MEMS microphones are finding all sorts of sophisticated applications--from noise canceling and beam forming to locating your fingers in 3-D for mid-air gesture recognition: R. Colin Johnson @NextGenLog
Infineon only makes microphone die, but they well over 1 billion per year to MEMS microphone makers.
STMicroelectronics made every part of this tiny bottom ported MEMS microphone except the diaphragm it sourced from Omron.
Cognitive computers—cognizers—aim to instill human-like intelligence into our smartphones, tablets and other electronic devices using microchips that emulate the human brain. Dubbed the “Future of Computing” by the NYTimes, one of the “Best Innovation Moments of 2011” by the Washington Post and one of “10 World Changing Ideas” in a Scientific American cover story “A Computer Chip that Thinks” this book reveals how neuroscience and computer science are merging in a new era of intelligent machines light-years beyond Apple's Siri, IBM's Watson.
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