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On his way out the door, Donald Trump has revoked the licenses of several U.S. technology suppliers to do business with Huawei. The post Trump Takes One Last Jab at Huawei appeared first on EETimes.
IBM has supercharged the scientific method, using AI to discover new materials with a fraction of the time and budget The post Accelerated Discovery: AI and the Scientific Method appeared first on EETimes.
From voice control to true wireless, what does 2021 have in store for the world of consumer audio? The post Consumer Audio: 2021 As We Hear It appeared first on EETimes.
A virtual Consumer Electronics Show has some virtues, but experiencing new display technology was not one of them. The post Consumer Electronics Lose Something In Translation to Virtual appeared first on EETimes.
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Every corporate exec should take a pandemic leadership test. NXP CTO Lars Reger, for one, has distilled pandemic-era management into "five commandments." The post NXP Drafts Pandemic-Based ‘Five Commandments’ appeared first on EETimes.
We like the “yes/no” approach because it is absolute and so we can be sure that what we implement is compliant. Unfortunately... The post Product Environmental/Health Safety and Performance Metrics appeared first on EETimes.
TSMC has nearly doubled its capital expenditure budget for 2021 to as much as $28 billion on expectations of strong growth. The post TSMC Boosts Capital Expenditure Budget on Strong Outlook appeared first on EETimes.
The most important “clock phase” of the FCC’s auction of the C-band spectrum finished Friday, raising almost $81 billion. The post C-band Auction Brings Home $80.9B appeared first on EETimes.
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NHTSA has made a good effort in researching and proposing its ADS safety framework under trying circumstances. The Autonomous Vehicles industry is now asked to answer 25 questions to add their expertise. The post NHTSA is Defining Safety for Self-Driving...
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We must reintroduce competition as the basis for economic growth. We know how to innovate, we’ve just forgotten how to share the wealth. The post Competition, Not Bailouts, Promotes Prosperity appeared first on EETimes.
Let's just name upcoming Apple's automotive-grade applications processor, “C1.” Let me suggest a C1 design template, a tier one for Apple's iCar’s digital cockpit, and clues CES2021 has left us with. The post Let’s Talk In-cabin AI, DMS and Apple...
The Galaxy S21 Ultra is the world’s first Wi-Fi 6E enabled mobile phone. The capability is enabled by a chip from Broadcom. The post Samsung Debuts World’s First Wi-Fi 6E Mobile Phone appeared first on EETimes.
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As SPACs gain popularity, expect to see more semiconductor companies taking this route to go public in 2021 The post SPACs Begin to Infiltrate Semiconductor Industry appeared first on EETimes.
We just witnessed Intel reportedly having forced Bob Swan to install Pat Gelsinger, its prodigal son, while Qualcomm handed over the baton to president Cristiano Amon. The post Traps Intel’s Prodigal Son Should Avoid appeared first on EETimes.
Over the past 50 years, CES has served as the global stage for consumer technology innovation. This year, for the first time ever, an all-digital CES 2021 will attempt to continue to function as the preeminent venue for introducing new...
Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua and New York Times pundit Thomas Friedman agreed that the world needs the machines infused with “common sense” values of their flesh-and-blood inventors. The post Shashua-Friedman Chat: AI Is Both ‘Miraculous’ and ‘Dangerous’ appeared first on...
IWiNS figures out which available network is offering the best service and automatically makes the switch, without the smartphone user having to intervene. The post CableLabs’ IWiNS Manages Smartphone Connectivity appeared first on EETimes.
Intel appointed VMware CEO and former Intel CTO Pat Gelsinger to be the new CEO. The transition appears to have been forced by the Intel Board of Directors. The post Intel Board Installs Returning Technologist Gelsinger appeared first on EETimes.
The proposals from Verizon at CES ranged from drone delivery to traffic management to NFL games to enjoying the myriad offerings of museums. The post Verizon CEO Focuses on 5G Apps and Services in CES Keynote appeared first on EETimes.
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Pat Gelsinger, who previously had a distinguished engineering career at Intel, was just tapped to replace Bob Swan as Intel CEO. The post Gelsinger Designated to Succeed Swan as Intel CEO appeared first on EETimes.
Qualcomm buys Nuvia to take control of custom CPU design in-house The post Qualcomm to Buy Nuvia for $1.4 Billion appeared first on EETimes.
SPAC route accelerates FPGA vendor Achronix’ transition into a public company The post Achronix to List on Nasdaq After SPAC Merger appeared first on EETimes.
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Leading autonomous vehicle developers are keeping open the possibility that the mythical robotaxi could possibly become real in 2022. The idea of a “consumer AV” in 2025, however, requires a leap of faith for most industry watchers. The post Why...
Hyper-scalers' investments in new data centers are through the roof. The post Cloud Capex is Stratospheric appeared first on EETimes.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra called 2021 an “inflection point” not only for advances in automotive technology but for the political and environmental future of society as a whole. The post General Motors CEO Boldly Foresees ‘All-Electric Future’ appeared first...