Nordic Thingy:53 gets the Edge Impulse firmware for rapid IoT prototyping
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Nordic Thingy:53 gets the Edge Impulse firmware for rapid IoT prototyping

Norwegian embedded device manufacturer Nordic Semiconductor has announced the commercial availability of Nordic Thingy:53, a new addition to the Nordic Thingy family. This multisensor prototyping hardware platform features multiple onboard sensors and robust short-range wireless...

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Google and SkyWater Technology collaborate to launch an Open-Silicon developer portal
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Google and SkyWater Technology collaborate to launch an Open-Silicon developer portal

With the exponential increase in the demand and requirement of silicon-based chips, Google, in partnership with SkyWater Technology, has launched a new platform to encourage and help the developer community to get started with its Open MPW shuttle program. Leveraging SkyWater’s...

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Crowdfunding ShaRPiKeebo handheld Linux computer comes with a Raspberry Pi
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Crowdfunding ShaRPiKeebo handheld Linux computer comes with a Raspberry Pi

French electronic designer Morpheans has launched a crowdfunding project, ShaRPiKeebo, a Raspberry Pi Zero W and Zero 2 W powered portable Linux computer that features a classic QWERTY keyboard and a 2.7-inch memory display. The tiny ShaRPiKeebo computer is designed with a low-power,...

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Metalenz and STMicroelectronics collaboratively announce the world’s first optical metasurface technology
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Metalenz and STMicroelectronics collaboratively announce the world’s first optical metasurface technology

Metalenz, the fabless semiconductor company, and the Swiss semiconductor manufacturing company STMicroelectronics announced the VL53L8 direct Time-of-Flight (dToF) sensor, a market debut of the meta-optics devices developed through their partnership. The meta-optics technology by...

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Smaller, Faster, and Stronger Solutions with AAEON’s Computer-on-Modules
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Smaller, Faster, and Stronger Solutions with AAEON’s Computer-on-Modules

Providing High-Performance Computing in a Globally Connected World AAEON launches the latest 12th Generation Intel® Core™ processor (formerly Alder Lake-S) based Computer on Module (COM) with the new COM-HPC standard Extensive lineup of COM Express modules from AAEON...

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Banana Pi’s BPI-CM4 is an Alternative to Raspberry Pi CM4
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Banana Pi’s BPI-CM4 is an Alternative to Raspberry Pi CM4

Banana PI has announced the release of its new cost-efficient computer module BPI-CM4 for enhanced performance in embedded applications. The company has stated that this new Banana Pi BPI-CM4 replicates Raspberry Pi’s Compute Module 4 (CM4). This board was developed as a substitute or...

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MediaTek’s Wi-Fi 7 platforms, the Filogic 880, and the Filogic 380 will meet the industry’s growing connectivity demands
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MediaTek’s Wi-Fi 7 platforms, the Filogic 880, and the Filogic 380 will meet the industry’s growing connectivity demands

The Taiwan-based fabless semiconductor company, MediaTek, announces its Wi-Fi 7 platforms, Filogic 880 and Filigoc 380, which offer high-bandwidth applications in the operator, retail, enterprise, and consumer electronics industries. The IEEE 802.11be, also known as the 7th generation...

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MediaTek’s first mmWave 5G chipset, the Dimensity 1050 offers seamless connectivity for 5G smartphones
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MediaTek’s first mmWave 5G chipset, the Dimensity 1050 offers seamless connectivity for 5G smartphones

The Taiwan-based fabless semiconductor company MediaTek announces its first mmWave 5G chipset, the Dimensity 1050 system-on-chip. The mmWaves are used for high-speed broadband access, which will facilitate powering the next generation of 5G smartphones with seamless connectivity. The...

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