ARM has decided to shift from using its in-house compiler technology to the open-source combination of Clang and LLVM.
Power converters are arriving on the market with the aim of simplifying the job of building energy-harvesting systems for wireless sensor nodes and the Internet of Things.
Newton, a MIPS based board from Ingenic, is optimized for Android Gear smartwatches, wearables and IoT designs.
Self-driving connected cars will drive a change in the way systems are architected for safety, according to Bosch research chief Michael Bolle.
A massive MIMO processor being developed at Lund Unversity is serving as a testbed for a platform view that National Instruments is building for LabView.
What's in a millisecond? The difference between today's embedded systems and tomorrow's, Professor Gerhard Fettweis of TU of Dresden said at DATE 2014.
For a new 32bit microcontroller family, FTDI Chip has decided to not follow the crowd into the ARM camp but go it alone with its own proprietary architecture
The Multicore Association is getting close to publishing the first version of a specification that aims to standardise the way processor designers can describe the available parallelism
LDRA has developed software to support an ISO26262 process for the growing band of automotive suppliers that have to claim compliance with the standard.
Turning transmit power up may save energy on TD-LTE, according to envelope-tracking specialist Nujira.
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