Google's new Nexus 5 phone could pack some very cool new camera tech that lets you refocus your photo after you take the shot.
A new report by IHS iSuppli dethrones Nintendo as the top buyer of tiny components called Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems during 2010. Leading the pack was Samsung, followed closely by Apple.
At Ceatec, Hitachi Displays unveils a prototype display, developed with a U.S. company, that uses microelectromechanical systems, or MEMS, technology.
TSMC, the largest contract chip manufacturer in the world, will crank up its MEMS foundry business. These tiny devices are used in Apple's iPhone and the Nintendo Wii.
Intel Capital is investing in motion-sensing technologies that would enable a more natural way to interact with computers, particularly mobile devices.
The maker of iOS devices bought more MEMS microphones than any other electronics company last year, a new study says.
If you thought the Google Nexus 4 was cheap, check out the rumoured £185 price for the 5-inch Nexus 5.
Google's new flagship blower is surely mere days from launch, as the eagerly awaited mobile's full service manual has appeared online.
Qualcomm acquires a display tech company that may help it advance its development of mirasol displays for smartphones and tablets.