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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.
As Revenue Dips, China Mobile Pushes 4G
China Mobile's 2014 nine-month income fell by 9.7% compared with the same period a year ago, and profits dipped for the fifth-straight quarter.
CodinGame Helps Hone Programming Skills
CodinGame's forthcomoing challenge will involve developers from around the world competing in the creation of a tool that gamifies the process of recruiting and interviewing for high-tech jobs.
IBM, GlobalFoundaries Strike Historic Fab Deal
IBM will transfer its two loss-making fabs to GlobalFoundries along with $1.5 billion in cash and related patents in a deal that could take a year to get regulatory approval and even longer to sort out its implications for both companies' roadmaps.
IoT Group Turns Off TV Band
The Weightless SIG is turning away from its TV White Spaces effort and moving up-band to 900 MHz with the help of NWave Technologies, which joins the Internet of Things effort.
Computer Vision Opens New API
The Khronos Group has officially released OpenVX, a high-level applications programming interface for computer vision apps.
Spansion Expands MCUs With IoT on Its Radar
Spansion has unveiled 96 new MCUs, additions to the company's FM4 family based on the ARM Cortext-M4F core. Running at 200MHz, they offer up to 2MB flash memory, a large set of interfaces, security, and 5V I/O.
First 2D Atomic Piezoelectric Discovered
The world's first 2D monolayer material has been shown to be piezoelectric, enabling a new era of super-sensitive sensors, and when stacked, a new power source for wearables and IoT.
Knobs and Buttons Are Toast, Long Live the Pinch
Knobs and buttons still rule as instrument controls, but smartphone and tablet controls eventually will take over.
The Best of the Best Videos on YouTube
If you were compiling a list of 'The Best of the Best Videos on YouTube, which ones would you choose?
Mega MATLAB Release From MathWorks
R2014b is an extremely compelling release for current MATLAB users and new members of the community.