After delving deeper into the Toyota testimony, embedded systems expert David Cummings has found there was no credible theory based on evidence.
A software bug has caused the bit in Toyota's data structure to erroneously flip from one to zero, causing the accident, according to an expert.
Last year was a difficult one to call for semiconductor revenue but it has also seen a lot of changes in FPGA land.
Figures backing up women start-ups are impressive especially in the electronics and technology industry, and the acquisitions are way better.
In the name of “5G acceleration,” companies have announced their support for “non-standalone” 5G new radio. But what on earth is “non-standalone” 5G?
The Helio X30 aims for a balance of performance and efficiency with a tri-cluster, deca-core CPU but challenges lie ahead, says IHS Markit's senior an...
Disruptive geo-political situations notwithstanding, Cadence's Ahuja is optimistic about technology in 2017 and identifies key trends and drivers that...
There are applications where unusual chemistries, construction and form factor are priorities, such as safely powering devices inside humans.
U.S. companies should worry about increasingly complicated requirements under the Chinese Network Security Law. Are there any lessons for India?
As the complexity of programmable system-on-chip architectures and their MCU increases, so do the issues that can occur at each stage of design.