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2005-05-13 SanDisk licenses SRS WOW tech for MP3 player market
SanDisk has licensed SRS Labs Inc. WOW 3D audio and bass enhancement technology for a variety of new SanDisk Sansa flash-based MP3 music players.
2008-08-27 Samsung WOW 3G service shines in Beijing Olympics
Samsung Electronics' Wireless Olympic Works (WOW) service and official handsets using 3G communications platform were supplied to the Beijing Organizing Committee for the Beijing Olympic Games.
2004-08-31 NJR audio processor features SRS WOW
The NJW1180 audio processor from New Japan Radio features SRS WOW.
2004-06-25 NEC, SRS Labs expand licensing of WOW, Dialog Clarity
NEC Corp. has expanded its use of SRS Labs Inc.'s audio technologies for mobile phones and begun shipping three additional 3G handset models with SRS Labs' WOW and Dialog Clarity technologies.
2002-05-02 JVC licenses SRS's Headphone, WOW technologies
Victor Co. of Japan Ltd. (JVC) has licensed SRS Labs Inc.'s SRS Headphone and SRS WOW technologies for use in its home theater headphone products.
2005-09-21 Clevo notebook computers feature SRS WOW technology
SRS Labs Inc. announced that Clevo Computer Co. is currently shipping notebook computers featuring SRS WOW technology.
2005-05-24 China's design firm licenses SRS WOW audio
China-based IC design company Actions Semiconductor Co. Ltd has licensed SRS Labs Inc.'s 3D stereo and bass enhancement technology, SRS WOW, for Actions' latest PMA300 MP3 decoder chip, for the China MP3 player market.
2004-12-10 Ceva, SRS jointly market WOW XT on DSP cores
Ceva has signed a new strategic collaboration agreement with SRS Labs Inc. to market and deliver SRS audio and voice technologies to Ceva's DSP licensees.
2005-12-30 SRS Labs to debut new audio enhancement technology
SRS Labs announced that the new SRS WOW HD audio enhancement technology for televisions and consumer electronics products will debut at the International Consumer Electronics Show next month.
2004-05-04 SRS Labs powers Hyundai Image LCD TV receiver
In a bid to expand its license base in South Korea, SRS Labs Inc. has inked a pact with Hyundai Image Quest Co. Ltd for inclusion of SRS WOW stereo audio enhancement technology in LCD and PDP TV receivers.
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.
2004-11-29 LG chooses SRS Labs audio enhancement for MP3 players
LG Electronics has expanded its licensing relationship with SRS Labs Inc. to include the company's SRS WOW technology in its new line of MP3 players.
2014-10-08 Wearable sales to decline once hype dwindles
According to The Information Network, most wearable devices will falter and will have flattened sales, just like the tablet, once the "wow" factor is gone.
2004-01-20 Toshiba notebooks to feature SRS Labs technologies
Toshiba Corp.'s Digital Products Division (DPD) has licensed SRS Labs Inc.'s SRS WOW and SRS TruSurround XT audio enhancement technologies for its 2004 Satellite notebook product line.
2003-10-21 SRS technology integrated into ARM processors
SRS Labs Inc. has announced that its SRS WOW audio enhancement technology is now available for ARM processors.
2010-03-31 Huawei, SRS Labs team on mobile multimedia
SRS Labs and Huawei have formed a strategic partnership to advance multimedia performance by integrating SRS WOW HD to Huawei's C5900 CDMA EVDO model.
2007-08-02 DTS, SRS pump up VeriSilicon DSP audio muscles
VeriSilicon has revved up its DSP cores with DTS Digital Surround and DTS-HD Master audio, as well as SRS Labs' Wow HD and TurSurround HD technologies.
2005-08-15 WLAN on the move: 802.11xyz
The 802.11 standard (a.k.a. Wi-Fi) may play an even larger role in the future as it continues to evolve.
2016-05-06 Will drones fill Intel's smartphone market void?
Coming on the heels of its recent announcement of massive layoffs and cancelling of mobile SoC platforms, Intel turns a new leaf with drones.
2005-09-12 Why Class D amplifiers may test well but often sound terrible
Class D amplifiers are fundamentally different from analog amplifiers, not only in their circuitry, but more importantly in the way they operate
2010-01-04 What's the next big application?
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out.
2007-08-27 VeriSilicon offers DTS, SRS Labs audio for its DSPs
ASIC design foundry VeriSilicon is now offering DTS technologies for its ZSP G2 family of DSP cores.
2016-03-29 VCs aid SE Asia tech start-ups
As Southeast Asia tech start-ups emerge, they are attracting much needed investments from top-tier global venture capital firms.
2008-09-16 Two firms ready Bluetooth software for audio optimization
SRS Labs and CSR have entered into a partnership through CSR's extension partner program to create PureSpeech, the new Bluetooth software that offers better audio clarity to Bluetooth mono headsets.
2004-11-15 Toshiba expands use of SRS tech for notebook computers
Toshiba Corp. continues to expand its use of SRS Labs Inc.'s technology with the launch of two new models in Toshiba's Qosmio line of AV notebook computers.
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.
2010-03-31 The move to a discrete Serdes solution for 4G
As network equipment manufacturers build up infrastructure for 4G, there will be an ever-increasing demand for high serial data rates between the radio equipment control and radio equipment in distributed base station architecture deployment.
2008-11-04 The Energy Impact of Grid Computing
Typically, distributed computing is done with super computers designed with multiple processor cores such as those built by IBM and other vendors. Now, imagine millions of computers tied together into one massive supercomputer.
2008-11-13 Teardown reveals Android phone BOM cost
A virtual teardown conducted by iSuppli Corp. estimates that the BOM cost of T-Mobile G1 smart phone, the first wireless handset to be based on Google Inc.'s Android mobile OS, reached $143.89.
2013-09-09 Taiwan-based firms grab lead in UHD LCD-TV panel market
IHS' Display Materials and Systems found that Innolux held a 42.8 per cent share of unit shipments, while AUO grabbed 35.6 per cent.
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