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  • Sharp Misses Qualcomm Deadline for IGZO DIsplays

    Sharp is in jeopardy of losing a $60 million investment by U.S. powerhouse Qualcomm by missing a crucial March 29 manufacturing deadline.

  • Boeing Outlines 787 Battery Improvements

    Boeing this week outlined its plan to fix suspected problems with the lithium-ion batteries used in its flagship 787 “Dreamliner.” The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved Boeing’s proposal last week.

  • ecosmart (Lighting Science) DFNA19WWV2120 LED Light Bulb Teardown

    It has taken years for LED prices and light output to reach levels necessary to make marketable lighting products to replace conventional tungsten and CCFL bulbs.

  • GE LED13DA19/830 LED Light Bulb Teardown

    It has taken years for LED prices and light output to reach levels necessary to make marketable lighting products to replace conventional tungsten and CCFL bulbs.

  • Philips AmbientLED 12E26A60 LED Light Bulb Teardown

    It has taken years for LED prices and light output to reach levels necessary to make marketable lighting products to replace conventional tungsten and CCFL bulbs.

  • Here Comes GlobalFoundries: The Upstart is Now #2

    The four-year-old foundry has defied the critics by not only surviving but thriving. It claims the title as the first truly global foundry, while working on the cutting edge of technology. But will it be able attract the customers to grow the business?

  • Small Businesses Hurting Even as Optimism Rises

    A February survey of small business owners showed an increase in optimism – the NFIB index moved up 1.9 points to 90.8 from 88.9 in January, but it's not enough to spur hiring.

  • A New Industrial Revolution… to Green Up Electric Motors

    Electric motors are the largest single consumer of electric power in the world, which is driving new government standards and accelerating demand for energy efficient motor drives.

  • Can White Space Rise Above the Noise?

    Underutilized spectrum situated between vacant TV channels is being targeted by regulators and the global electronics industry for the next wave of broadband wireless services. The opportunities are significant but so are the risks.

  • Samsung Rolls Out S4; New Media Hub

    Samsung released its Galaxy S4 smartphone this week, with key differentiators from previous generations ( and from the iPhone 5) including a larger screen and gesture controls.

  • Agile Chipmakers Shed Inventory in Q4

    In an unusual show of agility, semiconductor manufacturers dramatically lowered their inventory levels in the fourth quarter of 2012 following a worrisome buildup in Q3.

  • Flextronics Expands in Portable Medical Devices

    Leading manufacturing services provider Flextronics is expanding its presence in the growing mobile medical devices market as Cellnovo, a developer of the first mobile diabetes management system, has engaged Flextronics to make its device.

  • Growth in PC DRAM Content Declines

    The “new normal” the PC industry may well be decelerating demand, as suppliers to the market are discovering. The growth rate for memory in PCs this year, for example, will hit its slowest point since it peaked in 2007.

  • LED TV Price Decline Bodes Well for Demand

    The cost advantage of LED technology is finally being reflected in the price of LED TVs, as TV prices drop by as much as 40 percent in the US during the past three years.

  • Huawei Ascend D1 Quad XL U9510E Mobile Handset Teardown

    Huawei announced this model (Ascend D1 Quad XL - U9510E) at Mobile World Congress (with much fanfare and hype) in February 2012, but it took Huawei until October 2012 to deliver the product - and even then it did not live up to their own announcements (the

  • Atmel Acquires IDT’s Smart Metering Portfolio

    Chip maker Atmel has acquired IDT’s smart metering business including IDT’s smart metering IC product lines and technologies, further enhancing Atmel’s smart energy product portfolio.

  • Auto Infotainment Chip Market Growth Slows, GM opens new Tech Center

    Growth in the global automotive infotainment semiconductor market will decelerate a bit this year, but is expected torebound in 2014. Separately, GM announced a new technology development center in Phoenix.

  • Fab Equipment Spending Flat in 2013, Up in 2014

    Semiconductor companies are going to spend about the same amount on fab equipment in 2013 as they did last year, but the overall market is forecast to rebound strongly in 2014, reports SEMI.

  • Google's Motorola Mobility Sheds More Jobs

    Google’s struggling cell phone business, Motorola Mobility, will shed 1,200 jobs in an effort to return to profitability. This is the second layoff since Google acquired the cell phone company last year.

  • How Important is the Ultrabook to Solid State Drive Growth?

    IHS is projecting shipments of ultrathin PCs will account for 28 percent of mobile PCs this year, up from 9 percent last year, which will drive strong growth in solid-state drives.

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