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2008-01-14 DisplayPort ready to ramp, may target DTVs
Designed by PC makers as a replacement for the aging DVI, VGA and LVDS interconnects in desktops, notebooks and LCD monitors, DisplayPort ultimately may see use as link in DTV as well.
2002-05-31 Display makers unsure of OLEDs' near-term prospects
Display manufacturers in Taiwan and South Korea are taking a measured view of the near-term prospects of OLEDs, which generated heady excitement at the Society for Information Display 2002 conference.
2005-09-05 Disk storage systems grow nearly 10 percent
The worldwide disk storage systems market continue its robust growth in the second quarter, chalking up year over year gains of 9.9 percent to reach the $5.6 billion mark, according to survey figures released Friday by IDC.
2004-02-24 Crypto chip choices confound PC makers
As PC makers gear up to build desktops with hardware security, they face tough choices about how to implement a small but significant cryptography chip crucial to their architecture.
2003-01-16 Chipmaker Marvell delves into switch design
Chipmaker Marvell, wanting to be ready when GbE dominates the market, has decided to design the switching gear needed to make GbE a standard desktop feature within a year.
2002-10-28 As arrival of combo WLAN chips near, 802.11b spike is expected
Some chip and systems makers are reporting an uptick in the growth rate of 802.11b WLAN capability in notebook computers, just as a transition to next-generation WLAN products nears.
2009-12-14 Wireless Gigabit 60GHz spec delivers 1-7Gbit/s
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance previewed its specification for 60GHz links capable of sending data at rates of 1-7Gbit/s.
2008-11-05 WiQuest closes shop due to UWB's low demand
WiQuest has officially closed its doors, the first of several casualties to fall among UWB chip designers.
2012-10-23 Windows 8 ushers in end of PCs, says PC exec
Veteran PC Executive Joshua Shapiro claims that Microsoft will lessen its traditional desktops and their compiled x86 apps in favour of iPad like tablets and their interpreted apps.
2009-05-08 Wi-Fi backers draft 60GHz spec for wireless video
Five top Wi-Fi chipmakers have created the Wireless Gigabit Alliance that aims to release a specification for 60GHz networking at rates up to 6Gbit/s.
2007-04-17 VIA bags key CPU deal with HP China PC project
HP is partnering with Taiwan's Via Technologies to deliver a low-power desktop PC for China's enterprise users.
2008-08-19 USB 3.0 controller spec revealed
Intel Corp. has released a nearly complete specification for a USB 3.0 controller chip.
2013-07-22 Ultrathin PCs, tablets drive demand for slender HDDs
Thin hard disc drives 5mm and 7mm thick are expected to enjoy fast sales growth in coming years, as mobile computers drive up demand by a factor of more than 25 from 2012 to 2017, predicted IHS.
2012-10-03 Ultrabook sales fall short of expectations
Amid high pricing and a lack of effective marketing, IHS cut ultrabook shipments from 22 million units early this year to just 10.3 million for 2012.
2007-03-01 UDI demise sparks HDMI-DisplayPort battle
With the Unified Display Interface's demise, a new battle to crown a convergence digital display interconnect will play out over the next few years.
2007-06-22 Ubuntu, Red Hat reject Microsoft licensing deal
Red Hat and Ubuntu have refused to discuss with Microsoft a technology licensing deal similar to those the software maker has signed with other open source organizations.
2006-10-03 Two more PC makers recall Sony-made battery packs
IBM and Lenovo are recalling over half a million battery packs for its ThinkPad notebook computers equipped with rechargeable Li-ion batteries manufactured by Sony.
2007-08-14 Toshiba recalls more fire-hazard Sony batteries
Due to the continued reports of overheating batteries, Toshiba has issued another round of recalls for Sony notebook batteries that are said to be fire hazard.
2008-03-26 Toshiba readies 128GByte notebook SSD
Toshiba last week said it plans to ship before April a 128Gbyte SSD that will appear first in Toshiba notebooks sold in Japan.
2015-12-14 Top 5 semiconductor M&As of 2015
EE Times Asia reviewed the M&A deals that were either announced or completed this year, and came up with the top five synergies in terms of dollar value.
2008-01-07 Top 10 stories to keep track this year
ChannelWeb assembled a panel of industry experts comprising vendors, analysts and solution providers to discuss what they think will be the most important chip stories to watch in 2008.
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset.
2004-08-18 TI chip simplifies power issues in next-gen PCs
The new PCMCIA and PC card power switch IC from TI supports all power management requirements for the new ExpressCard standard.
2005-11-30 The myth of the "ideal bus"
Many companies promote a single technology as the ideal bus that meets all application needs, but in actuality, each bus technology has its own strengths and weaknesses and thus is appropriate for different applications.
2008-12-15 The inspiration behind netbooks
Suddenly, Netbooks are all the rage. Turns out the UMPC (ultramobile) form factors were a bit too small and too expensive to make a mass market, but the Netbook is JUST RIGHT.
2008-11-04 The Energy Impact of Grid Computing
Typically, distributed computing is done with super computers designed with multiple processor cores such as those built by IBM and other vendors. Now, imagine millions of computers tied together into one massive supercomputer.
2011-10-26 Thai floods cause chain reaction in market supply
Thailand's floods have forced some HDD manufacturers to temporarily cease their operations. This is seen to affect not only the HDD market supply but the PC market as well.
2007-03-27 Tech group submits modeling spec to W3C
A group of companies have submitted a specificationthe Service Modeling Languageto the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) for review as an industry-wide standard.
2008-09-01 Taiwan takes more of notebook market
Taiwan's share of the growing notebook market is expected to continue to increase slowly, according to a report from DisplaySearch. But systems makers must confront such challenges as the transition to LED backlights and the need to expand overseas markets.
2011-07-25 Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
EE Times' Rick Merritt shares photographs from his trip to Taipe and Hsinchu, where he visited ODMs, the companies who design and make the vast majority of the world's notebooks, desktops and servers.
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