Electronics, DIY, Makers, Hackers and Internet of Things (IoT)
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IBM held its first AI Conference late last year. On-the-ground-report filed by IBM researcher offers a great tool to find out who's who in the field, and the AI problems researchers are pushing to solve.
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SpaceX is growing in leaps and bounds--and its' staffing and supply chain strategies are evolving right along with the company.
A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers has introduced legislation which would ban the export of U.S. chips and other components to Chinese telecommunications companies Huawei and ZTE for violating U.S. export control laws.
Tens of thousands of "baby clouds" will someday host distributed radio-access networks for cellular carriers, said the head of AT&T Labs.
Jedec's HBM2 DRAM standard focuses on extending the support and the design from an 8-Gb-per-layer definition to 16 Gb per layer.
This week we review all the things that captivated our attention at CES 2019 and the major headlines buzzing within electronics field immediately after and during the event. We speak with Brian Santo, EDN, Editor-in-chief, and Junko Yoshida, EETimes' Global...
3 days ago in News
As drones become ubiquitous, sharing the skies with other flying things, UK airports are investing in anti-drone technology to increase safety and address problems.
Nakul Duggal, Qualcomm senior vice president, sat down with EE Times at CES to discuss Qualcomm's automotive strategy beyond the "cockpit" and how the abandoned acquisition attempt of NXP altered the company's automotive plans.
Technologists described challenges and opportunities in foldable handsets, DRAMs, chip stacks, and more in sessions hosted by the SEMI trade group.
A laboratory in Switzerland has found a way of using a laser to change and regulate the polarization, wavelength and intensity of light in "excitons" in 2D materials, creating the potential for a new generation of transistors with less energy...