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2007-10-29 SanDisk brings 25 companies to court
SanDisk Corp. is filing three patent infringement lawsuits against 25 companies that manufacture, sell and import USB flash drives, CompactFlash cards, multimedia cards, MP3/media players and/or other removable flash storage products.
2009-04-16 Samsung, Spansion settle patent litigation suit
Spansion Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd have settled their patent litigation lawsuits. Samsung will pay Spansion $70 million, and Spansion and Samsung Electronics have exchanged rights in their patent portfolios in the form of licenses and covenants subject to a confidential settlement agreement.
2006-07-28 Samsung SSD caching solution 'eliminates delays' in Windows Vista PCs
Samsung Electronics announced that a 4Gbyte solid state disk will also serve as a high speed NAND flash cache for notebooks and PCs in conjunction with Windows Vista operating system.
2014-11-17 Samsung reveals new development projects
Digital health was one of four growth areas in which Samsung rolled out new software developer kits, seeking to build ecosystems around its smartphones and tablets.
2006-04-28 Samsung grabs iPod design win
Samsung Electronics claimed that they had grabbed a major MP3 chip design win at Apple Computer, at the expense of PortalPlayer.
2012-02-23 Samsung goes quad-core
The new chip comes in versions using two or four ARM Cortex A9 cores running at rates from 200MHz to 1.5GHz along with a 64bit ARM Neon media processing block.
2012-01-05 Ruthless DRAM market leaves Elpida struggling
Elpida's loans that are due to be paid in April have the company looking elsewhere for funds, driving up speculations of a takeover.
2004-07-16 Rolling data codes and fast oscillator trigger remote keyless entry
A common application for simple RF data transmission is the remote keyless entry system found in most vehicles today.
2007-11-26 Robotics project aims to help people with disabilities
Scientists from the Intelligent Systems Research Centre in Northern Ireland and the Indian Institute of Technology are developing intelligent robotics devices that would help people with severe disabilities attain greater independence.
2008-05-08 RFMD restructures, veers away from wireless systems
RFMD is reducing its investments in wireless systems, including cellular transceivers and GPS solutions, to focus on core IC component opportunities, including cellular front ends and other components.
2008-04-18 RFMD moves all production testing to China
RFMD has announced it will consolidate its production test facilities for high volume cellular products to reduce cycle time, better serve its customer base and improve overall profitability.
2005-03-03 RF Micro to discontinue WLAN chipset efforts
RF Micro Devices Inc. on Monday (Feb. 28) said that it will discontinue its internal
2013-06-12 Reverse engineering ANSI-C legacy code
Using some simple techniques you can traverse what looks like an insurmountable task.
2001-05-01 Reusable models trim software costs
The cost of developing embedded real-time software can be reduced by using an architecture that supports integration of software components and their behavior, and reconfiguration of component behavior at executable-code level.
2008-03-04 Restructuring efforts hurt Dell Q4 profits
Struggling with the high costs of turning its business around, Dell Inc. reported a six percent drop in its Q4 profits.
2008-11-07 Restructuring befalls Cadence
Cadence will undergo restructuring, which is designed to refine the company's strategy, streamline the business and improve operational execution and financial performance.
2013-10-02 Researchers in Singapore, MIT develop flexible ceramics
The team developed a way of making minuscule ceramic objects that are not only flexible, but also have a "memory" for shape: when bent and then heated, they return to their original shapes.
2003-06-25 Researchers demostrate Schottky barrier, aim for ferroelectric
Researchers are creating a Schottky barrier model in the hopes of finding that missing link for smaller, faster computers.
2002-06-06 Researchers demo self-assembling nanowires
Researchers at Aarhus University here have demonstrated a nanometer-scale fabrication technique that self-assembles tiny wires atop substrates, with an eye toward interconnecting molecular electronic circuits in the future.
2009-02-06 Report: TI France workers lament job cuts
According to reports and sources at the company, angry employees at Texas Instrument Inc.'s French subsidiary have held protest in recent days on the job cuts and lackluster severance packages offered by the chipmaker.
2008-08-29 Renewable energy initiatives explore hydrogen, photosynthesis
Green energy projects are looking into ways to replace fossil fuels with renewable resources like hydrogen and photosynthesis.
2009-02-04 Renesas details restructuring plans
Hit hard by the downturn, Japan chipmaker Renesas Technology Corp. has replaced its top executive amid losses, layoffs and plans to shutter older fabs.
2009-03-10 Recession calls for balance
What do companies need to avoid when managing a recession? Here are 10 things to note.
2014-11-17 Realising Industry 4.0: What we need to know
There are various system design hurdles to resolve before we get Industry 4.0 really going. Take a look at some of these key challenges presented and discuss possible solutions.
2011-07-12 Reading software enables active reading
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have developed a software that allows readers' finger motions to manipulate and organize content in documents.
2008-07-17 Ramtron works to curb effects of defective devices
According to Ramtron International Corp., one of its customers has requested payment for losses resulting from in-field failures of one of Ramtron's semiconductor memory products.
2009-05-11 Ramtron cuts foundry ties with Fujitsu
Amid loss, ferroelectric RAM maker Ramtron International Corp. is dumping one of its foundry partners&$8212;Fujitsu Ltd.
2007-05-01 RadioScape picks Blackfin for mobile TV platform
DAB software developer RadioScape has chosen ADI's Blackfin processor as its mobile-TV platform and will share its extensive DAB knowledge with ADI to build mobile-TV receivers.
2012-05-16 Quick fix for pesky FPGA design errors
Know the significance of hierarchical design and fast error resolution in achieving a working design with fewer design iterations.
2010-08-16 Questions to help sort out the industry
As the global economy makes it way out of recession, the electronics industry is picking up, but manufacturers remain wary as they try to avoid the hidden risks that still threaten their businesses.
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