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Memory Chip Smaller than Blood Cell

news Scientists have made a memory chip roughly the size of a white blood cell.

A Better Definition for the Kilogram?

It turns out that nobody can say for sure, at least not in a way that won’t change ever so slightly over time.

Identifying Avian Influenza Virus in Minutes Instead of Days

news Quick identification of avian influenza infection in poultry is critical to controlling outbreaks, but current detection methods can require several days to produce results.

SoC Solution for Car Navigation Systems

Renesas Technology Europe announced the SuperH family SH7775, an SoC solution designed for high-performance car information systems such as next-generation car navigation systems.

Mini-projectors -- maximum

news Almost no public presentation today is made without projectors. As the years pass, these devices keep getting smaller - and handier. The miniature projectors have to deliver sharp contrasts and clear colors. In all current systems of pocket projectors, a single imaging channel is used. This means a minimal size for the projector is a given - and smaller will not work. A researcher construction method relies on a number of regularly ordered micro-lenses - an array - as the projection lens.

Gaming Chair

news Gamers seeking what could be the ultimate accessory. US company Ultimate Game Chair 's Renegade seat is now available from a UK supplier.

Micro Microwave

news Researchers at the National Institute of Standards of Technology (NIST) and George Mason University have demonstrated what is probably the world 's smallest microwave oven, a tiny mechanism that can heat a pinhead-sized drop of liquid inside a container slightly shorter than an ant and half as wide as a single hair.

Universal Programmable Microstepping Stepper Motor

The MD2S from US Digital is a universal programmable microstepping stepper motor driver capable of driving size 17 to 42 stepper motors.

60W Switch Mode Power Supplies Offer Cost And Reliability Benefits

news A new range of desk top 60 and 65W switch mode power supplies has been introduced by PowerPax.

Electronic Transformer Reduces Energy Costs in Industrial Applications

PULS has announced the introduction of a new and innovative concept to generate a DC voltage from a 3-phase source

Desktop PC with Intel's 45nm Processor

news Alienware Area-51 ALX desktop PC, armed with Intel 's new Penryn 45nm processor. Based on Intel 's new 45nm High-k metal gate silicon technology, the Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 features a smaller processor die that delivers significantly improved thermal management and overclocking possibilities.

What is Gphone?

news Google has finally put months of rumors about a Gphone to rest , announcing not a phone but an open mobile operating system named Android.

Gaming Platform With Quad SLI support

news Intel 's upcoming gaming platform skulltrail is a dream for every gamer.

Underwater Digital Camera Mask

news Liquid Image is making underwater digital photography a no-hands needed affair with an easy to use 3.1 megapixel (Depth: 5M) or 5.0 megapixel (Depth: 30M) underwater digital camera mask.

World's Thinnest LCD Flat-screen TVs

news It may be hard to believe for those of us who still actually own a big, old-fashioned tube TV, but a depth of just 6 or 7 inches can actually be considered too bulky for the flat-panel crowd especially those looking to mount their TV on the wall.

Microsoft Surface Computer to Retail Stores

news Customers can view interactive coverage maps at the national, state, local or street level, using simple touch and hand movement to scale and move the maps, determining a customer 's coverage area.

IBM Races to Make Hi-Tech Memory

news Researchers for the computer giant are working on a technology known as racetrack memory which uses tiny magnetic boundaries to store data.

Graphene - The New Silicon

Research results from University of Maryland physicists show that graphene, a new material that combines aspects of semiconductors and metals, could be a leading candidate to replace silicon in applications ranging from high-speed computer chips to biochemical sensors.

Inside Intel's New Chip

news The mobile Internet has been the next big thing for a decade. And while companies such as Nokia and Apple have made great strides with the N-series devices and the iPhone, these gadgets still don 't perform as well as computers.

Growing a Semiconductor Inside a Fibre Optic Cable

news An international science team have developed a process for growing a single-crystal semiconductor inside the tunnel of a hollow optical fiber.

Personalized Video Where You Want it

There seems to be a big push in the mobile market to be able to access video from anywhere. Another desire from consumers has been the ability to access the same information whether they are on their computer, social network or mobile device.

Bat-Inspired Spy Plane

news Scientists at the University of Michigan College of Engineering are developing a six-inch robotic spy plane, modeled after a bat.

Innovate Software Solutions Pvt Ltd Partners With MicroSoft To Provide OEM & ODM Solutions

Innovate Software is an Independent Hardware Vendor, Original Design Manufacturer, Original Equipment Manufacturer, Design Services & Solution provider.

New antenna technology revolutionize high speed mobile connectivity

Singapore - Researchers at Nanyang Technology University (NTU) and Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech) have perfected a low-temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) antenna for use in the 57 - 64 GHz millimeter-wave bands.

Firefox for mobile devices

Mozilla released an alpha version of its Firefox for mobile devices browser, code-named Fennec.

iPod can go to 300 feet under-water

news H2O Audio 's new iDive 300 lets divers take their iPods as far as 300 feet underwater - now you can watch movies while decompressing during ascent!

New solar cell material to solve world-wide energy problems

Columbus (OH) - Researchers at Ohio State University have accidentally discovered a new solar cell material capable of absorbing all of the sun 's visible light energy.

Industry's first batteryless chemi-cal sensor

Researchers at GE Global Research, the technology development arm of General Electric, have developed a novel type of chemical sensor.

Electronic nose diagnose plant problems

An electronic nose gadget can tell when cucumber and capsicum pepper plants are damaged and even diagnose the problem just by sniffing the air.

Google Android source-code released

news Google have released the source code for the Android mobile platform, enabling any interested developer, OEM or bedroom tinkerer to not only try the Android OS but to adapt and improve it.

Airtel to enter direct-to-home television market

Telecom operator Airtel launched a direct-to-home (DTH) satellite television service from October 9. The service will be available in 62 cities from Thursday, but will eventually spread to 252 countries.

LG new series of Monitors

news Eyeing festive season, LG India launched its new series of monitor and claimed to portray world 's best features in flat monitors market.

Panasonic & Renesas Technology to collaborate on development of SoCs at 32-nm Process Node

Building on their successful partnership on the joint process technology development since 1998, Panasonic Corporation and Renesas Technology Corp. are now collaborating on the development of elemental process technologies for SoCs of the next-generation 32-nm node.

China Sourcing fair, trade show series for the first time in India

India importers are looking to China manufacturers more and more to fight rising costs, according to dual surveys released by trade publisher and trade show organizer Global Sources.

Premier Farnell's $100,000 Live EDGE Competition now open for registration

Premier Farnell 's Live Edge Challenge 2008, is now open for registration. Premier Farnell plc, the leading multi-channel, high service distributor and its companies (Farnell, Newark, Premier Electronics, Farnell-Newark CPC, and MCM), announced that design entries are now being accepted at www.Live-EDGE.com for the international design competition, Live EDGE Electronic Design for the Global Environment.

First-Ever Power Conversion Standard IPC-9592 released

IPC Association Connecting Electronics Industries® announces the publication of the first-ever power conversion standard, IPC-9592, Requirements for Power Conversion Devices for the Computer and Telecommunications Industries.

Renesas plans to sell German Fab to Silicon Foundry Holding

Renesas Technology Corp., one of the world 's leading semiconductor solution providers, is planning a sale of its production facility in Germany Renesas Semiconductor Europe (Landshut) GmbH (RSEL) to Silicon Foundry Holding (SFH), a newly established Germany-based company specializing in semiconductor foundry services.

