Spin Waves Cut Logic Power
In a new research paper, UCLA scientists explain how they used electron spin to slash the power consumption of logic devices.
16nm Pushes Chip Design Boundaries at CDNLive
One of the key issues being debated at the 2014 CDN Live conference is the race to make 16nm chip design more efficient. Engineers from Intel and TSMC are both expected to present papers on the subject.
Fairchild Acquires Body Motion Capture Firm Xsens: Report
Fairchild is reportedly buying Xsens, a private company based in the Netherlands, which specializes in 3D motion tracking technology that uses MEMS inertial sensors.
TI on Cloud 9 With Tiva C Series IoT-Capable LaunchPad
The world as we know it is about to change dramatically -- hold onto your hat -- it''s going to be an interesting ride!
Conspiracy Alleged Over Rousset Wafer Fab Closure
A federal lawsuit alleges that a US company conspired to sell its French fab to a German firm to avoid the costs of closing the plant, including paying workers.
Driverless Car Sharing Concept Focuses on Digital Comfort
The concept of the driverless car is about to get a lot more luxurious. One company is designing a way for customers to order a driverless car through a Website or smartphone. The car then drives to the destination.
BeagleBone: 11 Add-Ons for Expanded Functionality
EE Times takes a look at 11 additional add-ons for the BeagleBoard single-board computer.
Active-Semi Announce Scalable Wireless Mobile Charging SoC SolutionStories 1 - 10 of 2083
Have you used a wireless charger? If not, how long do you think it will be before you start counting this technology as a must-have item on your checklist?