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Two foreign companies and two local ones are putting up manufacturing facilities in different regions across India, boosting the electronics industry and economy as a whole.
Scientists from Tohoku University have developed a new type of energy-efficient flat light source based on carbon nanotubes with very low power consumption of around 0.1W for every hour's operation.
Advanced Micro Devices will lay off 7 per cent of its 10,149 staff by the end of the year.
The car's uniqueness runs far deeper than its electric drivetrain, battery packs and futuristic body. It goes all the way down to the electronics behind the car's infotainment and instrumentation.
There has been little research in networking microgrids, but the Indian government is interested in ways to connect DC rural grids to each other and to the AC urban grid.
TSMC's 16nm FinFET process promises impressive speed and power improvements as well as leakage reduction. It has twice the gate density of TSMC's 28nm HPM process.
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi introduced the 'Make in India' campaign in order to improve the country's manufacturing sector, thereby creating more jobs for the young workforce.
The mobile sensor market is expected to grow to a double-digit trillion range in the future, from $13 billion in 2014, fuelled by the expansion of IoT to applications including automotive and smart home.
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