|Legacy memories are in good business|
Alliance Memory, the San Carlos, Calif.-based company is a fabless semiconductor company that focuses on manufacturing legacy SRAM, DRAM, and SDRAM ICS, and it is always looking to expand its portfolio to support customers that EOL memories.
|Minium wages taken to Election Day|
Some small business owners say raising the minimum wage will pressure their companies, forcing them to cut employees' hours or jobs. Others say it's the right thing to do for workers and the economy.
|Synosys provides USB 3.1 IP solution|
The DesignWare USB 3.1 device controller IP enables designers to integrate USB 3.1 functionality with significantly less risk and faster time-to-market.
|Lowe's to deploy robot for customer service|
They are equipped with 3D cameras so they can scan and identify items. And customers can research items they want to buy on their screen. Then the robot can lead them to the aisle where an item is located.
|GM to move Volt electric drive from Mexico to Detroit|
Moving the electric drive from Ramos Arzipe, Mexico, to the Warren, Michigan, Transmission Plant means that all of the Volt's main components ó the electric drive unit, battery pack and gasoline generator ó will be made in the U.S. starting next year.
|Chines company announced domestic developed server|
The servers, including their operating systems, have all been developed from Chinese technology. The Loongson 3B processor inside them has eight cores made with a total of 1.1 billion transistors built using a 28-nanometer production process.
|Robotic shipment hit record in North America|
Companies of all sizes continue to recognize that automation makes them stronger global competitors. Itís also interesting to note that as robot sales boom, U.S. unemployment continues to fall, and is currently at its lowest level since July of 2008, further evidence that robotics helps save and create jobs.
|Startup gets funding on virtual instruction set computing|
Soft Machines, which disclosed its plans for the first time Thursday, has raised a hefty $125 million in funding and employs 250 people in California, India and Russia. It topped a recent ranking of most heavily funded startups operating in stealth mode.
|P&G to spin off Duracell batteries|
Jon Moeller, the company's chief financial officer, said during a call with reporters that Duracell is an "attractive" business that generates about $2 billion a year in sales. But he said P&G wants to focus on products that are "even more attractive."
|Autonomous window adjust itself to amount of sunlight|
The window is said to be capable of controlling the amount of sunlight penetration by automatically switching between transparent or day mode and opaque or night mode, depending upon the incident solar radiation.