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Qualcomm Unveils the World’s Most Advanced 5G Modem-RF System, Harnessing Integrated AI to Enable the Next Generation of 5G

03/04/2024 | Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., has been a leader in 5G technologies since inception, and today is continuing to set the pace of innovation by announcing the Snapdragon® X80 5G Modem-RF System, the seventh generation of its 5G modem-to-antenna solution.

Wearable Devices Teams up with Qualcomm to Elevate Extended Reality Experience

02/28/2024 | Globe Newswire
Wearable Devices Ltd. , a technology growth company specializing in artificial intelligence (“AI")-powered touchless sensing wearables, today announced a collaboration agreement with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. This collaboration will help those looking to use Wearable Devices' innovative Mudra technology when developing products using the Qualcomm Snapdragon Spaces™ XR Developer Platform, redefining interaction in augmented reality (“AR”) and virtual reality (“VR”) environments.

AITX’s RAD Begins Production Run of 1000 Next Generation RIO Solar-Powered Security Towers

02/27/2024 | Global News
Robotic Assistance Devices (RAD), a subsidiary of Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc., announced that it has begun production of 1000 units of the next generation (Gen 4) of its RIO™ solar-powered, mobile security solution.

Embedded Design: Materials Matter

02/27/2024 | John Andresakis, Quantic Ohmega-Ticer
The rapid advance of mobile technologies has sparked an insatiable demand for radio spectrum bandwidth. The rush to capitalize on wider bandwidths, higher data rates, and lower latency offered by frequency bands like 5G and millimeter wave is evident across industries. Cellular 5G and 6G networks, low-Earth orbit (LEO) and mid-Earth orbit (MEO) satellites, interconnected devices (IoT), autonomous vehicles, and even defense and environmental monitoring systems are driving this paradigm shift.

Happy’s Tech Talk #24: Lab-on-PCBs for Medical Diagnosis

02/21/2024 | Happy Holden -- Column: Happy’s Tech Talk
COVID-19 created a rush for simple and quick medical diagnostic tests for the public. Biomedical MEMS (bioMEMS) have emerged as a subset of MEMS devices for applications in biomedical research and medical microdevices, with an emphasis on mechanical parts and microfabrication technologies. Applications include disease detection, chemical monitoring, and drug delivery. There has been rapid market growth for bioMEMS technologies, and many bioMEMS devices are already commercially available. There is great potential for large-scale commercialization of microfluidic-based LoC and LoPCB technologies.
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