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3 days ago in News
Potential to create AI-ready wide-angle footage with embedded contextual data
The impact on passenger traffic is over, and effects on the electronics supply chain are fading, but the long-term impact on Hong Kong's entrepot trade will persist.
Augmented reality tools are being used to manufacture the next U.S. manned spacecraft.
An interview with Foretellix on test coverage tools for AV design; why Broadcom bought Symantec; and two R&D projects that may lead to optical computers
4 days ago in News
Trials in London use facial recognition to get you your beer faster at the bar, but then also track you as you go home on the train.
5 days ago in News
Prime contractors must adopt new approaches to cut costs from the supply chain.
Flexible electronics is advancing but still needs a guide to process steps and better batteries, said experts at a NextFlex event.
6 days ago in News
Cray won a $600 million deal to build the El Capitan exascale system, sweeping all three next-gen supercomputers for U.S. government labs.
Cloud computing and big data analysis will require the development of ever more performant computing systems. We can imagine what these high-performance computers might look like as early as 2035.
It's early days, but now is the time to start exploring quantum computing technology. Using it effectively will require completely re-thinking how you program.
1 week ago in News
Foretellix co-founders believe car OEMs cannot verify the safety of an AV through miles-driven only. They focus on the quality of coverage.
You know 5G is almost here by the number of announcements on engineering products, collaborations, and market reports.
Engineer Bill Thanos helped many find a path to digital music riding the SanDisk Sansa Clip.
The Austrian sensor developer re-entered the bidding to acquire its rival; the combo would be a $5 billion company.
Manufacturer of USB spectrum analyzers will let you rent directly from the company.
Going fishing? Industry experts share their methodology for finding interesting “fishing spots” in the formal verification process.
Are we ever going to see any 5G handsets? | Ultra Wideband is revived with ranging capabilities | Bob Swan's got a big job at Intel
2 weeks ago in News
A new Nasdaq-style board was launched in the Shanghai Stock Exchange. It might presage how China’s stock markets look in the future.
Synopsys to add automotive virtual prototyping to portfolio with acquisition of German simulation and test tools provider QTronic.
Broadcom bid $10.7 billion for Symantec to grow a software portfolio that could make up a third of its revenues.
Samsung and SK Hynix announced 100+ layer 3D NAND and Toshiba discussed a low latency part at the Flash Memory Summit.