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UK design firm targets 14nm chips in China

UK-based chip design firm Sondrel is expanding its global business with investments in China targeted at sub-28nm IC designs. Learn More

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Three Technologies for Harvesting Ambient Energy

We are entering an era when scavenging tiny amounts of power from the environment can power small devices to do extraordinary tasks. The needs of the Internet of Things and the advent of lower-cost components are moving energy-harvesting systems from niche applications to broad-scale practicality. Learn More

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Full duplex radio ICs transmit and receive at the same frequency

Engineering researchers from Columbia University in the US have devised a way to implement full duplex radio ICs in nanoscale CMOS. The devices are said to support simultaneous transmission and reception at the same frequency; something previously thought to be impossible. Learn More

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Electronic waste has energy value

Using discarded electronic boards, the UPV/EHU researcher Andoni Salbidegoitia has, in collaboration with international researchers, developed a system for obtaining clean hydrogen that can be used as fuel. The researchers have already registered the patent of the process in Japan. Learn More

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IBM, ARM unveil Internet of Things starter kit

IBM and ARM have announced a joint project for creating embedded products and integrating them with the Internet of Things. This isn’t the first time that the two companies have worked together — they teamed up last year as well, with ARM’s mbed platform — but this new system is more powerful, flexible, and integrates with IBM’s BlueMix cloud platform. Learn More

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Alibaba's Jack Ma seeks to reassure employees over U.S. lawsuits

(Reuters) - Alibaba Group Holding Ltd Executive Chairman Jack Ma urged employees to relax about U.S. lawsuits against the firm over possible failure to disclose information to investors, in a letter to staff posted on his official microblog on Friday. Learn More

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Robotic glove teaches your hand the basics of drawing

Whether it was after getting hooked on your first comic, taking a college art class, or even idly doodling on your math book instead of paying attention to your teacher, we’ve all experimented with drawing. Learn More

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Tiny medical implant makes you cry to defeat dry eye

Making people cry is not a very nice thing to do, unless those people suffer from chronic eyeball dryness. Then you’re doing them a favor. Scientists at Stanford-backed Oculeve have created a tiny implantable device that can do just that — stimulate tear production at the push of a button. Learn More

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This Concept Has a Use For Old Modular Phone Parts: A Supercomputer

Modular phones are certainly a popular idea right now, even if they're currently failing to deliver on their promise. But there's already a suggestion about what could happen to their parts when they're no longer wanted: they could simply slide together to form a supercomputer. Learn More

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Intel Announces Curie: Tiny Module for Wearables

Yesterday, Intel announced a new module targeted to wearable technology: Intel Curie. This module continues Intel's push into IoT and wearable technology started with the Intel Edison. While we thought Edison was small, at just above the size of a US postage stamp, Curie goes even further... Learn More


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