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2009-03-09 ARM-based netbooks face software roadblock
Qualcomm and other vendors using ARM-based processors to try to muscle their way into the Atom-dominated netbook market also face consumer demand for the familiar user experience offered by Windows XP.
2009-10-01 ARM threatens Intel's reign on sub-notebooks
ARM processors will overtake Intel's Atom by 2012, taking 55 percent of sub-notebook market share.
2009-04-15 ARM netbooks hit video, software snags
Engineers working on new generation of ARM/Linux-based netbooks are facing two issues crucial to the success of the systemsthe platform's poor support for Web video and its fragmented software base.
2016-02-01 Apple's revenue declines as modularity, digitalisation rise
Apple's first forecasted dip in revenue in the last 13 years is attributed to the emergence of new industry standards, and it's not only affecting the mobile space but also other sectors.
2014-06-03 Apple to make home appliances talk to iPhone
The IoT scheme leverages a wireless chip and an MCU, as well as the MFi program, which comprises of third-party hardware accessories running Apple's licensed technology to connect electronically to iPhone, iPad or iPod.
2014-03-06 Apple to integrate smartphone apps in cars
Apple debuted CarPlay, a tool that brings the iPhone user interface to the automobile dashboard, allowing drivers to easily control iPhone apps from the car's native interface.
2007-09-12 Apple may bid for 700MHz to speed up iPhone
Apple has studied the possibility of bidding in the U.S. FCC's upcoming 700MHz auction in a move that could enable the iPhone to download videos and music at faster speeds.
2014-02-13 Apple capitalises on Bluetooth for micro-location
iPhones may be lacking the NFC feature but they have their own way of adopting the Internet of things: the iBeacon.
2011-09-15 Android x86-enabled phones to roll by 2012
Intel's CEO stated that android phones will ship next year using the company's x86 chips.
2012-09-14 Android smartphone shipments to reach 1B in 2013
IHS revealed that worldwide annual unit shipments of Android phones will rise to 451 million in 2013, up from 357 million this year.
2012-08-29 Android may face darker days ahead in wake of Apple's win
With an arsenal of court backed arguments, Apple now holds a legal edge over its Android based competition.
2013-01-30 AndEBench benchmark tool updated, publishes results
Data gathered by the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium's Android benchmark tool showed that the Asus PadFone 2 tops the list for native processor performance, followed by LG and Samsung.
2010-01-19 Analysts hail Apple, Qualcomm CES winners
Analysts were left upbeat and singled out Apple and Qualcomm as two of the big winners from the CES, although they cited overcrowded markets and carrier bandwidth as two limiting factors to watch.
2012-02-16 Analyst: Android to dominate Africa, China, India
In-Stat said low-cost Android smartphones will take 80 percent of the market outside the U.S. and Europe by 2015.
2008-06-27 Analysis: What you need to know about Nokia-Symbian deal
Interviews with Nokia and Symbian executives reveal more than a few bumps waiting in the "open" road to the Symbian Foundation. Here are seven things you need to know in order to understand what's behind the Nokia/Symbian deal and what it means for the industry.
2009-06-17 Analysis: SiRF's ticket to survival
SiRF Technology Holdings Inc. is not in a good place. The GPS chip supplier faces a declining market for PNDs; increasingly tougher competition for design-wins in mobile handsets; and on-going legal entanglements with Global Locate.
2005-09-01 Analysis: Microsoft moves deeper into VoIP
Its acquisition of VoIP start-up Teleo moves Microsoft deeper into the burgeoning world of Internet communications as the software company said it will combine Teleo's technology with its existing MSN investments in VoIP.
2011-09-08 Analogix ignites MYDP vs. MHL battle
Analogix is hoping to tip the uncertain balance of what the best mobility interface is and has joined STMicroelectronics' efforts to push Mobility DisplayPort.
2010-01-13 An EDA company's take on 2010 growth sectors
P.V. Srinivas at Mentor Graphics takes you for a spin of crystal ball gazing, predicting growth sectors for 2010 and processes that will feed enabling technologies into electronics products.
2015-02-10 Alibaba, Meizu team up against Android
This is e-commerce giant Alibaba's first direct investment in a smartphone vendor. Its motive is believed to be similar to Amazon's entry in the smartphone market last summer with its Firephone.
2011-04-05 ABI: 45% of smartphones to run on Android by 2016
ABI estimates that 45 percent of smartphones will run on Android by 2016, saying it can very well fill the vacuum being left by Symbian within the next two years.
2008-03-25 700MHz plum goes to Verizon, AT&T
Verizon Wireless and AT&T won most of the spectrum in the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's 700MHz auction, according to FCC Chairman Kevin Martin.
2007-12-21 700MHz auction draws 266 bidders
Prospective bidders in the U.S. Federal Communications Commission's upcoming 700MHz spectrum auction are jockeying for position in the Jan. 24 bidding contest as 266 applicants have filed to participate.
2014-02-25 64bit mobile chips catch on at MWC
Chip manufacturers have announced 64bit plans, but the question about smartphones being ready for the 64bit code remains.
2015-01-05 5 areas where smartphones need improvement
Smartphones have shown many technological advances over the years. This time, Eric Zeman weighs in on five different areas where smartphones must improve on.
2011-01-24 3D gesture recognition sheds "child's play" image
From its simple beginnings as a gaming interface for Nintendo's Wii, 3D gesture recognition will soon figure prominently in smartphones and the TV remote. Proponents predict that the hardware for gesture recognition will become as ubiquitous in smartphones as the camera module.
2014-07-18 18,000 Microsoft employees lose jobs
Microsoft expects to incur pre-tax charges of $1.1 billion to $1.6 billion, including $800 million for severance and related benefit costs, and up to $800 million of asset-related charges.
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.
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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