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Researchers at the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas in Austin have developed a GPS-based positioning system with an accuracy measured in centimeters.
A new report from IHS says that embedded touch displays are forecast to comprise nearly 40% of touch module shipments for mobile phone applications in 2015.
The optical tweezer was developed by Bell Labs in the 1970s, and the dimensional scale of its use has since been extended down in range from handling individual proteins, viruses and bacteria strands to maneuvering nanoparticles and manipulating neutral atoms.
A team from the University of College London (UCL) has tracked what happens when lithium-ion batteries overheat and explode.
TRW Automotive plans to launch its newest video camera sensor—the S-Cam 3—in China in early 2016.
Vertu, a British bespoke manufacturer, tackles product design and supply chain challenges in an increasingly commodity market for mobile devices.
Researchers at Michigan State University College of Engineering are working with technology known as substrate computing.
Global semiconductor revenues experienced 9.2% growth in 2014, coming in just below expectations of 9.4%, according to IHS Technology's market overview.
Honeywell and Inmarsat have teamed up with Kymeta to design a Ka-band wireless antenna for commercial and business aircraft.
"Moore's law" is one of the few phrases from the engineering and electronics domain that resonates with the general public.
IHS unit Infonetics released excerpts from its new “FTTH, DSL and Cable Subscribers” report, which looks at global fixed broadband subscribers, like DSL, cable broadband, FTTH and FTTB+LAN subscribers.
Researchers from Stanford University in California have created a fast-charging, inexpensive and long-lasting aluminum battery that could challenge lithium-ion cells.
Automaker Audi says it will go to production with a piloted driving controller that is roughly the size of a tablet computer.
A contract calling for approximately 35,000 smart meters to be installed in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will launch the single largest implementation of cellular machine-to-machine (M2M) technology in the water utility sector worldwide, according to analysis from IHS.
Scientists from Kyungpook National University in South Korea have developed a method—acid-free sol-gel fabrication technique—to create a type of hybrid film composed of organic and inorganic materials, which can be used in touch screen devices.
A team at the U.S. Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory has created a toolset that they say will aid designers of safe, high-performance batteries for electric vehicles.
Global revenues for wireless power receivers and transmitters will grow to more than $1.7 billion this year, reports IHS.
Continued investments to accommodate the increasing demands that applications place on network infrastructure drove global Ethernet switch sales to $21.7 billion in 2014, up 5% from 2013, reports IHS business unit Infonetics Research.
Leaders in the automotive semiconductor market experienced exceptional results and growth in 2014, according to an updated analysis from IHS.