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Ethernet Links Go Green
Everything that uses energy uses too much if it. Energy Efficient Ethernet reduces power in wired networks.
Android Wear: Where Are the Wares
Here are examples of some of the watches that use Android Wear.
Intel Wearables Contest Goes New Age
Emotional prosthetics, modular smartbands and sixth sense necklaces make up finalists for Intel's Make It Wearable Challenge.
The Internet of Things Versus Slumlords
Smart thermostats are not only for the well-to-do. One group is developing them to help keep tenement dwellers warm.
IBM Watson Speeds Drug Research
IBM Watson moves from supplying known answers to tough questions to making its own discoveries in life sciences and pharmaceutical research.
Samsung Funds III-V FinFETs in US Lab
Samsung is funding Penn State researchers working to fabricate III-V indium gallium arsenide FinFETs for possible use at the seven-nanometer node.
LG, Samsung Debut Smartwatches, Apple Lurks
LG's G Watch R and Samsung's Gear S do little to shake up the wearable market. Perhaps Apple's upcoming device will.
Imagination Takes On Raspberry Pi
Imagination Technologies has developed its own version of Raspberry Pi, using a MIPS-based processor from Ingenic.
California Smartphone Kill-Switch Law: What It Means
Do you understand the consequences of California's new smartphone anti-theft law? Our FAQ will clear up the confusion.
9 Insights From Hot Interconnects
Facebook described its network switch, while experts picked apart flaws in Ethernet, WiFi, InfiniBand, Linux, last-mile connections, and more at Hot Interconnects where one next-big-thing was silicon photonics.
Microchip in Pursuit of CSR
Microchip confirmed Thursday that it has had preliminary mutual discussions with CSR.
Are There Marsquakes on Mars?
A 2016 mission will investigate the stuff under the surface of Mars that the Curiosity Rover is currently investigating.
Friday Quiz: Forgotten T&M Companies
Remember the names of these test-equipment companies? Most are long gone, but a few remain.
Rohm Opens MEMS Foundry Operation
Rohm Co. Ltd. created a foundry business at the six-inch Miyazaki wafer fab of its Lapis Semiconductor subsidiary that integrates product design and manufacturing based on the combination of thin-film piezoelectric processes and MEMS.
Display Vendors Predict 10 Bold Directions
Display suppliers are in the know. The companies exhibiting at Touch Taiwan might not be willing to spill their best beans, but they know all about the specific screen sizes, thinness, and brightness demanded by Apple.
Power Week: RF Charging Startup & Dialog Semi Team Up for Over-the-Air Power
This week, "over-the-air" power got a boost when RF charging startup Energous and Dialog Semiconductor agreed to jointly develop a proof-of-concept reference design to help develop the market for a remote, wire-free charging technology.
9 Notorious Automotive Electronics Recalls
It's been a banner year so far for automotive recalls, including problems stemming from badly written code, flawed machinery and or flawed electronics. Here is a look at 8 of the recent automotive recalls involving electronics (hardware or software).
Indoor Navigation: The Next Big Thing
Custom system-on-chip from parent company mCube enables Ten Degrees to tackle indoor navigation with higher probability of success.
Data Centers May Ride on ASICs
Firebox, a research prototype in the works at UC Berkeley, aims to point the way to warehouse-scale computers for data centers in 2020 based on ASICs and optical links.
Product Compatibility Is a Constant Dilemma
Because most new products are based on previous ones, engineers and product managers must decide the importance of new features versus compatibility.