Analysts predicted a slow year for the semiconductor industry, but 2015 has already seen a number of tech acquisitions. First, Intel announced its plans to acquire Altera FPGA for a $16.7 billion deal. In May, Avago agreed to purchase Broadcom for $37 billion, and in March, NXP Semiconductors made an offer to purchase Freescale Semiconductors for $11.8 billion
With the continuous growth of the Internet of Things (IoT), the connections between people and technology will continue to become more intertwined. In most industries, this opens up revolutionary opportunities for integrations between things to things, people to things, and people to people. m.
Advancing from the previous "Insane Mode" to the "Ludicrous Mode," Tesla is pushing limits for the automotive industry. The Insane mode was designed for the high-performance P85D Model S luxury car that can accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds. You thought that was fast? The introduction of the new Ludicrous mode for the Model S P85D can top that.
Connected. We may think we know the true meaning of what being "connected" is. With infinite access to the internet at all times of the day and communication at the palms of our hands, it seems the connectivity of our world couldn't possibly expand anymore. It used to be that our cell phones could only be used to make phone calls or send text messages with 2G networks. Since that distant past, networks have evolved to 3G and now 4G, which have opened our eyes to a whole new world of connection between people and places.