Philips ATC Lab adopts Tektronix for HDMI Compliance Testing

Tektronix, Inc., a leading worldwide provider of test, measurement and monitoringinstrumentation, announced that the new Philips High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) Authorized Testing Center (ATC) in Bangalore has adopted the Tektronix HDMI V1.3b1 Compliance Test Solution (CTS).

LG Ultra-thin LCD TV Panel

news LG Display announced that it has succeeded in developing the world 's thinnest 42- and 47-inch LCD TV panels.

Engineers can quickly design connected, high-precision products at a low price using TI's new low-power, floating-point processors

Engineers of audio, medical, industrial and emerging applications have traditionally implemented floating-point digital signal processors (DSPs) because they offer dynamic range and high precision for data accuracy and easy algorithm programmability.

DEK reveals remarkable New Metallization System and uses Real Silicon Cells

news Mass imaging specialist DEK chose this year 's EU PVSEC show in Valencia to reveal its new PV1200 Metallization line to the European market. It is the first time that DEK has directly promoted its innovative new solution in this region since launching the product line in March.

Frost & Sullivan - Converged Building Solutions, Energy Management, and Remote Building Infrastructure Management - the next big wave of Opportunities in the Building Technologies Market

news Frost & Sullivan recently hosted its one-day 2nd Annual Building Technologies Summit at Hyatt Regency, New Delhi. The summit saw thought leaders, senior executives and key decision makers identify and analyze current and emerging issues and challenges surrounding investments in building technologies and evaluated new revenue streams in this market.

More efficient White LED

OSRAM Opto Semiconductors and BASF have developed a highly efficient White LED not only able to achieve a light yield of more than 60 lumens per watt (lm/W), but also, at the same time, meets the international Energy Star SSL Standard with regard to color requirements.

New Metcal MX-5000 Soldering and Rework Systems increase Production Throughput and Assure Precision Control

news OK International has launched the new Metcal MX-5000 Series Soldering and Rework System.

Microrefrigerator for Cooling Chips

if you are trying to touch main processor while it is running a video, the processor may be damaged due to the blistering heat generated of shuttling electrons through transistors.

Display Breakthrough

news The researcher from Cambridge University 's Photonics Research Group has made an exciting breakthrough.

New research for Bendable Electronics

A new research done by South Korean researchers to make flexible, stretchable electrodes that could lead to electronics that fold or could be worn.

Smart Fridges using Renewable energy Generators

The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Australia are behind the development of a fridge that is capable of regulating its power consumption from renewable power generators, such as solar panels or wind turbines, by communicating with other fridges.

Swype It, Don't Type It

Cliff Kushler, the inventor of the T9 keyboard technology for numeric keypads, has developed a new alphanumeric entry technology for touch-screen laptops and Smartphone devices.

Wave it on

news Australian scientists have developed computer system architecture that responds of 'gesture recognition '.

Batteries recharge in the Sun

news Designer Karlsen from the SunCat coming up with brilliant concept that recharge batteries in the Sun.

Energy-harvesting radios

If changing the batteries in the remote control or smoke detector seems like a chore, imagine having to change hundreds of batteries in sensors scattered across a busy bridge.

Energy efficient processor

British processor manufacturer ARM has announced the new Cortex M-0, which is its smallest and most energy-efficient processor yet.

Flexible display with touch capa-bility

Flexible screens may still be in the early stages of development, but that hasn 't stopped researchers pushing forward with new functionality.

Fitness watch

news The new Garmin FR60 fitness watch, designed to help you reach your workout goals and track progress while you exercise, can track calories burned, heart rate and other data from linked fitness equipment.

New installation projector

Epson America, a provider of image output products, has launched the PowerLite G5000, a latest in its line of installation projectors expected to be designed to provide flexibility, performance and installation for executive boardrooms and educational institutions.

Nano electronics

news Two U.S. teams have developed new materials that may pave the way for ever smaller, faster and more powerful electronics as current semiconductor technology begins to reach the limits of miniaturization.

New concepts fuel cells

news Sony has unveiled three new concepts fuel cells.

Transistor laser for high speed electronics

news Scientists at the University of Illinois have successfully demonstrated a microwave signal mixer made from a tunnel-junction transistor laser.

Nanotech batteries for efficient energy

news Nanotech batteries for efficient energy

Cheap printing technology

To maintain a growth rate in India, Hewlett-Packard (HP) has decided to undertake a series of strategic initiatives for its imaging and printers business.

iPhone OS upgrade coming

Apple unveiled a slew of new features more than 100 in all in the third major revision of the iPhone 's basic operating system. Among the enhancements demonstrated at a special media event at the company 's Cupertino headquarters on Tuesday were many of the functions users had been clamoring for in some cases for nearly two years.

LG Transparent Keypad for Mobile

news In this world of Gadgets and technology mobile phones have emerged from bulky devices to attractive systems integrated with cameras, touch screen, music players and many more.

Stylish MP3 players from Moser Baer

Moser Baer has launched stylish new MP3 players in the Indian market. With the new range of MP3 players, Moser Baer has further added to its gamut of consumer electronics products.

Heating home with mirrors

news Practical Solar wants to bring solar thermal home, but in a somewhat unusual manner. The company has created a system for harvesting heat from the sun to heat up a house.

Reliance Communications fastest wireless net service

Reliance Communications has launched what the company is calling the fastest Internet service in the country.

Hi-tech walking stick

news The SLIK-STIK is a next-generation walking stick.

Next-generation lossless MP3 format

Thomson announced the release of a newly developed, backwards-compatible, lossless MP3HD format.

Stretchable Electronics

news Three professors have developed a new design for stretchable electronics that can be wrapped around complex shapes, without a reduction in electronic function.

Remote Monitoring of the Heart

news A 15-centimeter wireless sensor patch, recently approved by the FDA, holds the promise of reducing hospitalizations by allowing automated early detection of heart failure.

Manufacture fast computer chips

news Ohio State University scientists are developing a technique for mass producing computer chips made from the same material found in pencils.

Highly efficient Nanotech Batteries

news Researchers at the Maryland NanoCenter at the University of Maryland have developed new systems for storing electrical energy derived from alternative sources that are, in some cases, 10 times more efficient than what is commercially available.In order to save money and energy, many people are purchasing hybrid electric cars or installing solar panels on the roofs of their homes. But both have a problem.

Adobe Flash coming in televisions

Adobe announced the extension of the Adobe® Flash® Platform to connected digital home devices with an optimized implementation of Flash technology that delivers high definition (HD) video and rich applications to Internet-connected televisions, set-top boxes, Blu-ray players and other devices in the digital living room.

LED tube light as bright as fluorescent lamp

Electronic components company Toshin Electric has released an LED tube light which it claims is as bright as a traditional 40-watt straight tube fluorescent lamp.

Samsung edge-lit LED TVs

Samsung has announced a new line of televisions taking advantage of edge-lit LED technology to provide greater energy efficiency and thinner displays.

Sign Language over mobiles

A group at the University of Washington has developed software that for the first time enables deaf and hard-of-hearing Americans to use sign language over a mobile phone.

Recycling plastics from WEEE

Swedish waste electric and electronic equipment (WEEE) recycling firm Stena Metall has developed a way to extract plastic from unused devices for reuse in other products.

More Versatile Blu-ray

The Blu-ray Disc format is learning some new tricks that will make it more versatile and palatable to those who haven 't made the leap into the high-def disc era yet.

Cell Phone recharges in seconds

MIT engineers have created a kind of beltway that allows for the rapid transit of electrical energy through a well-known battery material, an advance that could usher in smaller, lighter batteries for cell phones and other devices that could recharge in seconds rather than hours.

