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CEVA Addresses the Next Trends in Mobile, Digital Home and Automotive at CES 2014 with Range of Platform IP Solutions for SoC Design
Technologies on display include comprehensive solutions for advanced computational photography and embedded vision, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, low-power audio offloading and
Military analysts still study grainy reconnaissance images and make threat assessments. Could sophisticated...
Here are my quick thoughts from several recent shows that covered everything from IoT and software to...
Celebrating its 25th year, the annual Hot Chips Conference held at Stanford University last month lived...
While the main manufacturing flows are still focusing on optical lithography, eBeam and EUV are still...
The Sad Story of the Battery Breakthrough that Proved Too Good to Be True / (Technology Review Feed - Energy Top Stories)
Technology from Envia that was supposed to cut EV battery costs in half doesn’t actually work.We’ve previously reported on a startup, Envia Systems, that claimed its batteries could store twice as much as conventional ones—and could cut costs in half. That could have made electric cars with a couple of hundred miles...
KVM, the long a popular x86 Linux virtualization technology, will appear in IBM's Power architecture in 2014....
Blog Post: Spin It! - Designing Your Own Motor Drive and Control System (Part 3) / (TI E2E Community)
Part 3: Schematic Capture Howdy! Welcome back or if this is your first time here you can check out the rest of the series at Spin It! - Part 1 (Introduction) and Spin It! - Part 2 (Component Selection). We have our idea in mind, we have our motor to spin and we found the main building blocks for our design….now...
FPGAs are spanning a much broader array of applications these days, from ultra-low-power mobile devices through demanding “heavy iron” designs.
Our roundtable discussion hits PCIe’s generational shifts to address demanding requirements, the outlook for the new PCIe OCuLink cable, and the move to mobile and low-power applications.
The machine-to-machine (M2M) phenomenon is accelerating and is coming to just about any connected technology near you. Chris Ciufo, Senior Editor Similar to many
The highly efficient architecture of FRAM-based MCUs simplify secure system design without compromising data integrity or reliability, all while lowering power consumption. Security
Experts address new technologies that are helping drive the advent of wearable, portable medical devices.
The chip scale package (CSP) provides the die-sized form factor critical for portable medical applications, while overcoming the technical challenges of working with bare die.
COMs and integrated APUs help medical device designers address a range of key requirements for this graphics- and performance-driven market.
Through the Android Open Accessory Initiative, USB interconnection can support the control of external hardware via Android platforms.
Of five significant PCI Express announcements made at this week's PCI-SIG Developers Conference, two are aimed at mobile embedded.
"Haswell" was introduced in desktop, mobile versions and embedded versions. The architecture's feature set is a boon to embedded designers.
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