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Jun 21, 2021
Charting Graphene's Progress
Graphene presents an attractive value proposition to nearly every possible engineering discipline, from heavy duty coatings through to water filtration mechanisms. However, the global semiconductor business, now worth close to half a trillion dollars a year, is where this unique material is likely to be most impactful. In this article we look at what graphene's implications could be, both ...
EE Times

Jun 21, 2021
Computer scientists are questioning whether Alphabet's DeepMind will ever make A.I. more human-like
Computer scientists are questioning whether DeepMind, the Alphabet-owned U.K. firm that's widely regarded as one of the world's premier AI labs, will ever be able to ...

Jun 21, 2021
European Wearable Market Showed Positive Growth in 1Q21, Says IDC
In the first quarter of 2021, the wearable market in Europe grew 33.0% compared with the same period in 2020, according to the latest IDC Worldwide Quarterly ...

Jun 21, 2021
Microsoft plans a massive expansion in China
Microsoft Corp plans to add four new data centers within China by early next year in a wider effort to expand its service capacity across Asia, said people familiar ...
Taipei Times

Jun 21, 2021
Rebooting Imagination: A Heterogeneous Compute Strategy
Last October, Imagination Technologies hired a new CEO, Simon Beresford-Wylie. He is Imagination's sixth CEO in 6 years, and just like his predecessors he is committed ...
EE Times

Jun 21, 2021
Why PCs Are Turning Into Giant Phones
Your next laptop will be like a smartphone--only bigger, more powerful and more capable. It's a reversal of almost a decade of trends in mobile computing, a decade ...
The Wall Street Journal

Jun 21, 2021
Improve Your Focus, Improve Your Productivity
We all have those days when we convince ourselves that we aren't as productive as we should be. Maybe it's because you compare yourself to others or have fallen ...

Jun 21, 2021
Backscatter Radio at Gigabit Speeds
Backscatter radios encode data in reflected signals to offer wireless communications that consume as little energy as possible--but they can be limited by poor data ...
IEEE Spectrum

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