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2007-10-03 Sony to roll out OLED TV in time for Christmas
Sony announced it will debut the XEL-1, claimed to be the world's first OLED TV, on December 1.
2013-12-09 My Christmas wish: Better Christmas tree lights
Christmas tree lights have such a large room to fill in terms of improvement, which includes electrical performance, ease of assembly, ease of disassembly, reliability and compatibility.
2008-06-03 Femtocells will be in time for Christmas, says group
Femtocells will be in the shops by the Christmas season, according to a small but growing number of global operators at the Femtocells Europe Conference Series 2008.
2014-12-24 What is the real impact of online shopping to the env't?
Environmental impact assessments are one way the IT and ICT industries try to predict the environmental impact of products and services, but researchers at KTH say these assessments need to go further.
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.
2007-01-08 Holiday tech sales growth slowed
Consumer technology retail sales the week of Christmas achieved a record of nearly $2.5 billion, but overall technology holiday spending grew more slowly than years past.
2004-07-21 Zoran targets multimedia, HDTV
Levy Gerzberg was a few blocks away at Stanford University when Jim Clark took his Geometry Engine technology and founded Silicon Graphics Inc.
2006-12-12 Winbond posts $110M revenues for November
Winbond Electronics Corp. announced that revenue for November 2006 was $110 million, an increase of 6.5 percent from last month's $103.7 million.
2012-11-15 Wii-U expected to sell like hotcakes
IHS iSuppli predicts that Nintendo's Wii U will experience a fast start. But in the long run, the console will struggle to match its predecessors numbers.
2011-11-24 Weak demand drags LCD price at record speed
A report revealed that LCD panel prices plummeted for the year, contracting by about five percent.
2009-11-18 VLSI: IC inventory levels stay down
Despite higher inventory reports by some chipmakers, semiconductor inventory levels remain low by historical standards, according to VLSI Research Inc.
2006-12-15 Vague outlook from Taiwan handset PCB makers
Taiwan's Compeq Manufacturing Co. Ltd, Unitech Printed Circuit Board Corp. and Unimicron Technology Corp. have not yet made definite forecasts for the first quarter of 2007, as demand trends turn unpredictable as of late.
2002-09-17 UMC denies reports of 300mm wafer capacity cuts
United Microelectronics Corp. is denying a news report that it will slice in half its 300mm wafer capacity to 5,000 wafers per month by the end of the year.
2008-01-22 U.S. Senate to tackle patent reform bill
Following the U.S. House of Representatives' passing of the patent reform bill, the U.S. Senate will take its turn next month on the controversial bill that aims to raise the quality of patents and reduce patent litigation and abuse.
2006-12-28 TSMC, UMC report no damage from quakes
The world's two largest semiconductor foundriesTaiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) and United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC)reported no damage from a pair of major earthquakes that struck southern Taiwan Dec. 26.
2002-09-16 Trident takes tiled path back to desktop graphics
Trident offers new high-end video card using tiled graphics architecture
2009-02-05 Top Japan electronics companies see red
Japan's electronics industry, a key driver for the country's economy ,is facing the biggest crisis since 2002and possibly its biggest shock ever.
2012-10-05 Tight supply ups NAND flash contract price
DRAMeXchange revealed that due to tightening supply and Q4 restocking demand for smartphones and tablets, 2HSep. mainstream NAND flash contract prices have increased by about 7.5-11 per cent.
2010-11-15 Teardown: Kinect Xbox 360 add on has PrimeSense, Marvell, TI, ST parts
a teardown analysis performed by UBM TechInsights of Microsoft Corp.'s Kinect motion-gaming add on for its Xbox 360 found chips made by PrimeSense, Marvell, TI and STMicroelectronics.
2003-06-03 Taiwan's Computex rescheduled to September
Computex is on the move again after being called off several weeks ago because of SARS.
2012-02-24 Tablet sales to spike, iPad stays supreme
This year, sales of tablets are seen to reach 9.4 million units, a 53.1 percent increase compared to 6.2 million units last year.
2006-08-16 T.J. Rodgers on politics and nano
EE Times caught up with Cypress Semiconductor founder and CEO T.J. Rodgers at the Embedded Systems Conference.
2008-11-17 Sun changes course, burning thousands
From the first sentence of the press release, you almost thought they were announcing good news. But then came "As part of this effort, Sun is announcing a global workforce reduction" and the picture became both darker and clearer.
2009-10-30 Study: Test shortcuts cause memory failures
The electronics industry's short cuts and limiting in-house memory procedures have caused an inordinate amount of failures for DRAMs, NAND and related devices in the consumer market.
2006-09-08 ST partners with Konka on LCD iDTVs
STMicroelectronics and Konka Group announced that Konka will go into mass production of its LCD integrated digital TVsets based on ST's world-class DTV100 platform this October.
2011-12-07 SSD orders failed to up NAND flash market
Weak demand and the Thailand flood pulled NAND flash contract price by 4-6 percent in 2H'Nov.
2012-09-20 SSD market revenue to hit $3B-mark
While prices of NAND flash and SSDs have undergone a quick decline during 1H12, the price drops have allowed the price to reach a sweet spot and helped stimulate consumer demand.
2007-03-02 Sony unveils $600 Blu-ray Disc player
At its Open House event this week, Sony Electronics unveiled its second Blu-ray Disc (BD) player, BDP-S300, which will hit stores by the middle of the year for about $600.
2011-12-12 Sony CTO details next-gen chip requirements
Sony's Masaaki Tsuruta detailed at the International Electron Devices Meeting the requirements needed for next-generation gaming chips.
2002-10-14 Snubbed at home, chip startups pursue options in Asia
With start-up semiconductor companies being bypassed in the United States, they are training their eyes in Asia.
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