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2008-08-05 Sun eases design of Rich Internet apps on Java
Sun Microsystem's JavaFX Preview release provides Web scripters, designers and Java developers with a preview of the runtime and tools needed to create amazing Rich Internet Applications (RIA) on the Java platform.
2008-09-01 Internet transforms CE into computing devices
Forget Atom. Forget Android. To see the future of computing, look to the Adobe Open Screen Project, an ambitious effort to bring full-featured Internet experience to devices ranging from TVs to mobile handsets. Should the project achieve its aims, it will radically alter CE devices and our relationships with them
2010-09-20 Nokia aims to connect next billion to Internet
Nokia unveiled its strategy to connect the "next billion" people to the Internet by offering emerging markets with powerful yet affordable mobile phones and locally relevant Ovi services
2007-10-17 IBM, Linden Lab join to advance 3D Internet
IBM and Linden Lab, creator of the virtual world Second Life, have announced the intent to develop new technologies and methodologies based on open standards that will help advance the future of 3D Internet
2010-07-28 AMD's OpenGL ES 2.0 driver unlocks 3D internet potential
AMD delivers the first OpenGL ES driver for PC and workstation graphics, supporting the WebGL standard which is on the horizon. The new driver enables 3D, application-like experiences on the web, and allows software developers desktop PCs and workstations powered by AMD graphics when creating apps.
2010-09-14 Trident, ARM tie-up delivers Web-enabled STBs
The key Web 2.0 and broadcast elements are integrated into an STB platform that lets consumers watch TV, run Internet applications, browse websites and share content
2011-07-13 ST platform receives Adobe AIR verification
The successful porting of Adobe AIR to the STi7108-based platform has proven that the platform is able to produce rich Internet applications and games for consumer equipment manufacturers.
2008-11-20 Adobe-ARM team up boosts ARM-powered devices
Adobe Systems and ARM have announced a technology collaboration to optimize and enable Adobe Flash Player 10 and Adobe AIR for ARM-powered devices.
2016-01-11 Where is low-power WAN headed?
Joel Young of Digi International shared his views on the future of low-power wide-area networking (LP-WAN) amid the growing wearable markets and Internet of Things
2015-06-15 What is the key to "instant on" electronics?
Memory is critical in instant-on operation. Using compressed root-file system images to save NV memory space and unpacking it into RAM for execution will add additional seconds to the boot process.
2005-07-01 VMs tighten up PC security
Virtual machines can bridge the gap between data protection and usability.
2008-02-15 TI adds HD camcorder function to handsets
TI claims its OMAP3440 chip is the industry's first ARM Cortex A8-based applications processor to bring full HD camcorder functionality to mobile devices
2014-09-04 Thwarting IoT security threats with ARM TrustZone
Virtualisation can be leveraged to enable consolidation of connected devices, and ARM TrustZone can be utilised to tackle security threats to the Internet of Things
2008-02-15 ST's Nomadik multimedia processor integrates Linux
STMicroelectronics has expanded its Nomadik multimedia application processor ecosystem with the integration of Linux and Trolltech's Qtopia application environment in the STn8815 Nomadik engine.
2003-02-27 NTT DoCoMo adopts Macromedia Flash technology
NTT DoCoMo Inc. and Macromedia Inc. have agreed to jointly deliver Macromedia Flash technology to i-mode - DoCoMo's proprietary 2G/3G mobile Internet platform in Japan
2006-11-07 NEC selects Centillium's VoIP solution
NEC Corp. has selected Centillium Communications' Entropia III VoIP media gateway solution to help power advanced IP services for NGN and 3G wireless infrastructure deployments in Japan.
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
2008-04-08 Intel takes wrap off Centrino Atom, next-gen chips
Intel Corp. has introduced five Atom processors and Centrino Atom processor technology for Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) and embedded computing solutions
2008-06-06 Intel mobilizes Web 2.0 with mobile WiMAX
Intel Corp. executive Sean Maloney said more powerful microprocessors and high-speed WiMAX wireless networks would usher in a new era of the full Internet on mobile devices
2009-04-14 Intel helps modernize Vietnam's education system
Intel Semiconductor Ltd Vietnam and Vietnam's Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) have signed an agreement focused on accelerating the MOET's e-learning initiative.
2006-12-11 Intel demos its first mobile WiMAX baseband chip
Intel Corp. unveiled and demonstrated its first mobile WiMAX baseband chip at the 3G World Congress and Mobility Marketplace in Hong Kong.
2004-09-17 IDT search engine shifts to 80bits
IDT unveiled feature-rich architectural details of its fourth-gen network search engine that will be implemented in several products in Q1 next year
2015-12-24 How to prep your company for connected space
With the IoT market reaching $1.7 trillion by 2020, enterprises from all sectors are embracing the opportunity to cash in on connecting their products, services and devices of all kinds to the Internet
2014-01-29 Developing IoT for industrial control (Part 1)
In Part 1, we look into the requirements that the IP-enabled Internet of Things must meet
2011-10-04 Dev't tool enables cloud solutions
The 32bit Minimorph development system has 384kB on-chip SRAM and XGA (1024 x 768) display controller with 2D accelerator.
2009-10-21 Cisco buys Starent Networks for $2.9B
The two companies share a common vision and bring complementary technologies to accelerate Mobile Internet
2008-10-15 Calibrating the Netbook FrenzyA 'Basic' Primer
It's great to see all the momentum out there in netbook-land. These simple little internet devices, while limited in their capability, are generating a lot of buzz out there
2015-01-30 Broadcom woos cable, over-the-air boxes
Broadcom's DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem SoC is the basis for its set top box vision, combing dual-band Wi-Fi and a custom applications processor to reach 5Gbit/s downstream speeds and 2Gbit/s upstream
2013-03-26 Broadcom extends HD digital cable STB sol'ns
The BCM7583 and BCM7584 devices offer entry-level HD and HD-DVR platforms for cable MSOs with features that facilitate internet video streaming capabilities to multiple video devices simultaneously
2007-06-04 TCP/IP protocol stack targets embedded systems
eSOL has announced the release of its PrCONNECT/Pro TCP/IP protocol stack that offers a BSD socket interface.
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