Mini-projectors -- maximum

news Almost no public presentation today is made without projectors. As the years pass, these devices keep getting smaller - and handier. The miniature projectors have to deliver sharp contrasts and clear colors. In all current systems of pocket projectors, a single imaging channel is used. This means a minimal size for the projector is a given - and smaller will not work. A researcher construction method relies on a number of regularly ordered micro-lenses - an array - as the projection lens. Thanks to the many channels, the construction length of the entire system can be clearly reduced, without impeding luminosity. A high-performance LED is used as the light source. In order to achieve this result, in his thesis project, researcher initially tested and adapted the Schematics of two types of optical circuits: the three particle trimer functions as a nanoscale magnet, while the seven particle heptamer exhibits almost no scattering for a narrow range of wavelengths due to interference. - The laboratory of Federico Cappaso, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Georgia Tech professor Zhong Lin Wang holds an improved nanogenerator containing 700 rows of nanowire arrays. The generator was used to power nanometer-scale sensors. theoretical basis for the construction of a microlens array. He then devised a corresponding system that was characterized in laboratory experiments and tested for its optical performance capacity. Within nine months, he transformed his idea into the first prototypes. With these, he could display the immense potential of the concept with which both static as well as mobile image contents can be projected. This project required competence in optical design, in microsystem technology - as well as in project management, strength of purpose and personal commitment.

Acer outs Aspire Z5610 desktop with multitouch display

news Acer upcoming release Aspire Z5610, its first all-in-one desktop with multi-touch input support.

Ultra-Dense Memory Chip to preserve ion years data

The researchers from Berkeley Lab have created a unique ultra-high density memory storage medium that can preserve digital data for a billion years.

Trapping cooled Atom Chips

news A new method to trap atoms on a chip has been developed by researchers in the UK.

Sharp RD-PM10 PMP Dictionary

news Sharp has a new cool PMP dictionary dubbed as RD-PM10 that looks sleek and has 128 different kinds of dictionary with authentic native-speaker voice and Text-to-Speech support.

Stretching flexible displays on curved surfaces

news A team of University of Tokyo researchers led by professor Takao Someya has engineered a stretchable display by linking organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) and organic transistors with a printable elastic conductor.

STMicroelectronics Innovates high-voltage transistor technology

news STMicroelectronics, a world leader in power semiconductors, has introduced a new family of power MOSFETs combining higher voltage capability, greater ruggedness, and lower losses than previous devices, which are well suited for use in high-efficiency power supplies for products such as LCD monitors, televisions and energy-saving lamp ballasts.

New lithium battery to store more power

Scientists at the University Of Waterloo has laid the groundwork for a lithium battery that can store and deliver more than three times the power of conventional lithium ion batteries.

A breakthrough in lithium-ion

Toshiba Corporation has announced a breakthrough in lithium-ion batteries that makes long recharge times a thing of the past.

Electronic' nose to detect skin

A system to detect the vapours emitted by human skin in real time has been created by Yale University researchers and a Spanish company.

First LED from organic materials

In the pursuit of environmentally-friendly lighting, organic LEDs have long been touted as an attractive option.

Wolfram Alpha, a new search engine

Wolfram Alpha, the search engine that is designed to give results and not just throw up a list of websites.

ARM Provides Technology For LG Electronics DTV

ARM announced that LG Electronics, one of the world 's largest digital TV brands, has licensed ARM® technology to power its digital TV (DTV) development revolution.

New exotic material could revolutionize electronics

news Physicists at the Department of Energy 's (DOE) SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University have confirmed the existence of a type of material that could one day provide dramatically faster, more efficient computer chips.

LCD power consumption slashes

Electronics Giant Sharp has used its continuous-grain method for making liquid crystal displays (LCDs) to cut the power consumption of small screens a hundredfold.

Intel, Nokia combine on new class of Mobile Internet Devices

Intel and Nokia will combine their respective strengths in computer chips and handsets to create new mobile devices that move "far beyond " today 's smart phones and netbooks, the companies said Tuesday.

Light Sensor breakthrough to enhance Digital Cameras

A team of University of Toronto scientists could lead to substantial advancements in the performance of a variety of electronic devices including digital cameras.

Graphene to replace Copper In Future Electronics

The unique properties of thin layers of graphite known as graphene make the material attractive for a wide range of potential electronic devices.

MyTouch from T-Mobile with the next Google Android

news A new smartphone by telecommunication company giant T-Mobile has just unleashed its new creation to its line of smart mobile phones.

Driving Licenses replace by Smart cards

Karnataka 's transport department turned tech savvy Thursday by launching 16-kb microchip embedded 'smart cards ' to replace driving licenses and vehicle registration booklets.

Sony Ericsson playNow service available in India

Sony Ericsson 's latest 'one-click content service ' PlayNow service is now available in India and content can be downloaded at a price between Rs. 9 and Rs. 99 with music also available in a range of local Indian languages.

ON Semiconductor unveils new LED flash driver

ON Semiconductor, a supplier of silicon products, has introduced the NCP5680 supercapacitor-based LED flash driver which delivers up to 10 amperes (A) for photo flash and video light in ultra-slim camera phones and compact digital cameras.

Low power MEMS display

news A new low-power MEMS-based display technology is making its mark in a variety of portable applications ranging from candy-bar-style mobile phones to smartphones to GPS-based golf range finders.

LG integrate bluetooth chips

Chipmaker Broadcom announced that LG Electronics has integrated their advanced Bluetooth chips into a new line of digital televisions that allow consumers to connect other devices,such as wireless stereo headphones and cell phones, to the TV set.

"World's First" web-connected "World's First" web-connected home printer

HP introduced world’s first Web-connected home printer.

Deep brain stimulation devices

news Philips Joins hands with NeuroNexus Technologies to improve the treatment of neurological diseases and psychiatric disorders.

Future nodes will be able to do more with less

The ability to do more with less is about to become a reality as the chip industry is offered away to increase performance without addingcomplexity.

RFID sensor to detects radiation

Sicel Technologies, a medical device company, says that it has entered into a partnership withGentag, to create a first passive (no battery),disposable, wireless Radio Frequency Identification(RFID) sensor to detect radiation threats in shippingcontainers using modified cell phone technology.

E -Book reader wi th WiFi

news Plastic Logic announces that its e-book reader will debut with WiFi connectivity through theAT&T s 3G network.

Light sensor for digital cameras

New research by a team of University of Toronto scientists could lead to substantialadvancements in the performance of a variety ofelectronic devices including digital cameras.Researchers created a light sensor like a pixel in adigital camera that benefits from a phenomenonknown as multi exciton generation (MEG).

Next-Generation DRAM Developed

Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), the world 's leading university-research consortium for semiconductors and related technologies, and Yale University researchers developed a new DRAM cell using ferroelectric layers that could significantly increase the technological and market competitiveness for DRAM technology.

Process to Develop LED Technologies

news A new process has been developed A for creating thin, small inorganic light-emitting diodes (LEDs) and assembling them into large arrays.

GPS App TomTom arrives for iPhone

news The TomTom is a highly anticipated GPS navigation application for your iPhones.

LG'S 50 New Handsets

LG Electronics, will launch 50 new L handsets by the end of 2009 in the Indian market.

India to pursue HomegrownMicroprocessor Design

The Indian government will reportedly bring together top engineers to design what is tentatively being called the "India microprocessor. "

Unmanned Ground Vehicle on BMP II Vehicle Platform

The first prototype of Unmanned Ground Vehicle on BMP II (Namica) vehicle platform has been developed by Combat Vehicles Research & Development Establishment, Avadi and Chennai.

