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AMD partners with Mentor for improved embedded Linux support 02/04/2014

AMD has signed a multi-year agreement with Mentor Graphics to expand availability of open-source embedded Linux development for the company's ...

Winners of student engineering challenge announced 02/04/2014

The winners of the UKESF's Go4SET challenge, an engineering and science competition for 12-14 year olds, have been announced.

Anglia inks distribution deal with Teledyne LeCroy 01/04/2014

Anglia Components has agreed to become the sole distributor of Teledyne LeCroy's bench test instruments.

Heat-conducting polymer survives up to 200°C 01/04/2014

Researchers in the US have created a polymer which they say can improve the interface between silicon and heatsinks.

Toshiba has processor for wearable devices 01/04/2014

Toshiba's ApP Lite processor provides integrated sensing, data processing and wireless transmission for wearable devices such as activity monitors ...

Philips smart TVs 'open to serious hacks' 01/04/2014

Smart TVs from Philips have been found to suffer from a number of serious security flaws that could allow hackers to not only steal information from ...

Competition will support commercialisation of graphene 31/03/2014

A £2.5million competition is being launched to explore the commercial applications of graphene.
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Solar cells can absorb and emit light 31/03/2014

In a development that could lead to cheaper lasers, researchers have discovered that perovskite solar cells can emit as well as absorb light.

MEMS switch can handle 5kW at 3GHz 31/03/2014

General Electric has created a 3GHz RF MEMS switch that can handle up to 5kW of power.

New tranche of Doctoral training centres announced 31/03/2014

Chancellor George Osborne has committed £500million to 22 new Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs).

Industrial Internet Consortium formed to create ‘more ... 31/03/2014

AT&T, Cisco, GE, IBM and Intel have established the Industrial Internet Consortium (IIC), an open membership group that is focusing on a range of ...

On-chip neural network uses silicon photonics 31/03/2014

Researchers from Ghent University have created an on-chip neural network using silicon photonics and say the design was inspired by the way in which ...

Slime mould could provide the basis for future computers, ... 28/03/2014

In a study published in the journal Materials Today, European researchers have revealed details of logic units built using living slime moulds and ...

Dissolving batteries for powering implantable electronics 28/03/2014

A team at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, led by John Rogers, has developed a biodegradable battery source for implantable devices.

GaN-on-Si LEDs cut mounting area by 90% 28/03/2014

Measuring just 0.65 x 0.65mm, Toshiba's TL1WK family of white LEDs is designed to reduce mounting area by 90% compared to competing solutions.

OSD market on the road to recovery 28/03/2014

The market for optoelectronics, sensors, actuators and discrete semiconductors (OSD) is expected to grow by 8% this year, after two years of almost ...

Metamaterials set to enable terahertz radiation sensors 27/03/2014

Thin layers of semiconductors can turn electrical voltage into light and vice versa, serve as light detectors. However, it has been hard to couple ...

Intel extends chip deal with Altera 27/03/2014

Intel and Altera have announced a partnership to develop heterogeneous multi-die devices built on Intel's 14nm Tri-Gate process.

Developer kit based on NVIDIA’s Tegra K1 processor 26/03/2014

NVIDIA has launched a development platform which it believes will open the door to the creation of applications that employ computer vision, image ...

‘Smallest LEDs yet’ targeted at wearable electronics ... 26/03/2014

Plessey has launched the dotLED range, said to be its smallest packaged MaGIC LED yet, and is targeting the device at applications in wearable ...

Intel expands its wearable device focus with acquisition 26/03/2014

Intel has completed the acquisition of BASIS Science, a developer of wearable devices for health and wellness applications including the BASIS Carbon ...

Next gen supercomputer unveiled at Edinburgh uni 26/03/2014

A supercomputer capable of more than one million billion calculations in a second has been launched at the University of Edinburgh.

Southampton project to explore the use of germanium in ... 25/03/2014

Research led by the University of Southampton is aiming to establish whether germanium can be used in mid infrared photonics circuits and sensors.

Updated place and route package set to bring x10 ... 24/03/2014

Following a 'ground up' redesign of its IC Compiler place and route software, Synopsys says users can expect to see a tenfold increase in physical ...

Perovskite material can be a display and solar panel 24/03/2014

A new material has been developed by Singapore researchers that could lead to touch and display screens doubling up as solar panels. In the future, ...