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Top 10 Smartphones Of 2014!
December 20, 2014
2014 was an interesting year for the smartphone industry. These 10 smartphones ruled the market for quite a while in 2014. Saturday, December 20, 2014: 2014 was quite dramatic for Indian smartphone industry. Quite a lot of smartphones were launched during the whole year. We witnessed the growth of budget smartphones in country. Many leading players like Motorola, Asus launchd the series of budget smartphones. Some new arrivals like Xiaomi and OnePlus released top-notch smartphones at low price. While on the other hand, flagship products from leading players got much needed updates. We have witnessed the smartphone industry reaching new level of refinement during 2015. The user experience of smartphones was more focused than just hardware specs. Here are the top 10 smartphones of 2014.

Ready for the American dream?
December 20, 2014
Xiaomi Corp - the world's third-largest smartphone manufacturer - plans to launch its new handset at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next year, marking the US market debut for the fast growing Chinese IT company. Xiaomi is poised to enter the US scene. However, a patent row in the Indian market has cast a shadow over the company's overseas prospects. Gladdy Chu reports.

Daktronics to Light Up Left Field at Petco Park for San Diego Padres; Partnership Results in Third Largest Video Display in Baseball
December 19, 2014
BROOKINGS, S.D., Dec. 19, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The San Diego Padres have selected Daktronics (Nasdaq:DAKT) of Brookings, South Dakota, to provide a new LED video display system for Petco Park that will include the third largest video display in all of baseball. "This is the next phase of our multi-year plan to improve Petco Park," said Padres President and CEO Mike Dee upon the project announcement in November. "The highlight of this year's updates will be the new HD video board, the first of its kind here in San Diego. This will significantly enhance the fan experience while also providing the opportunity to update the left field seating area."

Valoya Delivers Light to Selecta Klemm’s New Tissue Culture Production Facility
December 19, 2014
Bio-Medicine has issued the following news release: In contrast to traditional LED lights where the spectrum is composed of LEDs with various colors, Valoya uses proprietary LED technology to incorporate their spectra in a single chip. This offers best possible uniformity which is critical in low proximity installations. The Valoya L-series offers high intensity and high spectral accuracy throughout its lifetime which is up to four times longer than commonly used T8 LED tubes.

Washington: COMPUTER VARIOUS
December 19, 2014
Government Service Administration has issued the following auction detail: COMPUTER VARIOUS Sale-Lot Number: 51QSCI15033012City, State: Chicago, ILCurrent Bid: 25 USDBidders: 0Close Time: 12/24 04:08 PM CT *Time Remaining: 5 Days, 5 Hours, 35 Minutes

Flexible White Organic LEDs Achieve Record Efficiencies
December 19, 2014
The Royal Australian Chemical Institute Incorporated has issued the following news release: Materials scientists have built large, flexible organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) that shine white light with record-high efficiency thanks to a new method for making transparent electrodes with silver networks (ACS Nano 2014, DOI: 10.1021/nn506034g). The new electrode is an important step toward practical OLEDs for roll-up displays and pliable lighting.

MILDRED DRESSELHAUS SELECTED FOR THE IEEE'S HIGHEST HONOR
December 19, 2014
The following information was released by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): Institute Professor Mildred S. Dresselhaus is the recipient of the IEEE 2015 Medal of Honor - IEEE's highest honor, given since 1917. Cited for her "leadership and contributions across many fields of science and engineering," Dresselhaus is also the first woman to earn the prestigious award.

Lithography continues to drive Moore's law
December 19, 2014
SPIE has issued the following news release: The semiconductor industry takes its impulse from Moore's law, an observation made by Gordon Moore in 1965 that the number of transistors in an integrated circuit doubles approximately every two years. This trend results in smaller, more powerful, and less expensive chips, allowing consumer electronics companies to deliver more functionality to their customers while decreasing product cost. To date, Moore's law has been driven by shrink (making devices ever smaller), and for this to continue, device scaling needs to continue to provide both lower cost and improved performance as we approach the 10nm node (i.e., next-generation technology) and beyond. This requires a comprehensive approach to the entire lithography process, extending the use of immersion lithography (the current state-of-the-art standard wherein a droplet of water is used as the last lens element to enable a larger lens aperture) as well as moving to the next wavelength: extreme UV (EUV) lithography.

Intel Launches New IoT Platform, Jason Hope States Competition Will Make IoT More Practical.CM Intel Corp.
December 19, 2014
  Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) December 19, 2014     Intel has announced the launch of a new Internet of Things platform, as reported by Engadget.com. The new platform, which is called simply the Intel IoT Platform, is designed to unify many features of the Internet of Things to build a foundation for multiple devices to interconnect and connect to the cloud. Jason Hope believes that this announcement could make the Internet of Things more practical for the user and for developers.

Iowa: Microelectronics Packaging Engineer
December 19, 2014
Department of Iowa Workforce Development, The State of Iowa has issued the following job opportunities: Wage Location CEDAR RAPIDS, IA 52411Requisition Number: AMS6339 Job Title: Microelectronics Packaging Engineer Category: Engineering


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