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2007-05-14 TI takes single-chip cellphone offerings to 65nm
Seeking to stay one step ahead of its competitors, TI will be shipping single-chip cellphone offerings manufactured in the 65nm process.
2009-11-17 Analysts take on handset OEMs' latest offerings
Analysts give their fearless forecasts on handset OEMs' latest products and Google's possible entry in the cellphone arena
2003-01-23 STMicro bolsters Flash offerings
The company is streamlining its application-specific Flash devices, with one chip line aimed at mobile devices and another at STBs.
2006-09-04 Qualcomm chip targets emerging cellphone markets
Qualcomm has introduced the QSC1100 single-chip solution designed to enable CDMA2000 handsets that are said to break new industry price barriers for emerging markets worldwide.
2006-03-16 Mobile TV may outpace 3D offerings in handsets
In the race to pack advanced media features into handsets, 3D graphics for gaming is lagging, while mobile TV is gaining, according to ATI Technologies.
2007-08-27 Dull cellphone designs bog down Motorola
Observers say Motorola has not implemented an institutionalized system for regularly turning out products that are compelling in design as well as rich in features.
2008-07-02 Wi-Fi Alliance certifies voice over Wi-Fi devices
The Wi-Fi Alliance has launched the Wi-Fi Certified Voice-Personal program that extends beyond interoperability testing to test the performance of products and help ensure that they deliver good voice quality over the Wi-Fi link.
2010-03-19 MEMS mic shipments set for 35% growth this year
The Information Network forecasts that MEMS microphones will reach 25.5 percent of the worldwide microphone market, as shipments increase 35 percent to nearly 500 million units.
2008-05-01 HDMI goes mobile
How to connect to and display high-definition video from portable devices on a large-screen TV without losing image quality is key design challenge facing many OEMs. In response, MIPS Technologies unveiled what it claims is the industry's first 65nm IP offerings for HDMI
2009-09-01 Gyroscopes sizzle handsets, gaming apps
Global market for gyroscopes in the consumer electronics and cellphones are expected to expand to $347.2 million in 2013, according to iSuppli Corp.
2007-03-14 China start-up eyes growth in memory market
China memory start-up GigaDevice Semiconductor Inc. says that it is positive about its development in the local memory market with their strategy based on tapping local advantages and constant technology innovation.
2006-11-16 CDMA phone eyes India's low-tier mobile market
LG Electronics' RD3330 CDMA phone for Indian cellular markets keeps component count and feature set to a minimum to meet aggressive production cost targets.
2008-01-10 Can TI regain baseband dominance?
Going into 2008, the big question is whether TI can regain lost momentum in baseband chips or whether it will continue to decline.
2008-03-17 Broadcom trains sight on mobile
Broadcom Corp. is accelerating its move to 65nm process technology as it sharpens its focus on the cellphone market and beyond
2002-09-01 Bluetooth drives auto multimedia
With the advent of wireless innovations such as Bluetooth, the emerging telematics space invites innovation from automotive, communications, multimedia and computer companies.
2006-12-04 Scalable app processors target wireless handhelds
Marvell has launched its first family of application processors based on Intel's XScale Technology. The PXA3xx series are aimed at such applications as feature handsets, smartphones, GPS navigation systems, wireless handhelds and other consumer electronic devices.
2002-08-06 ON Semiconductor to expand wireless product line
ON Semiconductor has launched a campaign to expand its presence in the portable and wireless markets.
2006-11-22 NXP, Sony partner on contactless IC solution for mobile apps
NFC technology providers NXP Semiconductors and Sony Corp. have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish by mid-year 2007 a joint venture to drive global adoption of contactless smart card apps in mobile phones.
2007-02-09 Low-end handsets will soon have smartphone features
Texas Instruments announced an IC that will offer WLAN, Bluetooth, and FM transmitter/receiver technology on a single chip and said its goal is to get the capabilities to the mass market.
2012-04-30 Handsets, tablets to drive slight increase in IC sales
IHS stated that global semiconductor revenue is expected to reach an estimated $324.6 billion this year, up 4.3 percent from $311.4 billion last year.
2002-09-05 Chartered preps 0.185m SiGe process
Chartered Semiconductor Mfg will expand its foundry service offerings to the communications sector by rolling out a 0.185m SiGe BiCMOS manufacturing capability in 2H of 2003
2008-10-01 Cellphones push mobile growth in rural India
It is not the gleaming edifices housing thousands of software engineers nor the bustling cities caught up in perennial traffic jams, but the bleak, endless landscapes of 600,000 villages in India that is becoming the next frontier for mobile handset makers to conquer.
2008-06-23 AuthenTec offers TouchStone to waterproof cellphones
According to AuthenTec, its TouchStone fingerprint sensor packaging technology will enable future generations of waterproof cellphones.
2003-01-17 AMD, M-Systems expand development agreement
AMD and M-Systems have expanded their agreement to jointly develop a customer-specific suite of hardware and software solutions targeted for mobile data storage products.
2008-03-06 Phone evolves to become smart widgets
It is interesting to look at the different ways that HTC and Nokia, two companies that have very competitive and successful smart-phone offerings, arrived at their latest products
2003-07-30 Network analyzers offer 5?s per point speed
The R3770 and R3768 network analyzers from Advantest offer a two-fold improvement over previous company offerings
2004-07-21 Zoran targets multimedia, HDTV
Levy Gerzberg was a few blocks away at Stanford University when Jim Clark took his Geometry Engine technology and founded Silicon Graphics Inc.
2008-09-18 Wireless firm targets to bridge WiMAX, LTE
Continuous Computing Inc. has unveiled a hardware and software suite to allow network operators to upgrade from 3G to 4G wireless broadband.
2007-07-02 The anatomy of the digital home
Parks defines the "digital home" as having two-way connectivity between two or more subsystems thus, it must start with a reliable, robust and secure wired and wireless platform fed by a broadband connection.
2002-08-07 Startup puts Bluetooth transceiver into Game Boy
A small startup in the U.S. has tucked a Bluetooth RF transceiver and protocol-translation FPGA into a cartridge format compatible with the Nintendo Game Boy Color and Advance platforms.
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