Wireless oscilloscope connects to iOS devices
The Aeroscope, developed by engineers from Keysight Technologies, is an iOS-based oscilloscope that pinches gestures for setting vertical and horizontal sensitivity.
Monday Quiz: USB Type-C connectors (Part 2)
Last week, we posted five questions about the USB Type-C connector. This week, you get off easy because there are just four questions to answer.
Panasonic, Facebook join hands for optical data archiver
The companies developed freeze-ray, which is intended for large-scale cold storage in data centre and enterprise networks, giving Facebook users long-term access to their digital photos and videos.
Intel, Google lead development of 48V servers
Intel's current prototype board uses 48V for the main power rails and 12V for secondary ones, seeking feedback from big data centre operators such as Google.
RISC-V welcomes Google, HP, Oracle
Even if it gains significant traction, RISC-V is not likely to have any major impact on ARM and Mips, given those vendors are well established with broad sets of customers and partners.
CTO describes BrainChip's neural network architecture
The circuit implementation of SNAP64, the company's spiking neural network architecture, is all-digital although the spikes are spatially and temporally distributed and asynchronous.
Top 3 tech developments in 2015
EDN Asia reviewed some of the most valuable inventions and developments in the electronics industry, and chose three innovations that made the biggest impact to our readers.
Imagination, PEZY team up to create net-gen HPC systems
The collaboration will allow PEZY to integrate Imagination's 64bit MIPS Warrior CPUs in its next-generation PEZY-SC2 many-core processors for supercomputers and other high-performance applications.