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2011-03-18 IDC sees cloud dominance, mobile madness
About 400 million smartphones will ship this year while 80 percent of enterprise apps created in 2011 will be for cloud services.
2014-01-21 IBM, Samsung, Qualcomm lead 2013 top patent recipients
Google and Apple broke into the top 20 for the first time: number 11 Google had 1,851, and number 13 Apple had 1,775 patents issued.
2014-10-21 IBM strikes historic fab deal with GlobalFoundries
The deal is sweeter in several respects for GlobalFoundries than anticipated, but the foundry will have its hands full sorting out technical details of the implications for its roadmap. Just what impact the move might have for IBM's slumping Power Systems server business is still unclear.
2015-01-14 IBM leads in patent wars; Google, Apple ranks climb
The US patent office granted a recorded 300,674 patents last year, up eight per cent, with most of the top 50 winners increasing their annual awards, according to IFI Claims Patent Services.
2014-06-27 IBM fab sale: Retracing its x86 steps
IBM's focus on servers for businesses prevented it from seeing and responding to what one former employee calls "the biggest server buying spree in a decade."
2013-04-17 Huawei: From underdog to behemoth
Huawei's real breakthrough didn't come until it decided to develop its SingleRAN technology. The goal of SingleRAN was to design a radio access network (RAN) technology allowing mobile operators to switch from GSM to UMTS network standards or use both simultaneously.
2011-11-30 HP's McKinney discusses WebOS, innovation
When Leo Apotheker announced HP's plan of killing its WebOS business, HP exec Phil McKinney started re-thinking his future and decided to retire from the company he served for nine years.
2011-12-12 HP to offer WebOS as open source
HP will be contributing its WebOS to the open source community. The move suggests that the company was not able to find a buyer for its mobile operating system.
2012-06-01 HP lab test claims to lower data center power
The HP Net-Zero Energy data center techniques cut total power use by 30 percent and reduced use of the utility grid by nearly 80 percent in HP Labs tests.
2011-02-14 HP joins mobile race with smartphones, tablet
HP's tablet and smartphones should help the company position itself as a player in mobile devices beyond the notebook PC. But HP will have to compete against top players and products already on the market.
2010-08-23 Harari: Reflections before retirement
In an interview with EE Times, Eli Harari, founder, chairman and chief executive of SanDisk Corp., provides insight about lithography, NAND and the post-NAND era.
2007-05-16 Group pitches enhanced Ethernet for data centers
A broad group of chip and systems makers is taking a fresh approach to the long-sought goal of creating a single interconnect to link all systems in the data center. Broadcom, Cisco, IBM, Intel and others are in an early stage with an upgrade tentatively called Convergence Enhanced Ethernet.
2010-05-28 GoogleTV engineer: Market is ready for 3D, Web TV
GoogleTV engineer Vincent Dureau shared the genesis and outlook of the project and why it isn't a problem that GoogleTV does not have any cable-TV partners yet.
2010-10-11 GoogleTV device by Logitech gets shaky start
The Logitech Revue launches as the first GoogleTV device, integrating broadcast and Web video on any HDMI-capable HDTV and supporting personal media playback and video conferencing.
2011-10-04 Google to set up data centers across APAC
In order to speed up delivery of services, the global Internet company plans to build data centers in Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan.
2011-01-24 Global tablet sales totaled 17 million units in 2010
Almost 17 million tablet computers were sold in 2010, a figure that could grow to 44.6 million in 2011 and 70.8 million in 2012. Growth contributors include the rise of tablets based on other OS, price and feature competition, and stronger consumer and commercial demand.
2009-12-18 Gartner sees e-readers booming in 2010
Consumers are beginning to have more choices in single-purpose e-reading devices with the entry of new players and new devices.
2014-06-06 Fujitsu Labs outlines 'monozukuri' innovation quest
Fujitsu's eighth annual technology symposium focused on the transformation of the innovation process, which now involves open-source software development, crowdsourcing, and 3D printing.
2016-01-25 Foxconn plans to buy Sharp for $5 billion
The Taiwanese electronics contract manufacturer is secretly working to buy Sharp, which is struggling to pay its debt worth more than $9.2 billion, accumulated over the past four years.
2015-03-19 Fake SD cards on the rise: How to avoid counterfeit products
Tests by the Counterfeit Report found that the cards will work at first, but generally speaking, buyers are purchasing what they think are cards with capacities of 32GB and up, but has a lower capacity.
2013-01-18 Facebook server project receives ARM support
Several ARM server SoC vendors are supporting a new CPU agnostic board spec that is part of Facebook's Open Compute Project.
2011-07-28 Experts make recommendations on cloud computing
Experts from the industry and academia have come up with recommendations to accelerate the adoption of cloud computing in the U.S.
2012-07-20 Examining Google's Nexus 7 tablet
UBM TechInsights tore down Google's Nexus 7 tablet and found a few new chip vendors not normally found in high-end consumer devices.
2015-09-07 Every home to have 5 connected media devices by 2019
Merrick Kingston, principal analyst at IHS Technology, forecasts that by 2019, the number of media-enabled devices will be equivalent to five for every household on the planet.
2014-05-02 Ethernet switches find greener pastures in data centres
Mega data centres will capture majority of the overall market share for Ethernet switches in 2018, jumping to over $14 billion from this year's $10 billion, according to Dell'Oro Group's Alan Weckel. This signals the transition to a fully horizontal market with OS, ICs, and systems all coming from separate companies.
2014-10-21 Ethernet Alliance meeting highlights emerging standards
The consensus meeting made clear that one or more 50G standards are needed, the debate over a 50G versus 100G serial lambda standard for optical nets is unresolved and the 2.5G/5G push looks promising.
2010-02-10 Engineers push beyond 10Gbit Ethernet limit
At three separate industry events, engineers said they are gearing up to deliver in 2011 chips that can handle serial data streams running at 25Gbit/s to drive next-generation 100- and 400Gbit/s networks.
2013-09-27 Embedded software engineers grapple with IoT complexities
Elecia White writes about the challenges she's encountered in her attempts to create connected devices for the internet of things.
2012-03-21 EEMBC releases open source Android benchmark
The new open source benchmark aims to give engineers and end users a way to measure the performance of Android-based systems.
2010-11-25 E-readers to hit1B mark in 2011
Shipments of e-readers are expected to grow steadily from 12 million units in 2010 to 35 million units in 2014, according to In-Stat.
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