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Touch Control Improvements Address Industrial Needs
Very Tasty Solar Media Player & Power Bank
The SP-5000 solar-powered power bank and media player also offers a rainproof, dustproof, shockproof case for your MP3 player or smartphone.
New EDA Company, AtaiTec, Announces Next-Gen Signal Integrity Suite
AtaiTec has developed a suite of simple, accurate, and cost-effective tools -- ISD, ADK, X2D -- to enhance existing SI flows.
Modern Design Tools Facilitate Tuning DDR4 Signal Paths
Adjusting the lengths of signal tracks so that the delays are matched and meet the DDR4 specification would be an almost impossible task without modern design tools.
Intel, Microsoft Improve Odds for Augmented Reality
Microsoft unveils HoloLens and Intel invests in AR glasses. Are we seeing 2015 finally becoming the year when AR/VR starts going mainstream in earnest?
10 Eye-Opening IC Insights
The semiconductor industry will step ahead at a decent 7% growth pace in 2015, with foundries and fabless growing in double digits - but look out for 2018.
Increased Functionally Drives Flash Array Adoption
Early all-flash arrays were dedicated to a single application, but enterprises are looking for vendors that support mixed workloads and offer data services, and evaluating flash beyond just the cost per gigabyte
New Technology Detects Cyberattacks By Power Consumption
Startup's "power fingerprinting" approach catches stealthy malware within milliseconds in DOE test.
Imagination Sees Life Beyond Games
Imagination Technologies continues to hedge its bets on graphics-based processing, showcasing a variety of demonstrations based on its PowerVR GPU at International CES.
Motion Control Comes to Masses with TI Launchpad
Prototyping of brushless motor control systems has required specialized expertise, but a new offering from TI aims to change that.
Holographic Images for Healthcare
Like a scene from a science fiction film, this new holographic technology allows doctors and surgeons to view and interact with virtual representations of organs in real-time.
Wide-Spread SSD Encryption is Inevitable
As vendors have steadily released self-encrypting SSDs for client devices over the past year, the trend is starting to hit enterprise storage and all-flash arrays, driven by customer demand and regulatory changes
Banking Trojans Disguised As ICS/SCADA Software Infecting Plants
Researcher spots spike in traditional financial malware hitting ICS/SCADA networks -- posing as popular GE, Siemens, and Advantech HMI products.
Obnoxious Lights
Tom Burke continues on his quest to master the Arduino by implementing a simple project to annoy his co-workers.
BlackBerry CEO: Net Neutrality For Mobile Apps
CEO John Chen is asking legislators to expand the definition of net neutrality to ensure an open mobile app ecosystem. Irony, anyone?
4 Takeaways From Accenture's $14 Trillion IoT Prediction
Accenture's report says the industrial Internet of Things will create more jobs than it kills, but that companies aren't doing much to exploit it yet.
Startup Expands 3D to the Room
With still 26 days to go, Kickstarter project Immersis from French startup Catopsys has almost reached its funding goal of USD100.000, promising to turn any room into a fully immersive 3D interactive environment.
Friday Quiz: Inductance and Capacitance in Transmission Lines
High frequencies bring out the worst in components and signal traces.
Fraunhofer Develops MEMS Optical Grating for Medium Infrared
The Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS is developing a scanning grating spectrometer that operates in the medium infrared range from 3-microns to 12 microns wavelength. Many chemical substances that are significant for security monitoring have characteristic absorption lines in this region.
IoT Hears Two Cellular Calls
2G and LTE standards efforts promise lower cost, lower power versions of cellular links geared for the Internet of Things but won't be ready until at least 2016.