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2014-11-27 Lollipop 5.0: Encryption causes bitter performance drops
Google ups the security features in its latest release of the Android OS, but the improvement proves to be the hard candy that causes as much as 62.9 per cent drop in random read performance, and 50.5 per cent in random write performance.
2015-01-15 Lion gets lesson from crouching tiger, slackening dragon
Learning from the experiences of the Celtic Tiger and the Chinese Dragon, the Make in India Lion should focus on boosting domestic demand by implementing free market policies.
2014-12-08 Lensless smart sensor takes on IoT, industrial apps
IP licensing company Rambus Inc. is developing a lensless form image sensor that replaces the lens with a diffraction grating and computation, providing a low-cost and non-bulky form of imaging.
2014-05-05 Jurors award Apple a fraction of damages sought
Apple failed to hurt Samsung as jurors awarded it only a fraction of the patent infringement damages pursued, analysts pointed out.
2008-12-17 It takes a village to sell an electric car
Auto industry executives say they will couple their first mass-market electric cars with a big dose of community outreach, with the hope of making the new generation of vehicles more desirable and convenient to consumers.
2014-07-07 Is SMIC-Qualcomm 28nm deal one-sided?
The deal is clearly a win for SMIC whose 28nm process will be accelerated, and while the same will be used to fabricate Snapdragon processors, Qualcomm may only be cooperating under the Chinese government's suggestions.
2011-03-28 Is it goodbye for Itanium?
Oracle has opted to discontinue all software development for Intel's Itanium, prompting many to wonder if the microprocessor's days are numbered. Intel has however reiterated its commitment to Itanium.
2008-06-03 Is Freescale eyeing Infineon's wireless biz?
More speculations on Infineon Technologies' fate arise with Freescale rumored to buy the troubled company's communications business while much of the rest may be pushed towards NXP BV.
2014-10-22 Is China trying to phish iCloud users' passwords?
The great firewall of China is preventing users from connecting to iCloud services, fuelling suspicions that the government is stealing user credentials and other personal information.
2008-11-18 Is analog processing dead?
So, is analog processing dead? Analog is more important now in the 21st century that it was 20 years ago!
2016-04-04 iPhone SE teardown reveals perfect mix of old and new parts
The latest components of the smartphone include a power applier module from Skyworks Solutions, a power management IC from TI, and NAND flash from Toshiba.
2007-05-21 iPhone gets green light from FCC
The path is clear for the debut of iPhone next month after receiving a passing grade from the U.S. FCC.
2015-02-17 IP battle heats up between Apple, Ericsson
The two companies has been unable to settle their dispute over the size of royalties Apple should be paying for Ericsson-owned intellectual property rights (IPR) related to LTE standards.
2015-05-29 IoT opens up analogue opportunities
The Internet of Things could be a harbinger of a new golden age of analogue. These applications will definitely drive IC sales related to RF, power/energy harvesting, and signal conditioning.
2010-09-20 Intel: Future devices will be able to "read" minds
Intel says context-aware devices the future of computing
2011-09-30 Intel waves goodbye to MeeGo
Intel Corp. is dropping its MeeGo mobile operating system to support the Tizen project, an initiative announced by Linux-oriented non-profits.
2015-03-17 Intel warns decline in PC market revenue
In a revenue forecast issued last week, Intel announced a change in outlook due to a weak demand for business desktop PCs and low inventory levels across the supply chain. Fitch Ratings and IDC agree.
2009-01-13 Intel to bring out chip for lower-cost thin laptops
Intel will bring out a new Core-architecture processor for lower-cost ultra-thin laptops later this year, according to sources.
2007-07-27 Intel ships Xeon quad-core server chips
Intel said it has started shipping to OEMs its fastest quad-core Xeon server platform, formerly codenamed Caneland.
2007-08-17 Intel publishes papers on future programmable multicores
Intel is releasing eight technical papers describing key findings from the company's work on future programmable multicore architectures.
2010-05-28 Intel moves further away from discrete GPUs
Intel has all but abandoned plans to release a high-performance stand-alone graphics processor, but will continue to develop multicore Larrabee architecture for the HPC market.
2012-06-08 Intel finFETs show variability, need SOI for scaling
GSS has concluded that Intel may need to turn to SOI wafers to scale its FinFETs below 22nm, which may have implications for foundries that are yet to introduce FinFET technology into their chip manufacturing processes.
2008-02-14 Intel chip switches between Wi-Fi, WiMAX
Intel has demonstrated technology that could make it possible someday for a mobile Internet device to switch between a Wi-Fi and a WiMAX network without any disruption in service.
2007-07-30 Intel bares silicon photonics breakthrough
Intel said it has achieved a breakthrough in silicon photonics, in which data-carrying light is able to transmit terabits of data per second on a single chip.
2014-03-27 Intel advances wearable focus with Basis purchase
Basis Science created the health tracker band, Basis, which captures physiological metrics such as heart rate to help people get fit, sleep better and stress less.
2014-08-05 Industry analyst sceptical on IBM EUV results
IBM announced this week that the ASML NXE3300B scanner installed at its facility in Albany, N.Y., produced 637 wafers in 24 hours at a steady rate of 34 wafers/hour with a light source delivering 44W.
2014-04-08 Inductive Sensing Challenge steps up LDC1000 innovation
element14's global design competition is targeted to accelerate TI's magnet-free sensing technology in different applications including automobiles, computers, and medical devices.
2013-01-14 Implementing asynchronous logic in COTS FPGAs
To pave the way for the widespread adoption of asynchronous logic design, Javier D. Garcia-Lasheras has started an open source project.
2015-04-02 Impact of semiconductor industry on macroeconomic cycles
A business model for the semiconductor industry is imperative that takes into consideration the macroeconomic cycles, and also to avoid a huge unemployment during economic downturns.
2014-07-17 Imagination develops small, Android-compatible graphics core
Imagination's GPU performs at up to 1GFlops and up to 250MPx/s of peak performance at 250MHz. Additionally, the chip can handle up to 720-progressive video resolution.
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