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2006-07-14 Anadigics PAs deliver performance, reliability to ZTE handset
Anadigics announced that it is supplying indium gallium phosphide heterojunction bipolar transistor power amplifiers to ZTE's F866 W-CDMA handset.
2007-09-13 AMOLED boosts Q2 OLED display shipments
With the release of the highly anticipated AMOLED displays, the OLED segment continues to flourish in Q2, posting unit shipments of 19.8 million, up 24 percent y-o-y and revenues of $123.4 million, up 13 percent y-o-y.
2009-11-20 Amimon brings WHDI to notebook PCs
After losing a spot in the latest Sony model, Amimon makes a strategic change in product focus from living-room TV to PCs, and in its business model.
2011-09-29 Agilent discusses Asia business, modular instruments
In conversation with EE Times-Asia, Lawrence Liu, Agilent's regional manager, talks about their measurement forum, Asian business and modular instrument strategy.
2006-06-30 Actel unrolls prototype FPGA for aerospace apps
Actel has announced prototype availability of the RTAX4000S, touted to be the industry's highest-density, high-reliability FPGA for space-bound systems.
2002-11-28 Achieving professional manager career with entrepreneurship
Terry Cheng, president of Texas Instruments Asia, divulges his humble beginnings and the attitude that brought him to the top.
2008-10-03 Accelerometers find place in consumer apps
However, recent trends have helped reshape the role of accelerometers in mobile phones and consumer electronics applications.
2008-02-08 ABI: DTV receiver market up for 32% growth by 2013
The global terrestrial DTV receiver market will grow from 65 million units in 2007 to more than 350 million units in 2013, representing a CAGR of 32 percent.
2008-12-30 A flexible future awaits displays
So what can you do with printed electronics? There are a bunch of applications waiting to be exploited, ranging from foldable, rollable, biodegradable and other types of everyday electronics wear to flexible electronic displays.
2009-01-14 60GHz, MoCA take center stage at CES
The Consumer Electronics Show demonstrated the latest advances home networking and interconnect but the 60GHz wireless and Multimedia over Coax (MoCA) showed the most traction.
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.
2012-10-08 4K LCD TV share won't reach 1% thru 2017
Despite the large increase over the years, IHS said that worldwide shipments of 4K LCD TVs will rise to only 2.1 million units in 2017, up from 4,000 this year.
2010-03-25 4G/LTE chips launch comes with little chaos
Much of the WiMAX/LTE solutions at the CTIA show are still point solutions and represent a prelude to the chaos and confusion that technology vendors will be busy unraveling.
2008-01-25 45nm: What Intel didn't tell you
Some high points of Intel's 45nm HKMG technology are: high-k first, metal-gate-last integration; hafnium oxide (HfO2) gate dielectric (1nm EOT); and dual band-edge work function metal gates (TiN for PMOS; TiAlN for NMOS). The gate-last integration is one point that needs a bit of clarification in the Intel process flow.
2007-11-13 3GPP LTE initial tests show promising potential
A trial initiative launched in May has reported the successful delivery of the first in a series of test results aimed at proving the potential and benefits of LTE.
2007-06-22 3G phones with Qualcomm's 65nm chipsets debut
Qualcomm announced that its 65nm Mobile Station Modem chipsets are used in a number of 3G phones that are being commercially launched globally.
2004-10-14 3G phones shave costs, but integration path unclear
The latest crop of 3G cellphones shows the market is maturing with more integrated digital chipsets driving substantially lower handset costs.
2006-07-13 3G in China taking longer than expected
3G development in China is taking longer than expected, and pundits are exasperated. Its commercialization will depend on the readiness of TD-SCDMA, which is considered the underdog standard. Will it take three generations for 3G to happen?
2010-05-05 3G handset shipments to reach 1.3B this year
ABI Research VP for forecasting, Jake Saunders disclosed that despite ash clouds over Europe, worldwide handset shipments for Q1 hit 303 million, up 19 percent y-on-y.
2004-12-27 3G falls victim to time warp in China
It may have taken a long time but 2005 may be the year 3G licenses in China are to be issued.
2010-03-08 3D TV shipments to hit 78M units by 2015
Global 3D TV shipments will reach 78 million units by 2015, rising at a CAGR of 80 percent from 4.2 million in 2010 according to iSuppli Corp.
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.
2013-07-23 300ppi LCD tablet panels to gain wider market
Up from virtually zero in 2012, at least 12.6 million LCD tablet panels with 300ppi-or-higher resolutions will ship in 2013, predicted IHS.
2013-09-30 16GB iPhone 5s carries $199 BoM
The iPhone 5s features a 64bit apps processor, low-power Double Data Rate 3 (LPDDR3) DRAM and a novel fingerprint sensor, but with a nearly similar BoM as iPhone 5 from last year.
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.
2009-03-06 120Hz panel shipments reached 3.3M in Q4 08
Shipments of 120Hz (double frame rate) LCD TV panels reached 3.3 million units in Q4 08, unchanged from Q3 08. This is according to DisplaySearch's "Quarter Large-Area TFT LCD Shipment Report."
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