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Samsung Defense: Marketing Guru vs. Marketing Guru
Parade of marketing and programming experts continues as Samsung tries to prove Apple's reasoning is flawed.
Hubble Turns 24: 5 Biggest Discoveries
The Hubble Space Telescope has helped solve huge questions about space. Coming next: Its successor will look back even further into time.
IoT: A Return to Our Favorite EDA Requirements
For the electronic design automation (EDA) industry, the Internet of Things (IoT) could represent both a technology advance and a technology reversal.
Life Without DropBox? Unthinkable!
Once you've installed the DropBox app on your computers, anytime you create or edit a file on one machine, that file is automatically replicated on all of your other machines.
New IC for Driverless LEDs
A Eurolighting module produces flicker-free LED light from 230 VAC.
SanDisk Finds Profit Behind the Tech Curve
Focus and frugality put SanDisk in several sweet spots in the storage market, specifically by selling SSDs to datacenters while Samsung spends big on 3D NAND.
Will 'Makers' Help Chip Guys' Bottom Line?
Are you seeing this newborn love among "makers," board vendors, and chip companies? What mystifies me is not so much the love part, but how anyone could eventually mistake this infatuation for good business.
Where Are DRAM Interfaces Headed?
What comes after today's fastest interfaces? Jim Handy talks about Wide-IO, hybrid memory cube, and high-bandwidth memory.
IoT Requires Continuous Development
The Internet of Things will add so much programmability to devices that keeping software current will become a never-ending task.
AMD Narrows Its Losses in Q1
As sales of PC continue to decline, AMD is looking to reverse its losses through sales of its new Radion GPUs and gaming APUs.
Quantum-Dot Windows Harvest Solar Energy
The windows of the future could harvest the sunlight passing through them, thanks to quantum-dot technology being developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Patent Lessons From Apple v. Samsung
The Apple v. Samsung case exposes vast gray areas in today's patent laws and practices in high-tech.
Fitness Wearables Lack Accuracy
A new generation of wearable fitness sensors is needed to enable consumers to become their own fitness coaches.
Bagels: Official Food of Test & Measurement
A bagel is the perfect food to eat at your lab bench as long as you keep seeds from getting everywhere.
Max's BADASS Display, Part 3
Now we come to consider the various ways in which we can filter the audio stream to extract its spectral data.
Smartphones, 28nm Tech Drive TSMC 1Q Revenue
Thanks to demand for high-end smartphones and investment in technology such as 20nm manufacturing, TSMC posted first-quarter net income of $1.59 billion. That momentum is expected to continue in the second quarter.
Quantenna Speeds Up WiFi
As several major companies roll out 802.11ac solutions with multi-user, multiple input-multiple output (MU-MIMO), local startup Quantenna Communications has announced chip that's a step ahead.
Samsung Patent Leaks Point to Google Glass Competitor
In a series of leaked patent documents from South Korea, Samsung is proposing a one-ear "earphone" design that seems to be a response to Google Glass sales. This many replace a two-ear design that came to light during CES in January.
IMEC Adds Image Sensors to Commercial Development Service
The Belgian company has published a brochure that boasts of the facility adding image sensors and visions systems to its commercial development and foundry services.
Samsung, Globalfoundries Prep 14nm Process
Putting heat on TSMC, Samsung and GlobalFoundries are putting a single 14nm process in production this year, but former partner IBM is out.