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Making a Handheld NES By Turning DIP Chips into…QFN?

You can achieve a lot with a Dremel. For instance, apparently you can slim the original NES down into the hand-held form-factor. Both the...

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Ultralow power AI chips are possible thanks to SNNs

Spiking neural networks (SNNs) are artificial networks that may be used to build intelligent robots or to learn more about the mechanisms behind the...

Samsung produces 3nm chips that can be used for Bitcoin mining

South Korean tech giant Samsung has started producing chips using its latest 3-nanometer (nm) technology, the company said Thursday. The new chips can be...

MIT researchers have built a new LEGO-like AI chip

With a more sustainable world goal, MIT researchers have succeeded in developing a new LEGO-like AI chip. Imagine a world where cellphones, smartwatches, and...

ADDX tokenises private equity fund of funds

The SGX-backed private market exchange has partnered with Fullerton Fund Management to allow tokenised access to the Fullerton Optimised Alpha Fund SINGAPORE, 11 MAY 2022...

A true representative of the peak mobile gaming experience?

From the uncertain glances looming upon it by the gaming industry back a decade ago to stretching itself as an estimated $94.8 Billion Global...

LeafLink Announces Artie Minson as President and COO

NEW YORK – LeafLink, the world’s largest online wholesale cannabis platform connecting over 10,000 licensed cannabis brands, retailers and distributors, today announced Artie Minson is joining as the company’s President […]
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Axera’s AX170A Imaging Chip Launched for Business Use

AI vision computer chip startup Axera announced that its "Pre ISP" (image signal processor) chip AX170A has been accepted by its smartphone customers, and has officially entered business use in the consumption field.

The resurrection of tellurium as an elemental two-dimensional semiconductor

Purdue University researchers review the recent progress in synthesizing atomically thin Te two-dimensional (2D) films and one-dimensional (1D) nanowires, including applications in field-effect transistors & potential for building ultra-scaled CMOS circuits.

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Chip giant Qualcomm launches $100M Metaverse fund

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The funding will also go towards a grant program for developers building extended reality-focused gaming, health, wellness, media, and entertainment experiences.

Marijuana Tolerance: THC Tolerance Breaks Have Their Advantages

As a regular cannabis consumer since my teenage years, and someone who works in the industry and consistently consumes it for personal use, my tolerance at times is extremely high. Tolerance breaks are an important part of regulating how much THC is required, both for medical benefits and recreational purposes. It has been integrated into

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Flat-surface-assisted and self-regulated oxidation resistance of Cu(111)

Researchers develop copper thin films that are semi-permanently oxidation resistant because they consist of flat surfaces with only occasional mono-atomic steps.

The post Flat-surface-assisted and self-regulated oxidation resistance of Cu(111) appeared first on Semiconductor Engineering.

Embedded IoT World 2022: Microsoft, Siemens, Omdia and More

The Embedded IoT World Conference & Expo takes place April 5-7 at the Santa Clara Convention Center
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