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2006-11-01 CPU maker touts 'carbon-free' processor
Taipei-based Via Technologies Inc. is marketing its latest low-power processor as "carbon-free."
2015-05-05 Chinese investors to buy OmniVision for $1.9B
A consortium of Chinese investors is set to buy California-based OmniVision Technologies for about $1.9 billion in cash. The transaction is expected to close later this year or early 2016.
2016-01-05 Chinese company offers to buy Fairchild
Fairchild said it has acknowledged receipt of an unsolicited proposal to acquire all of the outstanding shares of common stock of Fairchild for $21.70 per share from a group representing CR Micro.
2007-05-01 China STB makers decry stiff MPEG-2 royalties
Digital STB makers in China are on a collision course with MPEG-2 patent owners over unpaid royalties, setting the stage for what will likely be intense haggling in the coming months.
2015-01-07 Changing the name of the game: Xiaomi charges toward IoT
Valued at $45 billion, Xiaomi attracts the the investment community because the hardware vendor, masquerading as a "mobile Internet" company, comes without baggage.
2011-09-20 CE devices, EVs to gain from wireless charging
Factors such as consumer safety, compatibility issues and potential for growth are seen as driving forces for wireless power transmission adoption, says IDTechEx.
2004-01-01 Blueprint for the digital media revolution
Philips Semi's Leon Husson shares his three-step plan for dismantling the final barriers to truly digital media.
2008-08-18 Blu-ray victory fizzles out
How will the spoils of the format war compare with the bounty that Blu-ray's predecessor, standard-definition (SD) DVD, enjoyed during its reign as the video optical-disc format king?
2006-02-16 As hard drives feel pinch, Seagate thrives
A rush of consumer electronics will likely eat up flash memory and cost drive makers design wins.
2014-08-20 ARM flexes muscles to take on wearables
David Maidment, mobile segment marketing manager at ARM, talks about his company's value proposition in the wearable devices market and what ARM technologies present in the new generation of wearables.
2016-01-13 Analysts disagree on chip forecasts in 2016
While analysts differ on their forecasts of semiconductor revenues in 2016, they agree on one critical factor: China. They say, however, that the Asian powerhouse's role remains largely unknown.
2008-05-05 Analysts debate prospects of MEMS accelerometers in cellphones
Industry analysts are divided over how quickly motion-sensing MEMS devices, such as accelerometers, will see volume uptake in cellphones, despite the rapid penetration of MEMS-based silicon microphones and RF switches into the handsets.
2008-02-21 Analysis: What's ahead for HD video after format war?
Toshiba's decision to discontinue its HD DVD business may help move the high-definition video forward, but there is still plenty of work ahead.
2008-06-27 Analysis: What you need to know about Nokia-Symbian deal
Interviews with Nokia and Symbian executives reveal more than a few bumps waiting in the "open" road to the Symbian Foundation. Here are seven things you need to know in order to understand what's behind the Nokia/Symbian deal and what it means for the industry.
2004-04-16 AMCC to acquire PowerPC 400 assets
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. broadened its portfolio of IBM Microelectronics designs Tuesday (April 13, 2004) by acquiring the assets of IBM Corp.'s embedded PowerPC 400 series RISC processors.
2004-06-01 AMCC forms division to explore PowerPC assets
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. announced that it will form a new division, based here, to develop the PowerPC 400-series assets it acquired from IBM Corp. in mid-April.
2014-08-12 Actions to split into Multimedia co., Android tablet co.
The China-based fabless company's move to transform into two private entities underpins internal conflicts among different business units, as well as management ambitions to qualify for government grants.
2015-02-27 5 things to expect at Mobile World Congress
The Mobile World Congress has morphed into a gathering place to discover and debate connected devices and new network technologies tailored for different applications.
2009-12-02 3G phone springs from 2G design overhaul
Released in Q1 08, Samsung's SGH-J750 tells a less-fleeting tale of OEM sourcing decisions, ASIC development strategies and foot-in-the-door approaches behind the cellphone market.
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