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Toshiba Provides Alternative to NOR Memory with New Family of SLC NAND Devices
Toshiba's newest family of SLC NAND memory products focuses on high transfer rates and providing an alternative to NOR memory.
September 27, 2019
Bio-Inspired Wearable Fabric Sensor Takes Notes from Octopus Suckers
Researchers from a Korean university have studied octopus to learn how to make better stick-on wearable sensors.
July 19, 2019
Researchers Combine Wearable Biosensors and Machine Learning to Combat the Opioid Crisis
Researchers have combined wearable biosensors with machine learning to aid in treatment for substance abuse.
July 09, 2019
Key Design Building Blocks Falling into Place for Smart Hearables
Low-power components, voice activation platforms and development kits enable designers to create wireless earbuds, hearing aids, and smart headsets operating on small batteries....
June 24, 2019
Combating Epilepsy with Wearables and Machine Learning
Biometric-monitoring wearables are common for tracking everyday health—but can they monitor seizures?
June 11, 2019
Tiny MicroLED Display from Mojo Vision Features Highest-Yet Pixel Density—But for What Applications?
A new display from Mojo Vision is just 0.48mm across, smaller than a grain of sand. What, exactly, is it for?
June 08, 2019
Twice the Audio Quality at Half the Power? New Dialog Audio Codecs Offer Active Noise Canceling
Designing small audio devices with an eye for power budget? Dialog thinks it has just the codecs you need.
May 31, 2019
3 Hardware-to-Cloud Design Kits That Simplify IoT Connectivity and Application Development
Simplicity is the name of the game for IoT dev boards designed to decrease complexity and time to market.
May 20, 2019
GaN in Microdisplays? Plessey Semiconductors Innovates GaN-on-Silicon for Augmented Reality
GaN-on-silicon allows LED technology to make big advancements in microdisplays.
May 20, 2019
Dialog Semi Focuses on Ultra-Low-Ripple with New Buck Regulator/LDO and PMIC for Low-Power Devices
Dialog Semi has released a new PMIC and a new buck regulator/LDO combo with a focus on ultra-low ripple.
April 25, 2019
Murata Features Low-Power, High Efficiency with New Buck Regulator and Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Combo Module
New Wi-Fi/Bluetooth combo module and buck regulator promise small form factors along with high efficiency.
March 29, 2019
RISC-V Foundation Hosting Worldwide Series of Getting Started with RISC-V Events
These roadshows will showcase innovative RISC-V implementations from leading RISC innovators.
March 23, 2019
New Microcontroller from Maxim Targets Low-Power, Space-Constrained Consumer Electronics
Maxim's new microcontroller supports a wide supply-voltage range and consumes 0.2 µA in low-power mode.
March 12, 2019
Is It Possible to Be Truly Wireless? Huawei Implements Dialog Semi SoC in Wireless Headphones
Huawei has chosen Dialog Semiconductor's DA14195 SoC for new wireless headphone devices.
March 07, 2019
Adesto Releases New Low-Power Flash Memory Devices Targeted at Wearable Applications and the IoT
This week, Adesto Technologies introduced its new FusionHD non-volatile memories (NVMs).
March 03, 2019
A New DC/DC Converter for Wearables, Sensors, and Low-Power Wireless Devices
STMicroelectronics has announced a new power-management IC that provides high efficiency, low quiescent current, and variable output voltage in a (very) small package....
February 11, 2019
ROHM, Omron, Maxim: A Look at the Biometric-Monitoring Wearables Made by Component Manufacturers
The wearables market is by many measures still in its infancy, but many manufacturers continue to push wearable products into the market. How are component manufacturers involved in the...
February 07, 2019
Catch Up on Tiny Sensors: Bitty Accelerometer, Gas Sensor, and Biometric Sensor
Check out three tiny sensors for environment sensing and biometric monitoring applications.
January 19, 2019
Google ATAP Moves Forward with Radar Touch Tech with FCC Waiver
This waiver is significant because it will allow Google to take the next step in making their radar based touch interface technology a reality....
January 11, 2019
Engineer Spotlight: Jeremy Blum, Director of Hardware at Shaper on Collaborative Design
Computer vision, designers vs. engineers, and the "nightmare" of engineering Google Glass.
December 03, 2018
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