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2009-01-08 Intel, Adobe team on Flash for TVs
Intel Corp. and Adobe Systems are collaborating to port and optimize Adobe Flash technology to the Media Processor CE 3100, which will offer seamless Web-based and video viewing.
2009-05-25 HSPA+ femtocell chip supports 8 users
picoChip has released the picoXcell PC312 HSPA+ femtocell SoC, claimed to be the first such device to support eight users, with simultaneous voice and data services.
2007-12-17 HSPA SoC bundles 3G protocols
Broadcom Corp. is sampling a single-chip HSPA processor that's said to integrate all key 3G cellular and mobile technologies on a low-power, 65nm CMOS die.
2008-06-27 High-res display, older processor give eBooks second wind
Sony Corp.'s Portable System Reader (PRS) 500 boasts a new high-contrast, high-resolution display that can be read in bright sunlight and offers a near 180 viewing angle.
2010-01-29 HD video processors boast 1ms encoding, decoding
Cavium Networks has introduced a family of full HD (1080p60) SoC H.264 video processors with integrated Super Low Latency technology that enables 1ms encoding and decoding.
2010-09-15 Hard times ahead for Elop, says analyst
Market watcher Forward Concepts says that Stephen Elop needs to make Nokia more nimble and focused on high-end smart phones, applications processors, its app store and its U.S. business.
2006-05-16 Handset features still not a wrap
The product-definition uncertainty that roiled the smart phone and PDA communities a decade ago has returned with a vengeance, as advanced services like mobile broadcast video and HSDPA leave handset developers pondering what to keep in and what to leave out of a slim-line design.
2008-04-17 GPS faceoff: Garmin nuvi 750 vs. HP iPaq 310
GPS systems are forecasted to be one of the top growth areas for consumer products in 2008, with a number of different manufacturers offering different approaches to a GPS solution but all having relatively similar form.
2007-03-12 Freescale processor powers Aigo's MP5 player
Freescale's i.MX31 processor allows Aigo's new media player to support stream media format, which has long been a technical bottleneck in MP4.
2007-09-14 Freescale chips drive entertainment in Ford cars
Freescale Semiconductor's i.MX31 applications processors provide Ford 2008 cars with a rugged solution to enable features including hands-free phone operation, voice recognition and high-speed data transfers of voice and media.
2007-03-22 FPGAs feature ARM soft processor core
ARM's Cortex-M1 soft processor core has been optimized for use in Actel's M1 ProASIC3/E and M1 Fusion device families, in which it can operate at up to 72MHz and be implemented in as few as 4,300 tiles.
2005-08-01 Fit handsets with the right mem architecture
With 3G handsets already impacting the market, yesterday's storage subsystems don't fit the bill.
2012-10-01 Embedded database geared for ARM architecture
ITTIA claims to offer embedded relational database software for developers of applications in the fields of consumer electronics, clean energy, medical devices and robotics.
2003-01-16 Easy money? No such thing
Core licensing, a trend advocated by ARM Ltd., has lost its reputation as a foolproof income generating scheme; it is up to vendors to come up with products that deliver compelling, comprehensive offerings.
2003-06-16 DSPs face new competition
Competitors such as FPGAs and general-purpose processors are squeezing DSP vendors to make their devices attractive in a wider range of applications.
2007-09-03 DSP cores target 3G, VoIP
Ceva Inc. has introduced the Ceva-TeakLite-III family of DSP cores, targeting 2.5G and 2G cellular basebands, high-definition audio, VoIP and portable audio players.
2006-06-01 Digital processor aids color printer design
The Quatro 4230 digital printer processor from Zoran Corp. provides color printer designers with a highly-integrated, fully-programmable SoC solution.
2009-03-12 Digital frames audition for home's 'third screen'
Digital photo frame is emerging as a connected "third screen" at home, and the product's evolution has chip suppliers, consumer electronics companies and even wireless carriers seeing dollar signs.
2009-02-13 Dell drags Linux-ARM combo into Wintel PC
The Dell Latitude E4200 and E4300 laptop computers run a version of Linux as an "instant-on" OS running on hardware with flash memory that is separate to the main Windows Vista or XP OS running on an Intel Core2 Duo processor.
2007-12-03 Cortex-A9 boasts refined ARM architecture
ARM Holdings plc has expended its Cortex family multicore with the unveiling of the Cortex-A9, following up on a July announcement of multiprocessing extensions to the ARMv7 architecture.
2007-10-23 Compiler/debugger supports ARM Cortex-M1
IAR Systems has upgraded IAR Embedded Workbench to support the new ARM Cortex-M1 processor, the first ARM processor designed specifically for implementation in FPGAs.
2009-03-10 Chips eye computationally intensive apps
Freescale Semiconductor inc. has expanded its i.MX35 microprocessor family, with two new i.MX35 variations optimized for computationally intensive industrial and consumer applications.
2009-07-14 Chartered expands 65nm foundry portfolio
Expanding its foundry portfolio, Sinsgapore's Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Pte. Ltd has rolled out separate low-power and RF processes, based on its 65nm technology.
2006-05-18 Cadence extends flow support for ARM processors
Cadence Design Systems has expanded its Reference Methodology flow support of ARM processors to include the new Cortex-R4 processor.
2007-02-19 Broadcom's HEDGE mobile processor targets HSDPA, W-CDMA
Broadcom announced its BCM2153 HEDGE baseband processor for mobile phones operating on HSDPA and W-CDMA networks.
2007-10-17 Broadcom packs key 3G technologies in one chip
Broadcom has announced a new single-chip HSPA processor that integrates all key 3G cellular and mobile technologies on a single low-power 65nm CMOS die.
2009-12-22 Broadcom gears 40nm for HD handsets
Broadcom Corp. announced it is sampling its first 40nm chip, a cellphone media processor capable of recording full 1080-progressive high-definition video.
2008-10-08 ARMv8 instruction set to comply with future processors
ARM Holdings is developing a better instruction set architecture that will serve as the basis for the next set of processor cores.
2008-01-09 ARM, Intel face off on mobile PCs
The emerging market of mobile handhelds has brought about a new rivalry in ARM Holdings and Intel Corp.
2004-07-23 ARM, Broadcom partner for mobile comm apps
ARM Holdings has concluded a partnership with Broadcom that greatly extends the companies' existing licensing deal to cover almost the entire range of ARM architectures for communications applications.
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