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  • Top Notebook ODMs Off to a Wobbly Start of 2013 as Shipments Falter

    The world’s top notebook PC original design manufacturers (ODM) will endure a bleak first quarter and generally slow first half in 2013 ...

  • Ultrabook and Ultrathin Share of Mobile PC Market to Grow Nearly Threefold This Year

    Ultrabooks and other ultrathin PCs will triple their penetration of the notebook market this year as their once-stratospheric pricing comes down to earth ...

  • Vendors Rise and Fall in the Mobile Handset IC Market

    Qualcomm and Samsung capitalized on rapidly shifting market conditions to claim the top two spots of the mobile handset core ...

  • Amazon Adds to Content Coffers

    Even as chip giant Intel Corp. prepares to enter the Internet-TV market, Amazon.com announced it is expanding its digital library.

  • Conflict Minerals Rule Challenged in Court

    The Securities and Exchange Commission’s rule for dealing with conflict minerals is facing its first legal challenge in the courts, as the National Association of Manufacturers filed a brief in January with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. District.

  • Intel to Launch Web TV Service

    There’s another “I” TV in the works; this time the “I” stands for Intel Corp. The Santa Clara, CA-based chip giant, which has been mulling such a move for a while, will launch the service later this year.

  • Uneven Growth Ahead for Semiconductors

    Broad macroeconomic factors may be driving modest growth in the global semiconductor market, but OEMs need to pay close attention to the undercurrents in specific component markets to ensure their supply lines remain strong.

  • Strong Growth Ahead for MEMS Motion Sensors

    Growth for MEMS motions sensors is expected to top 13 percent in 2013 thanks in large part to strong demand for mobile devices.

  • UPS and Jabil to Provide Reverse Logistics Services

    UPS and Jabil have formed a collaborative partnership to provide aftermarket, return and repair services to electronics OEMs on a global scale.

  • 2018: The End of Easy Scaling and the Dawn of Nanotechnology

    In five years, Moore’s Law will hit a wall. Nanotechnology will break through that wall.

  • Conflict Minerals: Facing the Compliance Challenge

    This is the year publicly-traded companies in the U.S. must track and report details about the conflict minerals in their products, and the dilemma of how exactly to do that is just starting to sink in.

  • New Era Dawns as Digital Cinema Surpasses 35mm Film

    Traditionalists might mourn the decline of 35mm film in cinema, but the technology market will thrive: for the first time, digital cinema became the format of choice at the end of 2012.

  • Wireless OEMs to Drive Chip Spending in 2013

    Following lackluster demand in 2012, worldwide semiconductor spending is set to grow by 6.2 percent in 2013, led by demand from original equipment manufacturers in the wireless segment.

  • Contract Manufacturers Focus on Business Fundamentals

    Improving inventory velocity and cash flow are at the top of the list of objectives in 2013 as manufacturers face continued market uncertainty and increased scrutiny from OEM customers

  • Dell Buyout Riles Investors

    Struggling PC maker Dell Inc. is trying to reassure shareholders that its proposed $24.4 billion acquisition by a group led by founder Michael Dell does not undervalue the corporation.

  • Is Apple Expanding Into Wearable Devices?

    Apple Inc. is blazing the way for a new category of portable computers to be worn on the wrist. The device, dubbed the “iWatch”, will join a selection of wrist-worn smart devices such as the Fitbit and will have many of the same functions as a smartphone,

  • Qualcomm Takes on the World

    Suddenly, mobile wireless seems to be taking over computing and other application markets and Qualcomm is leading the charge.

  • Autonomous Cars: How Soon and at What Cost?

    The building blocks are in place to deliver a fully autonomous car within the decade. But making them foolproof at a price that won’t break the bank will dictate just when the market takes off. That, plus a whole lot of trust.

  • Cummins CM2150E Engine Control Module Teardown

    When we tear down automotive modules - their exact function(s) as well as what vehicle(s) they come from are often difficult to ascertain, and for this module, it is still the case - we don't know much about the device as a functioning unit, other than it

  • Cummins CM2250 Engine Control Module Teardown

    When we tear down automotive modules - their exact function(s) as well as what vehicle(s) they come from are often difficult to ascertain, and for this module, it is still the case - we don't know much about the device as a functioning unit, other than it

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