2019 IEEE IEDM event reveals latest node chips, chiplets, memories for AI, densest thin-film batteries, 400Gbits/s silicon photonics, quantum computing tools and much more.
While we celebrate the positive impacts of artificial intelligence let's not forget there's also a lot to be concerned about.
Silicon photonics, fiber optic communications, design for chip-IP security and microsystems in NASA’s SOFIA project are just a few of the topics covered.
2019 revealed some surprising developments in cobots, emerging energy, AI, and cybersecurity.
2019 was a great time for merger and acquisition business in the semiconductor and electronic design automation tools industries. But what will the future hold?
UL now offers security certification to help IoT device makers satisfy customer concerns and meet forthcoming state regulations.
Predicting human movement, five-minute EV charging, and enhanced sensing all all a part of this latest crop of automotive startups reshaping the industry.
Prioritizing security efforts – critical for the IoT to survive – may best be done by considering the value of transactions over the size of the network.
Boston-based Lux Research identifies the top 20 game-changing technologies—what plastics-related tech made the list at #3? Hint: It’s not 3D printing.
Aiming for the Tier 1 market, Microchip has designed a cyber-protection solution that secures the vehicle while adhering to auto specifications and standards.