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Macroblock offers LED drivers exclusively for automotive market 1/10/2023
Macroblock participated at the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2023 held in Las Vegas, USA, for the first time. The exhibits included LED headlights, LED rear lights, and FALD (Full Array Local Dimming) LED backlight modules of in-vehicle display.
TMY Technology has improved automotive door sensing 1/10/2023
HCMF group and TMY Technology Inc. (TMYTEK) have developed the latest millimeter wave smart car door sensing technology significantly improving the sensitivity, efficiency and safety of automatic car door opening and closing.
TI demonstraed new Battery Management System at CES 1/9/2023
The BQ79718-Q1 allows automakers to maximize the true range of their EV with high-performance battery cell voltage measurements down to 1 mV of accuracy, and the BQ79731-Q1 allows measurement of the battery pack current down to 0.05% of accuracy.
Samsung promised to build a “better connected world” and a “more sustainable future” 1/9/2023
Han Jong-hee, chief operating officer and head of the Device eXperience division at Samsung Electronics, unveiled the company’s aim to bring better connected device experience and build a more sustainable future at a press conference held in Las Vegas.
Qualcomm teams with Iridium to enable the Snapdragon Satellite platform 1/9/2023
Snapdragon Satellite is a global two-way messaging system designed for high-end smartphones, enabling connectivity for SMS text and emergency messages from pole to pole.
Taiwan to build its own version of Starlink to counter the potential threat of mainland China invasion 1/9/2023
According to local publication CM Media, the Taiwanese government has approached the domestic company Tron Future about building the satellite internet network.
Check Point Software Technologies collaborates with Intel on Cybersecurity 1/6/2023
Under the collaboration, the Intel vPro platform’s threat detection technology will be available within Check Point Harmony Endpoint. The pairing provides enterprises with processor-level anti-ransomware security at both the hardware and software levels at no extra cost.
Apple's digital narration audiobooks will make it cheaper to produce and access 1/6/2023
Apple has quietly launched a new "digital narration" feature for Apple Books that uses artificial intelligence to read audiobooks. The function, according to Appl, reduces the cost of producing an audiobook, and therefore makes the process more accessible.
NXP designs Secure Wireless MCUs to simplify the development of IoT and industrial IoT solutions 1/6/2023
The RW612 and the K32W148 combine advanced edge processing capabilities with integrated security to streamline development, simplify designs and reduce costs for Matter-enabled smart home devices.
Simmtech to double Production Line in Penang 1/6/2023
The expansion project will double SUSTIO’s HDI PCB production capacity while creating an additional of 400 full-time jobs for Malaysians. Simultaneously, the company will also be working with local companies to enhance its localisation programme which will further thrive the country’s semiconductor ecosystem.
Foxconn to use Nvidia chips to build self-driving vehicle platforms 1/5/2023
Taiwanese contract manufacturer Foxconn said it will manufacture electronic control units (ECUs) for cars based on Nvidia's DRIVE Orin chip made specifically for computing in connected and autonomous vehicles. The ECUs will serve the global automotive market, Foxconn said
NVIDIA brings GeForce RTXbrings 40 graphics to its portable PCs 1/5/2023
The company has introduced RTX 40 GPUs for laptops that promise large leaps in performance, even in lower-end systems. The flagship RTX 4080 and 4090 GPUs are reportedly powerful enough to play games across three 4K monitors at 60 frames per second.
Amazon. says now will cut 1,8000 jobs 1/5/2023
The cuts amount to 6% of Amazon's roughly 300,000-person corporate workforce and represent a swift turn for a retailer that recently doubled its base pay ceiling to compete more aggressively for talent
Samsung quarterly profit to plunge 58% to its lowest in six years 1/5/2023
"The main reason for the performance... is a sharp drop in demand. Both shipments and prices of chips and smartphones are expected to fall short of previous expectations," said Kim Roko, analyst at Hana Financial Investment.
Intel settlement with VLSI to avoid $4B patent lawsuit 1/4/2023
The case in question [PDF] dates back to 2018 and alleged that Intel had infringed on five VLSI-owned patents governing things like secure communications, power optimization and delivery, and flip-chip interconnects.
Congatec offers Intel core computer on a module 1/4/2023
The company expects series production of OEM designs based on these new modules to ramp up quickly and massively as the new processors with long life availability offer vast improvements in many features yet are fully hardware compatible to the predecessors
TSMC held a 3nm Volume Production Capacity Expansion Ceremony at its new construction site in Taiwan 1/4/2023
TSMC announced that 3nm technology has successfully entered volume production with good yields, and held a topping ceremony for its Fab 18 Phase 8 facility. The company estimates that 3nm technology will create end products with a market value of $1.5 trillion within five years of volume production.
The rbot has become the AIOT 1/4/2023
According to the experts who spoke during a November panel talk titled “How Smart Can We Live?” as part of the Embedded Forum at electronica 2022 in Munich. Nitin Dahad, editor-in-chief of embedded.com, moderated the session.
Taiwan Brings 96 Startups to Attend CES 2023 1/3/2023
The National Development Council (NDC), The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA), and the Ministry of Digital Affairs (MODA), and will bring 96 startups to Las Vegas to join the CES.
Synaptics developing new chips for growth markets like IoT in VR and EVs 1/3/2023
The company, founded 36 years ago by industry luminaries Carver Mead and Federico Faggin, has created much of the technology behind touchpads, fingerprint sensors and display drivers. Through acquisitions in the last few years, Synaptics is developing new chips for growth markets like IoT in virtual reality and EVs.
India's VLSI Industrry is growing 1/3/2023
India’s share of global electronics manufacturing will rise to about 10% in four to five years from the current 3.5%. The worldwide semiconductor industry is currently valued at $500-$600 billion and caters to the global electronics industry, currently valued at about $3 trillion.
bridge University Researchers Develop VR Tool for Cancer Treatment 1/2/2023
In a bid to help doctors better understand how to treat cancer, video game designers and cancer researchers have teamed up at the University of Cambridge, England, to turn spreadsheet data into highly detailed VR imagery of cancer cells, ITV reports
NASA is reportedly in talks with SpaceX to ferry three people back to Earth 1/2/2023
The craft, which carried cosmonauts Sergey Prokopyev and Dmitri Petelin, as well as NASA astronaut Frank Rubio, into space in September, was slated to take the trio back home in March.
Twitter closes a Sacramento data center 1/2/2023
Twitter is continuing to slim down its operations, and it looks like the company’s financial crash diet is leaving a bad taste in the mouths of its workforce.
Amazon eyes on Sport Streaming 12/30/2022
The move comes as Amazon seeks to strengthen its grip on the sports streaming market. The company already owns the rights to stream NFL games in the US and Premier League soccer matches in the UK.
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