TechInsights looks into the four main low-power wide-area-network technologies from the reverse-engineering angle via semiconductor die analysis, and its place in the IoT market.
Posted: October 30, 2018 Contributing Author: Sinjin Dixon-Warren, PhD MicroVision, based in Redmond WA, now in partnership with STMicroelectronics, has been a technology leader in the small form factor laser beam scanning (LBS) projector market. Recently, TechInsights analysed samples of two
A longtime technology analyst predicts that Apple will unveil an A12X processor at its Oct. 30th event.
A move to a more advanced manufacturing tech allowed Intel to put more features into a smaller chip.
The newly released iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are now beginning to find their feet in the smartphone market. While the price of iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max has been a point of debate so far, it’s is interesting to find the cost of iPhone XS Max to understand what it takes for Apple Inc. to market
Market overcrowding, more efficient manufacturing, and growing list of scaling issues create a challenging competitive landscape.
The self-driving car will redefine personal mobility and change the way people think about cars, believes Jim Hines.
First-half funding analysis shows continued robust investment in tech.
Portfolio managers have different strategies for managing their patent portfolios. At a high level, most strategies pivot on a balance of quantity versus quality to achieve the desired business outcomes. These outcomes include: improving your brand; freedom to operate; providing a healthy return on
TechInsights analysts have picked up Lenovo’s first 10nm CPU and taken it apart to take a look at the processor. This is the first time we’ve seem a Cannon Lake CPU in the wild, this is Intel’s much-maligned 10nm process and based on a 71mm Cannon Lake die.
Unlike a conventional cigarette, the iQOS is an electronic device with circuitry that enables it to collect user information. A teardown analysis shows this could give the tobacco giant remarkable insight into people's smoking habits. Philip Morris says it only uses the data to fix malfunctions.