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Development Kit Targets Motion Control Design
TI's DesignDRIVE gives motion control developers a sandbox in which they can experiment with sensor and motor control topologies.
New Tool Automates Register Verification Process for FPGA, SoC & IP Designs
Registers are one of the first aspects of the design that must be tested because they contain the configuration settings for the hardware and are the basis of the hardware/software interface.
How the Apple Watch Can Collect Patient Data
A project in southern New Jersey is using Apple Watches to better understand the factors influencing treatment outcomes among women with breast cancer.
Intel, Altera, Moore...and Drinks
The on-again, off-again Intel/Altera acquisition was the talk of a cocktail hour sponsored by Imagination Tech where tech execs talked of Moore's Law and VR.
Huawei's Everything-Connected Game Plan
As Chinese Internet companies like Tencent, Alibaba and Xiaomi bulldoze into the local consumer electronics market with online strategies, the position of China's telecom giant Huawei grows ever more intriguing. Will Huawei join them or stand on its own?
Samsung Ramps 10nm in 2016
Samsung said its 10nm FinFET process node will be in full production by the end of 2016 and offers "significant power, area, ad performance advantages."
Friday Quiz: Losses in Power Devices
Power devices such as MOSFETs and IGBTs can waste power if not used properly. Test your knowledge of how to measure such losses.
HP Strikes China Deal, Sales Slump
The same day it reported declining quarterly results, Hewlett-Packard announced plans to create a $3.1 billion networking venture in China with an arm of Tsinghua.
Robot Revolution Initiative Launches in Japan
Seeking to lead the "robot revolution," Japan has initiated development of a five-year plan to dramatically expand the role of robots in industry and society.
Quarter-Sized, Magnetically Stackable Modules for Students and Makers
mCookies are small, powerful, Arduino-compatible modules for makers, designers, engineers, students, and curious tinkerers of all ages
Why Smartwatch Pulses Are Weak
Bloom Technologies aims to pave the way toward medical-grade wearables that can capture more useful data than today's gadgets including the Apple Watch.
Mao Zedong & Little Red Internet
Linking Internet leaders like Jack Ma with Chairman Mao
Self-Driving Cars Without Passengers
Forschungszentrum Informatik (FZI) is aiming for self-driving cars that you drop off at garage and then let them find a space and plug into recharge.
Apple Watch, Android Wear Updates Begin
The first update for the Apple Watch makes performance improvements across the board, while Google is finally sending Android 5.1.1 to its line of Android Wear wearables.
Crowdfunding Gives IoT a Boost
Wearable startups are getting more attention these days -- from chip makers, vendors, consumers, and even some venture capitalists - and there's a lot of interest in novel hardware implementations. Speakers at Wearable World Congress, held here May 19-20, said new ways of finding funding have led to an explosion of hardware-related companies.
Software Secure? Good! But What About the Hardware (FPGAs & SoCs)?
The Prospect Hardware Security Design and Analysis Toolkit from Tortuga Logic is a valuable addition to the Design-for-Security arsenal.
DesignCon 2016 Welcomes Abstracts
DesignCon fans, the time has come! If your work concerns signal integrity, power integrity, or the interference between the two in high-speed designs, then DesignCon is the conference for you to show your work and get feedback from your peers.
Moore's Law: What Broke the Model
In a sense Moore's Law, or at least many of the benefits it gives, ended years ago around the 90 nm node when Dennard scaling fell apart.
ITU Targets 5G Wireline Standards
I have lost count of the number of standards efforts, industry alliances, research consortia and targeted research centres -and even likely air interfaces -that have been created over the past 12 to 18 months as the mobile sector moves towards the nirvana of 5G.
Raspberry Pi 2: 10 Unusual & Interesting Projects
Raspberry Pi Foundation's newest board the RPi 2 is gaining traction. We look at some of the more interesting and unusual projects that the new board has inspired.