2016-12-05 - Junko Yoshida

Mobileye-Intel may pursue a ‘Wintel-like duopoly’ in auto

When we look closely at technologies offered by Mobileye and Intel in autonomous driving, what does each contribute?

2016-11-11 - Rick Merritt

Trump’s election win paints uncertain future for tech

Donald J. Trump’s upset win of the U.S. presidential election will roil a technology sector largely opposed to his positions on trade and immigration.

2016-10-19 - Martin Nicholls

Turning discarded resistors into assets

Whether the application is crane control, pumps, fans or compressors, replacement resistors are still needed for legacy systems.

2016-10-12 - Max Maxfield

Windows 10: Love it or loathe it?

Microsoft, tired of people not performing updates and then complaining their machines don't work, has taken the decision to update out of our hands.

2016-10-11 - Bill Schweber

Modular smartphone power issues pile up

Engineers know that a good set of power rails is like a good foundation for a structure: if it is not rock-solid, strange things can happen.

2016-09-14 - Mistral Solutions

The amazing world of infotainment

In the age of seamless connectivity, standalone, single-function media devices have converged into feature-rich, complex, upgradable, connected infotainment devices.

2016-09-04 - Zvi Or-Bach

Is 28nm the end of Moore’s Law’s 50-year march?

The industry is at a crossroads: some designs pursue scaling to 7nm while the majority stay on 28nm or older nodes.

2016-08-29 - Bill Schweber

Are IoT-like enhancements really necessary?

Is the scramble to add IoT to power tools and battery packs and to create related applications for smartphones becoming a marketing foible?

2016-08-23 - Kevin Krewell

AMD’s Zen edges out 8-core, 3GHz Intel Broadwell E

AMD has shown desktop and server versions of chips using its new Zen CPU core, and to say the results were impressive would be an understatement.

2016-07-19 - Junko Yoshida

Hard reality: ‘Open road’ still closed to robotic cars

The glowing future of autonomous driving is really hard to pull off.