Fairchild Turns 50
Five decades of breakthroughs, from the W particle to the World Wide Web
Walking down a Manhattan sidewalk, Motorola’s Martin Cooper called his rival at AT&T Bell Labs
Is the PC going the way of the vacuum tube?
A polymer semiconductor approaches silicon speed
No end to fallout from bullet train's collision with plans for Tainan semiconductor park
Semiconductor acquisition tests island state's China policies
Freescale furthers the removal of humans from the chip-making process
Breakthroughs in the United States and Japan allow for stretchable circuits, curved camera chips, and more
First transistors built using paper as a structural and electrical component
IEEE Spectrum tours Plastic Logic's new fab in Dresden, Germany, where it will make its Kindle-killing e-reader
Microprocessors coming out this fall are the result of the first big redesign in CMOS transistors since the late 1960s
Reformed IP legal system deals blows to Applied Materials and Lam Research
Researchers create "graphene monoxide," which has semiconducting properties
How physicist Jean Hoerni built the bridge from the transistor to the integrated circuit
Finding Noyce's Notebook
Broadcom has released the first mass-market GPS chips that use newer satellite signals to boost accuracy to 30 centimeters
A quantum computing breakthrough could rival the superconducting approach favored by Google and IBM
The goal of EMC is the correct operation of different equipment in a common electromagnetic environment.
Faced with the availability of multiple capacitor options for use in high reliability SMPS applications, engineers need to consider performance characteristics and long term reliability when making their selection.