After the last major update, a while back in September 2014, the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) officially published the future of enhanced digital and multi-media experience, the Display Port (DP) version 1.4 earlier this month.
The world of OLED is widening its presence in high-powered display applications that are being used in automotive infotainment, smartphones, smartwatches and other wearable devices. A structural makeup consisting of thin flexible organic...
First, let’s clear up any confusion. Not too long ago, LCD and LED were pitted against each other in what can be called a big battle of display technologies—though wrongly so. Why? Because LED screens are actually LCDs and as it turns out the term...
We live in a world rich in data and technology where every aspect of our lives is undergoing massive (and rapid) changes. Every business and industry sector we know is getting transformed, and healthcare is not an exception to this.
Cree, Inc., a valued supplier partner to WPG Americas, Inc., has introduced its XLamp CXB1310 and CXB1520 High Density LED arrays. These new LEDs deliver the most lumens in the industry for their LES (light emitting surface) sizes – 6mm and 9mm.
Micron’s latest flash chips powered by 3D NAND technology could increase the speed and capacities of the industry’s solid-state drives (SSD). Micron—the producer of flash that many use in their SSDs—has amped up the manufacturing and shipment volumes of..
This Year’s NXP FTF Technology Forum is Just Around the Corner! The NXP FTF Technology Forum—one of the major tech fests—is set to kick off in Austin, TX on May 16-19, 2016.
Changing our entire perception about LED lights being just lights, Internet of Things (IoT) controlled LED lighting with sensors tucked in and connected to Internet, is all set to play an integral role in our daily environment.
Sensor hubs—dedicated processing elements that enable low-power sensor processing—is a burgeoning market that’s predicted to surpass 1.0 billion units in 2016 and reach nearly 2.0 billion in 2018, according to a recent press release by IHS Inc.
Making splashes in the memory chip market with its recent eMMC 5.1 and ePOP announcements, Samsung is now going to mass produce the industry’s first 256-gigabyte (GB) embedded memory packages modeled on the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 2.0 standard.