VIA Technologies announced the VIA EPIA-P820, a Pico-ITX form factor board featuring the high performance, 64-bit VIA Nano processor. The board includes full 64-bit software support, a high-performance superscalar architecture and full support of the latest virtualization technologies for next generation server and virtual machine applications. Measuring
Texas Instruments introduced two Class-D audio amplifiers for home entertainment applications. Capable of driving 600 W, the TAS5630 and TAS5631 are said to feature the highest stereo output power in the industry, more than
MIPS Technologies, a leading provider of industry-standard processor architectures and cores, announced today integration of an optimized Yahoo! Widget Engine for MIPS-Based digital home devices.
Binder-USA has released protective caps for its Series 718, M8 panel connectors. The caps provide IP67-rated environmental protection for un-mated panel-mount sockets.
Microvision, developer of light-scanning technologies for display and imaging products, unveiled its commercially available laser pico projector, the SHOWWX.
Toshiba is looking to redefine the “all-in-one device” with its “Cell TV,” an HD-3D LED TV poised for release in 2010. The Japanese company announced this potential game-changer at CES today.
Stackpole Electronics expanded its RNCS Series of resistors with TCR options down to 15 ppm. The RNCS Series is a reliable moisture-withstanding thin film chip resistor series designed for applications requiring
The bqTESLA Contactless Charging Evaluation Kit is a high-performance, easy-to-use development kit based on Fulton Innovation’s eCoupled intelligent wireless power technology for the design of low-power contactless charging solutions.
StarTech.com, a leading manufacturer of A/V and digital signage connectivity solutions, has launched three new products in its Converge A/V “UTPE series” family of VGA over Cat 5 Extender devices
New content for mobile devices, interactive Web-connected TV, new screen sizes for portables, and apps galore are likely to be main attractions at the 2010 CES.
D-Link made lots of geeks and early adopters happy today by introducing the revolutionary Boxee Box by D-Link, winner of the CES Best of Innovations award in the Home Entertainment category.
The MPEG Industry Forum (MPEGIF), the world’s largest advocacy group for standard’s based digital television technologies, announced today the date for the first inaugural meeting of its recently launched 3DTV Working Group.
Device may crack near the radiopaque marker band, potentially resulting in serious patient injury.
At just over a quarter-inch in overall height, the Skiff Reader is the thinnest e-reader announced to date. It features the largest and highest-resolution electronic-paper display yet unveiled in a consumer device, at 11.5" in size with a resolution of 1200 x 1600 pixels (UXGA).
EDSA unveiled its Paladin SmartGrid software platform, a “master controller” enabling the use of on-premise and distributed energy sources – such as solar, wind, or local co-generation – without jeopardizing the reliability of the legacy utility grid.
WD, a leader in external storage solutions, and NEC Electronics, a leading provider of semiconductor solutions, today announced that the companies have collaborated to promote the new SuperSpeed Universal Serial Bus (USB) 3.0 standard.
The ZigBee Alliance announced the availability of ZigBee Remote Control, the new global standard for advanced remote controls. ZigBee Remote Control is the first public application profile designed specifically for use with the ZigBee RF4CE specification announced earlier this year.
Atmel Corporation is collaborating with H&D Wireless to deliver an IEEE802.11b+g Wi-Fi solution for Atmel's 32-bit AVR microcontrollers. In this collaboration, H&D Wireless will provide the SPB104 Wi-Fi extension board which is easily connected to the AVR32 UC3 evaluation kits through the SD card socket.
The Electronics Representatives Association (ERA) has announced that Kathie Cahill, CPMR, president of Net Sales Company of Victor, N.Y., is the recipient of the 2009 Ray Hall Spirit of ERA Award.
Analog Devices, Inc. announced today that TEAC Corporation, a premier designer and manufacturer of professional audio equipment, has selected ADI’s Blackfin processor as the processing platform for its new PT-7 Chromatic Tuner/Recorder designed by TASCAM, the company’s recording equipment brand.
austriamicrosystems, a global designer and manufacturer of high performance analog ICs for communications, industrial, medical and automotive applications, today announced two new in-vehicle-network ICs, the AS8520 and AS8530.
Hittite Microwave Corporation has introduced two new SMT packaged high resolution 6-Bit and 7-bit Digital Attenuators which are ideal for automotive, broadband, cellular/3G, WiMAX/4G, military and test & measurement equipment applications from DC to 6 GHz.
In 1949, Jo Ann Lewis began losing her sight to retinis pigmentosa, a degenerative disease that destroys light-detecting cells in the eye. Today, microelectronic implants have allowed her to recapture a vestige of vision.
(Arizona State University) In the current issue of Science, Stuart Lindsay, director of Arizona State University's Center for Single Molecule Biophysics at the Biodesign Institute, along with his colleagues, demonstrates the potential of a new DNA sequencing method in which a...