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TI Power Converter Simplifies Sensor Design     June 5, 2012

The high-density SWIFT 200 mA, 60 V voltage regulator combines power efficiency and transient protection in a 3 mm by 3 mm package.More>>

Point of Care Testing, Applications of Microfluidics     May 31, 2012

The POC testing market based on microfluidics technology will reach more than $16B in 2017, announces Yole Développement.More>>

OmniVision Announces 12.7-Megapixel Image Sensor     May 31, 2012

Intended for high-end smartphones and tablets, the 1/3.2-inch OV12830 captures 1080p/60 HD video and full-resolution high-speed photography.More>>

Qualtre Gains $10M in Funding     May 30, 2012

Financing will be used to fuel the launch of multiple products based on the company’s differentiated MEMS BAW gyroscope.More>>

The Big Three Predictions by Frost & Sullivan     May 30, 2012

Key areas of growth within industrial automation and process control will be energy efficiency and sustainability, smart technologies and the influence from BRIC and other emerging economies.More>>

Large Assembly and Test Facility Selects Rudolph NSX Series     May 30, 2012

Wafer-level packaging drives inspection market growth, as demonstrated by this large order for 14 NSX inspection systems.More>>

TI Delivers Integrated Ultrasonic Signal Conditioner     May 30, 2012

Designed for automotive parking distance applications, the PGA450-Q1's single-chip integration brings performance and programmability to TI's catalog portfolio.More>>

Hillcrest Labs Selected by TCL     May 24, 2012

Hillcrest's Freespace MotionEngine used in TCL's first domestic Android-Based smart TVs and motion sensing remotes.More>>

OmniVision Launches 16-Megapixel CameraChip Sensors     May 23, 2012

OV16820 and OV16825 provide 16-Megapixel burst photography for DSC/DVC and high-end smartphone applications; support emerging 4K2K standard.More>>

Silicon Labs acquires Ember     May 22, 2012

Gains low-power 2.4 GHz wireless mesh networking technology; companies' combined portfolios provide enabling technology for the Internet of Things.More>>










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