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After a decade of growth at home, Chinese semiconductor companies are poised to take a larger share of the global market. They are also rapidly increasing their patenting activities. Multinationals should sit up and take note – not just in China, but in their own jurisdictions as well
Samsung announced recently that it started production of advanced NAND flash devices with 128Gbit, triple-level-cell (TLC) NAND memory using 10 nm class process technology.
A growing number of medical products are clearly being designed to be “connected.” In other words, the device may make an immediate measurement and provide the readings locally, but it may then store the information for subsequent transmission to another device or location.
The verdict in the Apple v. Samsung patent-infringement case, which Apple won to the tune of $1.049 billion, was remarkable for the size of the award as well as for the post-verdict opining.
TechInsights, known for studying the internals of mobile devices and other products by disassembling them, on Wednesday came up with a preliminary ...
Apple has been widely rumored to be readying a 7-inch version of its best-selling iPad tablet for months now. The device could be unveiled at an Apple event this Wednesday, Sept. 12.
The 2net App Software Development Kit (SDK) from Qualcomm Life is now available to developers on a variety of data-enabled platforms. Ten companies, including FitBit and Withings, have opened up their data streams to developers using the SDK.
Let’s call a spade a spade: Research-in-Motion’s latest consumer electronic release, the Blackberry Playbook LTE, is highly unlikely to reverse the current tide of negativity that comes with any news from the Waterloo, Canada-based manufacturer.
It's an exciting time for advances in health care devices. Improvements in health device design are placing vital signs monitoring in the hands of athletes and fitness enthusiasts but more importantly, a new family of patient monitoring devices promise to improve the comfort and outcomes of hospital stays.
Recently, our sister company TechInsights presented a Webinar on how it uncovers the secrets within semiconductors and other bits of integrated circuitry used in the devices we’ve come to know and love.
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