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2012-12-10 Yoshida: It's not too late to save Nokia
EE Times' own Junko Yoshida shares some perspective on what went wrong for Nokia and what steps the Finnish phone maker could take to return to prominence.
2002-05-16 Yamaha to establish AV/IT manufacturing company in Suzhou
Yamaha Corp. has received approval from the mainland China government to establish an AV/IT manufacturing company in Suzhou, China, called Yamaha Electronics Co. Ltd.
2003-09-09 Yamaha strengthens AV, IT domestic sales structure
Yamaha Corp. has announced that they will commence operations at Yamaha Electronics Marketing Corp. on October 1,2003.
2008-12-24 x86, ARM processors battle it out in UMD
The processor vendors supplying chips for UMDs are playing a pivotal role in how this market is shaping up. Since UMDs sit right between the PCs and handsets in terms of power, size and function, x86-based and ARM-based chips will compete in the UMD space and are already fighting it out, starting with marketing wars.
2003-11-01 WPA: How it works
This technical paper discusses how Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA) addresses most of the known vulnerabilities of wired equivalent privacy (WEP) that is primarily intended for wireless infrastructure networks.
2005-12-09 Worldwide enterprise IT spending to reach $1,768B in 2006
Gartner predicts that total worldwide enterprise IT spending, including hardware, software, telecommunications and IT services, will reach $1,768 billion in 2006, and is growing at a CAGR of 4.5 percent from 2004 through 2009.
2010-10-13 Will WHDI make it into mobile by 2012?
Wireless High-definition Interface will be in handsets by 2012, says Yoav Nissan-Cohen, chairman and CEO of Amimon, the company that developed the technology.
2014-10-31 Will Lenovo's new acquisition help it take on Xiaomi?
Lenovo and Google have entered into a definitive agreement under which Lenovo plans to acquire the Motorola Mobility smartphone business. With a strong PC business and a fast-growing smartphone business, this agreement will significantly strengthen Lenovo's position in the smartphone market.
2012-10-29 Will Apple stumble as it increases its iPad pace?
Apple has started to push the pace to keep ahead of the tablet competition, but will it be able to maintain its increased strides.
2008-10-23 Who would not think it's Intel?
It's got to be Intel, right?
2001-09-11 What is a thyristor surge protective device and how does it work?
This application note reviews the basics of an avalanche voltage-triggered thyristor designed for transient voltage protection, used largely for telecom signal lines.
2001-06-13 What is a silicon transient voltage suppressor? And how does it work?
This application note defines and explains the nature and operation of silicon transient voltage suppressors.
2005-06-16 What a great year it's shaping up to be
Life and the economy both have their ups and downs. Hang in there.
2004-01-01 Voice-over-broadband: Is China up for it?
The burgeoning telecom market in China looks certain to be one of the key countries driving the global DSL market in a few years' time.
2002-01-10 Virage enhances Embed-It memory design platform
Memory library vendor Virage Logic Corp. has enhanced its Embed-It memory design platform with new user-productivity and ease-of-use features.
2014-03-18 Vietnam, Microsoft ink agreement for tighter IT security
Microsoft has signed a cooperative deal with Vietnam to take advantage of the latest IT solutions in enhancing the country's IT capacity.
2010-07-28 User-driven IT penetrates enterprise, challenges security
The influence of end users on enterprise IT decisions is increasing as smart phones, netbooks and tablet PCs set afoot in the workplace. The phenomenon poses a challenge for enterprise security chiefs, whose roadmaps now factor in enabling a new era of choice computing. The influence of end users on enterprise IT decisions is increasing as smart phones, netbooks and tablet PCs set afoot in the workplace. The phenomenon poses a challenge for enterprise security chiefs, whose roadmaps now factor in enabling a new era of choice computing.
2010-07-28 US Library of Congress: It's legal to unlock iPhones
The US Librarian of Congress has ruled that consumers, educational institutions and others may develop software applications that allow them to unlock electronic equipment and bypass restrictions placed on such devices by manufacturers.
2007-05-22 TSMC makes IP but denies it is in IP business
TSMC is developing IP blocks and licensing them out, but it is not in the IP licensing business, according to Charles Byers, director of worldwide brand management and corporate marketing.
2015-04-23 Trickle-down tech: It's not just the Pi
.The Raspberry Pi may be the most visible example of trickle-down technology, but there are over 100 board vendors embracing semiconductor innovation and bringing it to the wider world of embedded boards for diverse, long-life, and ruggedised applications.
2009-03-18 Toward a greener IT landscape in Asia
Environmental protection is somewhat more complex than the old "3Rs" rule of "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle," and IT firms and Asian governments have major roles to play to provide a greener Asia.
2006-08-02 Tech leaders release new spec to simplify IT management
HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft and a number of other companies announced that they have published a draft of a new specification that defines a consistent way to express how computer networks, applications, servers and other IT resources are described.
2008-04-28 Tax exemption expiry worries Indian IT firms
The uncertainty about extending the 10-year tax holiday for IT companies have left Indian chip design houses in a quandary.
2004-10-14 Synopsys says it will shelve Monterey's tools
In confirming earlier reports of its acquisition of Monterey Design Systems, Synopsys Inc. said it will acquire most of Monterey's assets except customer contracts and will shelve all existing Monterey tools.
2005-08-16 Supply chain RFID: How it works and why it pays
Arm yourself with a good understanding of RFID technology to increase inventory visibility while streamlining operations
2008-12-15 Study: it's a touchscreen world for mobile phones
According to ABI Research, the most important single factor supporting the continued use of resistive screens is the huge opportunity in the Asian market and its need for screens that support handwriting recognition input with a stylus.
2005-04-01 Statistical tool shift: It's all in the timing
Startup Extreme DA's mission is 'variation-aware' IC analysis. Can four guys in borrowed office space make a big impact on chip design?
2006-11-29 ST, Ball-IT make MEMS-based wireless controller ball
STMicroelectronics and Ball-IT have announced a MEMS-based wireless motion-control device that can operate as a freehand personal computer mouse, compass, measuring tape, pedometer and a 3D-object controller.
2007-01-09 South Korean IT exports hit $113.4B in '06
Led by brisk shipments of semiconductors, mobile phones and display panels, South Korea saw double-digit annual IT export growth in 2006, the government reported Jan. 5.
2002-05-08 South Korea, India to establish IT venture
The Ministry of Information and Communication in South Korea and the Indian government have agreed to establish an IT venture worth $20 million in a bid to expand India's CDMA wireless network.
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