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Car exec shares his take on the future of car design 2016-01-19
Klaus Meder, president of automotive electronics at Bosch, discussed how trends in car design will affect whether tomorrow's vehicles will be fully internet connected or will run on renewable energy  
Are electronics imports putting a strain on foreign exchange? 2016-01-18
A government official has warned industry players that the "burgeoning imports" are already putting a strain on the country's foreign exchange.  
BMW, Viessman form energy storage company 2016-01-18
The strategy of the new company will pursue an overarching approach that spans disciplines like electromobility, electric power, air conditioning and heating.  
ARM-based server processor from AMD lacks Intel SoC clout 2016-01-18
The 64bit A1100, aka Seattle, uses eight ARM A57 cores, 4Mbytes L2 cache and supports DDR4 memory at up to 1,866MHz as well as support for two Gbit Ethernet controllers  
Intel posts Q4 growth despite PC sales decline 2016-01-18
Intel reported fourth quarter sales of $14.9 billion, on the higher side of the company's estimate of $14.3 billion to $15.3 billion. The company reported a net income of $3.6 billion.  
Qualcomm, TDK ink JV to deliver RF front-end sol'ns 2016-01-15
Aimed at the mobile space, the joint venture targets markets such as the Internet of Things, drones, robotics, automotive applications and more, under the name RF360 Holdings Singapore PTE. Ltd.  
Drop in patent awards sees IBM immutable at top spot 2016-01-15
Last year saw a one per cent decline in U.S. patent activity for the first time in seven years, with 298,407 utility patents filed, while IBM remains the leader with 7,355 patents  
Analyst expects IoT networks to mature this year 2016-01-15
On the IoT network front, analysts predict that the contest for worldwide dominance in LPWA networking technology will be confined to NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT) and LoRa1  
Foxconn to expand facilities, products in India 2016-01-15
At present, the contract manufacturer has facilities in Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh. It has also started building a new plant in Maharashtra with a $5-million investment  
Ford unveils lab to fuse wearables, vehicles 2016-01-14
Researchers at the new Automotive Wearables Experience laboratory are examining the potential to link vital health information to in-vehicle technologies  
In-building mobile data traffic to see 6-fold growth by 2020 2016-01-13
ABI Research forecasted that the steadily rising adoption of 4G and WiFi will boost monthly in-building traffic to 53 exabytes per month by 2020  
Operational design: Customer is king 2016-01-13
By designing operations around their customers and knowing what customers value, operations executives get insight to make appropriate trade-offs and timely decisions when change is inevitable.  
2,500 more Wi-Fi hotspots to rise across India 2016-01-12
As part of the Digital India programme, the government will set up more than 2,000 Wi-Fi hotspots in several locations across the country and plans to reach 50 crore Internet subscribers  
Researchers store solar energy in chemical form 2016-01-12
Researchers at MIT developed a transparent polymer film that could be applied to many different surfaces such as window glass or clothing that makes solar heat freely available.  
BlackBerry sees upbeat future with Android 2016-01-12
BlackBerry plans to release just one or two new devices this year, and both will run Google's Android platform rather than BlackBerry's own operating system.  
Lenovo, Google team up to create Project Tango smartphone 2016-01-11
The Project Tango-enabled smartphone, which is being developed by Lenovo and Google, has the ability to navigate the physical world similar to how we do as humans.  
Paving the way for low-power WAN 2016-01-11
Joel Young of Digi International shared his views on the future of -power wide-area networking (LP-WAN) amid the growing wearable markets and Internet of Things.  
Dual-junction solar cell hits efficiency record 2016-01-11
NREL and CSEM have jointly set a world record for converting non- concentrated (1-sun) sunlight into electricity using a dual-junction III-V/Si solar cell at 29.8 per cent  
LEDs may help grow veggies in space 2016-01-08
Using a vegetable production system (aka Veggie), the NASA unit is, for the first time, able to provide space crews with safe, nutritious and fresh food, as well as a bit of a green-thumb hobby  
Audio sol'n takes smart home control to new heights 2016-01-08
One of the solutions that Conexant unveiled, which is a member of the AudioSmart family, is the RoomAware Optimiser, a processing solution to enhance the listener experience with TV speakers.  
GE's Bluetooth smart control products: Light sol'n made easy 2016-01-08
Although GE's latest Bluetooth-based lighting controls have limited feature set, their simplicity, scalability and well-designed user interface make it an appealing device to many customers.  
Low-power pedestrian navigation IC operates without GPS 2016-01-08
The SENtrace from PNI Sensor works using the company's embedded algorithms, and enables existing ultra-low power inertial sensors to track users when there is little or no GPS signal available.  
Multi-touch display features 3D gesture control 2016-01-07
Microchip teamed up with SiS to deliver what they flaunt as complete projected-capacitive touch (PCAP) and 3D-gesture interface modules that promise to speed development and cut costs.  
Faraday Future stirs up connected car space 2016-01-07
FF came to Las Vegas to formally introduce itself, with an avowed mission to design in Los Angeles and manufacture in North Las Vegas "better, cleaner and connected electric cars  
5 things to expect at CES 2016 2016-01-06
Accenture has done extensive research and engaged with a broad range of clients to identify the big stories to watch at the fast-approaching 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).  
Next-gen tech to drive car sales in coming years 2016-01-06
Globally, the sales volume of the automotive industry will increase from today's $3.5 billion to $6.7 billion by 2030, according to a forecast from McKinsey and the Stanford University.  
Connectivity, infotainment boost car display market 2016-01-05
IHS said global revenue from automotive display systems will grow at a CAGR of more than 11 per cent to $18.6 billion by the end of 2021, resulting from innovation in car connectivity and safety  
NXP develops tiny radar sensors for self-driving cars 2016-01-05
NXP's tiny radar chip, based on CMOS process technology, will open the door for car OEMs and Tier Ones to develop systems consisting of a 'cocoon' of radar sensors for self-driving cars  
Gyroscopes take on zero-gravity conditions 2016-01-04
The Draper design, which has been prototyped and is in preliminary tests including zero-g flights, uses the gyro's spinning mass to sense motion and create a force which resist such movement  
IP design trends for 2016 highlight noteworthy innovation 2016-01-04
The global electronics innovation cycles are seen to revolve around improvements in IP with particular focus on IoT, vision, neural networks and Moore's Law  

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