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2010-06-04 Android drives Linux-based smart phone market
Led by the success of Google's Android, Linux-enabled smart phones are expected to comprise 33 percent of the worldwide smart phone market by 2012, according to ABI Research.
2010-02-15 TI: Smart phone functionalities to enter lower-tier markets
TI director of OMAP product management Marcelo Vieira said smart phones will drive the future of the mobile industry, and manufacturers will bring smart phone functionalities to lower-tier markets
2009-03-20 TI exec weighs in on iPhone, future smart phones
The next-generation smart phone will project high-definition movies, replace digital still cameras, pack more than 100Gbyte memory and be easy to use. That was the prediction of Marcelo Vieira, general manager of the smart phone business at Texas Instruments Inc
2008-11-13 Teardown reveals Android phone BOM cost
A virtual teardown conducted by iSuppli Corp. estimates that the BOM cost of T-Mobile G1 smart phone, the first wireless handset to be based on Google Inc.'s Android mobile OS, reached $143.89
2010-05-07 Smart phones, tablets get Atom-powered
Intel Corp. has launched its latest Atom chipset, the 45nm Moorestown platform geared for use in the burgeoning market for smart phones and tablets
2009-08-27 Smart phones fire up Japan mobile market
Japan's mobile industry is now focused on the increasingly popular smart phone segment, which is experiencing a meteoric rise in take-up and will continue to drive and grow the wireless industry
2010-02-16 Platform brings Android smart phones to mass market
ST-Ericsson has introduced an Android, which manufacturers could use to produce smart phones with a wholesale price of less than 100 euros ($135.96), depending on the final device specification
2008-03-20 Nokia tops ABI smart phone vendor matrix
An smart phone vendor matrix released by ABI Research has placed Nokia at the top spot, followed by Research in Motion and Samsung
2009-03-10 iSuppli posts positive outlook for smart phones
Although the outlook for the overall mobile handset market continues to dim, smart phones remain a bright spot with global unit growth as high as 11.1 percent in 2009, iSuppli Corp. predicts
2006-02-10 Freescale, Nokia ready 3G phone ref design
Freescale has joined forces with Nokia and Symbian to offer later this year a 3G handset reference design. It will run Nokia's S60 software on Symbian OS, using Freescale's single core modem.
2009-02-13 Dell drags Linux-ARM combo into Wintel PC
The Dell Latitude E4200 and E4300 laptop computers run a version of Linux as an "instant-on" OS running on hardware with flash memory that is separate to the main Windows Vista or XP OS running on an Intel Core2 Duo processor
2010-04-06 Android ready to go beyond smart phones
The ESC-Silicon Valley conference is expected to boost the effort driving Google's Android software into a wide range of embedded systems beyond the smart phone
2009-05-13 Android phone market to enjoy 900% boom in '09
Shipments of smart phones running on the Android OS is expected to grow 900 percent in 2009, with strong support from operators, vendors and developers driving the uptake, according to Strategy Analytics
2003-01-24 AMD, Metrowerks platform supports Linux-based PDAs
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. and Metrowerks have created the OpenPDA Linux-based software platform for PDAs and smart phones based on AMD's Alchemy Solutions Mobile Client reference design kit
2009-05-13 Adobe-ARM smart phone video promise needs more time
Adobe Systems and ARM aim to bring Web video to a wide range of mobile systems with the Adobe Flash Player 10, but the software may not be widely available until early next year.
2002-04-02 Java variations could stall unified cell-phone platform
Unique implementations and extensions of Java for emerging voice and data cellular devices are threatening what many see as the best hope for unifying this nascent market.
2007-10-18 Employ a secure flavor of Linux
Linux is popular for many embedded applications, but if your application requires it, make sure you put in the hooks to keep hackers out
2011-01-06 Design for tomorrow's smart connected devices
As devices get internet-connected and interconnected with other smart devices, they are demanding high-performance, low-power CPUs and open source software platforms, says MIPS President Art Swift
2005-08-16 Mobile handsets are dialing up Linux
Manufacturers are beginning to view Linux as a universal solution that can be leveraged across a broad range of devices
2002-03-05 Cell phone chips integrate DSP, Xscale processor
Integrated baseband chips are being developed for 2.5G and 3G cell phones that merge Intel Corp.'s 400MHz PXA250 Xscale processor, 400MHz Micro Signal Architecture DSP and enough on-board Flash to handle all DSP and applications code.
2010-02-11 ST-Ericsson leverages on power-efficient solutions
ST-Ericsson senior VP and head of strategic planning Edgar Auslander sat down with EE Times to outline what the company believes are the main mobile handset trends for 2010.
2010-07-09 Open source software battle heats up
In parallel with the rapid development of mobile computing, various Linux-based OS pop up one after anotherfrom Android, LiMo, MeeGo, Ubuntu to webOS
2010-05-04 HP-Palm combo could be big...in time
Hewlett-Packard's acquisition of Palm could result in a winning combination but it will require one key ingredienttime, and lots of it.
2005-08-01 Fit handsets with the right mem architecture
With 3G handsets already impacting the market, yesterday's storage subsystems don't fit the bill.
2009-09-03 Comment: Nokia loses its magic touch
Rick Merritt predicts that the once darling of the cellphone business and still the largest handset maker is set to be slowly eaten by its PC and cellphone competitors.
2005-01-03 Asia ups ante on wireless functionality
Functionality and convergence are painting Asia's wireless landscape a shade brighter this year as more consumers in the region go mobile.
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
2002-04-29 ARM delivers Symbian OS port to Motorola for 3G Smartphone solution
ARM has delivered a port of the Symbian OS (operating system) for ARM powered 2.5 and 3G smart phone devices to Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector
2015-02-20 USB batt charging protocols in Android-based design
Here is a walk-through on the process of incorporating effective power management into a design using the Android distribution of the Linux operating system
2008-02-14 Internet ready to invade mobiles
The Mobile World Congress kicked of the race for chip vendors, software suppliers and handset manufacturers to bring the full-blown Internet to the consumer's pocket.
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