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Sunday, January 25, 2015
Industry News
MEM sensors are behind most new IoT devices 1/8/2015
MEMS are in virtually every wearable computer and fitness gadget at CES, including a chest band from Wahoo Fitness that counts how many push-ups you've done, or the ShotTracker device that records how many shots a basketball player has attempted.
PC with new features are on the rebounce 1/8/2015
Manufacturers are crafting high-resolution, curved screens for desktops and other new features you can't get in a hand-held device, while trying new laptop designs that mimic the tablet's appeal.
GasBuddy's outlook on gasoline prices 1/8/2015
A GasBuddy senior petroleum analyst. “I fully expect we’ll soon become complacent with those $2.99 prices once these sub-$2 prices stick around a bit longer.”
Microsoft/Nokia introduced $29 feature phone 1/7/2015
While it’s targeted at consumers in emerging markets, the Nokia 215 is also an interesting phone for folks who might be looking for a secondary device to travel with… or who just want something that can make calls and go more than two days without needing a recharge.
New WiFi chip to build 10-gigabit platform 1/7/2015
WiFi chipmakers, Celeno Communications and Quantenna Communications Inc. , both have big announcements at this year's CES show. Celeno is debuting its Quicksilver Wave 2 4x4 product line, while Quantenna plans to demonstrate the 10-gigabit WiFi platform using the chip.
Qualcomm keynotes on connection strategy 1/7/2015
During its CES press conference today, Qualcomm, a semiconductor company, announced partnerships with Walgreens and Novartis to use its 2net wireless health platform.
Freedom of speech and expression are "very important" to entertainment industry 1/7/2015
CEO Kazuo Hirai, who hasn't spoken about publicly about the hack before, opened a press event at the International CES trade show in Las Vegas by saying he "would be remiss" if he didn't mention the controversy over the Sony comedy, "The Interview."
Manufacturing stays strong into the new year 1/6/2015
The manufacturing sector expanded in December for the 19th consecutive month, and the overall economy grew for the 67th consecutive month, say the nation’s supply executives in the latest Manufacturing ISM Report On Business.
China scrapped its export quotas for rare earths, minerals 1/6/2015
Under the new guidelines, rare earths will require an export license but the amount that can be sold abroad will no longer be covered by a quota.
Vietnam has a difficult time selling domestic made smartphone 1/6/2015
Hoping to see every Vietnamese own a smartphone by 2020, Viettel intends to produce smartphones that cost less than $47.60 per unit with a data package fee of only $3.30 per month.
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