Trending in Tech

October 2018

October 2018: Welcome to Trending in Tech, a monthly update on the latest advances and innovations in the technology and engineering industries.

Teardowns Open Apple iPhone XS

EE Times

“Take a look inside Apple’s newest version of the iPhone to see their new, more power-efficient components, battery, and ultra compact organization. ”

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Substituting Solid Tantalum and Tantalum Polymer Capacitors for Surfae-Mount MLCCs  


This article examines key performance characteristics that will help streamline the evaluation process of alternative capacitor tech…

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Startup’s AI Chip Beats GPU

EE Times

“A startup with ties to Amazon claims that it handily beats CPUs and GPUs for deep-learning inference jobs…”

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Good Things Come in Small Packages: A Capacitor Technology Update  


Understand the key drivers, across multiple scientific fields, that have led to the evolution of key components in circuit miniaturization.”

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Designing New mmW RADAR ICs for Optimum Performance

Planet Analog

Learn about the world’s first CMOS 140GHz radar-on-chip systems with integrated antennas in standard 28 nm technology…


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Linux Device Driver Development: The GPIO Subsystem




From a hardware point of view, a GPIO is a functionality, a mode in which a pin can operate.  From a software point of view, a GPIO is…

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How to Find the Lowest Prices on Reliable Parts Without Spending Hours Comparison Shopping


EE Times 


“Electronics pricing is extremely competitive, which is good news for buyers because smart sourcing can provide considerable savings. Securing a better deal on the same parts from one distributor compared to another can make the difference in a final product being cost-effective or not.”

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