According to the company, schemes to collimate monochromatic light at the LED level have been developed before but no-one has previously collimated. ...

Wireless standards tend to get proposed, drafted, and finally accepted at what seems like a glacial pace. It’s been roughly 17 years since we began to see the first 802.11b wireless routers and ...

Most of the security flaws and problems that get attention in the community are fundamentally software-based. It’s not impossible to find a hardware bug. ...

TSMC announced this week that it’s ramping up 16nmFF production at speed, and expects a smooth volume ramp through the next few months. ...

Each time a new, higher-resolution sensor is introduced, there is speculation that we’ve reached the theoretical limit of what is possible with today’s technology. As pixels get smaller, image ...

The tech world has finally coalesced around a charging standard, after years of proprietary adapters and ugly wall wart power supplies. Well, sort ...
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