Nuclear Fusion Research Key to advancing Computer Chips

New nanolithography will be needed to continue advances in computer technologyand to extend Moore 's law, an unofficial rule stating that the number of transistors on integrated circuits,or chips, doubles about every 18 months.The new plasma-based lithography under development generates "extreme ultraviolet " lighthaving a wavelength of 13.5 nanometers, less thanone-tenth the size of current lithography, Hassanein said.Nuclear engineers and scientists at Purdue and theU.S.

m-Commerce Service offered by

Bharti Airtel has announced the launch of B its m- Commerce service - 'mChek on Airtel ' on the voice platform.

Philips HF3490 iPod Dock with unique Light Frequency

A good start up of the morning makes you feel fresh for the whole day.

ARM to power LG Electronics

ARM [announces that LG Electronics, one of the world’s largest digital TV brands, has licensed ARM® technology to power its digital TV (DTV) development revolution.

The New Floating Wireless Speakers

news In market, there are many speakers available. But still, you never hear about floating wireless speakers.

ZYRUS USB solar charger

news ZYRUS compact USB solar charger captivates the Korean Market.

Watt Time Alarm Clock

news The Watt Time Alarm Clock from Philips is constructed out of high gloss, hard plastic allowing the digital time display to shine through the bulb’s outer wall.

Touch Wood-Mobile Phone made with surplus wood of trees

news NTT DoCoMo has developed the mobile phone prototype made with the surplus wood of trees culled during thinning operations to maintain healthy forests.

World’s Highest-level Conversion Efficiency Ultra-thin HIT Solar Cell

news Sanyo Electric has proudly announced a new breakthrough in ultra-thin HIT solar cell with half the thickness of a conventional high-efficiency solar cell and has achieved the world record for highest-level conversion efficiency of 22.8%.

DNA Scaffolding Could Lead to Smaller, Faster Computer Chips

Scientists at IBM Research and the California Institute of Technology announced a scientific advancement that could be a major breakthrough in enabling the semiconductor industry to pack more power and speed into tiny computer chips, while making them more energy efficient and less expensive to manufacture.

New high Power Rechargeable Battery

Sony says that it has launched a new type of lithium ion secondary battery that combines high-power and long-life performance, using olivine-type lithium iron phosphate as the cathode material.

MOSS Modular Speaker System

news The Moss is a modular speaker system that has the ability to be flexible.

Room's Ambience Fingerprinted by Phone

Duke University computer engineers have made use of standard cell phone features - accelerometers, cameras and microphones - to turn the unique properties of a particular space into a distinct fingerprint.

Space Foosball System

news The Space Foosball system was created using the Virtual Physics CGI engine developed by the team at the Ewha Women’s University Computer Graphics Lab in Seoul, Korea.

Wireless Multiple Communication without Interference

The UK defence contractor, BAE Systems says that it has completed the first real-time mobile tests of new wireless military radio technology designed to help soldiers dispense critical communications without interruption during battle.

FreeLoader Pro Solar Charger Perfect For Recharging Your Gadgets

news Now an exciting and money saving way is introduced that uses the natural rays of the sun.

Sony has shown off a new single-lens camera able to capture 3D images

The majority of existing 3D set-ups use two-camera systems to record images tailored specifically for the left and right eye of the viewer.

AT&T Brings MMS To iPhones

news AT&T has finally enabled multimedia messaging service (MMS) for iPhones. Apparently, AT&T will be sending a text notification to their subscribers, informing them that the MMS function in their iPhones is already activated.

Philips Respironics Sleep Therapy System for Sleep Apnea Unveiled

news Philips announced the launch of a new Sleep Therapy System to treat Obstructive Sleep Apnea.

Scientists instigate open source camera which runs on Linux

news Photo scientists at Stanford University 's Computer Graphics Laboratory have created a camera which is dubbed as the world 's first open source camera.

E-passports to be introduced in

news The Indian Government has been quite focused on e-governance, on using the Internet to communicate, and other uses of technology.

RIM inauguration its innovative

news Making its latest move in the fight with Apple 's iPhone, BlackBerry maker Research In Motion(RIM) is launching a new version of its touchscreenStorm smartphone.

India's f i rst 3G-embeddedNetbook divulged

Olive Telecommunication (the parent company of Haier Mobile) and Tata Teleservices Limited (TTSL), have launched India 's first netbookembedded with high-speed Internet access formobile Internet connectivity and broadband.

Freescale mini USB interface IC enables a single connection for mobile device charging, audio and data

news MC34825 analog device supports all-passive audio accessories including stereo signal, microphone and cord remote control.

Samsung goes after Roomba with the Furot II Vacuuming Robot

news Quite a lot of you have heard about the Roomba, that tiny, circular robot whose main task is to clean up its owner house. However, it seems that this concept has become successful enough for other companies to pick it up well, one of the latest being Samsung, which unveiled at IFA 2009 the Furot II.

Sanyo launches 'eneloop stick booster' portable power source

news The concept of a portable power supply able to keep one 's gadgets “alive” for a few minutes (or hours) more is not a very new one, since there are plenty of such products available out there. However, most of these things use proprietary, internal and non-changeable batteries, and, in general, are not exactly the most attractive devices you 've ever seen. Fortunately, that 's not at all the case with the item Sanyo has just released, the "eneloop stick booster, " which is both good looking and extremely versatile, given the fact that it makes very good use of some of the company 's most famous rechargeable batteries from the “eneloop” series.

ANADIGICS' new 4G power amplifier delivers superior performance for rapidly-growing Mobile WiMAX marketplace

news ANADIGICS, Inc. launched a new 4G power amplifier (PA) that delivers high output power, exceptional linearity and extremely high efficiency for mobile WiMAX applications in the 2.3-2.7 GHz spectrum.

Atmel launches AT90SDC100/ 104 Dual- Core Secure microcon-trollers for growing PayTV market

news Atmel® Corporation, a leader in microcontroller-based solutions, announced the industry 's first dual-core secure microcontrollers targeting demanding smart card applications such as the growing PayTV conditional access market.

S i l v e r Bul l e t o f p r i n t i n g revolutionize electronics

news Silver bullet that will enable the cheap, easy printing of electronic components and transform the way we use computer. Researcher at Xerox say that a new silver ink technology will allow them to add computer power to a wide range of plastics and fabrics, and pave the way for a remarkable range of new products.

Advance computer memory technology

A researcher at North Carolina State University has developed a computer chip that can store an unprecedented amount of data - enough to hold an entire library 's worth of information on a single chip.

Multi Gigabit wireless could be available in two years

Wireless is about to get faster: users could be offered a new multi gigabit-speed wireless option. An industry group that includes Intel, Microsoft, Nokia and Panasonic plans to introduce a specification for short-range networking by the end of this year.

Hewlett Packard now offers 3D Desktop Printing

news Hewlett-Packard Printers has now moved into the realm of 3D and thankfully you won’t need special glasses to use their new product.

'Smart' Contact Lens with Embedded Wireless Sensor promises Earlier Diagnosis and Optimized Treatment of Glaucoma

news STMicroelectronics has announced that it will develop and supply a wireless MEMS sensor that acts as a transducer, antenna and mechanical support for additional read-out electronics in a breakthrough platform developed by Swiss company Sensimed AG.

Nokia introduces high-end N8 smartphone

news Nokia, the company that produces more phones per year than any other company, has just revealed its latest device, one that carries its biggest price tag in over 3 years.

Google TV

Google took a step into the world of television Thursday with the introduction of Google TV, an Internet-enabled TV platform that will be available this fall in devices from Sony and Logitech.

