Zigbee 3.0 Released

posted by Bryon Moyer

The Zigbee Alliance has rolled out their latest version of the Zigbee standard. What’s changed? And what will its role be? (Today)

World's Smallest Chess Program

posted by Jim Turley

Think you're an efficient coder? You've got nothing on this guy. (Today)

Rezence Wireless Charging Takes Steps

posted by Bryon Moyer

The Rezence high-frequency resonant charging standard got a boost from developments over the last two months. (Yesterday)

More than Memory

posted by Bryon Moyer

Spansion is flexing some of their new analog circuits – in particular, energy-harvesting PMICs. (27-Jan)

Drawings as Cartoons?

posted by Bryon Moyer

Somehow the notion of “cartoon” has been imported into engineering. But, given the meaning of the word, why would we do that? (23-Jan)

Monolithic Plastic… Or Not

posted by Bryon Moyer

How are things going with the vision of printing complete circuits in one go? Thinfilm adds some perspective. (22-Jan)

ARM embraces 26262 Auto safety standard update

posted by Dick Selwood


Towards Smaller Solar Inverters

posted by Bryon Moyer

Semitech and ST released products that contribute to smaller solar inverters (and other applications). (20-Jan)

50% Deeper TSVs

posted by Bryon Moyer

Tango’s high-aspect-ratio PVD gets seed layers down where others have had trouble. (15-Jan)

Calypto Refreshes HLS

posted by Bryon Moyer

Catapult 8 helps bridge the transition from RTL-level design to HLS-level design. (14-Jan)

Calxeda Isn't Dead Yet

posted by Jim Turley

ARM-based pioneer Calxeda has resurfaced as Silver Lining Systems. (13-Jan)

Audio-Grade Bits!

posted by Jim Turley

Audiophiles can apparently hear the difference between disk drives. (13-Jan)

Porous Silicon and Triboelectricity

posted by Bryon Moyer

A batteryish capacitor that can be charged 100,000+ times, and squishy pyramids. (13-Jan)

Semi CapEx to grow 5.6% in 2015

posted by Jim Turley

Looks like the new year will be halfway decent for makers of semiconductor-manufacturing equipment. (13-Jan)

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