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Automotive industry drives new demand for CMOS image sensors

For years, surging demand for mobile phones with built-in cameras has fueled rapid growth for complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors, which are used to capture electronic pictures in cameras, cars, computers…

Driving Innovation to Fully Autonomous Cars with Machine Vision Technology

Over the past couple of years in Silicon Valley, we’ve all seen them driving around town and on our freeways – yes, those mysterious vehicles with the rooftop spinning cylinder tower mapping…

Wi-Fi Connectivity and the Internet of Things

In the Spring, I shared information and a video on Samsung’s 802.11bgn chip solution for those who are designing consumer products that require a Wi-Fi connectivity component. Today, this Wi-Fi chip solution…

Samsung Highlights Technology Driving Innovation at 2014 Media Open House

Mark Twain once said that the coldest winter he ever spent was a summer in San Francisco. That was not the case earlier this summer as warm weather prevailed when media and…

Addressing IOT with a New Chip Solution: 802:11BGN

One of the hot topics this year at CES and MWC is what’s been coined the Internet of Things (IoT) which is the ability to connect with billions of devices and appliances…

Image Sensors: The Third Eye That’s Capturing and Sharing Our World

In November I wrote a blog post titled What Makes a Good Smartphone Camera, which looked at the importance of the image sensor, a tiny piece of technology critical in producing high…