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2009-04-16 Marvell bets big on connected devices
Leveraging its homegrown ARM-based Sheeva CPU processors, Marvell Technology Group's co-founder and CEO has a clear vision: Enabling the next billion users of connected devices.
2006-07-26 Market for structured ASICs still significant, says Gartner Dataquest researcher
LSI Logic's exit from the structured ASIC market prompted many analysts to downgrade their market predictions, but the market for structured ASICs remains significant, a Gartner Dataquest researcher said.
2008-03-18 iPhone redefines embedded software security
Apple's iPhone and Microsoft CE-based devices are upping the ante for security software in embedded systems, according to experts.
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.
2011-07-28 Intel, Samsung, others license chip-to-chip spec
Intel, Samsung and other mobile vendors have licensed the Chip-to-Chip Link specification which was developed by Arteris and Texas Instruments.
2012-10-01 Image gallery: What makes up Kindle Fire HD?
In this teardown, we offer a peak inside the Amazon Kindle Fire HD.
2009-10-27 I?C keyboard controller supports QWERTY
The IC's oscillator debounces at 50?s keeping a 10-byte FIFO of key-press and key-release events.
2012-01-10 Huawei makes inroads in the smartphone market
The company's newly branded "Ascend" is designed for the midrange to high-end mobile phone segment.
2005-04-18 How safe is private data on cell?
The recent hacking of Paris Hilton's address book-stored on the TV celebrity's Sidekick II smart phone and backed up by T-Mobile's server-has raised questions in the engineering community about whether personal data is adequately protected in the current generation of cellular products.
2010-04-06 HDMI companion IC fits portable apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has developed what it claims to be the first integrated HDMI companion chip to the core HDMI controller for portable applications.
2008-04-17 GPS faceoff: Garmin nuvi 750 vs. HP iPaq 310
GPS systems are forecasted to be one of the top growth areas for consumer products in 2008, with a number of different manufacturers offering different approaches to a GPS solution but all having relatively similar form.
2007-09-10 Front-end ICs protect systems during charging
Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced a family of battery charger front-end ICs, which dramatically increases protection when charging a cellphone or other portable electronic device.
2012-12-06 FreeMotion software boosts smartphone context-awareness
Sensor Platforms' latest software library use algorithms to interpret sensor data inferring detailed information such as how the device is being carried or the posture of the user.
2009-07-07 DSPs pack SATA, uPP support
Wolfson Microelectronics has introduced the WM8523 and WM8524 2Vrms ground referenced DACs, the latest in its family of chips for home audio devices.
2012-05-31 DSP development kit eases biometric app development
Texas Instruments' TMS320C6748 DSP development kit is designed for fingerprint recognition, face detection and other real-time analytics applications for enhanced access control.
2011-12-12 Developer calls Intel's accusation 'prejudiced'
Intel has accused Chih-Wei Huang of fragmenting the Android platform by releasing a code meant for x86 chips.
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.
2004-11-23 Chip makers debate clock frequency, architecture in apps processors
As 3G services begin a slow global ramp-up, a handful of chip makers debated the need to push cell phone applications processors into the gigahertz range at the 3G World Congress here this week.
2010-03-10 Battle over e-book display alternatives heats up
E Ink used to worry about the many e-paper competitors until Apple launched iPad, which uses standard LCD that sacrifices e-paper's readability and zero-power modes but offers higher refresh rates and full color.
2011-04-21 Bandwidth concerns fuel mobile DRAM race
Staggering bandwidth requirements are forcing mobile DRAM vendors to shift to next-gen memory standards. Options abound, but many see wide I/O DRAM technology as the clear frontrunner.
2008-08-15 Audio subsystem improves capacity for handsets
Texas Instruments has released an analog-input audio subsystem that combines its field-proven stereo Class-D power amplifier and stereo DirectPath headphone amplifier into one package.
2006-01-10 Audio CODECs consume 14mW
Texas Instruments introduced the TLV320AIC3x family of low-noise, stereo, portable audio CODECs with power consumption as low as 14mW.
2002-10-03 Atsana processor handles video for handheld apps
Atsana Semiconductor's first media processor, dubbed the J2210 encoder/decoder, is suitable for PDAs and other portable device apps.
2011-02-16 Atmel, Nvidia design kit enables next-gen mobile devices
Nvidia's Tegra 2 ARM-based processor and Atmel's mXT1386 touch-screen chipset will help OEMs fast-track development of Android-based smartphones, tablet PCs and other mobile Internet devices.
2009-03-09 ARM-based netbooks face software roadblock
Qualcomm and other vendors using ARM-based processors to try to muscle their way into the Atom-dominated netbook market also face consumer demand for the familiar user experience offered by Windows XP.
2004-07-19 ARM links with Trusted Logic for secure mobiles
ARM Ltd has teamed with Trusted Logic to develop secure software for mobile handsets and set-top boxes that will combine the microprocessor core maker's TrustZone technology with optimized security software from TrustZone.
2009-07-28 ARM core reaches GHz rate
Samsung Electronics Co. and Intrinsity Inc. have developed what they claim to be the first silicon for an ARM Cortex A8 that runs at a GHz and delivers more than 2,000 Dhrystone Mips while consuming 640mW power.
2008-09-08 Analyst expects more 3G baseband tie-ups
Further consolidation is expected among suppliers of UMTS/HSPA baseband chips. However, the possibilities are limited with Infineon and Icera now the only independent sources for the parts, aside from Qualcomm.
2009-06-09 Analysis: How CEVA defies economic crunch
Despite the current economic downturn, DSP core intellectual property supplier, CEVA Inc. has a story with a happyand surprisingending.
2002-02-21 Alliances take shape at 3GSM conference
In a flurry of announcements on the opening day of the 3GSM World Congress 2002 in Cannes, France, Microsoft Corp. announced a partnership with Intel Corp. and Texas Instruments Inc. on reference designs for next-generation phones and PDAs.
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