Omni-focus video camera

news The resulting image shown in Figure 1a (taken with a prototype using two-color video cameras) clearly demonstrates how the omnifocused output dramatically differs from that of a conventional camera, shown in Figure 1b.

Samsung Caliber

news Samsung takes the cake with the advanced touchscreen which it has developed using the TouchWiz interface which is unique to Samsung.

Graphene Could Make Color- Tunable LEDs

news Graphene is the two-dimensional crystalline form of carbon, whose extraordinary electron mobility and other unique features hold great promise for nanoscale electronics and photonics. But there’s a catch: graphene has no bandgap.

Future micro-supercapacitor

news Berkeley Lab chemist John Chmiola is developing a new breed of microsupercapacitors that could substantially boost the performance and longevity of portable electric energy storage devices.

Powerful Nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes are getting green credits lately, because of their ever new interesting properties.

Radio tags could save lives after earthquakes

Yen-Chun Jim Wu of the National Sun Yat-Sen University and Ching-Yuan Hung, of the National Kaohsiung First University of Science & Technology, in Taiwan, that there is a 'golden ' rescue period following an earthquake, which lasts just 72 hours.

Building blocks for a new class of optical circuits

news By chemically building clusters of nanospheres from a liquid, a team of Harvard researchers, in collaboration with scientists at Rice University, the University of Texas at Austin, and the University of Houston, has developed just that.

Improved Nanogenerators PowerSensors

news By combining a new generation of piezoelectric nanogenerators with two types of nanowire sensors, researchers have created what are believed to be the first self-powered nanometerscale sensing devices that draw power from the conversion of mechanical energy.

Mini-projectors -- maximum

news Almost no public presentation today is made without projectors. As the years pass, these devices keep getting smaller - and handier. The miniature projectors have to deliver sharp contrasts and clear colors. In all current systems of pocket projectors, a single imaging channel is used. This means a minimal size for the projector is a given - and smaller will not work. A researcher construction method relies on a number of regularly ordered micro-lenses - an array - as the projection lens. Thanks to the many channels, the construction length of the entire system can be clearly reduced, without impeding luminosity. A high-performance LED is used as the light source. In order to achieve this result, in his thesis project, researcher initially tested and adapted the Schematics of two types of optical circuits: the three particle trimer functions as a nanoscale magnet, while the seven particle heptamer exhibits almost no scattering for a narrow range of wavelengths due to interference. - The laboratory of Federico Cappaso, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Georgia Tech professor Zhong Lin Wang holds an improved nanogenerator containing 700 rows of nanowire arrays. The generator was used to power nanometer-scale sensors. theoretical basis for the construction of a microlens array. He then devised a corresponding system that was characterized in laboratory experiments and tested for its optical performance capacity. Within nine months, he transformed his idea into the first prototypes. With these, he could display the immense potential of the concept with which both static as well as mobile image contents can be projected. This project required competence in optical design, in microsystem technology - as well as in project management, strength of purpose and personal commitment.

Mini-projectors -- maximum

news Almost no public presentation today is made without projectors. As the years pass, these devices keep getting smaller - and handier. The miniature projectors have to deliver sharp contrasts and clear colors. In all current systems of pocket projectors, a single imaging channel is used. This means a minimal size for the projector is a given - and smaller will not work. A researcher construction method relies on a number of regularly ordered micro-lenses - an array - as the projection lens. Thanks to the many channels, the construction length of the entire system can be clearly reduced, without impeding luminosity. A high-performance LED is used as the light source. In order to achieve this result, in his thesis project, researcher initially tested and adapted the Schematics of two types of optical circuits: the three particle trimer functions as a nanoscale magnet, while the seven particle heptamer exhibits almost no scattering for a narrow range of wavelengths due to interference. - The laboratory of Federico Cappaso, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Georgia Tech professor Zhong Lin Wang holds an improved nanogenerator containing 700 rows of nanowire arrays. The generator was used to power nanometer-scale sensors. theoretical basis for the construction of a microlens array. He then devised a corresponding system that was characterized in laboratory experiments and tested for its optical performance capacity. Within nine months, he transformed his idea into the first prototypes. With these, he could display the immense potential of the concept with which both static as well as mobile image contents can be projected. This project required competence in optical design, in microsystem technology - as well as in project management, strength of purpose and personal commitment.

Mini-projectors -- maximum

news Almost no public presentation today is made without projectors. As the years pass, these devices keep getting smaller - and handier. The miniature projectors have to deliver sharp contrasts and clear colors. In all current systems of pocket projectors, a single imaging channel is used. This means a minimal size for the projector is a given - and smaller will not work. A researcher construction method relies on a number of regularly ordered micro-lenses - an array - as the projection lens. Thanks to the many channels, the construction length of the entire system can be clearly reduced, without impeding luminosity. A high-performance LED is used as the light source. In order to achieve this result, in his thesis project, researcher initially tested and adapted the Schematics of two types of optical circuits: the three particle trimer functions as a nanoscale magnet, while the seven particle heptamer exhibits almost no scattering for a narrow range of wavelengths due to interference. - The laboratory of Federico Cappaso, Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences Georgia Tech professor Zhong Lin Wang holds an improved nanogenerator containing 700 rows of nanowire arrays. The generator was used to power nanometer-scale sensors. theoretical basis for the construction of a microlens array. He then devised a corresponding system that was characterized in laboratory experiments and tested for its optical performance capacity. Within nine months, he transformed his idea into the first prototypes. With these, he could display the immense potential of the concept with which both static as well as mobile image contents can be projected. This project required competence in optical design, in microsystem technology - as well as in project management, strength of purpose and personal commitment.

Quantum Dots Could Double the

news A team of scientists from the University of Texas at Austin have discovered a way to double the efficiency of solar cells.

Robot That Washes Window Glasses

news Researchers from South Korea 's Pohang Institute of Intelligent Robotics (PIRO) has developed a robot that can wash both sides of the window glass.The robot has been named 'Windoro ' and uses water, detergent, and rotating pads to clean the glass while navigating with obstacle sensors .

Most Advanced Electric Motorcycle

news Indeed, companies couldn’t just make people believe that their products are the best.

Robots care Elderly Live

news Kompai features a touch-screen display on an easel and a bowling ball size white head with a "face ".

Liquid crystals for better data

As cell phones and computers continue to shrink, many companies are seeking better ways to store hundreds of gigabytes of data in small, low-power devices.

IAircraft that flaps its Wings

news University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies (UTIAS) made an history in the Aviation Field when they deigned a human powered aircraft which could flaps its wings.

Hair-washing robot

news Panasonic company has developed a robot which washes your hairs using its mechatronics fingers.

RFID sensors to Measure Physical Activity

news Researchers at Michigan State University (MSU), have developed a system that use RFID-enabled sensors to track not only the movements of different body parts, but also their angle and proximity to each other.

Wireless Underwater Robot

news Researchers from York University have developed a waterproof controller which allowed an underwater robot to go wireless. The Robot has been named AQUA and resembles an otter.

New Oil Detection Technique

news CSIRO Scientists have developed a new means of oil explorations.

Toshiba unveils first Glasses-less 3DTV

news Toshiba Company at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies (Ceatec), Tokyo unveiled two Regza GL1 series glasses less 3D TV.

World Smallest on-Chip Low-Pass Filter Developed

Professor Yeo Kiat Seng and his research team from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore has successfully designed the world 's smallest on-chip low-pass filter which is 1,000 times smaller than existing off-chip filters.

Fujitsu converts heat and light into electricity with a single device

news Fuitsu Laboratories has developed a two-in-one energy harvesting device that can convert both light and heat into electricity.

