Startup plans to create chips to improve smartphone image-processing apps.
Editor’s Pick History came to life last night as PBS hosted a screening of Silicon Valley, the latest film in the American Experience documentary series.
Our best pattern recognition reveals the tech trends that will be copied over and over again until someone gets it right.
Hint: boiling frogs has something to do with a crisis that develops over a long time.
While the $35 Raspberry Picomputer gets a lot of kudos for being a cheap way to get into hardware hacks, Texas Instruments’ $13 Stellaris LaunchPad could soon take the spotlight.
Are Amazon’s smartphone phone plans at the heart of its rumored purchase of Texas Instruments OMAP chip line? It sure looks that way.
Apple’s new A6 processor is hitting the iPhone 5, but the older A5X is going into the new iPod Touch. Which processor is better for gaming?
Is it a computer or a display? The Android-based Smart Display from ViewSonic is both.
Most people won’t care about Quantance‘s tiny qBoost power amplifiers. But these efficient little chips should capture your attention because they could speed up 4G data rates by 2 to 5 times.
Broadcom is now one of the top five suppliers of chips for smartphones, according to a third quarter report by market research firm Strategy Analytics.
Editor's Pick VisionTech Components sold a large amount of semiconductor chips to more than 1,100 customers from its office in Clearwater, Fla. Unfortunately, federal prosecutors allege, the chips were counterfeits. In this case, the perpetrators were brought to justice when authorities uncovered the $16 million counterfeiting operation. A sentencing in the case will happen at the end of this month.