Increasingly, the design world is turning to medical challenges and asking how engineering principles can be put to work to improve people’s health. Dassault has opened up several fronts for medical research through its Biovia and Simulia product groups and Dassault is developing tools for simulating the operating of the human heart. PTC, in turn, is working with the University of Tokyo to build replacement hearts for people. Read more on how PTC is helping people like Dr. Takashi Isoyama of the University of Tokyo in their research.
AMD, MediaTek, and Realtek broke the display speed limit
Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) announced that the first video source and display devices supporting DisplayPort UHBR (Ultra-high Bit Rate) have been certified.
Vivo’s new IQOO Neo 5 is going to amaze you
Pixelworks has been building video co-processors and offering IP solutions for mobile devices for some time now. The company is ...