Design News' senior technical editor Chuck Murray is in Las Vegas, blogging about the latest innovations and announcements from the 2007 International Consumer Electronics Show. Be sure to check back frequently for his complete CES coverage.
Freescale rolls out 3-axis accelerometers
Freescale Semiconductor introduced a family of three-axis accelerometers at CES that could see action in a wide variety of consumer products ranging from video games to laptop PCs to sporting equipment. Full Story
Intel, Sharp demonstrate home technology
The push toward home networking continued at CES yesterday, as Intel and Sharp demonstrated a prototype LCD television that links to a PC and to the Internet. Full StoryLose That Credit Card, Pay with Phone
Tired of toting a wallet full of credit cards? The electronics industry may have a solution for you. Electronics companies at CES said they are working on a novel idea that would use existing technology to enable users to pay for items with their phones, instead of their credit cards. Full Story††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††Top Ten List Shows Vehicles Moving "from Embedded to Integrated"
Personal mobile connectivity is creeping into a "Top Ten Wish List" for autobuyers. The†list, part of a survey done by Gartner Dataquest, revealed that many car buyers are now thinking of connecting MP3 players and hands-free†phone kits to their vehicles. Full Story
Interoperability issues on wireless USB that uses ultrawideband (UWB) technology look unsettled as silicon vendors cannot agree among themselves about the state of interoperability between different companiesí products. Full Story on EDN.com
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