Exploring the intended and unintended consequences of technology innovation
Matter, the new IoT application layer spec, is coming to save the smart home, with Amazon, Google, Apple and Samsung joining the bandwagon. But really, who are going to do the plumbing for Matter?
German company’s implantable chip to run on energy harvested from cardiac cells.
As 3D/4D imaging and software-defined radar emerge, radar sensors are becoming much more useful, with higher resolution.
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Mobileye insists consumer and industrial AV development must proceed in tandem if both sectors are to succeed.
Analysts expect moderate growth in 2022, but forecasts are tough to pin down due to the market’s opacity and factors beyond the control of chipmakers and their customers.
No self-driving vehicle could ever be calibrated to sense a danger as sudden, invisible and terrifying as black ice at 70 miles an hour.
The automotive chip shortage has put semiconductor suppliers in the driver’s seat — at least for now. But automakers are wising up. They are rethinking relationships with semiconductor suppliers, while redrawing their next-generation vehicle architectures.
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