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Mar 2, 2018
Cadence, Imec Disclose 3-nm Effort
Cadence Design Systems and the Imec research institute disclosed that they are working toward a 3-nm tapeout of an unnamed ...
EE Times
Mar 2, 2018
Intel looks to furnish flash memory to Chinese storage provider
Intel intends to expand its partnership with Beijing-backed Tsinghua Unigroup by providing NAND flash memory chips as soon as this ...
Nikkei Asian Review
Mar 2, 2018
Computer Vision Through Dean Kamen's Eyes
I recently sat down with Dean Kamen of DEKA Research, best known as inventor of the Segway, to discuss his ...
EE Times
Mar 2, 2018
Anatomy Of An Autonomous Vehicle Crash
The rollout of autonomous vehicles will have far-reaching impacts on technology, business and social interactions, but it also will set ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Mar 2, 2018
China Is Raising Up to $31.5 Billion to Fuel Chip Vision
China's government aims to raise as much as $31.5 billion to invest in homegrown chip companies and accelerate its ambition ...
Bloomberg Technology
Mar 2, 2018
Cypress Sees a Future for FRAM
Does ever-emerging Ferroelectric Random Access Memory(FRAM) have a role in autonomous vehicles? Cypress Semiconductor thinks so. At the Embedded World ...
EE Times
Mar 2, 2018
Growth Expected to Return to Smartphones
Smartphone unit volumes are likely to return to low single-digit percentage growth in 2018 after unit sales declined in the ...
EE Times
Mar 2, 2018
Chirp Slurped up by TDK
The sonar-on-chip startup to live in the same ecosystem with InvenSense. Chirp Microsystems, a Berkeley, California-based startup with 15 employees, ...
EE Times
Mar 1, 2018
China Is Raising Billions to Fuel Chip Vision
China's government aims to raise as much as $31.5 billion to invest in homegrown chip companies and accelerate its ambition ...
Bloomberg Technology
Mar 1, 2018
Cypress Sees a Future for FRAM
Does ever-emerging Ferroelectric Random Access Memory(FRAM) have a role in autonomous vehicles? Cypress Semiconductor thinks so. At the Embedded World ...
EE Times