Paintable Electronics? Scientists Study Spray-On Manufacturing of Transistors
(PhysOrg.com) -- A multidisciplinary research team at the National Institute of Standards and Technology has found* that an organic semiconductor may be a viable candidate for creating large-area electronics, ...
Anger as FIFA rejects goal-line technology
The International Football Association Board has rejected the introduction of goal-line technology, sparking an angry reaction from some football managers.
Computer chip sales up in January: SIA
Worldwide semiconductor sales rose 47.2 percent in January over a year ago and were 0.3 percent higher than the previous month, the Semiconductor Industry Association reported Monday.
(PhysOrg.com) -- A single cell in the human body is approximately 10,000 times more energy-efficient than any nanoscale digital transistor, the fundamental building block of electronic chips. In one second, ...
3-D Chip Design Challenges
Researchers Envision High-Tech Applications For 'Multiferroic' Crystals
(PhysOrg.com) -- Two of The Florida State University’s most accomplished scientists recently joined forces on a collaborative research project that has yielded groundbreaking results involving an unusual ...
Toshiba to spend billions on new chip factory: report
Japan's Toshiba plans to spend almost nine billion dollars to build a new factory producing memory chips for mobile telephones, cameras and other electronics, a report said Wednesday.
Record performance of dual-gate organic TFT-based RFID circuit
At today's International Solid State Circuit Conference (ISSCC), Holst Centre, Imec and TNO present a dual-gate-based organic RFID chip with record data rate and lowest reported operating voltage. For the ...
SKorean, US firms embroiled in chip espionage case
(AP) -- The world's top producers of computer memory chips are embroiled in an apparent case of industrial espionage after South Korean prosecutors indicted 18 people over alleged technology theft.