Conexant Systems Inc. announced the CX93610, a low power DIFT JPEG encoder that includes a 656 camera interface and optional microphone input. A monolithic mixed signal Application-Specific Standard Product (ASSP), the CX93610 is designed for monitoring and surveillance camera applications, including
STMicroelectronics has introduced a digital audio processor for multi-microphone applications. ST’s new Smart Voice product family combines exceptional processing performance with desirable scalability and programmability to bring
Dan Simpkins, CEO of Hillcrest Laboratories, discusses the company's motion technology products including the Scoop Pointer along with several new partnerships.
Sherif Hanna, Product Marketing Director at Atmel, goes over their maXTouch S Series, their capacitive touchscreen controllers introduced at CES 2012.
Jaymin Amin, Program Director at Corning, demos the second iteration of the company's award-winning Gorilla Glass.
Sarah Book, Application Engineer with Murata Electronics North America, demonstrates their capacitive wireless charging technology.
Mike Hopkins, Mobile Marketing Manager with Imagination Technologies, discusses a development board that is capable of demodulating worldwide broadcast standards.
Dan Harmon, the Consumer & Computing Interface Product Marketing Manager with Texas Instruments, discusses their SuperSpeed USB 3.0 portfolio.
STMicroelectronics is showcasing its latest-generation connected home platform in Las Vegas during the world's largest Consumer Electronics Show.Â
Dan Harmon, the Consumer & Computing Interface Product Marketing Manager with Texas Instruments, talks about their sub-LDVS display serializers and deserializers.
Introduced in February 2011, Intel’s Thunderbolt technology is near its first anniversary. And a successful first year it’s been. Initially adopted by Apple across its PC line, Intel has announced the adoption of the technology by more PC OEMs and PC peripheral makers. On the Windows side, Lenovo has
At CES 2012, Qualcomm announced two more e-readers using its 5.7” mirasol display; these will be from Chinese companies Shanda and Hanvon. In November, Korea-based Kyobo released the first e-reader with mirasol display technology.
In this video Dan Simpkins, CEO of Hillcrest Laboratories, discusses their FSMSI 2 module, a 9-axis sensor that includes a 3-axis gyroscope.
STMicroelectronics today unveiled a smart suit prototype with sewn-in new multi-sensor ST iNEMO® motion co-processor that recognize complex movements of the wearer’s body and translate them to a digital model with outstanding precision and speed.
Wilocity announced at the Consumer Electronics Show that they are delivering the world's first multi-gigabit wireless system based on newly completed and ratified WiGig 60 GHz standard, in mid-2012. At the conference, Wilocity will be the first company to showcase live WiGig applications in action, including
Ford Collaborates with Microsoft, Healthrageous and BlueMetal Architects for In-Car Health and Wellness ResearchJanuary 12, 2012 4:58 am | News | Comments
LAS VEGAS â€“ Ford, Microsoft, Healthrageous and BlueMetal Architects announced an alliance today to research technology to help people monitor and maintain health and wellness while on the move. The alliance was unveiled during the â€œDoctor in Your Carâ€ keynote address...
Beaverton, Ore. â€“ Continua Health Alliance, an international not-for-profit organization of healthcare and technology companies dedicated to creating an eco-system of interoperable personal connected health products and services, today announced it will make its Design Guidelines...
Micro Power Electronics, Inc., a subsidiary of Electrochem Solutions, Inc., announced that Jeffrey VanZwol, Vice President of Marketing for Micro Power, will speak about battery power innovations at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this week in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Ivo Stivoric, CTO and VP of New Products with Bodymedia, explains their wearable body monitor product line at the 2012 CES.
At CES 2012, Hillcrest Labs announced several new customers and products that will utilize Hillcrest’s next-generation portfolio of motion control software and products. Companies bringing new products and reference designs to market in 2012 that leverage Hillcrest’s technology will include
Wavien, Inc. demonstrates and ultra-high brightness with over 7,000 nits LED back light LCD Micro Cube for video wall applications using their proprietary Recycling LED Technology (RLT). These Micro Cubes can be used for outdoor advertisement with over 7,000 nits of brightness. Two Micro Cubes are being demonstrated at the CES trade show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, January 10th - 13th, 2012, booth number 21712, showing both the technology and the ability to be assembled into a video wall.
MaxLinear announced the MxL603, its next-generation high-performance TV tuner for digital cable and terrestrial set-top box applications. Based on low-power 65-nm digital CMOS process technology, the tuner supports all global digital cable and terrestrial
Texas Instruments introduced its latest ZigBee RF4CE remote control solution with support for the upcoming ZigBee Input Device (ZID) profile, which enables mouse-like pointing functionality, keyboard and gesture- and touch-based input controls.
Murata Electronics North America expanded what it asserts is the world’s thinnest waterproof piezoelectric speaker product line. The new VSLBG2216E1100-T0 build’s on the company’s earlier waterproof model with enhanced sound quality through
STMicroelectronics unveiled a smart suit prototype with sewn-in new multi-sensor ST iNEMO motion co-processor that recognize complex movements of the wearer’s body and translate them to a digital model with outstanding precision and speed. The iBMR, iNEMO Body Motion Reconstruction technology could improve outcomes in clinical and sports medicine applications, as well as enhancing augmented reality where users could, for example, jog side by side with the world champion on their local running track.