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Analysts Cool on Intel/Altera Combo

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Wall Street’s excitement on Friday over reports x86 giant Intel Corp. was in talks to acquire FPGA maker Altera has left some analysts cold on Monday morning. Learn More

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Wearable technology can help with public speaking

Speaking in public is the top fear for many people. Now, researchers from the Human-Computer Interaction Group at the University of Rochester have developed an intelligent user interface for "smart glasses" that gives real-time feedback to the speaker on volume modulation and speaking rate, while being minimally distracting. Learn More

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TI’s 32-bit 'Successor' to the 16-bit MCU

This week, Texas Instruments (TI) rolled out its MSP432, a 32-bit alternative to the 16-bit MSP430 family of microcontrollers. It is also a new ARM-based MCU family designed to provide both MSP430 and ARM M0 developers migration paths to a more powerful and feature laden - but low power - architecture. Learn More

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Polystyrene packaging waste used to create carbon electrodes for Li-ion batteries

The polystyrene used in packaging has proved a headache when it comes to disposal. There are few recycling options, which means the material usually ends up in landfill. Learn More

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XMOS ships first xCore200

XMOS has announced the launch of the XCORE-200, a Gigabit Ethernet enabled family of multicore MCUs. The devices integrate 16 32bit RISC cores and are said to be the first 10/100/1000 Ethernet solutions which offer a programmable MAC layer and webserver support. Learn More

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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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