Monitoring Your Health with Your Mobile Phone

news Imec and Holst Centre, together with TASS software professionals have developed a mobile heart monitoring system that allows viewing your electrocardiogram on an Android mobile phone.

Robotic Gun

news South Korean military hardware manufacturer DoDAMM has developed an automated gun turret that can detect and lock onto human targets from kilometers away, day or night and in any weather conditions, and deliver some heavy firepower.

FPR Polarized 3D television from LG

LCD manufacturer LG Display has unveiled its new polarized three-dimensional television technology.

World first commercial electric bus service

news The Seoul Metropolitan Government (SMG) is the first to deploy electric buses on a commercial route. Developed by Hyundai Heavy Industries and Hankuk Fiber, the electric coaches are 11.05 meters long and run up to 83km with a single charge.

China's first robot hotpot eatery

news A restaurant in Jinan in northern Shandong province is touted as China 's first robot hotpot eatery where robots resembling Star Wars droids circle the room carrying trays of food in a conveyor belt-like system.

LG Optimus 2X -- world's first dual-core smartphone

news LG Electronics unveiled the LG Optimus 2X, the world’s first smartphone with a dual-core processor.

Poco PRO - the credit card-sized 14-megapixel compact digital camera

news Developed by Iain Sinclair camera measures 85.5 x 54 x 5 mm (3.36 x 2.12 x 0.19 in) and weigh 65 g (2.29 oz). It has a 14.6 mega pixel auto focus CMOS sensor, 2-axis gyro controller and 2.4 inch AMOLED 240 x 320 pixel (QVGA) display.

Electronic device that indicates safe drinking water

news A simple solution to clean drinking water is to keep it outside in the sun and let the sun rays heat it and ultra violet rays purify it.

Robot solves Rubik's cube in 15 seconds

Rubik 's cube still inspires engineers to create novel ways of solving it.

Ceiling lights to send internet data

Offices in St. Cloud Minnesota will transmit data to specially equipped computers on desks below by flickering faster than the eye can see.

Robot English Teacher in South Korea Schools

news An elementary school in Daegu, southeast of Seoul has installed 29 robots, about one meter (3.3 feet) high with a TV display panel for a face, wheeled around the classroom. They interact with the students, read books for them and dance to music by moving their head and arms. The egg-shaped robot developed by the Korea Institute of Science of Technology (KIST).

New mobile can check pulse, send ambulance

news A new phone from Phone International Ltd, Singapore takes your pulse when you press your fingers on a receptor, and sends the results to a 24-hour medical call centre. The new EPI Life mobile phone comes complete with mini electrocardiogram.

A new high-resolution method for imaging below the skin

news University of Rochester optics professor Jannick Rolland has developed an optical technology that provides unprecedented images under the skin 's surface.

Robot hummingbird

news AeroVironment Inc. has developed a miniature spybot looks like a hummingbird complete with flapping wings, and is only slightly larger and heavier than most hummingbirds, but smaller than the largest species.

Machine that convert plastic bags into fuel

news A Japanese inventor has found a way to convert plastic grocery bags, bottles and caps into usable petroleum.In order to turn home waste into home power the machine heats up the waste plastic and traps the vapors created in a system of pipes and water chambers.

3D bio-printers to print skin and body parts

news Researchers from Cornell University have engineered an ear made of silicone using a 3D bio-printer. 3D printers print by depositing material line by line and then vertically layer by layer.

Keyboard that uses sonar to protect sensitive data

news Custom keyboard supplier Key Source International (KSI) has developed a keyboard that logs out as soon as the user physically leaves the keyboard.

World's First Wireless Electric bike

news Toronto-based Daymak Inc has developed world 's first wireless power-assist electric bicycle. It has been named Shadow Ebike.

World's Most Powerful Optical Microscope

news Scientists from the University of Manchester have developed the world 's most powerful optical microscope.

New form of computer memory uses 100 times less power

news Researchers from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of the University of Illinois have developed a new low-power

Individual Gun Shot Detector

news QinetiQ,a defence technology company of North America have developed a Individual Gunshot

Home-built solar electric scooter that fits in a suitcase

news An Engineer from Canada has built a solar-electric Kinetic Photovoltaic Vehicle (KPV).

Portable solar device creates potable water

news Jonathan Liow, a Monash University graduate has designed a simple, sustainable and affordable water-purification device, which has the potential to help eradicate disease and save lives.

Pneumatic thought-controlled prosthetic arm

news Thiago Caires and Michal Prywata from Toronto 's Ryerson University have created a prosthetic arm

Re-writable triple layer 100 GB Blu Ray Disk

news Panasonic has announced the release of re-writable Blu-ray discs,

Solar powered cell phone film

news Wysips, a French company, has developed a technology to charge your phone without an outlet, or a power mat.

New solar-thermal device harnesses heat and light

news Researchers at Wake Forest University have developed a new type of polymer solar-thermal

Boxing Robot

news Australian designer Kris Tressider built a robot that can take and deliver plenty of punches.

Electromagnetic automobile suspension

news A representative from The Netherlands/ ' Eindhoven University of Technology has demonstrated the

Tobii releases eye-controlled mouse system

Sweden 's eye tracking and control innovator Tobii has announced the release of a stand-alone eye control device called PCEye.

World’s first 100 watt equivalent LED

news California-based Switch Lighting announced world 's first 100 watt-equivalent LED bulb. To solve the problem of LEDs projecting light in only one direction, Switch has mounted outward-facing LEDs on metal fingers.

3D and color e-paper displays from Sony

news Sony unveiled a 13.3 inch flexible color e-paper device and two glass free 3D displays.

World record 26 terabits per second data transmission achieved

A team of scientists at Germany 's Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) have claimed a world record in data transmission with the successful encoding of data at a rate of 26 terabits per second on a single laser beam and transmitting it over a distance of 50 km (31 miles). The scientists claim this is the largest data volume ever transported on a laser beam and enables the transmission of 700 DVD 's worth of content in just one second. This opto-electric data decoding process relies on purely optical calculations to break down the initial high data rate into smaller bit rates that can then be processed electrically. The record-breaking data encoding also employed the orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) scheme based on Fast Fourier Transformation (FFT) mathematical routines that is commonly used in mobile communications networks including digital TV and audio broadcasts.

Acoustic thermometers

Temperature scientists at NPL are developing a thermometer that uses sound waves to measure temperature.

Superatoms' with magnetic shells

A team of Virginia Commonwealth University scientists has discovered a new class of 'superatoms ' – a stable cluster of atoms that can mimic different elements of the periodic table – with unusual magnetic characteristics.

Video camera fitted sunglasses

news ZionEyez, a Seattle based company have made a Ray-Ban-like pair of sunglasses equipped with a micro video camera that delivers first person video recording in 720p.

World's first Content Addressable Memory stores data without using power

news NEC Corporation and Tohoku University has development the world 's first content addressable memory (CAM) that both maintains the same high operation speed and non-volatile operation as existing circuits when processing and storing data on a circuit while power is off.

ATM to tell if you are lying

news Russian bank, Sberbank is testing out an ATM that can automatically process credit card applications. It incorporates a voice-analysis system that can determine when someone is lying.

Near-field wireless communi-cation with no battery

Renesas Electronics Corp has developed a near-field wireless communication technology that can transmit data to Bluetooth- and wireless LAN-compatible devices without the use of a battery.

Transfer open applications between computer, cellphone with a snapshot

news A system designed by Tsung-Hsiang Chang, a graduate student in MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, and Google’s Yang Li makes it much easier to transfer computing tasks between devices.

