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- Opinion : Is 3D XPoint based on phase-change memory? - Let consumers figure out a user case for EEG
- News & Technology : Autonomous driving not a question of technology, managers say - Chip scale optics for GaN-on-Si LEDs - LED lighting in home automation: ready, aim, … - MEMS platforms are way to go, says Bosch’s Finkbeiner - Having taken over from STMicroelectronics as the leading global
supplier of MEMS components, the CEO explains how the company is going conquer IoT - Dialog to acquire Atmel for $4.6bn in IoT push - Imec laminates stretchable LED display onto garments - GaN soon on 8-inch silicon wafers, hopes MACOM - Li-Fi interconnect aims to replace plugs and cables
Watching out for new sensing technologies: amsDuring the annual press day
organized by ams AG at its headquarters in Graz, Austria, CEO Kirk Laney unveiled the company’s IoT strategy - Turning the world into a digital
user interface: SuriCog - Intel-led group touts OIC 1.0 over rival IoT specs
Flooding young minds through digital immersion - Leading by example:
Polyera’s flexible displays - Not enough money in MEMS, own the data, says
InvenSense CEO
- Design & Products : Analog & Mixed Signal - Test & Measurement - Programmable Logic

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