Research analyst blogs
Several lighting manufactures have demonstrated or released products that offer full lighting control for the residential space.
The power semiconductor discrete and module market grew by a more modest 9% in 2011.
Back when I started looking at Bluetooth in-car applications, Bluetooth seemed the best thing since sliced bread.
Service providers, technology developers, telcos and stray tourists gathered for the Digital Home World Summit 2012 in Marble Arch, London.
In the last three years, there have been have been numerous acquisitions in the M2M module market.
IT professionals are increasingly buying mobile computing devices, threatening commercial PC sales.
Government regulations and initiatives will be a key factor in driving the market for cellular modules for used in machine-to machine (M2M) communications.
The industry has now had a chance to take stock of the U.S. Dept. of Commerce’s announcement that it will impose an import tariff on PV cells, or PV modules that contain cells, manufactured in China.
There is a well-known phrase, ‘If you think safety is expensive, try an accident!’
The new Wi-Fi Alliance initiative of Passpoint will allow users to connect to hotspots seamlessly without having to go through the laborious authentication process.
Texas-based wireless IC and module provider Silicon Labs has announced it is purchasing Ember Corporation for a sum of around $72 million
The highlight of any industry analyst’s calendar is visiting the major tradeshows of their respective technology areas. Embedded World 2012 did not disappoint.
A number of companies are looking to create a watch with Bluetooth capabilities, but with it comes a variety of challenges like battery life and reliability.
While TV remains the preferred medium for entertaining viewing, a variety of no new wires technologies are looking to expand and enhance the experience.
Companies are crowd-sourcing their RF databases to aid GPS and improve indoor location accuracy as well as create a stronger alignment with satellites.