In smartphone's wake comes the intelligent watch
After the smartphone, the intelligent watch promises to become the latest hi-tech trend, allowing wearers to peek at messages and even take calls without touching their phones.
Wearable display meets blindfold test for sensing danger
World class circuits by chip architects
Thanks to their designs, the battery of a mobile phone stays charged for longer, the signal is better and more data can be transmitted for a lower price. The Integrated Circuit Design group headed by Prof. ...
Tethercell battery could redefine smartphone control
Calgary rolls out Bluetooth travel time system
High-frequency multilayer inductor series with world's highest inductance value
TDK Corporation expanded its MLG0402Q series of high-frequency multilayer inductors with new types that achieve inductance values of up to 33 nH, the world's highest for a tiny 0402 inductor (EIA). With the ...
RF components: High-performance multilayer band pass filter in 1005
TDK Corporation has developed a multilayer band pass filter in size 1005 that is significantly smaller than the existing 1608 types.
Review: Wireless speakers great fit for phone use
(AP) -- Diminutive wireless speakers are filling the shelves at electronics stores. They're proving to be the ideal accessory for people who listen to the bulk of their music on mobile phones.
Nist releases final version of revised Bluetooth security guide
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued the final version of the Guide to Bluetooth Security (NIST Special Publication 800-121 Rev. 1). The publication is a revision of the original guide, which was ...
Marvell's wireless chip set to raise connection fever
Powerbag brings energy boost to electronics show
A backpack is handy for carrying things around but how about one that can also charge your smartphone?
IPhone 4S first phone for low-power Bluetooth
The iPhone 4S has a little-heralded feature that makes it unique among phones, at least for a while: It can talk to a new class of wireless devices, such as watches and glucose and heart-rate monitors.
In-car device monitors blood sugar for diabetic drivers
People with diabetes and their caregivers know that careful and constant monitoring of their blood sugar levels is critical to managing the disease. But even while driving?