The IHS teardown of the PlayStation 4 reveals that Sony is nearing the break-even point on hardware costs, while significantly boosting performance.
Microsoft is set to become one of the world’s Top 10 OEM semiconductor buyers with the upcoming acquisition of Nokia, according to IHS.
In a typical electronics product, a system is only as strong as its weakest link. Therefore, it is the best interest of system builders to ensure none of the parts or subassemblies it uses are suspect. The U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), which currently uses Applied DNA Sciences’ DNA-based anti-counterfeiting technology for microcircuits, is considering expanding…
RS Components (RS) now offers a new family of automotive-qualified COOLiRFET MOSFETs from International Rectifier (IR).
Lockheed Martin will close and consolidate several of its U.S. facilities and reduce its workforce by 4,000 positions in an effort to increase operational efficiency and improve the affordability of its products and services.
Merit Sensor Systems launches its TR Series of temperature-compensated pressure sensors for harsh media environments, including those found in industrial, medical, automotive, and aerospace sectors.
Merit Sensor Systems launches its TR Series of temperature-compensated pressure sensors that features the company’s “back-side entry” packaging, delivering performance over temperature in harsh media environments.
The Apple iPad Air is cheaper to make than the third-generation iPad model, according to preliminary results from an IHS Inc. teardown.
Supertex introduces a high-speed, four-channel MOSFET driver designed to drive high voltage N- and P-channel MOSFETs for medical ultrasound imaging applications.
TDK unveils an ultra-low-profile multilayer varistor family, which is about 80 percent smaller than its predecessors, for ESD protection of mobile equipment.