Moore''s Law Competitor Wins $150K Elevator Pitch Prize
EE Times - Semi News, 22 hours ago
Quilt packaging wins $150,000 prize for best elevator pitch explaining a new MEMS-based device or technology.
Nexus 6 Vs. iPhone 6 Plus: Phablet Deathmatch
EE Times - Semi News, 22 hours ago
Micron Expands IoT & Auto Memory Products
EE Times - Semi News, 22 hours ago
Micron expanded its offerings for embedded applications and the connected automobile with new products launched at Eletronica.
Friday Quiz: Bipolar Transistors
EE Times - Semi News, 22 hours ago
Supercapacitors: A New Hero in the Spotlight
EE Times - Semi News, November 26, 2014
Book Review: by Allen Wyler
EE Times - Semi News, November 26, 2014
This is a great read that will have you on the edge of your seat shouting things like "Don?t answer that telephone!"
Power Week: Si-Based Power Discretes to Continue to Dominate Over Next Decade
EE Times - Semi News, November 26, 2014
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.
HMC Spec Update Signals Healthy Adoption
EE Times - Semi News, November 26, 2014
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.
Sony?s 3-Year Plan: Treading Water or Just Sinking?
EE Times - Semi News, November 26, 2014
Sony?s three-year outlook for its mobile business "isn?t aiming for size or market share," said Sony''s new mobile chief.
Stephen Hawking: How He Speaks & Spells
EE Times - Semi News, November 26, 2014
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