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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.
Touch Taiwan: Display Vendors' 10 Bold Forecasts
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.
White Goods Consolidation Drives Power Deals
The power semiconductor industry has seen two key announcements this week, highlighting some serious consolidation, all driven by agitation in the white goods market.
How I Hacked My Home, IoT Style
It didn't take long to find a score of vulnerabilities in my home entertainment, gaming, and network storage systems.
The Internet of Overhyped Things
Vendors and analysts would have us believe that the Internet of Things is imminent. In fact it will be years before the obstacles it faces can be surmounted.
Apple Preps Jumbo iPad
Apple is preparing a larger version of its iPad for release in 2015. The bigger iPad, with a screen as big as those of laptops, could help Apple stir up fresh interest in its tablets.
Apple's iPhone 6: What to Expect
What will the iPhone 6 look like? And when will it be available? Current rumors and supposed-part leaks are incomplete and sometimes even contradictory. Here's another best guess.
Windows Threshold May Merge Windows Phone, RT
Microsoft's upcoming Windows Threshold operating system reportedly will merge Windows Phone and Windows RT into one user interface for ARM-based mobile devices.
Forget iPhone: 4 Megatrends in China's Smartphone Market
Touch Taiwan is exposing some of Asia's techno-political tensions, focused on one question: Who will own the display technologies likely to dominate the rapidly changing smartphone market in China?
Google's Project Ara Is Science Fiction, Says Critic
Google's Project Ara to develop a modular mobile smartphone is destined to remain nothing more than a science project, warns blogger and former senior analyst Richard Windsor.
Aging Brass: Cow Poop vs. Horse Doo-Doo
There are myriad ways to artificially age brass, including the use of salt, vinegar, ammonia, and temperature. The more daring among us may also consider cow and/or horse manure.
Google Preps Virtual Network
Google described Andromeda, a central server-based controller users will be able to access to create, run, and extend virtual networks running in Google's data centers.
Getting Your First Sales Pick Right
A company needs to create a repeatable sales process to grow and thrive. This means a template for a successful customer engagement can be described and taught to new team members, who are expected to become productive in a few months.
The People Who Created Our Jobs
Without the likes of Ohm, Faraday, Henry, and many others, we would not have the electrical engineering jobs we have today.
Mobile Engineering: 10 Cheap, Mostly Android Apps
Whether Android- or Apple-based, your mobile phone can be an engineering design tool with the right apps. Here are a handful of popular apps that engineers use to tackle engineering tasks.