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2007-08-27 Configurable processor drives video surveillance systems
Stretch Inc. has wrapped reference designs and software around its S6000 configurable processor to build low cost networked surveillance cameras and video recorders.
2014-07-24 Cellular exit drives Broadcom to cut 2,500 jobs
Broadcom will take a $417 million charge, about $150 million of it this quarter, for the restructuring which will include closing or consolidating 18 offices.
2007-11-19 65nm switch drives GbE deployment in CE devices
Broadcom has announced a 65nm 5-port GbE switch in a single-chip design, which promises to drive the deployment of GbE connectivity to consumer electronic devices and home networking equipment.
2007-08-10 Winbond intros quad-SPI serial flash memory
Winbond Electronics Corp. claims to develop the industry's first serial flash memory with quad-SPI.
2009-01-13 Will Blu-ray finally fly in 2009?
The Blu-ray drives have won a historic battle but the proponents of the technology are finding some of the fruits of that victory a little less than sweet
2006-12-18 Universal players avert DVD format duel
Machines capable of playing both Blu-ray Disc (BD) and HD DVD discs will emerge next year to short-circuit the format war in next-generation DVD
2005-01-11 Toshiba drive fuels DVD format wars
Toshiba Corp. announced it will sell a standalone HD-DVD drive for $1,000 in the fourth quarter of the year
2006-05-24 Nvidia graphics tech powers first Blu-ray PC
Nvidia announced that the Sony VAIO PCs are powered by Nvidia GeForce GPUs which include the company's PureVideo HD technology
2007-01-01 Nintendo woos casual gamers with intuitive Wii
A teardown of Wii shows a comparatively simple design with far fewer major components than its competittion's.
2006-12-19 Nintendo Wii woos casual gamers
Nintendo has built the Wii to be a more intuitive videogame console designed to attract new and casual gamers.
2007-07-19 Laser diode driver supports combo DVD formats
Atmel Corp. launches what it claims as the industry's smallest laser diode driver solution, ATR0881, designed for use in combined HD DVD/Blu-ray, DVD and CD drives, claimed to be the.
2005-12-27 Hitachi seeks to boost flat TV business
Hitachi Ltd has announced a bullish flat TV strategy that aims to grab 30 percent of the global HD PDP TV market by 2007
2006-02-16 Getting the boxes to interplay
Beneath the flashy veneer of electronics lies a tangled mass of interoperability problems and related concerns.
2006-02-01 Fate of high-def DVD may lie with Microsoft
After months of intense wrangling between the competing Blu-ray and HD-DVD groups, the battle lines in the war over a next-generation high-definition DVD format have moved to the doorstep of Microsoft Corp
2005-01-13 Broadcom unveils DVD player/recorder reference design
Broadcom announced a high definition DVD player/recorder reference design targeted at the HD consumer DVD equipment market
2012-11-08 Basic iPad mini carries $188 BOM, says IHS report
The latest IHS iSuppli teardown analysis found that the base model of the iPad mini carries a bill of materials of $188.00.
2008-08-18 Piezoelectrics to relish billion-dollar future
The global piezoelectric crystal market hit $4.8 billion last year and will climb to $6.91 billion by 2012, for an annual average growth rate of 7.5 percent, predicts Innovative Research and Products Inc.
2006-05-30 Hitachi unveils 'super-pendicular drive'
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies announced that it has started shipping what it touts as the most reliable and technically-advanced 2.5-inch hard drive in the industry.
2007-01-10 Video format converter enhances viewing experience
Marvell's new digital video format converter is targeted for Blu-ray Disc and HD-DVD players and recorders, IP and HD STBs, PMP DTV docks, flat-panel HDTVs, and media clients
2006-01-24 Toshiba Samsung preps Blu-Ray for PCs
Toshiba Samsung Storage Technology Corp. has completed the technical development of its Blu-Ray disc drives for PCs, the company said
2008-05-13 Toshiba loses luster
Toshiba's digital products, including disk drives, cellphones and TVs, are low margin or in the red. Even its nuclear power business is failing to fuel anticipated growth
2008-03-18 No talks for Blu-ray in Xbox, says Microsoft exec
Microsoft is not in talks to add Blu-ray HD technology in the Xbox 360 game console, an executive with the software maker told a British news agency last week
2008-03-13 Microsoft develops Windows with Blu-ray support
Microsoft is developing software that will add native support for devices that play Sony's Blu-ray HD movie format to the Windows OS, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said
2006-10-13 Chipset to bridge 'incompatible' optical drive formats
NEC Electronics announced a chipset for optical drives that would bridge the incompatible Blu-ray Disc and HD DVD formats.
2004-01-07 Micro drive holds 2GB
Hoping to piggyback the market momentum toward portable consumer electronics storage devices, Cornice has unveiled a 1-inch hard drive (HD) capable of storing 2GB of data
2011-12-20 1.9mm pitch LED display targets indoor apps
The LED display panel technology from SiliconCore Technology drives up to 128 RGB LED pixels
2008-06-30 Will wireless STBs take off?
Wireless is set to invade cable TV STB. But which wireless and when is still not clear.
2008-09-19 Video amps enhance images, capacity of HDTVs
Analog Devices has launched three high-performance video amplifiers that bring higher levels of picture quality and power efficiency to HDTV and video equipment.
2009-06-05 Vendors fuel netbook hype at Computex
A handful of semiconductor companies announced new chips and software for netbooks and other mobile systems at the opening day of Computex.
2009-09-22 VDSL/ADSL chips deliver high-def IPTV
Infineon Technologies has unveiled its latest single-chip VDSL/ADSL solutions for next generation telecom networks.
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