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7|7|2015 SAN FRANCISCO—Long-time semiconductor industry veteran and analyst Gary Smith died July 3 in Flagstaff, Ariz., following a short bout with pneumonia. He ...

7|7|2015 PORTLAND, Ore.—The first component that realizes the two-decades-old search for analog hardware that mimics the learning ability of the human brain's ...

7|7|2015 MUNICH—Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) need increasingly more computing power. But not just processing power: Processing data from such disparate ...

7|6|2015 SAN FRANCISCO—Tablet shipments are expected to decline in 2015 as the market loses momentum amid saturation among consumers in developed regions, according ...

7|6|2015 NEW YORK - Researchers from Samsung's Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), the company's R&D hub, have found a way to extend lithium-ion battery life using ...

7|6|2015 LONDON—Intel, the world's largest chip company, is set slip to third place in a ranking of chip companies compiled by Semico Research, based on forecast ...

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While attending DesignCon 2015, I had the chance to hear an interesting keynote presentation by Alex Lidow, CEO of Efficient Power Conversion, Inc., speak on the upcoming ...
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Segars shared an IoT wish list at the recent Imec Technology Forum that suggested semiconductor designers have their work cut out for them. Of course, the list started ...

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We at TechInsights have been on the hunt for Hynix’s high bandwidth memory (HBM) for the last few months and we finally have one in our lab.

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As Dylan McGrath reported earlier today, long-time semiconductor and electronic design automation (EDA) industry veteran and analyst Gary Smith passed away over the holiday weekend (see ...

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