|China Le Eco wants to be the next Google|
At an event on Wednesday in San Francisco, LeEco is showing off a selection of products, including UHD TVs, smartphones, virtual reality goggles and electric bikes, which will soon go on sale to US consumers.
|Artificial Intellegence to analyse and adjust traffic flows|
Fujitsu Laboratories and Fujitsu Research and Development Centre have developed what they described as a highly accurate vehicle-recognition technology that tolerates changes in the surrounding environment, including changes in light, time of day and fog, and another technology for efficiently identifying complex incidents, such as traffic accidents.
|Singapore to test self-driving bus|
LTA will partner the Energy Research Institute @ NTU (ERI@N) to develop autonomous bus technologies, which include conducting a self-driving bus trial for fixed and scheduled services for intra- and inter-town travel.
|Samsung mobile DRAM advanced to 10nm |
The new package of mobile chips is expected to significantly improve mobile user experiences for those using high-definition, large-screen devices.
|SMIC to use eMemory Non-volatile memory technology|
The tie-up between eMemory and SMIC has already provided cost-effective solutions for applications including microcontrollers (MCU), power management ICs (PMIC), multimedia players, digital TVs and digital set-top boxes (STB).
|Winbond enters into 3X nm DRAM production|
Winbond will complete the installation of manufacturing equipment for its new Fab C at the end of 2016, allowing the fab to enter wafer production in the first quarter of 2017.
|Intel earning up on cloud chip sales|
>Were executing well, and these results show Intels continuing transformation to a company that powers the cloud and billions of smart, connected devices,
|Is Tesla here to stay?|
Musk and co. are clearly playing the long game, with this positive spending almost mirrored by the financial losses made each period.
|China sends crew to their version of space lab|
China launched its longest manned space mission Monday, sending two astronauts into orbit to spend a month aboard a space laboratory that is part of a broader plan to have a permanent manned space station in service around 2022.
|China Baidu employs Xilinx FPGA to accelerate data centers|
Data centers are turning to application accelerators to keep up with the demands for greater throughput at low latency while retaining practical power levels. FPGAs deliver the power efficiency that makes accelerators practical to deploy throughout the data centre and can deliver a 10-20X performance/watt improvement.