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A teardown of the latest Huawei P40 phone suggests Qualcomm, Qorvo and Skyworks are still an essential part of the RF in the new phone The post Teardown Highlights Huawei’s Reliance on U.S. RF Components appeared first on EETimes.
Companies in countries across the globe, where the Coronavirus pandemic has forced a break in regular economic activities, are struggling with a new set of operational challenges. The post Take the Bailout Cash?; Furlough or Fire; Boosting Employee Morale appeared...
5 days ago in News
How machine learning models can be protected by intellectual property (IP) laws now and in the future (part 2 of 2). The post How Do You Protect Your Machine Learning Investment? (Part II) appeared first on EETimes.
Telecommuting means digitizing all business processes so that information is immediately available to all those involved in a given task. The post ‘This Is Where We Work Today’: Engineers in the Covid-19 Era appeared first on EETimes.
What's News for March 30: the pandemic and the second quarter. A new video feature. The post What’s News: Frozen Projects, Scrapped Forecasts and Cash Conservation appeared first on EETimes.
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Meet Todd Semonite, Chief of Engineers of the United States Army. Knowing how to get things done is a prerequisite to doing it right. The post Covid-19: A Nuts-and-Bolts Guy Takes Charge appeared first on EETimes.
7 days ago in News
“I’m going to mentor you,” Anthony Paul told me. That was years before someone else took on the task again but, this time, without mentioning the word “mentor.” The post Mentor Someone appeared first on EETimes.
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As Covid-19 takes hold, forecasting the automotive market in 2020 is impossible, but let us start here: Global light vehicle sales might halve this year – anything better than that and we’re lucky. The post Seriously Skeptical: Welcome to the...
The U.S. has a long history of voter suppression, a political defect amplified by a scattershot balloting system and further complicated by a pandemic. The post Reality Bites: Down Memory Lane with Voter Suppression appeared first on EETimes.
Campaign donations and voting patterns show that Silicon Valley is as politically divided as the rest of the country. The post High Tech Hedges its Election Donation Bets in 2020 appeared first on EETimes.
US election infrastructure is antiquated and vulnerable. Can we fix it before the 2020 presidential election? The post Unease at the Polls Over Election Integrity appeared first on EETimes.
The threats are well understood, the time to act is now. The post Time Runs Short to Secure U.S. Elections appeared first on EETimes.
The delays are bound to impact the development of products and thus the deployment of both networks and devices. . The post 5G Rollout Will Slow as Standards Work is Suspended appeared first on EETimes.
Election Special Project: Americans are concerned about voter machine hacking, but Republicans keep blocking solutions. The answer might be to go low-tech: vote-by-mail. The post When It Comes to Voting, a Pen is the Highest Tech appeared first on EETimes.
Applied Materials and Broadcom have done likewise. Others, including On Semi and NXP, are reducing guidance numbers. The post Infineon Withdraws 2020 Outlook as Industry Visibility Falls appeared first on EETimes.
Huawei and Xiaomi both need to rapidly fill in their supply chains. They're doing it for different reasons, and they're doing it in different ways, too. The post Huawei vs. Xiaomi: How Two Giants Fueled China’s Growth appeared first on...
Drones are becoming increasingly useful, but integrating them into corporate operations requires meticulous planning. The post Nine Steps to Overcome the Operational Challenges of Commercial Drone Fleets appeared first on EETimes.
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Micron aims to be ahead of the curve before widespread 5G adoption. The post uMCPs Ready Smartphones for 5G appeared first on EETimes.
Medical professionals are employing the latest technology to help mitigate the current pandemic that's hit nearly every continent. The post New and Emerging Tech to Combat the Coronavirus appeared first on EETimes.
Several chip vendors are implementing physically unclonable functions (PUF) to enable security in IoT devices; we look two of these approaches. The post How PUF Technology is Securing IoT appeared first on EETimes.
The U.K. is in discussions with mobile phone operators about accessing subscribers’ location data to ensure, and if necessary, enforce social-distancing guidelines. Several other nations are also known to have instigated similar efforts. The post Mobile Phones to Track and...
That’s about the size of a hamster brain The post Intel Scales Neuromorphic Computer to 100 Million Neurons appeared first on EETimes.
Huanqiangbei is Shenzhen's built-in ecosystem where design, manufacturing and supply chain come together in tight proximity. EE Times’ colleague in Shenzhen visited there earlier this month to observe the recovery in Huanqiangbei. The post Shenzhen’s Trading Hub Gets Back to...
Propelled by 51% share of IDM sales and 65% share of fabless sales, U.S. companies captured 55% of the total worldwide IC market in 2019 The post U.S. IC Companies Maintain Global Marketshare Lead appeared first on EETimes.
Although hopes are fading for rebounding component demand in the second half of the year (2H), Qualcomm is positioned to be an exception. The post Qualcomm Poised For Post-Virus Rebound appeared first on EETimes.