2017-05-03 - Vivek Nanda

Synapse to add 200 engineers at Ranchi

When Synapse acquired Ranchi-based Asilicon last month, they announced a plan to add 200 engineers to Ranchi's 80. *EE Times…

2017-04-19 - Junko Yoshida

Mindless objects poised to get smart

Billions of things, once connected, will eventually embody intelligence. The notion, while fantastic, is enough to make anyone uneasy.

2017-04-19 - Junko Yoshida

Connectivity will trigger IoT’s exponential growth

There will be exponential growth in new IoT chip designs, and Lucio Lanza believes connectivity will be the big growth…

2017-04-03 - Julia Shabunina

Perovskite to catch up with GaAs ‘soon’

It has already been proved that perovskite solar cells can surpass currently available silicon-based solar batteries in terms of their…

2017-04-03 - Julia Shabunina

Perovskite creates exciting research challenge

A promising material for the solar power industry, perovskite's efficiency levels have already reached 22.1% and continue to increase.

2016-10-07 - Dr. Lorenzo Grande

Rush to beat Apple blows up in Samsung’s face

Executives at the Korean Battery Industry Association fear this accident might trigger a crisis similar to the one Sony experienced.

2016-10-07 - Dr. Lorenzo Grande

Li-ion batteries still prone to catching fire

Li-ion batteries are still prone to catching fire and endangering their owners.

2016-10-06 - Junko Yoshida

Deep learning is robo-cars’ Achilles heel, experts say

U.S. regulators fail to tangle head-on with fundamental difficulties in testing machine learning.

2016-10-06 - Junko Yoshida

Knowing the limitations of machine learning

A highly autonomous vehicle is designed to operate only in a certain designated area, but does the data used truly…

2016-10-06 - Junko Yoshida

Independence of automotive safety assessment

Compared to other industries, automakers have been coddled and permitted to operate under the privileged framework of “self-certification.”