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What is Bluetooth technology?
A technology for wireless personal area networks, which provides a way to connect and exchange information between devices such as cell phones, laptops, PCs and digital cameras via a short range radio frequency.
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2007-12-20 802.11n chips rolls for carrier market
Atheros unveiled the latest additions to its XSPAN family that deliver IEEE 802.11n performance for triple-play home gateway products and offer attractive points for the market that is dominated by telecom carriers.
2014-09-29 5G cellular spawns air interfaces, MIMO antennas
Focused on integration of multiple spectrums and technologies, the awaited 5G cellular will drive developments of new air interfaces, MIMO antennas and Gbit-class LTE.
2014-03-10 55nm chip integrates GPS for wearables, IoT
The GPS chip from RDA electronics includes a flexible hardware interface and programmability that can support sensor hub-type computation.
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.
2007-08-23 4G smart phones ship for Korea's WiBro
Marvell and LG Electronics have shipped the LG-KC1 smart phone, powered by Marvell PXA 320 application processor, for Korea Telecom's high speed WiBro 4G network.
2009-02-23 45nm smart phone ICs join OMAP family
To answer handset manufacturers' diverse requirements in the rapidly-evolving smart phone and Mobile Internet Device (MID) markets, Texas Instruments has extended its OMAP 3 family with 45nm products.
2010-02-12 3G solution enables high-speed, low-cost smart phones
Broadcom's single-chip HSPA baseband processor and a RF transceiver solution integrates all key 3G mobile technologies for powering the 3G smart phone and smart feature phone product segments.
2007-09-17 3G power amps to use revised CMOS
Acco Semiconductor believes it has found a way to create low-cost CMOS power amplifiers for 3G cellphones that can operate with the power efficiency and robustness of GaAs Pas.
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.
2002-05-14 3e Technologies ships 802.11b wireless gateway
3e Technologies International Inc. has announced the release of its 3e-500 family of 802.11b wireless gateways for use in SOHO environments, factories, enterprise facilities, and military/ industrial applications.
2014-04-16 3D smartphone thrusts Amazon into Samsung's playing field
As part of its broader push into hardware, Amazon is releasing a smartphone with four front-facing sensors that has people debating how it will pit the ecommerce giant against established smartphone players in what appears to be a saturated and well-served market.
2013-10-04 3D printing breaking through concept, prototyping mould
Maker Faire hosted several 3D printing innovations geared towards a wide range of applications that essentially brings the technology outside the realm of concept modelling and prototyping.
2010-06-17 32bit MCU packs touch controller peripherals
Atmel Corp. has released the 32bit AVR UC3L microcontroller with picoPower technology and embedded capacitive touch controller peripherals.
2006-04-04 32bit AVR processor targets multimedia systems for cellphones
Atmel's new family of 32bit processors has been designed to integrate on a single chip virtually all the functionality required for multimedia systems that are deployed in cellphones and digital cameras.
2014-11-05 28nm quad-core processor targets Android tablets, STBs
The ATM7059 from Actions Semiconductor, which is a 1.6GHz ARM Cortex A-9-based CPU with a PowerVR SGX Series5XT GPU, claims to provide primary processing, connectivity and enhanced battery life.
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.
2012-12-18 2.4GHz WirelessUSB-NL sol'n targets wireless mice
Cypress' WirelessUSB-NL radio-on-a-chip boasting optimized hardware and protocol powers Iton Technology's turnkey module for wireless mice.
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.
2015-06-18 14 award-winning sensor technologies
The 2015 Sensors Expo has announced the winners of the annual "Best of Sensors Expo awards." A total of 14 awards were given in two categories: Application and Innovation.
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.
2009-01-09 'Smallest' surface mount crystal eyes wireless apps
Nihon Dempa Kogyo Co. Ltd (NDK) has announced the availability of what it claims is the world's smallest high reliability surface mount crystal.
2006-12-27 'Smallest' 1.8V UARTs run at 5Mbps
Touted to be the industry's smallest, NXP's standalone 1.8V UART family runs at 5Mbps and features a 128byte FIFO.
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.
2006-12-20 'Card' server streams content to devices
Agere Systems' screenless, credit card-size mobile content server lets consumers access, back up and share digital content among multiple devices in a peer-to-peer mode over the Internet.
2007-03-16 'All fuss but no elan,' analyst says of .11n
Analysts don't see a big take-off for .11n, insisting that the 100Mbps link will not prove very useful for some time, either in public hotspots or home networks.
2008-03-27 $10 solution enables wireless health monitoring
Researchers at Cambridge Consultants have developed a $10 single-chip solution that allows medical devices to transmit data wirelessly.
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