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Sensors for Wearables Market to Double in 2015
Market analysis and forecast organization IHS thinks that Apple's Watch will stimulate and set a standard for fitness and health monitoring features on wearable electronics devices.
World's Wireless Record Breaks 40 Gbit/s
A whole world of engineers is shooting for the next speedup in wireless communications beyond the LTE Advanced 1 Gbit/s ceiling. Now researchers have demonstrated 40 Gbit/s wireless speeds to be used for backhaul for now but for commercial users someday.
Intel, Partners Reveal Privacy Survey
The average person's device ecosystem is expanding, exponentially increasing the amount of data and security risks. Intel and several of its partner organizations recently discussed big data and ways to mollify users who are uneasy about access to their information.
Big Data & IoT Incite Complexity in Semi Industry
Moving forward, semiconductor industry trends can be predicted by the 3V model of Big Data -- Velocity, Variety, and Volume.
Vetinari Clock: Decisions, Decisions, Decisions …
Many actions are proceeding apace, but decisions need to be made with regard to the layout of the front panel.
Moving Towards Requirements-Driven Verification & Test
A evaluation of the pros, cons, and potential obstacles to Requirements-Driven Verification and Test.
DesignCon Trick for a Treat Contest Opens
Got a quick design trick to share with the EDN/EETimes community? Now's your chance to show off. DesignCon has opened its Trick for a Treat giveaway.
EEs Explore Life After CMOS
Technologists at an IEEE event explored the technical and social challenges engineers face as Moore's Law gradually comes to an end.
IoT Core, ARM SoCs Debut
A handful of embedded SoCs, cores, and buses will debut from ARM, Freescale, Marvell, and others at this week's Linley Tech Processor Conference, including an ultra-low-power IoT core and a RapidIO effort aimed at 6-bit ARM SoCs.
Tiny Display Rides Maker Wave
Startup Tiny Circuits looks to bridge the gap between hobbyists and OEMs with a variety of Ardunio-based click-and-play pieces.
Intel, IBM Dueling 14nm FinFETS
The duel of the FinFETs will take place between Intel and GlobalFoundries now that it has taken over manufacturing of semiconductors from IBM with the details of architectures here.
Solving a 49-Year-Old Conundrum
Based on the technology available to a 10-year-old boy in 1965, can anyone solve Ivan's 49-year-old conundrum?
TI's Rosy Outlook Defies Microchip's Gloom
TI reported third-quarter results above expectations, indicating no industry corrections in sight. The solid results came 10 days after Microchip made a downward revision in its revenue forecast.
Circular Marketing
Nanette Collins continues on her brave quest to educate engineers as to the value of good PR and marketing.
Energizing the Young Engineers of Tomorrow
Young Jacob is working on programming the Arduino to make his robot's eyes flash messages in Morse code. We may have an engineer in the making.
Memory Transition Prompts Testing Uptick
As DDR4 starts to see some traction, test equipment manufacturers are seeing increased demand for their tools as system builders look to guarantee compliance and interoperability.
TI Beefs Up Driver Assist, Digital Cockpit
Car OEMs' growing desire to meet or exceed higher NCAP ratings is driving chip suppliers to develop more sophisticated ADAS SoCs. TI is rolling out two types of solutions: "safety critical" and "informational" ADAS processors.
iPhones Drive Apple Record, iPads Drop 13%
Apple experienced a record fourth quarter with increased revenue, net profits, and margins. During a conference call, company officials speculated about mass handset and PC growth across regions, which has led to the strongest revenue growth rate in seven quarters.
Swapfests: Good Sources of Used Test Equipment
You can always find vintage test equipment such as meters and oscilloscopes, many from companies that are long gone.
Understanding Peak Floating-Point Performance Calculations
FPGAs with hardened floating-point DSP blocks are now available, providing up to 10,000 GFLOPs in high-end devices.