2016-08-12 - Graham Prophet

Surface traps can pave way for quantum computers

According to MIT researchers, built-in optics could enable chips that use trapped ions as quantum bits.

2016-08-12 - Graham Prophet

Designing on-chip optical components for quantum computers

With the prototype chip, the researchers were evaluating the performance of the diffraction gratings and the ion traps.

2016-08-10 - Graham Prophet

Sulphur-resistant resistors prevent automotive app failure

The sulphuration-resistant construction of Rohm's chip resistors contributes to their long-term reliability.

2016-08-05 - Peter Clarke

TDK to buy Tronics to broaden sensor portfolio

Japan's TDK Corp. has placed a Rs.368.93 crore ($55 million) bid to buy MEMS manufacturer Tronics Microsystems.

2016-08-02 - Graham Prophet

Dev kit aids smartphone accessory design

Motorola’s Moto Mods Development Kit promises to “place the future of smartphone accessories into the hands of makers and developers.”

2016-07-18 - R. Colin Johnson

EU targets holy grail of quantum superconducting

One grant for an ultra-sensitive superconducting photon director could clear the way to a universal supercomputing quantum computer.

2016-07-13 - Rick Merritt

Start-up delivers ASICs using RISC-V

So far open-source silicon has failed to gain traction, and it’s still early days for RISC-V, the latest and broadest…

2016-07-12 - Dylan McGrath

Chip sales struggle amidst soft demand, market malaise

Global chip sales hit ₹ 1.74 lakh crore in May, an increase of 0.4% from April. It was the largest…

2016-07-08 - Nikola Nenadic

Are we ready for industrial mobile?

The industrial sector is being affected by the availability and power of mobile devices. But for mobile to truly meet…

2016-06-21 - Steve Taranovich

EVs as income generators

The second part of the article tackles about solar curtailment and how one could possibly generate an income from EVs.