Qualcomm Incorporated and TDK Corporation have announced the completion of the previously announced joint venture under the name RF360 Holdings Singapore PTE. Ltd. The joint venture will enable Qualcomm’s RFFE Business Unit to deliver RF front-end (RFFE) modules and RF filters into fully integrated systems for mobile devices and fast-growing business segments, such as Internet … Continue reading Qualcomm and TDK seal deal over RFFE modules
With a massive recall of its Samsung Galaxy Note 7 last year you would think that the Korean tech giant couldn’t wait to see the back of 2016. Luckily for Samsung, and its shareholders, it doesn’t have to rely on its consumer electronics division to turn a profit. While the company took a hit of … Continue reading Samsung’s components cover Galaxy 7 disaster
Google Wear 2.0, the updated operating system for wearables and smartphones, is said to be due for release on Feb 9, according to a report from ibtimes. The new version is said to be being released at the same time LG will be releasing its Watch Sport and Watch Style watches. The watches will start … Continue reading Android Wear 2.0 for smartwatches due Feb
NATIONAL Instruments (NI) will sponsor a webinar about the Doherty power amplifier (DPA), charting the history of this component and the latest work on it.
RS Components, the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, the global distributor for engineers, is strengthening its ARMmbed portfolio with the latest mbed innovations for connected, low-power, security-conscious projects.
THE MARKET for audio ICs, sensors and distributed processing will continue to be driven by the smartphone market, SAR Insight & Consulting has found.
TECHNAVIO says miniaturisation and advanced packaging will continue to drive growth in the global MEMS microphone market through 2020.
THE GLOBAL electronics market can no longer rely on the demand for high end smartphones, analysts say, as the sector reacts to Samsung Electronics’ profit miss.
AMAZON is now using and selling its own ARM-based processor chips, thanks to its January 2015 acquisition of Annapurna Labs.
TE Connectivity has opened a new facility in the suburb of Hillsborough, Christchurch.
MIT researchers have unveiled shape-changing thin-film interfaces.
In the face of slowing demand, LED light bulbs and components are seeing price drops, claim TrendForce researchers.
MOUSER Electronics has updated its Industrial Applications site, featuring new resources for home and factory automation applications.
THE NATIONAL Electrical and Communications Association has partnered with Pro-Visual Publishing to release the latest version of its Electrical Industry Guide to Workplace Safety.
ALTIUM has updated its flagship Altium Designer 3D PCB design solution with enhancements it claims will significantly enhance design clarity and reduce supply chain risk.
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