wearables


July 2, 2019

The road to ES Design West: Location, location, location

There's still plenty of time to build a busy and profitable agenda for a visit to ES Design West and SEMICON West in San Francisco next week.
June 4, 2015

COMPUTEX 2015: Qualcomm edges Intel out of UK smartwatch start-up

Blocks' promo video says its work was 'Funded by Intel' but Qualcomm has announced that the modular watch company will be using its Snapdragon 400.
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May 19, 2015

Unicef launches device contest for developing world

ARM and Unicef have teamed up to try to find new sources of designs for the developing world, and to stimulate innovation there.
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March 24, 2015

DAC 52 keynotes focus on body-worn electronics and vehicle design

The 2015 Design Automation Conference in San Francisco will feature keynotes that focus on body-worn electronics such as Google’s Smart Contact Lens and automotive issues.
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March 10, 2015

Douglas Adams 1: Apple Watch 0 (game in progress)

'Bling' for fashionistas and the B Ark lot. Apple Watch limps as the S1 SIP fails to offer convincing battery life. Silicon shortfall still dogs wearables.
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September 10, 2014

Intel pins its IoT hopes on standards and data-center analytics

Intel aims to use a dual-pronged strategy that takes advantage of internet of things applications to push the x86 back into embedded-systems designs.
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September 10, 2014

Foxconn’s wishlist for wearables and the Internet of Things

Manufacturing giant says we need a new category of WPUs - wearables processing units - to create a mass market and that ARM needs to go smaller than the MO.
July 9, 2014

CEVA acquires RivieraWaves for low-power Bluetooth and WiFi IP

With an eye on the markets for wearables and the internet of things (IoT), digital signal processing specialist IP company CEVA has bought RivieraWaves, a France-based supplier of WiFi and Bluetooth cores, in a deal worth an expected $19m.
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April 2, 2014

MIPS-based board for Google wearables launched by Chinese chip company

Newton, a MIPS based board from Ingenic, is optimized for Android Gear smartwatches, wearables and IoT designs.
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