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Sonos didn't quite brick its legacy products, but it's depending a little too heavily on the ingenuity of its loyal (so far) customers. The post My Sonos Connect is Technically Not a Brick appeared first on EETimes.
One of my rare joyful moments during the Covid-19 scourge was the email from the Consumer Technology Assocaition that this year’s actual be-there-or-be-square CES had been flushed. The post Without Trade Shows, What Are We Missing…Really? appeared first on EETimes.
Amidst the mania of self-driving, did you dismiss the role of eye-gaze tracking and driver monitoring systems (DMS) in cars? The post Time to Open Eyes to Eye Tracking appeared first on EETimes.
China's Geely Auto Group will, in late 2021, deplo Mobileye’s “full stack,” 360-degree camera-only ADAS solution to power Level 2+ electric vehicles. The post China’s Geely to deploy Mobileye’s ‘Hands-Free’ ADAS appeared first on EETimes.
Is 2020 the year NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF) finally takes off? The post NVMe-oF Is Ready to Go the Distance appeared first on EETimes.
5 days ago in News
DARPA’s near-zero-power sensor technologies have extended battery lifetimes from four weeks to up to four years, but more work needs to be done. The post DARPA: Research Advances for Near-Zero-Power Sensors appeared first on EETimes.
Xilinx FPGA platform powers Continental's 4D imaging radar sensors, which are scheduled to be deployed in passenger vehicles in 2021. The post First 4D Imaging Radar Sensors for ADAS to Ship in Vehicles in 2021 appeared first on EETimes.
Healthy markets are possible for emerging memories without trying to supplant DRAM or NAND flash. The post Emerging Memories May Never Go Beyond Niche Applications appeared first on EETimes.
6 days ago in News
Legacy memories are no longer lowly devices that hit their end of life (EOL) because a major vendor is focused on the latest and greatest. The post Plenty of Life Left in ‘Legacy’ Memories appeared first on EETimes.
The devastation of wildfire is bad enough. The inflexibility of modern technology just makes it all worse. The post Don’t Wanna Live Like a Refugee appeared first on EETimes.
7 days ago in News
Otonomo, an Israeli startup that collects car data generated by more than 22 million connected vehicles around the world, rolled out this week a cloud-based platform whose data layer is now exposed to its customers via API. The post Otonomo...
The BGM220 Bluetooth Low Energy part is designed for a range of applications, including asset tags, beacons, portable medical and fitness. The post Silicon Labs Adds Secured Bluetooth Low Energy Modules appeared first on EETimes.
The enterprise market is growing eager for private 5G networks. Verizon aims to cater to that business. The post Verizon Taps Partners to Build 5G Private Networks appeared first on EETimes.
1 week ago in News
MRAM specialist Spin Memory attracted some important allies as it goes after the U.S. military memory market. The post Spin Partners with ARM, Applied in MRAM Manufacturing appeared first on EETimes.
Skeptics question the wisdom of subsidizing new U.S. fabs at the expense of next-generation chip technologies. The post Fab Emphasis Questioned as U.S. Chip Lobby Sounds Off appeared first on EETimes.
On the 20th anniversary of the ARC IPO, a refelection on how how it got there from developing 3D chips for games consoles The post ARC: from 3D Game Chips to Licensable RISC Processor appeared first on EETimes.
Ericsson purchased Cradlepoint, for $1.1 billion. The move gets the company directly into the growing enterprise-based 5G market. The post Ericsson Buys Cradlepoint to Enter Enterprise 5G Market appeared first on EETimes.
The Xilinx T1 card handles the "boring 5G stuff," leaving a 5G baseband unit processor to handle applications. The post Xilinx Debuts T1 Card to Enable Open RAN Splits appeared first on EETimes.
2 weeks ago in News
Edge AI applications are many and varied, which means that there are nearly endless options for memory for edge applications. The post Memory Technologies Confront Edge AI’s Diverse Challenges appeared first on EETimes.
Covid-19 popped up and spread too quickly for humans to respond effectively. Its impact has swept the world and its damage will be remembered for years to come. Several months after its outbreak, the pandemic is still not under control...
The disruption of the the Intel-dominated chip industry is commencing with Nvidia in the process of buying Arm. The post Nvidia’s Deal for Arm is a Game Changer appeared first on EETimes.
China is making major investments in autonomous vehicles and are planning extensive development in all aspects of this emerging segment of the auto industry—technology, startups, testing, regulation and deployment. The post Autonomous Vehicles in China appeared first on EETimes.
New SiFive CEO Patrick Little says the industry is at a point of inflection as chip companies look for open ISA The post SiFive Appoints CEO from Qualcomm Automotive Business appeared first on EETimes.
Machine vision and automative applications are propelling the demand for AI chips to new heights. The post AI Chips Sector is Booming appeared first on EETimes.
WiBotic has announced it obtained authorization from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for its 300W high power transmitters and receivers for wireless charging of drones, mobile robots, and other commercial/industrial battery-powered devices operated in the U.S. WiBotic is working to...