Keeping our kids safe on the internet is one thing — how do we expand that to include the Internet of Things?
The United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts (Boston) has ruled in favour of Renesas Electronics Corporation and Renesas Electronics America in a patent infringement lawsuit brought against it by Zond.
US President Barack Obama will sign into law a bill that will strengthen trade enforcement, stop evasion of trade laws and provide tools to address unfair currency practices.
As the volume of counterfeit components increases in the marketplace, new solutions are needed to improve electronics supply chain integrity and stability.
Cardinal Components and Infratrac have introduced a solution to the problem of counterfeit electronic components - the anti-counterfeit chemical fingerprint Lutracore. The chemical fingerprint is composed of several commodity chemicals grouped together to create a code that can be detected in seconds anywhere in the supply chain by a technician with less than an hour of training.
Electronics company Mornsun is warning customers to be aware of fraudulent companies offering counterfeit Mornsun products in China, often presented on websites such as CART100 and Alibaba.
Chipmaker Toshiba has filed a suit against Taiwan's Powerchip Technology Corporation and three companies, Powerflash Technology Corporation, Zentel Electronics Corporation, and C.T.C. Co. together, for infringement of Toshiba's Taiwan patents for NAND flash memory.
With the increasing use of drones, it is perhaps only a matter of time before robots replace soldiers. A Swedish researcher suggests that it is necessary to reconsider the international laws of war.
Apple and Google agreed last week to abandon mutual litigation over smartphone software and hardware patents. Yesterday the Korea Times reported that it appears likely Apple and Samsung will also reach a similar agreement soon.
Malicious code activity continued to grow at a record pace throughout 2008, primarily targeting confidential information of computer users, says Symantec.
How would it affect your business if your closest competitor knew precisely how you carry out your business and had access to your internal operating procedures and customer lists?
To maintain relevant Australian Standards, Standards Australia has embarked on a project to reassess about 2000 standards sectors that are more than 10 years old.
Amendment 1 to IPC-A-610C has just been released by the IPC.
The ACA is conducting a voluntary trials of materials for self-assessing electromagnetic radiation (EMR) compliance.