Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > Java 2 Platform

Java 2 Platform Search results

?
?
total search98 articles
2009-05-04 RFID reader integrates PoE connectivity
Motorola Inc. has released a new series of business-class fixed RFID readers that provides maximum functionality in a sleek package making it suitable for retail stores, offices, and other customer-facing or business environments.
2013-02-27 Qualcomm showcases 150 Mbit/sec LTE ready Gobi modems
Qualcomm's Gobi MDM9625 and MDM9225 enable the LTE Release 10 feature of carrier aggregation to create 150 Mbit/s links without a contiguous 20MHz channel.
2004-11-08 Philips new solution eyes GSM/GPRS mobile handsets
Philips unveiled its highly integrated Nexperia Cellular System Solution for low- to mid-end GSM/GPRS mobile handsets.
2009-08-28 Parallel programming keeps up with multicore boom
Researchers have been at work for a little over a year with grants from Intel and Microsoft, forming ideas about the future of chips with dozens or hundreds of cores and coding prototype parallel software to harness them.
2005-02-14 Nucleus RTOS support TI's OMAP1710 for cellular apps developers
Accelerated Technology, a Mentor Graphics division, announced the availability of the Nucleus real-time operating system (RTOS) for Texas Instruments Inc.'s (TI's) OMAP1710 processor.
2012-02-28 NFC controller to enable contactless apps, mobile services
ST expands its Secure Elements portfolio with the ST21NFCA that the company said covers the full range of NFC use cases and requirements for handset manufacturers and mobile network operators.
2007-05-16 Multicore spurs RTOS, tool revisions
RTOS and tool providers are aggressively supporting multicore programming and debugging while improving model-driven design, virtual prototyping and C-language compilation.
2001-02-01 Mobile net demands optimized design
Manufacturers of mobile Internet systems will play a key role in delivering a new class of wireless services for entertainment, e-commerce and multimedia messaging.
2002-11-05 MIPS adds security to 32-bit processor
MIPS Technologies Inc. has unveiled a 32-bit processor core with enhanced security features.
2003-01-28 Linux goes mainstream
f the LinuxWorld conference is any indication, this year could propel the open-source OS across a spectrum of computing devices - from handheld PDAs to supercomputers.
1999-03-01 Leveraging PLDs for embedded system functionality
You can directly apply the techniques and tools used in Internet Reconfigurable Logic (IRL)-based enterprise development to embedded systems and thus enhance their capabilities.
2000-11-01 Layered strategy suits embedded systems
When the networked computer came along, followed swiftly by Internet appliances such as handheld devices and set-top boxes with Web access, ANT Ltd recognized an opportunity for its Fresco browser.
2008-02-01 It's a full house for digital TV links
Consumer electronics companies are asking the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to mandate that their products be given access to applications and services running on the headend systems of cable TV providers.
2008-11-17 Intel, AMD compete in 45nm leadership
AMD has officially launched Shanghai, its first 45nm processor server just days earlier than Intel's formal disclosure of its first 45nm server chips.
2003-11-17 Inside network programming with SML
Extending protocol abstraction to the application layer improves productivity by supporting a top-down design approach, which masks the details of protocol messages and packet formats from the programmer.
2011-12-27 Industry screw-ups of 2011
This year will be remembered for its share of missteps in the electronics world. EE Times has compiled a list of 10 blunders from 2011 that we believe will be remembered for years to come.
2008-03-26 Hybrid STB eyes DTV market in China
A hybrid STB to serve the digital home market segment in China has been jointly developed by Oki Electric Industry, Intel and Huashu Digital TV.
2008-08-01 Eclipse framework: on its way to prominence
Recent product launchings and new project initiatives indicate that the Eclipse framework is spilling over from its IT origins to become a dominant factor in the embedded space. The Eclipse Europa CDT Release 4.0 framework, along with GNU C/C++ compilers and debuggers, instruction-set simulators, and a target hardware probe, forms a complete development system.
2007-06-21 Despite Apple's promise, applications still iPhone's weakness
Even though Steve Jobs says Web-based apps 'look and behave exactly' like native apps, some Mac software developers don't buy it.
2008-05-01 Defining the memory's role in a secured environment
Today's mobile phones are used for a myriad of new applications that involve storing sensitive data and providing such secure services as mobile payments. With phones storing more critical information than ever before, it is increasingly important to keep them safe from rogue software.
2015-01-14 Debug software apps for Android-based designs
Here's a look at the process of debugging software applications on Android-based mobile and Internet of Things devices by using the Universal Serial Bus to access the Android Debug Bridge.
2008-02-28 Cortex-A8 at the core of new OMAP processors
TI has unveiled four new OMAP processors, based on the market's first broad offering of the ARM Cortex-A8 core.
2005-02-16 Comms, consumer electronics lead tech trends
Mainland manufacturers eye on developing new products and solutions targeting communications and consumer devices.
2008-01-31 Cisco AON system adds standalone engine
Cisco is expanding its Data Center 3.0 play with products that include a dedicated appliance for messaging called the Application Control Engine 4710.
2006-10-12 Cavium launches Octeon Plus multicore processor line
Cavium Networks has launched its 1GHz Octeon Plus family of multicore MIPS64 processors consisting of twelve different software-compatible parts with 4- to 16cnMIPS plus cores.
2002-05-09 Broadcom to use ARM cores for next-gen comms ICs
ARM has singed a licensing agreement with Broadcom Corp., where the latter has licensed the ARM7TDMI-S core and the ARM926EJ-S core for its next-generation communications ICs.
2006-11-13 Broadcom chip supports Blu-ray Disc, HD-DVD
Broadcom introduced last week what it touts as the first single-chip solution to support both Blu-ray Disc and HD-DVD standards.
2014-12-04 Basics of USB device dev't using Android framework
Learn about the various USB APIs that the Android framework exports in order to assist an application developer in managing the USB functionality of an Android device.
2016-02-24 Basics of software standards compliance (Part 4)
Building quality and security into software is done by adopting an enforceable coding standard. Read on to learn more.
2005-08-08 Automotive telematics: Open-source automotive-grade linux Is the future
The business and technology benefits of embedded Linux offers compelling incentives for designers of next generation telematics equipment.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top