CENTENNIAL, Colo., Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — DHI Group, Inc. (DHX) announced today that Dice, its leading career hub for technology professionals, is celebrating its 30-year anniversary. For three decades, Dice has been a leader in the technology career field and continues to drive innovation with the goal of making the recruitment experience as frictionless as possible for technologists and employers.
In its 30th year, Dice has launched a series of important innovations to help technologists further their careers and employers hire the quality professionals they need. “When Dice started in 1990, the total population of those in computer systems design in the United States stood around 413,000. That same subset of tech has more than 2.2M technologists today. With a total of 12M technologists across tech fields in the US in 2020, the growth of the industry is palpable. In the last 12 months, Dice surfaced over
Samsung Semiconductor is one of the most important players in the mobile photography space right now, joining Sony and Omnivision as the three biggest image sensor suppliers in the smartphone industry.
The company is currently riding the multi-camera wave while also upping the ante in a big way with 108MP sensors. So, what’s next for the image sensor firm, and what does it expect to see in 2021? Android Authority interviewed Jinhyun Kwon, VP and head of sensor marketing at Samsung Semiconductor to find out.
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Bigger pixels or more megapixels?
Samsung just announced a brand-new line-up of camera sensors, all featuring tiny 0.7 micron pixels and high-resolution sensors. From the 32MP Isocell JD1 to the 108MP Isocell HM2, the latest crop of sensors all embrace more megapixels at the expense of pixel size.
Conversely, the South Korean giant has previously offered