Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) together funding $5 million on annual basis for three multi-university research centers to do research on non-conventional, low-energy ... Electronics Engineering Herald, 6 days ago
SRC, NIST Introduce Second Phase Of Nanoelectronics Research Initiative With $5M In Annual Funding To Develop Post-CMOS Electronics - Wireless Design Online, 5 days ago
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Khalifa Fund presents its electronic initiatives in the World Summit on the Information Society in Geneva
Abu Dhabi, 14th May 2013: Khalifa Fund for Enterprise Development presents during the WSIS in Geneva number of its electronic initiatives which aim to enhance the spirit of entrepreneurship among local society as well as creating the appropriate ...Zawya.com, 6 days ago
Tunetrace - turn your drawings into musicQMULOfficial Electronic engineers at Queen Mary University have developed an app called Tunetrace that converts drawings into music following a few simple rules. The iPhone and iPad app lets you take a photo ...Wired.co.uk, 4 days ago
Samsung Electronics has claimed a breakthrough in development of wireless communications technology that will be at the core of 5G networks. It has developed the world's first adaptive array transceiver technology operating in the millimeter-wave ...AfterDawn.com, 6 days ago Samsung to break-into 5G technology by 2020 Industry Leaders Magazine, 6 days ago Samsung 5G Test Promises 'A Film In A Second' Sky News, 6 days ago Samsung 5G Test 'Hundred Times Faster' Than 4G Sky News, 6 days ago
Every time a firefighter braves an inferno, a scientist wonders if a new material or special flame-resistant coating could be created to protect him. Today, armed with nanocomposite techniques and insights into bio-based materials, new classes of ...Special Chem 4 Coatings, 6 days ago
As Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. develop smart watches and ogle Inc. (GOOG) The wearable-computer market may swell to $6 billion by 2016, according to Wellingborough, U.K.-based IMS Research. To tap into that early, companies like Evernote ...BusinessWeek, 1 week ago A wearable future for software developers Shanghai Daily, 6 days ago Google Glass Woos Developers to $6B Market Bloomberg, 6 days ago
Senior executives of ANZ Banking are travelling to the US to be briefed on the latest developments in banking and electronic funds transfer technology by companies such as Apple, Google, Cisco, IBM and Hewlett Packard. Among those taking the trip ...Individual.com, 6 days ago
Forget fake pay sites.Even electronic fund transfer between banks isn't safe.The missing funds from the West Bengal Infrastructure Development Finance Corporation (WBIDFC) is a case in point.Times of India, 2 months ago
A national collaboration of electronic engineers and computer scientists is aiming to develop the next generation of energy-efficient computing systems. PRiME: Power-efficient, Reliable, Many-core Embedded systems, brings together four research ...Engineer Online, 5 days ago Multimillion pound project to develop next generation computing systems University of Manchester, 6 days ago £5.6m national collaboration to develop the next generation of supercomputing systems SuperComputing, 5 days ago 14.05 - Multimillion pound project to develop next generation computing systems - MANCHESTER MyScience, 5 days ago
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Funding from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Mayfield Fund, and Others Will Support OUYA's Video Game Developer Ecosystem and Expand Production Press Release: OUYA 15 minutes ago Recommend 0 Tweet 0 Share 0 World+Economy LOS ANGELES, May 9, 2013 ...Yahoo! Canada, 1 week ago OUYA Closes $15 Million In Funding Led By Kleiner Perkins, Boasts 12,000 Game Developer Sign-Ups TechCrunch, 1 week ago OUYA raises $15m through Kleiner Perkins, Mayfield Fund and others, but launch date slips to June 25 The Next Web, 1 week ago OUYA Gets $15 Million in New Funding Individual.com, 6 days ago
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