Posts Tagged ‘ Imagination Technologies ’

China’s consumers driving move to international standardization?

Apr 8th, 2014 | By

Lou Covey
Editorial Director

As we move deeper into the 21st Century, Western concerns about China regarding to cyberwar, intellectual property and the security of the internet of things is almost a daily part of the news cycle. However, as more Chinese consumers integrate their lives on social media and through consumer devices, their concerns and desires regarding those same issues are beginning to mirror those of the West. Perhaps the “twain” shall meet? We interviewed David Harold at #EELive on that exact issue. See the video.

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#EELive Keynote sees bright side of death of Moore’s Law

Apr 2nd, 2014 | By

The death of Moore’s Law, predicted annually for the past decade, may not be as bad for the electronics industry, as opposed to what some hand-wringers have expected.  Unless you work for Intel, that is. In fact, it might unleash a new wave of innovation driven by user expectation rather than an engineers’ linear imagination.


Andrew “Bunnie” Huang

That was the core of the keynote delivered today at EELive in San Jose by Bunnie Huang, MIT EE PhD. and renowned hardware hacker.

Huang pointed out that Moore’s Law has been very good for Big Silicon over the past …

IMG giving fits to Nvidia

Nov 4th, 2009 | By

A few weeks ago I went to the ARM TechCon3, formerly the ARM Developer Conference (Still can’t figure out why they changed the name, now it makes no sense). I went because I was getting a flood of requests for interviews. When I was plowing through the information, none of it really caught my attention, but the PR guy for Imagination Technologies was particularly persistent. When I asked for some details about what we might talk about, he directed me to a couple of web pages with typical marketing blather: lots of unsubstantiated hyperbole, or as the Bard put it …