The American technology giant, Intel Corporation, has awarded NYU Abu Dhabi, NYUAD, a research grant of three years of funding, equating to $300,000 worth to support NYU Abu Dhabi Associate Dean of Engineering Ozgur Sinanoglu's research into new ways of securely testing and configuring computer chips
by third-party companies, according to a report in WAM.
Jacob is confident that the advantages offered by photonic circuitry within computer chips
will motivate manufacturers to introduce this innovation into their products.
Competition commissioner Neelie Kroes declared: "Intel has harmed millions of European consumers by deliberately acting to keep competitors out of the market for computer chips
for many years.
The deal is thought to facilitate AMD, from California, in concentrating on the design and development of computer chips
Edelstein led the development of a now standard technique for using copper wiring in computer chips
instead of aluminum.
Donoghue, professor of neuroscience at Brown University, and co-developer of a system that has allowed a paralyzed man to move a computer curser with the help of a computer chip
embedded in his brain.
Now, researchers at the University of Michigan have produced what they say is the first scalable quantum computer chip
, which could lead to big gains in the quest to develop a quantum computer.
A smartcard looks like a credit card, but instead of a magnetic strip on the back, it is embedded with a computer chip
loaded with data.
According to Paul Collins of Wheely Environmental Refuse Services (WERS) the computer chip
embedded in each bin will ensure that the customer will have greater control over the cost of refuse disposal.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved an implantable computer chip
that can pass along a patient's medical details to doctors, providing easy access to individual medical records.
With a computer chip
that makes video tape obsolte, and with the enhanced visual images that only a digital system can provided, TiVo is well on its way to making VHS video recorders as obsolete as their BetaMax predecssors.
Robert Paul Vass, 37, who operated from strip clubs on his laptop, made his fortune from a computer chip
fraud with three other men.