2016-10-17 - Graham Prophet

Tech raises Li-ion battery capacity by 50%

The technology replaces graphite anode with a pure silicon anode, increasing the storage capacity of the lithium-ion battery by a…

2016-10-17 - Patrick Mannion

5 unique MEMS and sensor tech to watch

A ToF range sensor for VRs, a phone case and a gas sensor are a few of the hot technologies…

2016-10-14 - KAIST

Flat graphene speakers turn up ‘mass’ volume

The KAIST team has used 3D graphene aerogels to fabricate an array of loudspeakers that can withstand over 40W input…

2016-10-13 - Christoph Hammerschmidt

Telstra, Cohda Wireless test V2I apps over 4G networks

Telstra believes its 4G and future 5G networks can play a vital role in supporting the rollout of intelligent transport…

2016-10-13 - Christoph Hammerschmidt

i.MX 8 processors target cockpit applications

The new devices are based on up to six 64-bit ARM processor cores in v8-A technology, according to NXP.

2016-10-12 - Rohm Semiconductor

Automotive-grade LDO regulator halves mounting area

The BUxxJA2MNVX-C series utilises original circuit technology to achieve a balance between response characteristics and current consumption.

2016-10-11 - Zulki Khan

Flex circuitry for next-level embedded design

There are two aspects associated with flex circuit bending: one is static or one-time bending, the other is dynamic flex…

2016-10-11 - Gary Hilson

CompactFlash-based SSD replaces traditional tape drives

The SCSI-Flash replacement drives can be backed up to a modern day server, thanks to its Ethernet back-up and restore…

2016-10-10 - Wilfred Nilsen

IoT security: Why X.509 is not always the best choice

X.509 certificates make a solution more secure, but using it greatly complicates a design if client-side certificates are required.

2016-10-10 - Wilfred Nilsen

Extracting X.509 certificates from devices

X.509 certificates provide strong authentication, but in a practical set-up, other mechanisms such as username/password can be just as secure.