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2014-08-13 Search engine Bing turns to FPGAs for help
Microsoft started out focusing on Bing which needed help because it was not fast enough. FPGAs are not a natural fit for cost-sensitive data centres, but it turns out they make sense.
2014-10-24 Microsoft targets extensive FPGA role
Earlier this year Microsoft announced plans to use FPGA cards in a significant, but limited way to accelerate ranking of its Bing searches. Whether such a strategy will work to deliver new networking speeds and features remains to be seen.
2014-06-24 FPGAs afford server boosts in datacentres
Bing is rolling out Stratix-based fabric on servers to accelerate processing of customer searches, an approach that Microsoft revealed to improve ranking server throughput by 95 per cent.
2014-06-17 Altera forms broadband, data centre partnerships
The FPGA firm is working with Lime Technology to develop RF and base band solutions, and with Microsoft Research and Bing to accelerate the processing of large amounts of data on servers.
2005-08-16 Water-filled wafers streamline chip cooling
Researchers develop a chip-cooling process that hopes to replace bulky, bolt-on metal towers used in microprocessors.
2015-02-24 Top Google projects in 2015
Many of Google's experiments may seem kooky, but they're really designed to benefit the company's core ad business by bringing more Internet users online, many of whom will use Google Search.
2011-10-12 TMC, Microsoft collab delivers modern telematics apps
TMC will use Window's cloud platform to facilitate the development and deployment of telematics applications.
2008-01-31 TI solidifies further commitment to China academe
TI has set up the 'TI Innovation Fund' and 'TI Outstanding Educator Award' after having successfully carried out its China University Program for 12 years.
2009-04-23 TI ramps production in Philippine test plant
Texas Instruments Inc.'s new assembly/test facility within the Clark Freeport Zone in the Philippines is now fully operational and ramping production with the latest packaging technologies.
2007-05-07 TI expands Philippine test operations with new site
Texas Instruments announced plans to expand its assembly/test operations in the Philippines with a new site that aims to be the most environmentally efficient assembly/test site in the world.
2013-05-21 Taiwan targets masses with smartphone innovations
National Taiwan University has developed several innovations for tablets and smartphones designed to win the hearts of mass-market users.
2002-11-06 SST strikes flash deal with Hua Hong NEC
Silicon Storage Technology Inc. has inked its second foundry supplier deal in China, saying that it would use Shanghai Hua Hong NEC Electronics Co. Ltd to manufacture chips with embedded Flash memory.
2005-02-04 SST preps for serial flash demand expansion in 2005
Fabless flash memory developer Silicon Storage Technology Inc. is planning to increase its ability to produce serial flash devices through contracts with foundry suppliers Grace Semiconductor, Seiko Epson and TSMC, SST said Tuesday (Feb. 1).
2005-04-14 SST pays $20 million for flash memory group Actrans
Flash memory specialist Silicon Storage Technology (SST) Inc. is buying, for about $20 million in stock and cash, substantially all of privately-held Actrans Systems, the Taiwanese startup focusing on flash memory and EEPROMs.
2004-10-21 SST expands in embedded flash with G-Plus acquisition
Silicon Storage Technology Inc. (SST) has signed a definitive agreement to acquire substantially all of the assets of G-Plus Inc., a fabless semiconductor manufacturer specializing in the design of RF chips for wireless multimedia and broadband networking system applications.
2016-02-29 Robotics space gains from robust manufacturing spending
IDC predicted that global spending on robotics and related services will grow at a CAGR of 17 per cent from more than $71 billion in 2015 to $135.4 billion in 2019.
2005-07-08 Quarter-brick IBCs extend to 450W
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have developed a chip-cooling process that they hope will replace the bulky, bolt-on metal towers used with microprocessors like the G5.
2009-12-16 Paper battery trumps Li-ion performance
Researchers have developed a paper battery based on carbon nanotubes and silver nanowires could store an electric charge in a mobile device.
2007-08-03 Organic solar cells to beat silicon-based alternatives
A new composite material for plastic solar cells formulated by Ohio State University researchers promise to beat today's inorganic silicon-based solar cells.
2011-02-16 Nokia-Microsoft pact casts doubt on Finn's leadership
Nokia will make Windows Phone its primary smartphone OS and use Microsoft's smartphone developer tools. It will however struggle to differentiate its products from those of other Microsoft handset OEMs.
2011-02-16 Nokia smartphone adopts Microsoft OS
Nokia announced plans to adopt Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 as its primary smartphone platform.
2014-04-03 Nokia pushes smartphones towards wider market
The latest Lumia smartphones release comprises Nokia's move for a broader market push, dedicating two models630 and 635for the lower tier market and the 950 for the higher segment.
2010-01-05 Navteq, Microsoft team up on 3D map data
Navteq and Microsoft are cooperating on technological advancements on the collection, creation and storage of 3D map data and visuals.
2012-01-19 Microsoft's final keynote talks next-gen computing, smartphones
The company is set to emerge fully from behind the WinTel duopoly and compete toe to toe in the smartphone, entertainment and mobile computing arenas.
2010-07-27 Microsoft free to design ARM chips
Microsoft and ARM have expanded their 13-year relationship to give the software giant access to the processor maker's architecture, allowing Microsoft to design its own ARM chips.
2010-05-26 Microchip offloads non-core SST assets to Greenliant
Microchip Technology Inc. has completed the sale of certain non-core assets from its Silicon Storage Technology (SST) subsidiary to Greenliant Systems Ltd.
2010-07-13 Microchip grants PCT limited NOR flash license
Microchip Technology Inc. has granted an exclusive limited license to sell serial NOR flash products from its Silicon Storage Technology subsidiary to Taiwan's Professional Computer Technology Ltd (PCT).
2010-06-10 iPhone 4 equipped with MEMS gyroscope
Confirming earlier speculation, Apple Inc. has unveiled the iPhone 4 smart phone sporting a MEMS gyroscope.
2004-01-15 Industries Int. obtains support from China Ministry of Science
Industries Int. Inc. has revealed that its large-scaled Lithium Battery Testing System has obtained an initial government subsidy of $100,000 from China's Ministry of Science.
2014-06-26 Google I/O 2014: Facing tough competition
Amazon, Apple, and Samsung updated their respective developer communities with product and platform plansall aimed at shooing Google from their products.
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