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2008-12-23 Auto entertainment middleware solution rolls
QNX Software Systems has released for commercial availability its Aviage Multimedia Suite ver 1.1.0, an automotive-grade middleware solution used by Tier 1 automotive suppliers to build head units, rear-seat entertainment systems, multimedia radios and other infotainment products for the automobile.
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.
2011-09-23 5-core mobile CPUs slash power use
Nvidia claims its Tegra 3 processor consumes 14 to 61 percent less energy compared to a standard quad-core.
2010-02-04 Transmitter brings HDMI 1.4 to handsets
NXP has developed TDA19989 HDMI 1.4 transmitter solution that enables consumers to transfer HD multimedia content from their mobile phones directly to a TV via the remote control.
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.
2005-10-03 Tools figure into designers' platform picks
With latest-generation DSPs well accounted for, chip vendors are turning their attention to beefing up software development tools.
2003-06-16 The magical world of DSP
The generation, processing, storage and transmission of signals from a diversity of origins to a diversity of reception has been enabled by miraculous advances in the semiconductor industry.
2009-02-24 The greatest mobile device design challenge: power management
As we rely on mobile devices each day, the need for power efficiency increases.
2011-09-15 ST-Ericsson opens tech center, beefs up mobile portfolio
The company's new technical center will provide local support and product demos for its wireless mobile products.
2005-10-28 Software limits multi-core ICs, panelists say
Multi-core ICs promise efficiency and performance, but will require new programming models that hide software and hardware details, according to panelists at the GSPx 2005 conference here Tuesday (Oct. 25).
2013-02-27 Smartphones redefine cell phone chip market
In the market for application-specific mobile handset core ICs such as baseband and radio-frequency semiconductors, Qualcomm reigned with 31 per cent market revenue share, said IHS.
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.
2009-09-24 Single-chip PMU saves portable board space
Texas Instruments has unveiled a family of power management chips that can support all the leading processors.
2008-10-17 Single-chip DSP integrates three 1GHz cores
Texas Instruments Inc. has developed a new high performance multicore DSP that offers significant cost, power and board space savings.
2002-10-14 Sasken inks deals with mobile platform suppliers
Sasken Communication Technologies has signed a deal with Anite Telecoms Ltd designed to halve the amount of time needed to bring mobile handsets and devices to market.
2006-02-23 RFMD solution integrates GPS apps in mobile devices
The new software-based GPS solution from RF Micro Devices enables the integration of high-performance GPS apps in smartphones, wireless PDAs and digital cameras.
2011-08-05 Qualcomm simplifies roadmap, renames products
In an attempt to simplify the confusing roadmap of the company, Qualcomm has started rebranding and renaming its line of products.
2008-07-30 Processor battle moves to consumer computing
In principle, consumer computing devices can use any processor powerful enough to run a full-featured browser. In practice, however, two contenders stand head and shoulders above the rest: ARM, the champion of handsets, and Intel, king of the PC.
2011-03-10 Platform brings ZigBee into Android phones, tablets
Texas Instruments' Android 2.2 software development platform eases the integration of the ZigBee and ZigBee RF4CE protocol stacks to directly connect mobile devices to CE and smart home apps.
2008-11-11 Opinion: ST, NXP ready JV for market setbacks
Reality or as they would have it as the new market realities have claimed 500 jobs at the ST-NXP JV, with the ink hardly dry on the deal that integrated the bulk of the wireless activities on ST and NXP.
2007-11-16 Next SoC era calls for new business models
Welcome to the next phase of the SoC era, in which system, software and semiconductor companies are struggling to find new technology and business models.
2009-07-14 Mélange of reactions surround Chrome OS
Chipmakers and most analysts gave a thumbs-up to the concept of a Google Chrome OS, while system makers took a more guarded wait-and-see stance on the Windows alternative.
2006-01-16 Multimedia processors arm for price, feature race
Taiwan's Mobilic Technology will launch two IC product lines that promise features of a high-end smart phone at very low cost.
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.
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.
2013-02-21 Mobile handset IC firms ride market ups and downs
IHS revealed that Qualcomm reigned supreme with 31 per cent market revenue share in the market for application-specific mobile handset core ICs while Samsung came in second.
2011-05-06 MIPI, USB 3.0 promoters collaborate on mobile chip interface
Designed for next-gen mobile silicon, the Superspeed Inter-Chip spec unites MIPI Alliance's M-PHY spec with USB 3.0's media access controller and higher layer software.
2010-03-19 MicroUnity charges handset firms for infringement
MicroUnity Systems Engineering has filed a suit March 16 alleging 22 handset companies including chip, system and service providers infringe 15 of its patents.
2011-01-10 Microsoft's Windows 8 to support ARM
Microsoft Corp. has announced that its Windows 8 will support ARM-based chips. The move will widen support for Windows, which currently runs solely on x86 platforms.
2003-05-16 MediaQ processors target portable, handheld apps
MediaQ Inc. will introduce a new family of ARM-based application processors designed to enhance multimedia features on PDAs and smart phones.
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