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5|24|2017 SAN FRANCISCO—Western Digital Corp. has substantially increased its offer to acquire Toshiba Corp.'s semiconductor business, offering nearly $17.8 billion, ...

5|22|2017 BOSTON — Counterfeit components are just about everywhere these days. Some are obvious if you give them a close inspection, but others are nearly ...

5|19|2017 LAKE WALES, Fla. ‐ Quantum annealing hardware like D-Wave's latest $15 million 2048-Qubit unit will not fit the real world problems at supply chain ...

5|19|2017 SAN FRANCISCO—Sondrel, an IC design services firm based in the U.K., has agreed to buy Imagination Technologies Group plc's IMGworks division for an ...

5|17|2017 SAN FRANCISCO—Sales of semiconductor sensors set a new all time high in 2016 thanks to the growth of embedded control, wearable electronics and Internet of ...

5|17|2017 SAN FRANCISCO—Defying typical seasonal weakness, worldwide shipments of silicon wafers increased sequentially in the first quarter, logging their highest ...

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In the current hypercompetitive business environment, companies cannot afford product delays or any service disruption, and this puts pressure on engineers to deliver ...
Dutch chip vendor NXP Semiconductor NV became the world's leader in microcontroller sales in 2016 by virtue of its acquisition of rival Freescale Semiconductor Inc. That ...
There are many functional safety applications targeting FPGAs, and designers are utilizing the functional safety specification to help drive delivery of highly reliable ...
It's taken a few years, but now, the last few remaining Radio Shack stores in Boston are closing. The parent company announced on March 8 that it was closing approximately ...
"The Hardware Hacker: Adventures in Making & Breaking Hardware" by Andrew "bunnie" Huang. No Starch Press, San Francisco, Calif. www.nostarch.com. Price: $29.95 (includes ...
Bernard Cole — embedded industry expert, writer, author, and EE Times/Embedded.com editor — passed away peacefully last weekend after fighting lung cancer.
Another week, another bucket full of reports, rumors and conjecture regarding the fate of Toshiba's semiconductor business.
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