NFC-Enabled BlackBerry Smartphones

news New NFC-Enabled BlackBerry Bold and BlackBerry Curve Will Be First Smartphones with iCLASS Functionality for Digital Keys and Identification for Secure Access to Buildings,

LG Electronics makes 3D Technology easier for New Filmmakers

news LG Electronics USA has joined forces with Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy,

productronica 2011 clearly on a growth path Discernible upwards trend in electronics production

A few months before productronica opens its door on 15 November 2011 for the 19th time,

Water Walking Microbot

news Chinese scientists have developed aquatic microbot that mimic the water-walking abilities of the GERRIDAE - a family of long-legged bugs commonly known as water striders that are able to run on top of the water 's surface.

Chocolate Printing

news If you 're trying to woo that special someone, instead of just bringing them a box of ordinary chocolates,

IEEE 802.22 Wireless Network Standards

The IEEE has announced the completion of the IEEE 802.22 wireless network standard, which offers up to 62 miles of range from the base station.

Range Amplification

news As the amount of information being electronically shuttled around the planet continues to grow,

Access to USB Devices Over Wi-fi

news WiFi and USB have both become inexpensive and ubiquitous connectivity solutions,

Acoustic Diode

news When it comes to the sound-proofing of buildings, most people likely think of using materials that simply absorb the sound waves in a noisy room,

electronica India 2011 and productronica India 2011 open their gates this September!

The electronics industry in India has been very optimistic and consumption of electronic

Glove With Vibrating Fingertip

news Studies have shown that with the right amount of white noise in the background,

New Strategy to Tackle Electronics Waste

news The waste generated by electronics, E-Waste, is becoming a very big problem for the policy makers,

Mounting LEDs in All Angles and Directions

news The combination of 3D-MID and LEDs is one of the most interesting future technologies in the lighting industry.

M2M in Consumer Electronics - New Report

Machine-to-machine in Consumer Electronics represents a huge commercial opportunity.

NASA-NSF develop Advanced Robotics

The National Science Foundation (NSF) will take the lead with NASA and two other federal agencies

Designing Robots for Hospitals

Kazuhiko Terashima, head of Toyohashi University of Technology’s new Center for Symbiotic Human Robotics Research,

Samsung New Tablet Device with Advanced Display

Samsung Electronics Co. unveiled a new tablet computing device equipped with an advanced display technology,

Sensor to Detect the Gentle Touch

news Sensitive skin: A new tactile sensor can detect the gentle touch of an alighting insect.

Indium Corporation Technology Experts Presenting at SMTAI 2011

Indium Corporation experts will present their technical findings at SMTA International, October 16-20, 2011, in Fort Worth, TX.

The Innovative Wireless Charging System for Electric Vehicles

news More creative techniques for charging electric vehicles continue to emerge. Delphi Automotive offers a wireless charging system.

Smart Bluetooth wrist watch-OLED display

news The Texas Instruments Meta Watch™ Bluetooth® Wearable Watch Development System with digital or analog

Electronic Pills – The new way of medical diagnosis

news Evolution of technology in recent years opened the door for advanced microelectronic systems to be used in medical treatments and diagnostic analysis.

Turn your entire world into Touchscreen

news Touchscreen technology is improving, with Microsoft researchers developing systems that turn your own body into a keypad and others developing sensors that allow the user to control their phone without removing it from their pocket or purse.

Table Salt used to increase the Digital Storage

news Singapore’s scientists have discovered a way to increase the amount of data stored on hard disks by up to six times the current capacity using sodium chloride, the chemical grade of regular table salt,

Asimo robot learn some new smooth moves

news The latest version of Honda 's Asimo robot is more dexterous and agile than past models.

Cool tattoo can read your brain signals

news Engineers have developed a device platform that combines electronic components for sensing, medical diagnostics,

Mobile phones could be charged by the power of speech

news Mobile phones could soon be charged by simply speaking into the handset. For mobile phone users,

New experiment finds neutrinos still faster than light

news A new experiment appears to provide further evidence that Einstein may have been wrong when he said nothing could go faster than the speed of light,

Throw The Camera Ball To TAKE 360-degree Panorama

news Researchers at the Technische Universitat in Berlin have come up with an ingenious Throwable Panoramic Ball Camera.

Robot - Like Cockroach find Earthquake Survivors

news Most people find cockroaches repulsive. Unlike other creatures,

Human Powers Electronic Devices

Power source from human body is a great idea. Scientist made it possible to operate your smartphone,

Apple to release smaller iPad

news The smaller 8 inch iPad rumor is back. In case you forgot, several rumors of a mid-range segment smaller iPad have sprung over the past few months claiming that Apple is considering a smaller iPad to widen its market coverage in competition with Amazon`s Kindle Fire.

LG launching 3D Tablet

news High levels of competition in the tech world prove to be beneficial to consumers. With the mobile phone segment gaining more heat than ever,

New Tracks for Printed Electronics

news Copper-based ink would be a major step forward for printed electronics, says Richard Dixon,

USB PicoScope

news Equipment for the mad scientist’s home lab continues to become more affordable and more powerful.

Phone Tablet War

Phone Apps-Smartphones have truly changed the way the world works.

Next-generation Transistors Techniques

In an effort that will accelerate the development of next-generation transistors, SEMATECH announced that Soitec,

Bio Battery

news Sony 's paper-powered battery offers the prospect of waste paper being used to top up mobile phones.

Xilinx Inaugurates Expanded Site in Hyderabad for R&D, Technical Support

Xilinx, Inc. underscored its commitment to the emerging,

IPC Members Meet held at Bangalore

Institute of Printed Circuits (IPC) members meet was held at Bangalore on 20th March.

Socomec Green Power received Frost & Sullivan industry-leading innovation Award

Socomec UPS has beaten the competition once again to win a prestigious Frost & Sullivan award - New Product Innovation 2011 - for its comprehensive range of Green Power UPS solutions.

Teledyne Technologies to Acquire LeCroy Corporation

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. and CHESTNUT RIDGE, N.Y. - May 29, 2012 - Teledyne Technologies Incorporated (NYSE:TDY) ( "Teledyne ") and LeCroy Corporation (NASDAQ:LCRY) ( "LeCroy ")

Money exchange with iPhone

news Square, the company started by Twitter co-founder - Jack Dorsey introduced a device which will be used on iPhone and this device will work while attaching on the headphone jack of iPhone and the feature can be said to exchange money.

A particle-free Silver ink for printed electronics

news According to the researchers, at the University of Illinois,

Integrated Touch Sensors with Graphic Design

news Touch sensors are becoming ever more popular as replacements for mechanical buttons and controls.

High Recognition: Infineon Receives Best Supplier Award from Continental

Infineon Technologies AG is one of the best suppliers of automotive solution provider Continental AG and its Automotive Group.

Anritsu Company Enhances ‘E’ Series Site Master™ and Cell Master™ Handheld Analyzers

news — easyTest Tools™ Allow Users to Create, Deliver, and Display Instructions for More Accurate Testing, Repeatable Results, and Improved Productivity —

Indium Corporation Features Indium8.9 Solder Pastes at Nepcon South China (Shenzhen)

news Indium Corporation introduces the Indium8.9 Solder Paste Series,

Microchip ranked among India's Top 50

Microchip Technology Inc., a leading provider of microcontroller, analog and Flash-IP solutions,

STMicroelectronics Offers First-Time Opportunity for Singapore Undergraduates to Use Smart Multi-Sensor Technology

STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), a global semiconductor leader serving customers across the spectrum of electronics applications and the world’s top MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems) manufacturer[1],today launched the 2012 iNEMO Design Contest.

