Changing business models and emerging technology/market segments that could impact your business
Electronics companies face a difficult transition from IT to energy technology. It's about scale and the ability to survive in a commodity market.
A lively roundup of what we've heard on the street and what it means for you
Surveying the landscape of both critical and non-traditional industry segments
Home health care technology is almost ready to go, but the business model is still packing its bags.
Here's our list of display makers to watch.
Programming a processor remains essentially a single-threaded process. We discussed parallel programming with Intel's Renee James.
Now that everyone’s making sophisticated knockoffs of the Apple iPhone, how does a handset maker differentiate its product? Scores of component vendors are addressing that question, claiming they have the ingredients for the next big thing in smartphones. But the sad fact is that none has created a substantially better product.
Tracking the hottest industry startups and gauging their chances for success
There’s money for semiconductors and information and communications technology plays at Battery Ventures, which closed its ninth fund at $750 million.
Startup Prelonic Technologies has leveraged printing technology to launch what it says is the first printed-electronics game card.
Crunching the numbers and discerning trends on varied segments of the global electronics industry
A review of recent historical pricing data and price projections for key component sectors shows that average selling prices are firming for a range of critical parts, including LEDs, analog devices and even passives.
EE Times Confidential is a premium online intelligence report for business executives; investors, strategic marketers and financial analysts in the global electronics industry. More >