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Mar 1, 2018
Who's Responsible For Security?
Semiconductor Engineering sat down to discuss security issues and how to fix them with Mark Schaeffer, senior product marketing manager ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Mar 1, 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 1, 2018
Chirp Slurped up by TDK
Chirp Microsystems, a Berkeley, California-based startup with 15 employees, which launched only a year ago at the Mobile World Congress ...
EE Times
Mar 1, 2018
FLEX2018 Shows how 3D Printed Electronics Will Impact Our Lives
If you drive a late model car, you may be impressed by the many sensors that capture engine conditions, tire ...
3D InCites
Mar 1, 2018
Semi ISS Part 2: ASE's Hunt describes 'Transformative Fan-Out' Packaging
Finishing up our look at the 2018 SMI ISS meeting, let's take a look what John Hunt, ASE, had to ...
IEEE Spectrum
Mar 1, 2018
AI will create new jobs but skills must shift, say tech giants
AI will create more jobs than it destroys was the not-so-subtle rebuttal from tech giants to growing concern over the ...
TechCrunch
Mar 1, 2018
Intel's Spectre fix for Broadwell and Haswell chips has finally landed
Intel has finally released new microcode updates to address the Spectre Variant 2 flaw in the older chips that triggered ...
ZDNet
Mar 1, 2018
Wireless Charging Creeps Forward
Electric cars, mobile devices and industrial applications are focusing renewed attention on this technology. It's well known that electricity can ...
Semiconductor Engineering
Mar 1, 2018
ASML Updates EUV Roadmap
ASML showed stepwise progress in an update on the performance of its latest extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography system and its ...
EE Times
Mar 1, 2018
ST Projects Embedded AI Vision
As expected, AI is the crowd magnet at this year's Mobile World Congress. As Jem Davies, vice president, fellow and ...
EE Times