8th Edition of Freescale Technology Forum 2012 kicks off in Bangalore tomorrow

US-based Freescale Semiconductor today said the 2012 edition of its annual Freescale Technology Forum (FTF) will be held in Bangalore later this month to showcase latest trends in embedded solutions and their usageacross sectors like automotive and consumer devices. The India leg of the event is one of the major ones for the company as this is the largest R&D site for the company worldwide. Freescale has about 18,000 employees across Israel, the US,

IEEE Cloud Computing's First Ever Initiative in India Unveiled

IEEE Cloud Computing, a key initiative of the world’s largest technical professional association,

Microchip expands USB portfolio with fifteen new 8-bit PIC® MCUs

Microchip Technology Inc., a leading provider of microcontroller, analogue and Flash-IP solutions, expanded its certified Full-Speed USB 2.0 Device PIC® microcontroller portfolio...

Philips enlivens the ongoing Ganesh Utsav at Lalbaughcha Raja Mandal

Creates the largest Modak using 2100 energy efficient CFL bulbs

The Next Version of the

Dassault Systèmes, world leader in 3D design, 3D Digital Mock Up and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM),

Logitech delivers Style and Solar Power with New Accessories

news Logitech,announced the expansion of its tablet accessories as well as solar-powered product portfolio in India with three new products –Logitech® Ultrathin Keyboard Cover and Logitech® Solar Keyboard Folio which are made for the new,

MirrorLink™ - Bridging the gap between Vehicles and Smartphones

news MirrorLink is a new term in the mobile electronics industry we are starting to hear more and more about. But what is it? How does it work? Let’s take a closer look.

New Technologies to harness the Power of the Sun

news The Dow Chemical Company announced that it is introducing new polyolefin-based technologies and

Renesas Electronics delivers Industry’s First NFC Wireless Charging Solution

news Renesas Electronics has developed the near field communication (NFC) wireless charging system to eliminate the power cable for charging and increase efficiency of those systems.

Remote Recording Service via Satellite and Portable Devices

SES and Red Bee Media has unveiled an industry leading remote recording service for satellite reception devices.

Agilent Technologies Strengthens India Channel Partner Program by Appointing Agmatel

Agilent Technologies Inc. expanded its channel partner program with the addition of Agmatel India Pvt. Ltd as their channel partner.

Students From India Win Popular Vote Award at the 2012 NI Student Design Competition

news Rushabh Doshi and Palak Sanghavi, final - year students from D.J.Sanghvi College of Engineering at Mumbai University,

Wireless Speaker Digital System - SoundLite+

news BOXLIGHT, the global leader in Audio-visual products has announced one of its kind products in India, the audio speaker and wireless microphone combo,

Elbit Systems to ReDesign Apache Helo 'Brain'

news A contract worth some $17.5 million has been awarded to Elbit Systems of America by Boeing for

Google unveils Handwriting Recognition

Even the most nimble-fingered of us can sometimes struggle to type accurately on our smartphone 's touch-screen,

Research on Computing with Light

news There has been enormous progress in recent years toward the development of photonic chips — devices that use light beams instead of electrons to carry out their computational tasks.

3G Tablet based on a Qualcomm Technologies

Innominds and Karbonn unveiled Karbonn AGNEE - the indigenous 3G tablet powered by Qualcomm Technologies,

Magnetic bacteria to build future bio-computers

A team from the UK 's University of Leeds and Japan 's Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology have used microbes that eat iron. As they ingest the iron, the microbes create tiny magnets inside themselves, similar to those in PC hard drives.

Panasonic Toughbook Makes Mobility a Breeze with the CF-SX2

news Panasonic Toughbook, an industry leader in rugged, reliable laptop,

Advanced Process Techno-logy for New Generation of Sensor Electronics

STMicroelectronics has revealed a new generation of ICs using an advanced manufacturing process that helps save energy,

Multi-Gigabit Communication

news Digital cameras and camcorders deliver high resolution film sequences that are several gigabytes in size.

REFUsol receives Frost & Sullivan Growth Leadership Award

REFUsol GmbH, one of the leading PV inverter manufacturers, has received the annual Frost & Sullivan Growth Leadership Award for having the highest annual growth rates in the branch within the last three years. According to Frost & Sullivan,

Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing India announces its first ever Hackathon

The largest conference for technical women in India, GRACE HOPPER CELEBRATION of WOMEN in COMPUTING INDIA is presenting its first ever Hackathon for Women in collaboration with ThoughtWorks Social Impact Program and Yahoo.

Analog Devices India to conduct live Webinar on Healthcare Vital Signs Monitoring trends on 12/12/2012 at 5 PM IST

Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), a world leader in semiconductors for high-performance signal processing applications and RF ICs, will conduct a seminar on “Vital Signs Monitoring” for the Healthcare market.

Awards panorama at the Agilent-DST-CII led India Innovation Initiative National Fair

The National Fair finale of the India Innovation Initiative (i3) saw around 40 best-in-class innovation entries battling it out for top honours.

Third Annual Edition of Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing India (GHCI) Set for December 12 -14 in Bangalore

With the grand success of last year’s edition which witnessed the participation of 1000+ women, the Anita Borg Institute and ACM India proudly present the third edition of Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing India (GHCI) in Bangalore, on December 12- 14, 2012 at the Lalith Ashok Hotel.

Cree Reaches LED Industry Milestone with 200 Lumen-Per-Watt LED

Two years after breaking the 200 lumens-per-watt (LPW) R&D efficacy barrier, Cree,

Personal Solar Power Station

news The revolutionary new WakaWaka Power has made a dazzling debut on crowdfunding platform Kickstarter.

15 ASUS Products Win 2013 CES Innovations Awards

Leading consumer electronics exhibition recognizes the creative and people-focused design of ASUS products with a wide range of awards in multiple categories.

Indium Corporation Technology Expert to Deliver Webinar on Voiding Control, Reliability in Electronics Assembly

Indium Corporation’s Dr. Ning-Cheng Lee, vice president of technology,

Tektronix Expands Distribution Channel with Convergent Technologies

Tektronix, a world leading manufacturer of oscilloscopes announced a new agreement with Convergent Technologies that will enable them to offer customers the full portfolio of Tektronix products including high performance oscilloscopes, signal generators, real-time spectrum analyzers, logic analyzers, Keithley precision test instruments and the MDO4000 Series – the world’s first and only mixed domain oscilloscope.

National Instruments Collaborates with USAID’s PEER Science Program to Support Scientists in Developing Countries

National Instruments Collaborates with USAID’s PEER Science Program to Support Scientists in Developing Countries

mCommerce redefines the way we will buy in the future.

The GSMA Mobile World Congress 2013 started in Barcelona and will run until 28 February under the theme

Indium Corporation Product Specialist to Present at IMAPS Conference

Indium Corporation’s Maria Durham, Product Specialist – Semiconductor and Advanced Assembly Materials,

Cadence to Acquire Tensilica

Cadence Design Systems, Inc. announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Tensilica,

Digi-Key Corporation and E Ink Sign Global Distribution Agreement

Global electronic components distributor Digi-Key Corporation,

Texas Instruments to host first ever TI India Educators’ Conference

Texas Instruments (TI) today announced that it will host the TI India Educator’s Conference aimed at bringing together professionals,

Indium Corporation Technology Experts to Present at SMTA Technical Conference

Indium Corporation’s Tim Jensen, Product Manager – PCB assembly materials; Dr. Yan Liu, Research Chemist;


 
 
 
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