Renesas Electronics has announced three programmable power management ICs (PMICs) that offer high power efficiency and a small footprint for application processors in smartphones and tablets: the ISL91302B, ISL91301A and ISL91301B PMICs.
The UP Squared Grove IoT Development Kit, from AAEON, has been designed as a modular and ready-to-use toolset optimised for simplicity. The kit combines an AAEON UP Squared board and the Seeed Studio Grove prototyping system with the Arduino Create integrated online platform.
MathWorks has announced that MATLAB now offers NVIDIA TensorRT integration through GPU Coder. This helps engineers and scientists develop AI and deep learning models in MATLAB with the performance and efficiency needed to meet the growing demands of data centres, as well as embedded and automotive applications.
Scientists have created technology that will enable our computers, and all optic communication devices, to run 100 times faster through terahertz microchips.
STMicroelectronics and Sigfox have announced a collaboration agreement to support the demand for connected devices for a broad range of applications.
MathWorks has announced Release 2018a (R2018a) of its MATLAB and Simulink product families, introducing a range of additional capabilities.
One of the world's early computer software editors, which is still in use today, is being released for free use by developers around the world.
Researchers have developed a new type of lens using standard computer-chip technology that could replace the bulky layers and complex geometries of traditional curved lenses.
A cup holder that wirelessly charges electronic devices in a 3D space has been developed by the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute in South Korea.
US researchers have developed graphene printing technology that can produce flexible, low-cost, conductive and water-repellent electronic circuits.
Microsemi has announced the SmartFusion2 system-on-chip (SoC) field programmable gate array (FPGA) maker board, enabling firmware and design engineers to leverage the power of Microsemi's SmartFusion2 architecture.
As research teams worldwide explore ways to design a computer chip that can integrate quantum interactions, UNSW engineers believe they have found the solution.
The WICED CYW43907 evaluation kit, from Cypress Semiconductor, offers engineers a product that is said to reduce time to market when producing production-ready Internet of Things (IoT) designs.