High-conductive thermoplastic mat'l advances 3D printing
A*STAR IMRE scientists have come up with what they describe as a novel type of thermoplastic thread that can be used in 3D printers to develop functional circuits for use in electrical gadgets. continue reading »
Layoffs loom at Sharp as Foxconn vows to turn company around
Foxconn founder Terry Gou's vow to turn around display maker Sharp comes with several caveats, including layoffs starting at the board level. continue reading »
Laser-like optical amplifier boosts output of captured light
Rice University's new light-amplifying nanoparticle functions much like a laser, but while lasers have a fixed output frequency, this device's output can be tuned over a range of frequencies that includes a portion of the infrared spectrum. continue reading »
Tech breakthrough boosts 2D semicon photoluminescence
National University of Singapore researchers said the discovery could pave the way for the application of 2D semiconductors such as tungsten diselenide in advanced optoelectronic and photonic devices. continue reading »
The smarter, connected cars will be evermore hungry for memory to support a wide range of applications, including those that require near-instant boot up. So here's a checklist of recent memory product introductions suitable for automotive use.
Sensors come in many shapes and flavors. In this article, we look at sensors in general, and those that come bundled with CC3200 LaunchPad in particular.
Apple aims for greater phone portability across carriers by simplifying production and distribution for its latest release, the iPhone SE.
Industry observers suspect that the deal with Didi proves to be critical to Apple, since the iPhone maker is seeking to curry favour with the Chinese government to grow its business in China.
In an effort to boost its digital economy, Thai government waives tax for venture capital firms—directed mainly at technology businesses within the 10 core industries for 10 years.
IC Insights revealed that eight of the top 10 semiconductor suppliers saw posted annual declines in Q1 sales compared with 1Q15, with several seeing sales fall by 25% or more.
A*STAR IMRE scientists have come up with what they describe as a novel type of thermoplastic thread that can be used in 3D printers to develop functional circuits for use in electrical gadgets.
Adding isolation to LVDS interfaces provides a transparent solution that can be inserted into existing signal chains for high-speed and precision measurement and control applications.
Our Caveman Diorama is going to boast a Time Portal, thereby explaining my presence in the scene. Cardboard prototype of Time Portal (Source: Max Maxfield & Mike Mittlebeeler) Well,
If you’re an old-timer you’ve most likely written code in a large number of languages that have many different underlying philosophies.
Just to make sure we're all tap dancing to the same drum beat, let's remind ourselves that, sometime ago...
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This White Paper describes how the new VIA PFM, a power component that performs the front-end AC-DC conversion required in many systems…
Manufacturers are moving out of China into Southeast Asia. White paper details economic drivers and explains the benefits of Southeast Asia…