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Electronics revolution has been a very interesting one. You have lightning fast connectivity, crystal clear displays, blazing fast processors, all in a handheld device. A major part in the device however has been the silicon. With recent mishaps, resulting...
Texas Instruments (TI) recently introduced two automotive motor drivers that support high-performance powertrain applications. The DRV8305-Q1, a highly integrated three-phase brushless DC gate driver, and the UCC27211A-Q1, a high-current half-bridge gate driver, improve system performance and provide design flexibility...
While the move to smaller transistors has been a boon for performance it has dramatically increased the cost to fabricate chips using those smaller transistors. This forces the vast majority of chip design companies to trust a third party,...
Data on the cloud provides an ease of use. We can access it over our phone, tablet, laptop or any other computing device. This ease of working on the data from any device also brings along with several questions,...
Lenovo becomes the first manufacturer worldwide to bring Tango technology to a consumer product. Google's technology that allows devices to understand spatial information is an exclusive feature in the PHAB2 Pro smartphone launched at the Lenovo Tech World 2016. Based...
ARM has announced a suite of mobile processor technologies for flagship devices from 2017. The ARM Cortex-A73 processor and the ARM Mali-G71 graphics processor offer sustained performance and efficiency for newer products with enhanced contextual and visual capabilities. This will...
Semicast’s industrial semiconductor vendor share analysis reports TI with an estimated market share of 8.1 percent, the leader in industrial chip vendors. TI placed ahead of Infineon (6.8%), Intel (4.9%), STMicroelectronics (4.4%) and Renesas (3.8%) in the report by Semicast. According to Colin Barnden, principal...
ARM recently announced the first multicore, 64-bit ARM v8-A processor test chip based on TSMC’s 10FinFET process technology. Simulation benchmarks show power and efficiency gains relative to TSMC’s 16FinFET+ process technology, which is currently used to implement chips powering...
A geek or a nerd glaring at a green tinted computer screen used to be the visual that defined the action of hacking into secure electronics. Every movie ran with that concept whenever they needed to depict a hacker. Looks...