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2007-03-01 Users, not gizmos, should drive design
Developers for the consumer market should worry less about wowing users with gizmos and features, and more about how consumers actually use the devices.
2006-10-26 TPO develops 4.3-inch LCD with wide viewing angle
Taiwan-based TPO Displays has developed a transmissive 4.3-inch TFT-LCD supporting a wide viewing angle.
2006-03-13 TI adopts multidisciplinary approach for 4G design
Texas Instruments is using vertically oriented engineering teams to ensure the success of its fourth-generation wireless design and development efforts.
2006-02-13 Tensilica opens Indian R&D unit
Tensilica has expanded its design activities in India to conduct R&D for its configurable processor technology.
2006-10-16 Spectrum analyzer captures transient RF behavior
Tektronix has applied its waveform image processor technology to transform volumes of real-time data and produce an RF spectrum presentation that reveals previously unseen RF signals and signal anomalies.
2006-02-08 Sony touts Cell processor for real-time tasks
Real-time computing will bring a paradigm shift for both the PC and semiconductor industries, according to the president and CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment.
2006-08-21 Singapore to help set up economic zones in Siberia
Singapore has signed a deal to advise Russia on setting up two special economic zones in Siberia for R&D and manufacturing.
2006-10-25 Singapore incubator to help Russian science projects find investors
A business incubator will be established in Singapore to help Russian science projects find investors, reported Russian news services.
2006-02-10 SanDisk opens design center in Bangalore
SanDisk announced the opening of its India Device Design Center in Bangalore, India. With consumer demand for mobile phones and MP3 audio players booming, India is expected to become a major market for SanDisk products.
2006-12-01 Russia tech growth hinges on government push
Russia ranks near the bottom of the ladder among participants in the world's electronics and semiconductor markets, but the country has the technical resources to forge a formidable industry presence.
2006-09-05 QD Vision demos quantum dot display tech
A proprietary, scalable printing technique for manufacturing displays based on quantum dots was recently demonstrated by Massachusetts Institute of Technology spinoff, QD Vision.
2006-11-29 OptimalTest promises better yields through test management
OptimalTest has launched what it touts as the optimal test software suite for maximizing IC yields through managed test results.
2006-07-17 OLEDs see action in mobile future
The OLED market will reach $1.23 billion this year, said forecaster DisplaySearch, with the CAGR for OLEDs at 57.1 percentthe highest among all flat-panel displays.
2006-08-22 OLED researchers report 12lumens/W power efficiency at 1,000 candelas/m2
Universal Display and Novaled have collaborated to develop a saturated red phosphorescent organic LED with record specifications.
2006-06-08 OLED fabrication uses direct-photolithography process
Researchers from Germany's University of Cologne have achieved what they say is the first high-resolution, full-color OLED display based on a direct photolithographic process.
2006-09-07 NXP to supply e-passport ICs to U.S.
The U.S. State Department disclosed that it has selected NXP as one of its suppliers of secure semiconductor technology for an electronic passport program.
2006-01-16 Nanorods show negative refraction in near-IR
Findings demonstrate the feasibility of metamaterial with a negative refractive index in the near-IR portion of the spectrum.
2006-03-23 Nanoelectronics roadmap aims to speed commercialization
The IEEE launched an Nanoelectronics Standards Roadmap initiative early this week to forge industry standards for nanotechnology.
2006-09-21 Motorola to buy Symbol Tech for $3.9B
Motorola Inc. has agreed to purchase RFID and Wi-Fi product supplier Symbol Technologies Inc. for $3.9 billion in stock.
2006-08-08 Micron betting on "innovation, execution" to manage portfolio
Micron is betting on "innovation" and "execution" to help manage its diverse product portfolio in different industry sectors.
2006-02-27 Lenovo goes global with new PCs
China's Lenovo Group Ltd introduced the first computers under its own brand name outside China last week as part of a worldwide launch.
2006-07-21 Kopin preps for Olympics, ramps up HK facility
Kopin said it will ramp up its Hong Kong subsidiary to meet the demand for mobile video gear during the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
2007-02-02 Engineers stress thermal impact on designs
With increasing chip speed and density, designers are struggling to keep their cool while facing thermal challenges in all designschips, boards, modules and systems.
2006-06-13 DuPont opens tech facilities in Seoul, Shenzhen
DuPont announced the opening of its technology center in Seoul, Korea and an LCD fab extension in Shenzhen, China.
2006-06-02 Confabs to eye growing markets
Two upcoming conferences will showcase the fastest-growing areas of systems design: sensors for wireless applications and LCD and plasma alternatives.
2006-01-16 Confab: Chips, China good investments
The chip industry may be hard-pressed to maintain a veneer of composure this year as it struggles to meet expectations for progress on Moore's Law in changing and often cynical times.
2006-10-16 Chipmakers unite in move to 45nm
The 45nm process technology node keeps heating up as more players make their moves.
2006-01-16 Brute scaling not the answer, IEDM hears
Designers look beyond brute transistor scaling to organic semiconductors and carbon nanowires.
2006-02-01 Alliance promises single HD remote
Tired of using a separate remote for every device? An industry partnership called Hana vows to simplify all that.
2006-09-28 ADI exec sounds off on global engineering talent
ADI's R&D chief says its engineering recruitment program at universities worldwide typically brings in about half of the company's new engineering hires from North America and half from Europe and Asia.
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