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2013-10-14 20nm, 16nm FINFET to shake up SoC, IP supply chain
Imagination Technologies believes that GPU are less vulnerable to process variability that will dominate SoC at 20nm and 16nm for the next few years.
2010-03-05 2010 Southeast Asia telecom market forecast
Fierce competition, driven by post-crisis moment and the need to catch up with rapid technology developments will be motivational factors that will shape the year of the SEA telecommunications market.
2011-02-16 2.5GHz/core Snapdragon claims integrates GPU, LTE
Qualcomm's next mobile processor architecture for the Snapdragon family will be available in single-, dual- and quad-core versions and include an Adreno GPU and integrated multimode LTE modem.
2015-03-09 15 innovative things seen at MWC 2015
Here is a presentation of 15 curious things spotted at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress in Spain, which highlighted many connected devices and technologies.
2014-09-16 10 things to consider on Apple's new products
The Apple Watch should tempt plenty of people, but not so many as Apple's iPhone, iPad, or iPod. It is just "one more thing" to manage among the many devices in our lives.
2014-12-15 10 tech gifts for the holiday season
Here's our top 10 time-saving, life-improving, questionably necessary tech gadgets that we think you'll find irresistible enough to stuff in your own stocking this year.
2015-04-06 10 Apple acquisitions and their significance
Apple's long list of acquisitions over the past year provides both technology and talent that enable the company to expand and improve on its vast collection of products and services.
2009-12-23 1.66GHz Atom packs graphics, memory controller
Intel Corp. is offering new versions of its Atom processor that integrate graphics and a memory controller on the same die as the x86 CPU.
2014-04-21 'Earphone' could give Google Glass a run for its money
Samsung's one-sided headset, referred to in a patent application as Earphone, has only a single miniature head-up display that extends around to present itself in front of the user's eye.
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