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Top Technology Deserves a Flawless Launch
Isaac Mathew  
3/16/2015   Post a comment
The speed of business for the high tech electronics sector is always increasing. A perfect product launch, which requires careful logistics planning, could help one product win out over another.
Drowning in Devices: The Growing Problem of e-Waste
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
3/6/2015   Post a comment
While users looking for the latest and greatest products from electronics OEMs is good news, it creates a huge problem with e-waste management.
VR is New Reality at GDC
Rick Merritt  
3/5/2015   (1) comment
Oculus, Sony, Google and an open source project showed virtual reality offerings at the Game Developer Conference where analyst Jon Peddie sized up the traditional games hardware market.
New Lithium Battery Regs May Stymie Electronics Supply Chain
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
2/12/2015   (2) comments
New Department of Transportation rules around shipping lithium batteries is changing the ways electronics OEMs ship products.
10 STEM Holiday Gifts for Kids
Suzanne Deffree  
12/19/2014   (10) comments
Give the gift of geek this holiday season to the children in your life with these science, technology, engineering, and math goodies for kids.
6 Steps to Closing the Reverse Logistics Loop
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
12/4/2014   (3) comments
A closed loop supply chain can seem out of reach of the average organization. These six steps offer a clear process for creating a successful green effort.
Integration: The Secret to Reverse Logistics Success
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
12/3/2014   (2) comments
Reverse logistics is often seen as a necessary evil and a big time sink. With an integrated process, though, these activities can actually add to the organization's bottom line.
Know What High-Tech Online Shoppers Want
Change in the Chain  
12/3/2014   (23) comments
Electronics OEMs need to pay attention to consumer experience in order to win the race to capture customer loyalty.
Mobile Payment Technology Reaching Critical Mass?
Rich Pell  
11/27/2014   (12) comments
Long predicted but always seeming to be "just around the corner," mobile payments may finally have arrived.
Electronics Top Holiday Shopping List
Hailey Lynne McKeefry  
11/27/2014   (10) comments
When it comes to holiday shopping, tablets, smartphones, and more will be top picks for consumers, making the coming weeks a potential boon for electronics OEMs.
Revving Up for the Holidays: Will It Be a Good Season?
Logical Link  
11/25/2014   (1) comment
The electronics industry is cranking up for the holiday season. A look at the latest stats around consumer gadget sales points OEMs in a good direction.
Maker Faire Meets the Big Apple
Jessica Lipsky  
10/3/2014   (12) comments
Hundreds of large companies, startups, maker spaces, and scientists converged at Maker Faire, held at the New York Hall of Science in Queens. Makers big and small came with curiosity to play with hundreds of projects.
New Fujitsu-Panasonic Co.: 6 Things Left Unsaid
Junko Yoshida  
8/5/2014   (1) comment
The agreement among Fujitsu, Panasonic, and the Development Bank of Japan has marked a sea change in how the Japanese electronics industry works. However, there’s more to deal.
Slideshow: Beyond Google Glass
Rick Merritt  
6/2/2014   (1) comment
A half dozen headset makers demoed devices that aim to leapfrog Google's Project Glass into an emerging 3D augmented-reality market.
How Augmented Would You Like Your Reality? Part 2
Max Maxfield  
5/17/2014   (8) comments
Will augmented reality be a triumph of information delivery or a metaphorical millstone around our necks?
Activision Skylanders Game Ignites New NFC Market
Semico Spin  
2/27/2013   (4) comments
Wireless communications is transforming gaming -- and silicon demand -- with the rise of the addictive Skylanders franchise.
See Me, Touch Me, Move Me at CES
Semico Spin  
1/18/2013   (11) comments
CES showed many interesting devices and applications using sensors and MEMS. But this is just the beginning; more innovation will occur.
Crushing on PNI Sensor's Games Tracker
Semico Spin  
1/16/2013   (3) comments
A new sensor tracker module for games from PNI Sensor is a must-have whenever it finally hits the market in a gaming device.
Tips for Courteous Use of Technology in Public
Dr. Cagri Tanriover  
8/9/2012   (46) comments
Some people seem to think that the more they shout on a mobile phone, the better the recipient can hear them.
Sharp, Sony Are in the Red
News of the Day  
8/3/2012   (15) comments
The yen's strength is hurting Japanese companies as customers opt for lower-cost panels and related products from Korean and Taiwanese competitors.
When in Doubt, Redesign
Barbara Jorgensen  
7/6/2012   (25) comments
When publications used to falter, they'd try a redesign. Will the same concept work in retail?
