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Micron Expands IoT & Auto Memory Products
Micron expanded its offerings for embedded applications and the connected automobile with new products launched at Eletronica.
Nexus 6 Vs. iPhone 6 Plus: Phablet Deathmatch
There's never been a better time to buy a big-screened phone. Here's how the Google Nexus 6 and the Apple iPhone 6 Plus stack up.
Moore's Law Competitor Wins $150K Elevator Pitch Prize
Quilt packaging wins $150,000 prize for best elevator pitch explaining a new MEMS-based device or technology.
Europe vs. Google
Google may not give much thanks for the gift Europe is about to hand it on Thanksgiving this year.
Stephen Hawking: How He Speaks & Spells
The technology that helped resurrect the life of Stephen Hawking after the physicist was stricken by Lou Gehrig's disease.
Sony's 3-Year Plan: Treading Water or Just Sinking?
Sony's three-year outlook for its mobile business "isn't aiming for size or market share," said Sony's new mobile chief.
HMC Spec Update Signals Healthy Adoption
The release of the Hybrid Memory Cube specification 2.0, along with early-stage products that make use of the potential successor to DRAM, suggests it will gain traction, starting with high-performance computing and networking applications.
Power Week: Si-Based Power Discretes to Continue to Dominate Over Next Decade
Discrete power electronics are predicted to become a $23 billion market by 2024, with fast-growing SiC- and GaN-based components grabbing a combined 13% share, and silicon continuing to remain the technology of choice.
Book Review: Deadly Odds by Allen Wyler
This is a great read that will have you on the edge of your seat shouting things like "Don't answer that telephone!"
Supercapacitors: A New Hero in the Spotlight
Today's supercapacitors are being used to replace rechargeable batteries in applications such as electric/hybrid vehicles, wearables, and more.
Your Part in the Recovery
Engineers and innovators are central to the slow but ongoing economic recovery, a top economist told a recent gathering of semiconductor executives.
Motor Controllers Offer Improved Noise Immunity
Operating at 5V gives these digital signal controllers enhanced noise immunity and system robustness.
NXP to Pick Up Its Missing IoT Link - Bluetooth Low Energy
In pursuit of the Internet of Things market, NXP Semiconductors has picked up a key technology conspicuously absent from its portfolio -- Bluetooth Low Energy -- from Quintic, a nine-year-old startup.
USB Oscilloscopes Get Beta Drivers for Open-Source Hardware
Pico Technology has released beta versions of drivers for BeagleBoneBlack and Raspberry Pi open-source controller boards.
It's Alive! The 3D Printing of Living Tissues
Within a generation, we likely will not just hear of things like 3D printed hearts serving as models, but as real, functioning organs.
Curiosity Killed the Cat (Just Call Me Mr. Curiosity)
Max desperately needs a cat deterrent, but how should this work? A 50,000V electric shock? Vaporization by high-powered lasers? Teleportation to another dimension?
Reading Memory: Diagnostics, Datacenters & Failures
Here's a roundup of recent design articles that are relevant to those working with or on memory technologies
Megachips to Launch DSP-Based Sensor Fusion IC
The growing sensor-fusion controller market for smartphones and wearable devices is about to meet a new competitor - this time from Japan. Megachips is rolling out a motion engine and sensor hub chip, dubbed Frizz.
MediaTek Plans $49 Million Investment in China's Chip Fund
Taiwan's largest chip designer has announced it will invest $48.9 million in a Chinese government fund as the company aims to sharpen its competitive edge in the world's largest cellphone market.
Reduce Noise When Making M-PHY Measurements
To make useful measurements on M-PHY Gear 3, you need a low-noise measurement system because of the low-amplitude signals.