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2005-05-25 Larger LCDs posing production challenges
Larger, wider displays are likely to become the norm as LCD makers ramp up next-generation fabs, but the transition will also present challenges for display and equipment makers, according to speakers at the Society for Information Display conference.
2004-09-30 Lamp shortages could stunt microdisplay growth, says report
Ongoing shortages of UHP-type lamps for projection products are not likely to ease even if lamp manufacturers increase production capacity, according to a report by market research firm Insight Media.
2003-01-27 Japan-based manufacturers back off proprietary OSs
Consumer electronics manufacturers in Japan are backing away from efforts to push proprietary OSs into wider use and are turning instead to open-source OSs, specifically Linux.
2006-08-11 Japan preps one-stop patent licensing scheme for DTV tuners
In an effort to accelerate the spread of digital TV broadcasting in Japan, an industry initiative is preparing a one-stop patent licensing scheme for consumer electronics devices with digital TV tuners
2002-09-02 Jabil to acquire Philips manufacturing services
Jabil Circuit Inc. has entered into an agreement to acquire most of Royal Philips Electronics' Philips Contract Manufacturing Services (PCMS).
2008-04-07 Is Videocon yearning for Moto's handset biz?
Reports indicate Indian consumer electronics giant Videocon appears eager to buy Motorola Inc.'s loss-ridden handset business, which is being spun off into a separate company
2007-01-22 IPTV finds favorable market in China
Mainland China will bring a favorable market landscape for IPTV, as the country's upcoming major events and flourishing broadband environment paves for over 23 million subscribers for the technology by 2012, said ABI Research.
2007-05-01 IPR issues threaten open standards' future
A Java-based API designed to bring interactivity to DTV broadcasts and STBs is being proclaimed dead-on-arrival in Europe, a casualty of mishandled procedures for disclosing intellectual property rights (IPR) related to the standard.
2009-09-30 Intel 45nm SoC enters digital TVs
Intel Corp.'s first 45nm SoC, the CE 4100 aka Sodaville, targets TVs and other digital living room systems.
2010-10-08 In-Stat cautions video entertainment industry on growth hurdles
Report shows video entertainment industry needs new business models amid expanding online video content
2010-01-18 Hybrid silicon tuner improves DTV reception
Marvell rolls out the 88DE8500 hybrid silicon tuner with integrated Clear RF technology for the robust reception of analog and digital TV signals
2008-05-29 High-power CATV amp allows deep fiber migration
Anadigics Inc. today launched the ACA2420 power doubler line amplifier, a high output power device designed to ensure optimal video and data delivery in deep fiber HFC architectures and other cable TV deployments that minimize the use of cascaded system amplifiers
2007-01-17 HD IP STB platform supports Windows Embedded CE 6.0
NXP Semiconductors has announced a high-definition (HD) IP STB platform, said to be the first with support for Microsoft Windows Embedded CE 6.0.
2007-04-26 Handset tunes in to One-Seg DTV
Sanyo makes extensive use of analog circuitry and functions in its W33SA handset to enable reception of Japan's mobile DTV broadcast.
2011-08-17 Google-Motorola deal causes tension in mobile market
Google's acquisition of Motorola promises protection of the Android ecosystem from legal threats, but is also expected to raise tensions among its competitor smartphone, tablet, and TV makers
2008-05-23 Good finds: Surveilance kit for $99.99
For $99.99 you can get the SecurityMan NiteCam2, a two-camera, one-base station, 2.4GHz wireless audio/video monitoring setup capable of near-zero-light operation.
2015-09-07 Every home to have 5 connected media devices by 2019
Merrick Kingston, principal analyst at IHS Technology, forecasts that by 2019, the number of media-enabled devices will be equivalent to five for every household on the planet.
2007-03-22 EU commissioner's DVB-H pick criticized
Europe commissioner for Information Society and Media Viviane Reding has singled out DVB-H as the technology of choice for European mobile broadcasting but her decision was criticized by the European Mobile Broadcasting Council.
2008-04-15 DTV signal gaps to affect 9M U.S. households
A new proprietary study by media market research firm Centris reveals that 9.2 million U.S. households could experience receptivity problems with DTV signal coverage in the Feb. 17, 2009 DTV transition.
2002-07-18 DLP-based home theater projectors gain ground
Texas Instruments Inc. reports that in the first quarter of 2002, four of the five best-selling home theater projectors in the U.S. were based on DLP technology.
2008-08-25 Device controls mobile displays
With an eye on the consumer electronics market, particularly higher-resolution displays for smartphones, silicon foundry provider Silterra Malaysia is promoting its 0.13?m high-voltage technology.
2011-01-06 Design for tomorrow's smart connected devices
As devices get internet-connected and interconnected with other smart devices, they are demanding high-performance, low-power CPUs and open source software platforms, says MIPS President Art Swift.
2009-06-01 Converter IC links DisplayPort to DTVs
Parade Technologies Ltd has developed what it claims to the first native DisplayPort to HDMI/DVI converter device.
2008-01-15 Content road map remains blurry for HDTVs
While the CES presented TV in a new level of maturity as a beautiful piece of hardware, it was less clear what's next in content for the high-end screens
2004-05-28 Component shortages seen preventing LCD surplus
Although LCD suppliers are bringing a wave of next-generation fab capacity to meet the needs of the fledgling flat-panel TV market, component shortages are likely to prevent a surplus of panels, at least in the short term
2009-07-29 CMMB receiver IC offers -100dBm sensitivity
Siano Mobile Silicon has rolled out the SMS1186 TV receiver chip, touted to offer a complete, high quality, cost-effective and secure solution for the new business models of the emerging CMMB market.
2008-03-25 Chip brings AVS-enabled IP STB to Asia
NXP says its latest low-cost STB chip solution, STB222, has been selected by ChangHong to deliver AVS-compliant IP STB platform to manufacturers and Pay TV operators in Asia
2002-08-14 China to participate in drafting of PDP standard
China will take part in the drafting of an international plasma display panel TV receiver standard in the 66th International Electrotechnical Commission General Meeting
2007-03-14 China startup hinges hopes on media player chips
China startup Jade Technologies plans to leverage its image- and video-processing expertise into design wins in China's growing markets for PMPs and IP camera designs.
2007-04-02 China fabless firms plot long-term road map
After skyrocketing to the top of mainland China's fabless industry last year, MP3 chip designer Actions Semiconductor Co. Ltd could be a candidate for one-chip wonder.
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