2016-09-25 - Junko Yoshida

Printed force sensors stamp out punched holes

Peratech, which invented quantum tunnelling composite materials, is leveraging its intellectual property to design touch/force-sensing solutions.

2016-09-25 - Junko Yoshida

Peratech presses smart button for touch expansion

By rolling out its QTC development kit, Peratech wants developers to try “reconfigurable super buttons”-enabled by quantum tunnelling composites.

2016-09-23 - Yole Developpement

LEDs secure bright future in automotive sector

In parallel, technologies such as laser and OLED are still considered as complimentary approaches.

2016-09-21 - Vivek Nanda

Chinese engineers hack Tesla Model S

Chinese white hat hackers broke into the Model S and played around with the control system.

2016-09-21 - None

Autonomous car dreams fuel education programme

The one-year course in self-driving car technology is expected to address a shortage of engineers.

2016-09-21 - ASSOCHAM

Low cost labour boosts India’s electronics industry

Rising manufacturing costs in China and Taiwan are compelling manufacturers to shift their manufacturing base to alternate markets, including India.

2016-09-19 - Rick Merritt

FinFETs, FD-SOI expand at Globalfoundries

The news is expected to boost the foundry's competitive position against larger rivals such as TSMC.

2016-09-19 - Rick Merritt

First glance at Globalfoundries’ 7nm

The process is geared for the same kinds of premium cloud and smartphone processors as today’s 14/16nm nodes.