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2011-02-16 Nokia-Microsoft pact casts doubt on Finn's leadership
Nokia will make Windows Phone its primary smartphone OS and use Microsoft's smartphone developer tools. It will however struggle to differentiate its products from those of other Microsoft handset OEMs.
2012-03-13 MediaTek: Unknown OEMs may be next smartphone stars
MediaTek Inc. president, Ching-Jiang Hsieh believes that unknown China-based handset makers will drive the next big wave of smartphones
2011-08-18 Why Microsoft should buy Nokia
EBN editor-in-chief Bolaji Ojo gives his take on why Microsoft and Nokia should join forces to strengthen their position in the high-tech wireless handset and tablet PC market
2008-09-26 Qualcomm mobile chip powers first Android handset
Qualcomm may have secured its place inside the first Android cellphone but analysts believe that stiff competition from rival wireless chip vendors will follow on future handsets running the Google Inc.-backed OS.
2011-06-09 OEMS join touchscreen bandwagon
OEMs are joining the touchscreen bandwagon, creating an instant ecosystem that could vanish just as fast if LCD makers build touchscreens directly onto displays
2011-08-01 Smartphone sales to cross 1B by 2016
According to IMS Research, sales of smartphones will exceed 420 million devices in 2011, accounting for about 28 percent of the global handset market
2003-02-19 Interface issues loom for full-featured phones
The 3GSM World Congress is grappling with how best to connect all of non-phone peripherals with an application co-processor in handsets.
2008-06-13 The truth behind the 'Xbox 360 issue'
When Microsoft announced a mammoth global recall of its Xbox 360 a year ago, the software giant never disclosed the exact source of the game console's heat problem that led to the fiasco, but recently it was revealed
2006-08-01 Platform group's goal: Unify Linux for handsets
Handset makers Motorola, NEC, Samsung Electronics and Panasonic have joined with telecom operators NTT Docomo and Vodafone in a bid to create a reference implementation built around a consistent set of Linux APIs for use by manufacturers and tool developers
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
2008-02-14 Tech firms demo slew of Android prototypes
Several versions of Google's Android platform-based cellphones were showcased at the Mobile World Congress, but few were impressed after seeing Nokia's fresh rollout of multimedia phones.
2007-02-01 Staccato, SK Telecom push for UWB in PANs
Staccato and SK Telecom, are staking out new territory in the development of PANs using UWB technology, teaming up to implement a mobile-phone UWB solution that can be used simultaneously for Bluetooth, higher-bandwidth UWB and multipoint WiNet services.
2008-02-06 NXP's GloNav acquisition yields 'smallest' GPS solution
Shortly after the closing of its acquisition of GloNav, NXP Semiconductors announced its first single-chip A-GPS solution, claimed to be the industry's smallest, lowest-power, lowest-system-cost GPS solution.
2011-02-28 Android predicted to eclipse Nokia
Smartphones' 2010 shipments are up 71 percent from the previous year. As Android-based phone makers' market share soared to 24 percent, Nokia's share dropped to 33 percent.
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.
2005-08-16 Will next iPod be a phone?
Cellphones are swallowing the MP3 functionality as it did with digital cameras, leaving little room for standalone MP3 players.
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2009-06-10 Weighing in on the Intel-Wind River deal
With its acquisition of embedded software provide Wind River Systems Inc., Intel Corp. has unambiguously signaled that it is again attempting to diversify beyond X86 processors. We polled our U.S. and European editors to get their take on the deal.
2010-09-09 TV remotes morph into motion sensors
As TVs and STBs offer more services, their remote controls need to keep up as well, transforming from the traditional clickers to multi-sensor controllers.
2012-01-03 Top smartphone trends of 2011
As we begin the new year, it is worth recording some of the more significant episodes that left their mark on the mobile market in 2011.
2008-01-07 Top 10 stories to keep track this year
ChannelWeb assembled a panel of industry experts comprising vendors, analysts and solution providers to discuss what they think will be the most important chip stories to watch in 2008.
2010-07-16 Smart phones to render PCs obsolete?
Smart phones with gigahertz processors, 4G apps are a threat to the PC, say execs at the Mobilebeat 2010 Conference.
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.
2010-07-08 Qualcomm plans to rev up struggling lines
Qualcomm Inc. launched a number of new initiatives for many of its lesser-known products including Brew OS, Snapdragon and MediaFlo mobile TV.
2004-01-01 PC eyes digital home, network processor ready for limelight
Multimedia and network processors are seen to expand in the upcoming year due to the growing consumer demands on multimedia apps.
2009-03-02 Opinion: Android won't be stuck in handsets
Don't' look now but signs point to Google's Android winding up in netbooks, digital picture frames and a host of embedded devices as a friendly, app-rich face for Linux.
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.
2010-01-26 Next-gen digital media to embrace cloud computing
Apple, Disney and a broad coalition of companies are developing cloud-based services that analysts say will usher in the next phase of the digital media era.
2009-10-14 Netbook success could trigger ARM takeover
ARM's success in the netbook and smartbook markets could trigger a takeover bid for the company, according to semiconductor analyst Didier Scemama.
2009-10-13 Mobile PC arena gets more crowded
Scan the array of products targeting the territory between laptops and mobile phones and you understand why consumers' heads are spinning.
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