Should Microsoft Buy Nokia or Make Its Own Smartphone?
Bolaji Ojo  
6/18/2012   (12) comments
Microsoft is speculated to be ready to announce its own tablets. What stops it from getting into the smartphone market or buying Nokia?
Glass Enables Flexible Displays
News of the Day  
6/5/2012   (6) comments
Combined with organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology, flexible glass can be used for displays that can wrap around a device.
Are Gaming Consoles Still Relevant?
Semico Spin  
4/5/2012   (10) comments
The evolution of digital systems like smartphones put gaming consoles in a hard spot, and they will have to evolve to remain relevant.
Is the SOPA Opera Over?
Barbara Jorgensen  
1/19/2012   (24) comments
SOPA is really about digital rights management, which is crucial to the supply chain. Hardware companies have skin this game.
Euro Holiday Spending: Ho-Ho-Ho or Ho-Hum?
Logical Link  
11/22/2011   (42) comments
Fears about Europe's debt problems will crimp spending this holiday season, but electronics makers are hoping for a spot of good news.
Five Trends to Watch in 2012
Barbara Jorgensen  
11/15/2011   (48) comments
Research in the consumer electronics space highlights some trends that will benefit the overall supply chain. Keep an eye on smart power.
Euro Crisis Cuts Japanese OEMs Both Ways
Marc Herman  
10/7/2011   (8) comments
The European debt crisis offers Japanese OEMs huge cost savings, but it is also cutting into sales due to the expensive yen and weak demand.
Thank You, Steve Jobs
Bolaji Ojo  
8/25/2011   (22) comments
Steve Jobs is resigning as Apple CEO, but while transforming the company, he showed customers don't have to settle for mediocre products.
Are Smartphones Killing Handheld Gaming? Part 2
Semico Spin  
8/22/2011   (15) comments
If handheld game equipment makers fail to stem the encroachment from smartphones, the market could become even smaller than it is now.
Are Smartphones Killing Handheld Gaming? Part 1
Semico Spin  
8/17/2011   (24) comments
Games on smartphones are eating into sales of handheld gaming devices and creating a headache for vendors.
Electronics & What Kids Want
Logical Link  
8/9/2011   (25) comments
Kids influence electronics buying decisions and understanding their likes and dislikes creates opportunities and poses a moral dilemma.
AMD Makes a Big Splash at Comic-Con 2011
Semico Spin  
8/1/2011   (7) comments
Microprocessor vendor Advanced Micro Devices drew numerous attendees to its booth at Comic-Con.
ComicCon 2011: Lots of Excitement, But Not Much 3D
Semico Spin  
7/28/2011   (14) comments
The annual convention for the comics market took place last week in San Diego and captivated attendees with new electronics offerings.
Global Mega-Trends & Implications for High-Tech, Part 1
Bolaji Ojo  
4/14/2011   (14) comments
Here are the global mega-trends that will shape businesses and cultures over the next 10 years, according to Frost & Sullivan
NEC 'Opens the Kimono' to Third-Party Auditors
Barbara Jorgensen  
2/25/2011   (11) comments
NEC used the International Institute for Human, Organization, and the Earth, a non-profit organization, to monitor the labor practices within its supply chain
Software, Components Upstage Hardware at MWC
Marc Herman  
2/14/2011   (3) comments
The annual Mobile World Congress is largely focused on breakthroughs in wireless communication components and software technology
Nintendo 3DS Please
Semico Spin  
2/3/2011   (11) comments
Nintendo is coming out with a 3D version of the handheld game player, and it promises to win over consumers
Eight Takeaways from Intel's Q4 Results
Bolaji Ojo  
1/14/2011   (5) comments
Here are eight factors I believe had an impact on Intel in 2011 and which will drive or hurt its future sales growth and expansion strategy
Spare Me the 3D
Barbara Jorgensen  
1/13/2011   (33) comments
Forget the glasses or the fact that watching a 3D movie makes me faintly nauseous. With the possible exception of video games, there's little content around that really benefits from 3D

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Live Chat 01/15: CPOs Re-Shape Their Business Roles
Increasingly chief procurement officers (CPOs) are re-shaping their organizational role to focus on creating results far beyond cost controls. A new IBM survey explores how.
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The number of cyberattacks is on the rise and hackers are targeting the supply chain. Drew Smith, founder and CEO of InfoArmor, will be on hand to discuss the reality of today's threat landscape and what to do about it.
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