intel Haswell Bug Won't Bite Many
News & Analysis  
8/18/2014   5 comments
bug found in Intel’s Haswell processors may have the potential for system disruption, but most users will likely not encounter any issues. The error will also be included in upcoming Broadwell Y-series chips for use in Core M-based tablets.
Wearables for Video Capture Smart Glasses Debate
News & Analysis  
8/18/2014   4 comments
Pivothead’s HD video glasses are more honest about intent when compared to Google Glass, an executive said. The sporty glasses exclusively capture pictures, voice, and video but forsake a heads-up display.
Comment: Analyst view - Jessica Lipsky - 8/14/2014
Comment: Monopoly - Jessica Lipsky - 8/14/2014
Intel's Big Data to Fight Parkinson's Disease
News & Analysis  
8/14/2014   6 comments
Intel is collaborating with The Michael J. Fox Foundation (MJFF) to use big data analytics in research and treatment for Parkinson's disease. A multi-phase study used the specially created analytics platform to detect patterns in participant data collected from wearable technologies used to monitor symptoms.
Intel Strengthens Servers With Avago Networking Buy
News & Analysis  
8/14/2014   9 comments
In a move to improve its network to provide for future bandwidth demands and satisfy a strengthening server market, Intel will acquire LSI’s Axxia Networking Business and related assets for $650 million in cash.
Comment: Useless? - Jessica Lipsky - 8/11/2014
Qi Won’t Go for Distance
News & Analysis  
8/7/2014   2 comments
The Wireless Power Consortium announced an update to its wireless charging spec Qi and while it may seem like an incremental change, officials say the new resonant option is on the right track for the safest method of charging.
Rosetta Probe Orbits Comet
Slideshow  
8/6/2014   10 comments
Talk about playing hard to get -- the European Space Agency's Rosetta Probe has arrived at a comet following a 10-year chase. The probe was originally launched in March 2004 and a 220-pound landing device will descend on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in November.


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