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2008-09-17 Mobile TV leaves handset operators behind
A host of mobile TV chip companies demonstrated devices that are designed to turn popular consumer devices such as the Apple's iPod, Sony's PlayStation 3 and portable GPS navigation units into terrestrial digital TV receivers.
2008-11-12 Mobile TV gets broadcaster's approval
A large U.S. TV broadcaster has announced good results from recent trials in Chicago and Denver of mobile TV using a draft standard from the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC).
2006-01-25 Mobile digital TV alliance formed
A group of wireless and electronics companies have banded together to form an alliance to promote the growth and evolution of handheld DVB-H in North America.
2009-11-17 MediaFLO gets Japan MIC nod
Japan's Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has recognized MediaFLO technology as one of the two technologies for nationwide mobile multimedia broadcasting services in the country.
2008-12-08 Make way for software-based mobile TV
Armed with a reconfigurable multi-standard tuner IC, Mirics Semiconductor, a U.K.-based startup, claims that it still remains the only company offering a software-based TV and radio demodulator.
2005-06-16 LCDs using FPGAs to enter HDTV market
FPGAs give LCD designers the flexibility required to reconfigure image-processing algorithms while maintaining the same hardware platform for all products.
2005-05-16 Korean design firms go global
In the last few years, there has been tremendous growth in design activities in Korea as firms following top OEMs like Samsung and LG are also growing.
2006-10-02 Industry guru talks about digital entertainment
At STMicroelectronics' back-end IC factory in Shenzhen, Bob Krysiak, the company's corporate VP and general manager for the region, recalled the development of the first single-chip MPEG-2 decoder ICs and discussed his ideas on the development of digital entertainment equipment in China.
2006-11-01 Incompatibility slows mobile TV uptake
As mobile TV gears up in earnest, operators and handset vendors are finally coming to grips with a slew of problems that are impeding its uptakeincluding some of their own making.
2004-08-10 HP, Philips gain FCC nod on content protection
Hewlett-Packard and Philips announced that their video content protection system (VCPS), formerly called Vidi, has received approval from the United States Federal Communications Commission and will be offered to manufacturers through a license program.
2007-06-01 Hearing aids get makeover with wireless
The humble hearing aid is going stereo and getting linked to cellphones and MP3 players, moves that could turn this badge of old age into a gizmo with the cachet of a Bluetooth ear clip.
2009-04-07 HD consumer electronics set for triple growth
As high definition (HD) becomes the ubiquitous video standard worldwide, global shipments of HD STBs, camcorders, DVD players and video-game consoles are expected to triple from 2008 to 2012, according to iSuppli Corp.
2010-05-28 GoogleTV engineer: Market is ready for 3D, Web TV
GoogleTV engineer Vincent Dureau shared the genesis and outlook of the project and why it isn't a problem that GoogleTV does not have any cable-TV partners yet.
2006-05-01 Fragmentation slows IPTV adoption
While IPTV has been considered the real deal, its fragmented design requirements and geographically divided market have left technology suppliers wishing for more "purchase orders."
2006-08-16 For carriers, IPTV poses new challenges
The flexibility of IP delivery will make traditional RF broadcasting a thing of the past. But even as operators tackle the technical challenges that IPTV presents, they are entering a whole new world of content choices.
2008-04-15 Fast Ethernet controller boosts IP video streaming
Teridian Semiconductor has started to sample the 78Q8430 10/100 Fast Ethernet multimedia offload controller for video streaming and mixed media (data, voice and VoIP) applications.
2010-07-29 Dual-core sound processor targets Blu-ray audio
Virage Logic introduces the new ARC Sound AS221BD, a complete HD sound-to-silicon solution that includes Blu-ray software for low cost and low Power SoCs.
2012-02-23 DSP cores offer wide compatibility with comms standards
CEVA's XC4000 processors are based on a single, newly designed low-power DSP framework and also maintain backward compatibility with the company's previous communication processors.
2012-06-15 Demodulators claim highest DVB-T2 perfromance
When combined with Silicon Labs' silicon TV tuners, the Si2168/69 demodulators enable a complete video front-end solution from RF to baseband.
2006-03-21 Converter eliminates motion blur, judder
The FRC 94xyH high-definition frame rate converter IC from Micronas aims to eliminate motion blur and film judder in HDTVs.
2007-12-27 Consumer confusion hikes HDTV return rate
Behind the robust growth, glitzy new high-end displays and marketing frenzy lurks the dirty little secret of HDTV: An unsettling number of sets are returned to the retail outlets where they are purchased.
2002-04-03 Conexant set-top IC eyes interactive TV
To help the cable television industry compete more effectively against digital satellite TV, Conexant Systems Inc. has launched an STB chip that integrates a cable modem block with an interactive TV MPEG decoder.
2005-02-16 Comms, consumer electronics lead tech trends
Mainland manufacturers eye on developing new products and solutions targeting communications and consumer devices.
2010-05-24 Coming soon: Intel-powered Google TVs
Google officially launched its GoogleTV initiative, promising its designs for STBs and related software and services will reshape TV by integrating the Web and TV.
2008-11-26 Chips aim to resolve H.264/AVC issues
From digital TVs to portable electronics, the H.264/AVC next-generation video compression standard is becoming mainstream.
2008-03-25 Chip brings AVS-enabled IP STB to Asia
NXP says its latest low-cost STB chip solution, STB222, has been selected by ChangHong to deliver AVS-compliant IP STB platform to manufacturers and Pay TV operators in Asia.
2006-04-03 Chinese A/V codec rises
A Chinese A/V codec is on the verge of becoming a national standarda domestic rival to MPEG-4/H.264 and WMV-9 that backers say will save China-based manufacturers and consumers millions of dollars in fees and royalties in the next few years.
2014-03-07 ARM-led Linaro to push tablet, STB SoC convergence
Linaro, a not-for-profit organization, is speeding up the adoption of the ARM architecture in the digital home entertainment segment.
2010-09-14 ARM, Ittiam collaborate on Dolby decoder
ARM and Ittiam have just announced at IBC in Amsterdam, the implementation of the Dolby MS10 Multistream Decoder on ARM Cortex-A Series of processors, with optimization for NEON.
2010-02-11 Alliance pushes for 3G/4G interface spec
Nujira has formed the OpenET Alliance to develop and publish open specifications for envelope tracking interfaces for 3G and 4G platforms.
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