(Crunchgear.com) We will see more of these devices coming in the next few years, I am sure: Panasonic today announced [JP] the BG-BL01, a portable and solar-powered LED light that doubles as a charger for USB gadgets. The device is sized at just 152×104×24mm, weighs 150g, can house two AA batteries and is splash proof.
(Hothardware.com) AMD launched the first volley of their Fusion technology salvo late last year and since then thin-and-light notebook offerings from various major OEMs have come to market. AMD's Brazos platform and specifically the Zacate E-350 processor were obvious successes and the company was able to pull down many strong design wins with manufacturers like Lenovo and HP leading the charge, marketing the product's intrinsic benefits.
(Wired.com) I can think of precisely one use for a headphone jack splitter, and that’s for watching movies on the iPad when I’m on a plane or train, traveling with The Lady. However, I am also aware that there are couples whose individual musical tastes don’t make each other physically sick, and who might like to share a jack socket as they walk romantically down the street.
AWR Corporation, the innovation leader in high frequency EDA, has awarded the top three winning teams of the 2011 International Microwave Symposium High Efficiency Power Amplifier Student Design Contest with fully-functional, one-year, personal-use licenses for its popular Microwave Office® and Visual System Simulator™ (VSS) software suites – inclusive of AXIEM™ 3D planar EM software.
According to the latest research from Informa Telecoms & Media, telecoms and pay TV operators will increasingly need to add new services such as Spotify and YouView to their bundles to keep existing subscribers and attract new ones.
Industry leaders Ken Nesteroff, Medical and Industrial Imaging Business Development Manager at Texas Instruments, Nick Lukianov, Technical Director, Business Development, Vertical Segments at Avnet Electronics Marketing, Americas, Paul Errico Strategic Marketing Manager at Analog...
Tektronix, Inc., announced the acquisition of Veridae Systems, Inc. The details of the transaction were not disclosed. Founded in 2009 to commercialize research from the University of British Columbia, Veridae delivers three leading products for ASIC/FPGA prototyping debug, ASIC post silicon validation and FPGA-based system product validation into leading semiconductor and system product companies.
Following reductions in feed-in-tariffs across Europe, the rapid rise in the photovoltaic project pipeline in the US market now represents one of the most compelling PV market growth opportunities anywhere in the world. According to the July 2011 edition of the United States Deal Tracker database released by Solarbuzz today, the US non-residential photovoltaic (PV) pipeline now exceeds 17 gigawatts (GW).
Analog Devices’ Technical Webcast ‘Powering Your Circuit’ Focuses on Power Supply Design ConsiderationsJuly 6, 2011 5:14 am | News | Comments
Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI) will broadcast its “Powering Your Circuit” webcast on July 13, 2011, at 2:00 pm EDT. This 60-minute webcast is the first dealing with the important – but often overlooked subject – of power supply design.
Laird Technologies announced the release of its enhanced MMCU-4 radio remote control receiver.
Of all of the important electronic gizmos in our life that we use every day most have gone wireless – with the exception of the desktop monitor.
World?s best selling digital cinema projectors preferred by exhibitors and industry leaders.
Texas Instruments is proud to announce that this year they are celebrating 15 years of proven digital deployments worldwide.
Heilind Electronics, North America’s largest interconnect distributor, has added Molex’s new Flexi-Mate family of connectors to its comprehensive inventory of connectors. Flexi-Mate connectors provide a full range of both board-to-board and wire-to-board solutions. Flexi-Mate...
Panasonic launched the Panasonic Fuel Cell Development Office Europe (PFCOE) in Langen, Germany. The facility, situated in Panasonic’s European R&D center in Germany (PRDCG), will focus on developing residential fuel cells for the European...
KEMET Corp. announced plans to construct a new manufacturing facility in Skopje, Macedonia. "This facility is a component of KEMET’s long-term strategy of consolidating and maintaining manufacturing for its European customer base, while fulfilling our...
Audio Pixels Holdings Limited (AKP:ASX; OTC:ADPXY) is pleased to announce that it has signed a Joint Development Agreement with Sony Corporation of Japan for the development of its patented low cost micro-electro mechanical (?MEMS?) digital speakers.
Until now, 3D Compasses have typically used non-standard technologies such as magneto-resistive materials or Hall-effect structures combined with magnetic field concentrators to detect the direction of the Earth?s magnetic field.
In this episode, we talk to Steve Grady of Cymbet on energy harvesting, low-power circuitry, and the challenges to the engineer in evaluating and implementing the technology.
PICCO is the smallest dedicated temperature controller in the market. Its unique electrical design provides consistent and accurate control of temperature ranging from -120 degrees celsius to 690 degrees celsius.
Micro Power announced IronWorks, a patent pending Iron Phosphate battery solution, which serves as a drop-in replacement for Sealed Lead Acid (SLA) batteries.
Texas Instruments became the first partner to achieve the Netflix Silicon Reference Implementation (SRI) certification for the Netflix HD application on Android.
Leading provider of wireless base station enhancement products, Communications Components Inc. (CCI), has now launched its PiMPro family of analyzers in EMEA, which enable mobile network operators (MNOs) to remove the adverse affects of Passive Intermodulation (PIM) – a form of interference - from their networks, and prevent it from damaging quality of service (QoS) and customer experience.
Pickering Interfaces is expanding its range of PXI Fault Insertion solutions with the introduction of the 40-197 and the 40-198. Fault Insertion (FI) modules are used within an Automatic Test System to simulate common fault conditions such as an open, short to ground or a short to other connections in a device under test.
The 6000 series of micro-miniature accelerometers from Columbia Research Laboratories have been perfected over the years so that they may be used for general purpose work.