Crucial has updated its Ballistix and Ballistics Tracer memory modules.
Moving ahead to deeper submicron design rules, United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) questions the constancy of Moore's Law, according to company chairman and CEO Jackson Hu.
The design of in-ear headphones that come as standard with many portable music players, can cause users to crank their music up to damaging levels, research suggests.
A car that monitors a driver's every move could further researchers' understanding of the way driving behaviour is affected by road design, other vehicles and new in-car gadgetry.
Samsung Electronics America yesterday introduced SyncMaster 305T, a widescreen, high-resolution 30" LCD monitor.
BM, Chartered, Infineon and Samsung have developed their first 45 nm "silicon-functional circuits" and announced that the technology would be available in "design kits" for "select customers."
Altera today announced the availability of a comprehensive Stratix II FPGA security solution designed to protect intellectual property (IP).
United Microelectronics Corporation (UMC) yesterday announced the delivery of a new SONOS (Silicon Oxide Nitride Oxide Silicon) memory to Taiwan-based IC-design house Solid State System.
Responding to the quickly growing single board computer (SBC) market, AMD today released an Epic reference design kit based on the firm's Geode LX processor.
OCZ released a new version of its Extreme XTC DDR2 memory that now are the firm's first DDR2 memory devices that integrate OCZ's honeycomb heat spreader design.
One of the great "buzzes" that architects often long for is that of taking a stroll inside a fully constructed realization of their original 2D design.