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Let's take a look at what high-tech innovation trends shaped the industry this week! Unauthorized User Tracking While we've all grown essentially numb ... Read More »
Mercedes-Benz is making smartphones mobile and ensuring that such electronic assistants will be fully linked into the car's infotainment system in the future... Read More »
Harris Corporation has unveiled the Harris Falcon networking system -- the first end-to-end system for connecting warfighters in the field to the tactical cloud. The... Read More »
A team of MIT researchers has found a way of precisely controlling lab grown microfibers making it possible to grow complex structures that are optimally designed for ... Read More »
I’m not sure if I’m a fan of telemedicine -- health care from a distance. When I first heard of the successful test of a wirelessly controlled drug... Read More »
‘Team iPhone’ versus ‘Team Blackberry’ fights are getting more and more dated now that ‘Team Android’ has found its rightful place ... Read More »
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has successfully developed the world's smallest micro DC-DC converter. The micro DC-DC converter features ultra-compact size... Read More »
Here's what high-tech innovation trends and developments made the biggest waves this week! Apple vs Samsung and its Galaxy Nexus Android 4.0 Well, the... Read More »
About 15 years ago, MIT professors Robert Langer and Michael Cima had the idea to develop a programmable, wirelessly controlled microchip that would deliver drugs... Read More »
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Alvin SchaefferThe implications are vast. While the benefits of such technology are obvious, I wonder what this means for the future of cyber hacking in the medical field -- imagine the potential damage someone would wreak if, for example, they could hack into a pacemaker. Forgive the morbid line of thought, but such technology is truly incredible. Of course, the pros significantly outweigh the cons.
Feb 16, 2012
Broadcom Corporation today announced two new dual-band combo chips optimized to provide whole-home, high speed Wi-Fi for tablet computers and the benefits of... Read More »
Barcelona in February means two things: the start of Carnaval, and the yearly Mobile World Congress (MWC) exhibition and conference. Every major company in the... Read More »
  Micron Technology, Inc. is introducing a new product category of low-power DDR3 solutions targeted at the tablet and ultrathin markets. These... Read More »
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Anonymous Interesting article
Feb 9, 2012
Intel will showcase how its products and technologies are transforming experiences from device to cloud. Through a variety of interactive demonstrations, Intel will... Read More »
Broadcom Corporation today introduced the world's first microwave outdoor unit (ODU) on a chip. The BCM85810 combines the functionality of up to 10... Read More »
  Micron Technology, Inc., announced the appointment of D. Mark Durcan as Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the company. Mr. Durcan will also serve as a... Read More »
Intel has entered into a $120 million deal with RealNetworks, with the chipmaker acquiring 190 patents, 170 patent applications and a video codec development team --... Read More »
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Ryan GreyInteresting article. Truly wondering where RealNetworks is heading. I wasn't even sure if they were still around.
Feb 1, 2012
Today Sony Corporation announced that it has named Kazuro Hirai as President and Chief Executive Officer, replacing Sir Howard Stringer who is to become Chairman of... Read More »
Samsung has won a battle against Apple this week in the Netherlands, where a Dutch court has denied Apple's bid to ban Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. This ruling... Read More »
Apple spent a lot of 2011 in court (either directly, or in disguise), attempting to keep competitors’ smartphones and tablets off the market. If patent... Read More »
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Zhi PengApple needs to relax with this, just get over the fact the touchscreen smartphone is way of future.
Jan 27, 2012
Engineers at Brown University have designed a biochip that could mean a less invasive method of testing glucose levels for people living with diabetes. A new sensor... Read More »