mCube Forms Indoor Navigation Subsidiary
Fabless chip company mCube has formed Ten Degrees Inc. as a wholly owned subsidiary to focus on business related to indoor navigation.
Infineon Buys International Rectifier
Infineon Technologies will buy International Rectifier for about $3 billion in cash. Through the merger, the German chip company is pushing toward leadership in the power semiconductor market.
Power Week: IRF Only One of Many Rumored Infineon Targets
Prior to this week''s big announcement of Infineon''s agreement to buy International Rectifier, speculation swirled over several other chipmaker names as possible acquisition targets.
Low-Cost Cabinet Solution for Prototype Systems
Would cabinets made using a custom extrusion technique be good enough (and worth the cost) for creators of prototype electronic products?
Silicon Valley Builds Bridge to Iran
Serial entrepreneur Kamran Elahian is organizing a Silicon Valley event on innovation that will attempt to build a bridge to an emerging high-tech sector in his home country of Iran.
Can IoT Integration Kill the Useless Clock Display?
Samsung''s recent acquisition of SmartThings puts Samsung in position to call for more IoT integration across its white goods and consumer electronics. Will it take the brave step to kill the useless clock display?
ARM Stressed in Server Bid
ARM servers will come more slowly and perhaps to fewer applications than previously thought, according to server executives at Dell and Alibaba.