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Ultra-slim supercapacitor for wearable applications

Suitable for use in wearable devices, mobile electronics, smart cards, electronic paper devices



Pitch power and signal connectors

Applications include point-of-sale equipment, medical devices, wearable devices, small sensors



Optical blood-flow sensor

Potential mHealth applications utilise earbuds and other devices to sense stress levels, help prevent dehydration and avoid altitude sickness



World’s smallest 1uF monolithic ceramic capacitor

Suits space-constrained enclosures of mobile electronics such as smartphones and wearable devices



High-frequency 600mA DC-DC buck converter from

Targeting mobile phones, wearable devices and similar battery-powered applications



Surface mount antenna for LTE, cellular and MIMO systems

Suitable for use in 4G MiFi routers, Femto/Pico base stations, portable devices, remote monitoring, network devices, and wearable devices



New NAND products designed for serial peripheral interface compatibility

Toshiba introduces serial interface NAND flash memory for embedded applications



Top 5 problems with human machine interfaces

Seventy-five percent of office workers admit to resorting to physical violence against their computer; the other 25% probably only employed mental abuse. Jonathan Wilkins reports



Top 5 problems with human machine interfaces

Seventy-five percent of office workers admit to resorting to physical violence against their computer; the other 25% probably only employed mental abuse. Jonathan Wilkins reports



Defence mechanism

Designing protection solutions for wearable devices. By Karen L Harrison



Miniature ‘spider’ brings accurate GPS to tiny devices

Nano Spider from OriginGPS is suitable for smart watches, wearable devices, trackers, and digital cameras



Wearable devices set to make ubiquitous connectivity a reality

Service-based models and vertical market partnerships will be crucial to push the technology to the mass market, finds Frost & Sullivan



Evaluate galvanic skin response

Accelerate wearables development with industry’s first reference design for galvanic skin response



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