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2006-06-02 TDG: Microsoft ripe to enter portable gaming in '07, '08
Microsoft will likely leverage its Xbox franchise to enter the portable game console (PGC) market in late 2007 or early 2008, suggests new research from The Diffusion Group
2005-01-25 Sony to boost Playstation production
Aiming to become the de facto entertainment platform, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. intends to boost monthly production of its Playstation Portable (PSP) to three million units by the end of the year.
2009-02-27 How the portable gaming industry matured (Part 1
Remember the days of Game & Watch and Game Boy? Here's a look at how the portable gaming industry has advanced in 20-odd years
2004-07-16 Sony readies next-gen PlayStation unit
The next-generation PlayStation will be unveiled as early as the end of the year by Sony Computer Entertainment
2012-01-03 Unraveling Sony Vita
In the significant sockets of Sony's Playstation Vita, you can find IBM, Toshiba, Qualcomm and Avago
2007-12-06 Sony PSP kicks in slimmer form
In September 2007, Sony released the PSP Slim and Lite, which offers the same functionality as the original, and then some, but in a smaller overall form factor.
2007-05-18 Sony in the red despite record-high sales
Sony reported that it achieved record-high sales of $68.6 billion for the fiscal year ending in March, mainly thanks to its electronics segment, but the media focused its attention on the losses sustained by the company's game business.
2007-06-14 Sony cooks up gaming phone, applies for patent
Sony Ericsson has applied for a U.S. patent for a mobile device with video game features, but disclosed it is not yet ready to launch the phone based on its PlayStation Portable video game brand.
2005-05-30 SanDisk game card uses memory controller by Tower Semiconductor
SanDisk Corp. has selected Tower Semiconductor Ltd to provide the memory controller on its recently introduced 2GB Memory Stick PRO Duo game card, a high-capacity flash memory card for Sony's PlayStation Portable (PSP).
2005-01-18 Samsung to supply multi-chip packages to Sony PSP
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd will supply multi-functional multi-chip package (MCP) solutions for Sony Corp.'s PlayStation portable (PSP) game system and to manufacturers of digital cameras.
2006-11-17 Research firm sees flourishing market for media server
The media server market is gaining momentum as large end-user platform vendors release a variety of products for digital distribution and content shifting in the home and over the Internet, reports ABI Research.
2005-05-05 ITE develops audio/video apps using MIPS Pro cores
The MIPS32 4KEm Pro and 4KEp Pro cores from MIPS Technologies Inc. are being used by Taiwan-based IC design house ITE Technology Inc. to develop next-generation SoCs for portable digital multimedia, including MP3, Portable Media Players (PMP), and other audio/video applications
2007-07-04 PS3 Japan sales trail behind Wii, 6:1
Nintendo Wii game consoles extended its knockout streak for a fourth month as it outsold against Sony's PlayStation 3 (PS3) in Japan by a ratio of over 6 to 1
2008-09-17 Mobile TV leaves handset operators behind
A host of mobile TV chip companies demonstrated devices that are designed to turn popular consumer devices such as the Apple's iPod, Sony's PlayStation 3 and portable GPS navigation units into terrestrial digital TV receivers.
2008-03-06 Sony equips PSPs in Japan with Skype service
Sony has announced it will add Skype telephone service to its slim PSP consoles in Japan to allow users to make free or low-cost calls, according to Agence France-Presse.
2007-11-05 MIPS charges into 32bit MCU fray
MIPS Technologies Inc., best known as a supplier of IP cores used in SoCs, will enter the fast-growing, high-volume 32bit microcontroller (MCU) market.
2006-03-02 Memory Bulletin: NAND prices dive
Spot prices for NAND-based flash memories continue to fall at an alarming rate amid ongoing rumors of product order cancellations from Apple Computer and Sony, according to Gartner.
2006-07-19 iSuppli keeps 'neutral' rating on NAND market
Market research house iSuppli Corp. upgraded its rating for the DRAM market, but remains "neutral" and cautious about NAND flash.
2007-11-01 Improve embedded 3D graphics with OCP
Using the Open Core Protocol can reduce the time and cost of developing 3D graphics technology for the embedded space.
2005-08-01 For PS3's creator, this isn't a game
Sony's Ken Kutaragi turns his vision into a reality as he sets a computer revolution in motion with the new Cell-powered PS3.
2005-07-26 Analyst says consumer WLAN adoption still in its infancy
The wave of wireless LAN (WLAN) in consumer applications is just beginning and will have a profound affect on the lives of consumers, according to an industry analyst and executives at fabless semiconductor supplier Marvell.
2005-04-18 'Synergy' plan in play at Sony
Sony's recent executive shuffle has raised questions about the company's synergy and vertical integration.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2005-06-27 Sony's new CEO plans to rejuvenate company
Howard Stringer made no bones about his first assignment as new chief executive of Sony Corp. in a shareholders meeting.
2008-07-03 Sony patent filings point to touchscreen innovations
Sony Corp. may be exploring the development of a potential game-oriented touchscreen device that could also be a communicator, according to a couple of U.S. patent applications.
2007-06-25 Sony learns from mistakes, vows a comeback
Sony CEO Howard Stringer last week assured shareholders the company is on the comeback trail, and vowed never to repeat the mistake of failing to promote new concepts.
2010-07-02 Price, content availability key to 3D market success
Delivering more immersive and compelling consumer content experience with the addition of 3D will be a key to boost market expansion, from a device sales perspective and from content subscriptions.
2005-08-03 Mobile standards, APIs on table at graphics show
High-end graphics on meaty engineering workstations used to be the bread and butter of the Siggraph conference every summer, but companies with advances in cell phone media will put on a significant spread at this week's Los Angeles event.
2006-08-01 HDMI will boost data rate to 275MHz
HDMI 1.3 will increase the copy-protected link's data rate from 165MHz to an expected 275MHz.
2007-01-16 Gyroscopes take MEMS to consumer devices
InvenSense announced volume production of low-cost integrated dual-axis gyroscopes that could give accelerometers a run for their money as the MEMs of choice in new consumer gadgets.
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