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2007-04-30 Philips division spins off semiconductor IP supplier
The technology incubator division of Royal Philips Electronics has spun out Silicon Hive, a licensor of processor and related intellectual property.
2002-04-23 PDP revenues to exceed $2B in 2007, predicts Frost
Plasma display panels (PDPs) are seen as one of the most promising products in the next half decade, and demand for them is expected to touch 3 million units in 2003.
2007-08-14 PDP revenue to reach $10.2B in 2008
Despite the intense market competition with LCDs, global PDP revenue will reach its peak in 2008 with $10.2 billion because of increased production of 50-inch and larger sizes.
2007-03-09 PDP driver cuts power consumption by 35%
Samsung announced that its new 256-channel display driver IC for PDP offers a lower power consumption rate over conventional PDP driver ICs.
2013-01-11 Panasonic banks on 'eco-related' technology
Panasonic President Kazuhiro Tsuga looks to green technology in a bid to return the consumer electronics company to profitability.
2007-02-28 OLED display, lighting markets up for dramatic growth
Touted for its low power consumption and support for mobile video, OLED displays for mobile phones and other lighting applications will hit $10.9 billion by 2012 and grow to $15.5 billion by 2014, according to the new report from NanoMarkets.
2004-11-23 O2Micro gets inverter controller patent
O2Micro Int. Ltd has received six claims under United States patent number 6,809,938 for its adaptive inverter controller.
2008-06-13 NXP tips NorDig-compliant STB solution
NXP Semiconductors announced that its STB100 T21 reference board is the first full digital terrestrial system-level solution to have passed the NorDig 1.0.3 verification test process.
2008-08-13 NXP finalizes purchase of Conexant's STB biz
NXP Semiconductors has completed the acquisition of the Broadband Media Processing business of Conexant Systems Inc
2007-02-23 NXP expects declining sales in Q1
NXP Semiconductors said in an interim statement that it expects a sequential fall in sales in the range of 7-13 percent during Q1of 2007 compared to Q4 of 2006.
2008-07-09 NXP customizes green ICs toward sustainability
NXP recently said that the company has developed and produced the third-generation power management ICs, and over the past decade, has made a dramatic contribution toward environmental sustainability.
2009-10-08 NXP changes raise questions on long-term plans
Questions about its long-term plans hound NXP Semiconductors after its announced sale of its TV and digital STB units to Trident Microsystems
2011-06-17 Newsight exec targets glasses-free 3D tech
Newsight is set to release a $25 add-on to create a glasses-free stereo 3D iPad and has also signed an agreement with Chimei Innolux to make a 65-in TV display
2007-07-27 Motorola phones soon to offer tiny projectors
Motorola has sealed a deal to incorporate Microvision's tiny projectors in mobile phones, making it possible for people to project pictures and video on a wall or other large surface.
2006-04-03 Mobile operators hammer on costs
Mobile operators are facing a huge shakeout as ARPU drops dramatically for voice, and the only subscriber growth remains in emerging markets such as mobile TV and converged Wi-Fi/GSM phones
2009-07-15 Microtune to buy DTV demodulator IC supplier
Microtune Inc. has signed a definitive agreement to acquire China-based DTV demodulator IC supplier Auvitek International Ltd for approximately $9 million in cash and stock.
2005-01-18 Microtune supplies silicon tuner to ATI
Microtune Inc. is supplying its single-chip tuner technology to ATI Technologies Inc. for incorporation into ATI's newly announced TV WONDER ELITE and ALL-IN-WONDER family of multimedia/PC video add-in cards
2002-06-17 Micronas integrates SRS' audio technology in DSPs
SRS Labs Inc. and Micronas have entered a licensing agreement in which Micronas will feature SRS' WOW stereo audio enhancement technology in the MSP34xy and MSP44xy DSPs.
2009-02-10 Micronas exits consumer biz, halves workforce
After seeing sales decline by 23 percent in Q4 alone, Micronas Holding AG has announced it will close down its consumer division, which mainly sells video processors for digital TV sets
2003-04-29 Micronas acquires Microtune design center in Holland
Micronas GmbH has acquired the Microtune (Holland) B.V. Design Center located in Nijmegen, Holland.
2009-11-17 MediaFLO gets Japan MIC nod
Japan's Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications has recognized MediaFLO technology as one of the two technologies for nationwide mobile multimedia broadcasting services in the country.
2002-04-15 Matsushita, TCL sign collaborative agreement
Matsushita Electric Co. Ltd and China-based TCL Holdings have reached a collaborative agreement under which the companies will undertake feasibility studies in areas such as R&D, production, sales and procurement for the consumer electronics business
2004-11-03 Matsushita to shut down MT Picture Display in New York
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd has revealed plans to discontinue operations at MT Picture Display Corp. (MTPDA) in New York, next month, after which it will begin closing/liquidation procedures.
2004-05-31 Mainland makers to expand overseas
Mainland China makers of CRT and plasma TV receivers are expanding production overseas to fight off the threat of economic loss from the recent U.S. ruling on anti-dumping
2011-11-15 Logitech unplugs GoogleTV
Despite claims of Google that YouTube gets more than three billion views everyday, the reception toward GoogleTV remains conservative at best.
2003-05-27 LG.Philips Displays to close Newport, Southport plants
LG.Philips Displays has announced its plan to close plants in Newport, Wales and Southport, England.
2007-01-22 LG.Philips cuts losses in Q4
LG.Philips LCD Co. Ltd announced that despite flat profit growth in the last quarter of 2006, the company has reduced its losses to $185.8 million.
2010-04-12 LED fabs take the spotlight
Fewer semiconductor fabs are getting built these days and even the solar market has cooled a bit. So what's the next big thing for fabs? Try LEDs.
2011-07-19 LED chip revenue down 6% in June
The weak demand for TV backlight has resulted in a reduced M-o-M and Y-o-Y revenue6.17 percent and 10.9 percentfor LED chip manufacturers
2013-11-04 LED backlighting to hit 90% penetration in LCD TVs
IHS forecasted that out of 231 million LCD TV panels to be shipped this year, 207 will use LED backlighting, with the remainder using the older cold-cathode fluorescent lamp technology
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