New chip to make eReaders cheaper
Intel's single-chip cloud computer
Gift Guide: Touch and Windows 7 in fresh PC lineup
(AP) -- This holiday season is a great time to buy a PC. There's a nice new version of Windows out, and computer manufacturers are adding interesting new technologies. Here's a guide to what's fresh in PCs, ...
Americans who believe in equality are more likely to buy on impulse
A new study from Rice University's Jones Graduate School of Business finds that Americans who believe in equality are more-impulsive shoppers. And it has implications for how to market products differently ...
ARM Announces 45nm SOI Test Chip Results That Demonstrate 40 Percent Power Savings Over Bulk Process
ARM announced at the IEEE SOI Conference, Foster City, Calif., the results from a silicon-on-insulator (SOI) 45nm test chip that demonstrate potential power savings of up to 40 percent over traditional bulk process for manufacturing ...
Elpida Completes Development of Cu-TSV (Through Silicon Via) Multi-Layer 8-Gigabit DRAM
Elpida Memory today announced that it has completed development of a Cu-TSV (Through Silicon Via) multi-layer 8-Gigabit DRAM.
Smaller, cheaper cell phones possible
(PhysOrg.com) -- Ph.D. candidate Sataporn Pornpromlikit played a critical role in research at UC San Diego that made a big impact at a recent conference, and might provide manufacturers with the means for making cell phones ...
45-nanometer chips for ultra-fast WiFi
(PhysOrg.com) -- Powerful new radio technologies that promise blisteringly fast WiFi have been given a boost by a team of European researchers’ cutting-edge work on miniscule microchips.
Apple 'to design own computer chips'
Apple is building the capability to design its own computer chips in a strategic shift aimed at cutting its reliance on outside suppliers, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
AMD Planning 16-Core Server Chip For 2011 Release
Soft hardware for a flexible chip
(PhysOrg.com) -- Technology is struggling to meet demands for high-performance, specialised computing systems. A European consortium is responding with a new kind of reconfigurable chip that is both efficient and flexible.
Warp Power May Soon Add Extra Life to Your Cell Phone and iPod Batteries
Roman Lysecky, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at The University of Arizona, has been awarded a grant of more than $400,000 by the National Science Foundation to develop high-performance customizable ...
Toshiba Develops World's Highest-Bandwidth, Highest Density Non-volatile RAM
Toshiba Corporation today announced the prototype of a new FeRAM -- Ferroelectric Random Access Memory -- that redefines industry benchmarks for density and operating speed. The new chip realizes storage of ...