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2007-06-21 Security spec proposed for HDDs
The ad hoc Trusted Computing Group this week released for industry review a specification for securing storage devices.
2007-02-01 Ensure strong security in mobile transactions
Mobile handsets are being looked to increasingly act as transactional mechanisms. But before we reach that point of complete convergence, there is the issue of security that needs to be addressed first
2008-11-04 Smart card processors promise high security in cellphones
STMicroelectronics has launched two new product families for cellphone SIM cards that allow mobile network operators to enhance differentiation and expand revenue growth by delivering richer services to subscribers
2006-05-08 SanDisk, Philips join forces on cellphone payment
SanDisk has struck a deal with Philips to embed the Philips SmartMX smartcard controller chip in certain types of flash memory cards to allow them to be used for NFC to pay for things.
2003-02-05 National, Validity partner on fingerprint security solution
National Semiconductor Corp. and Validity Inc. have partnered to develop a unique fingerprint imaging security solution for smart cards, remote controls, notebook computers, cellphones, PDAs, key fobs, and other devices
2006-03-29 MCUs target cellphone smart cards
Renesas announced three 32bit smart card microcontroller models incorporating large-capacity EEPROM together with mask ROM.
2003-02-12 Java accelerator blends with memories to fit into cellphone
NanoAmp Solutions Inc. claims it has Flash and packaging partners who will make as early as May the combo chips for <$4 premium over the existing memory devices.
2005-03-16 Fingerprint sensor touts security
A new tinier biometric fingerprint sensor from AuthenTec combines security, navigation and personalization functionality in the industry's smallest package for cellphones
2006-02-16 Confused about security of VoIP over WLAN
WLAN IP or converged cellular/WLAN phones pose many security problems. Here's how to solve them
2006-02-17 Cellphone could crack RFID tags, says cryptographer
A well known cryptographer has applied power analysis techniques to crack passwords for the most popular brand of RFID tags.
2005-02-10 Authentication IC offers high security
Intersil announced what it bills as the industry's most cost-effective, fixed secret hash engine, authentication IC.
2010-03-17 AuthenTec expands security portfolio via SafeNet deal
AuthenTec has taken over SafeNet Inc.'s embedded security solutions division in a cash and stock transaction to further strengthen its security and identity management solutions offering
2010-05-21 AuthenTec brings fingerprint security to handsets
AuthenTec has won its first cellphone design for the Africa and Middle East markets with the AuthenTec ATW310 (formerly Atrua) fingerprint sensor
2007-09-17 UWB to boost cellphone connectivity
UWB has been around for nearly half a decade as a demonstrable technology. It is appearing in the form of ICs that will be used to implement Certified Wireless USB in PCs and peripherals. How long will it be before UWB is deployed in mobile phones?
2010-06-21 Fujitsu, Toshiba merge cellphone biz ops
Fujitsu Ltd and Toshiba Corp. have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to merge their mobile phone businesses.
2008-03-25 Authentication ICs secure cellphone batteries
Intersil has introduced advanced and flexible battery authentication ICs for cellphones, featuring the company's FlexiHash technology.
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.
2004-10-18 Trusted platform modules eye embedded
TPMs implement trusted-computing security objectives in a low-power, high-performance hardware/software combination
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset
2006-02-07 ST, France Tlcom partner on R&D
ST and France Tlcom announced they have signed a R&D partnership agreement to jointly analyze and define end-to-end services and platform requirements.
2006-08-01 Spansion, SanDisk move to secure mobile systems
Spansion Inc. and SanDisk Corp. are using different approaches to tackle the ever-growing need for security in mobile systems
2004-12-16 Space-based GPS lowers costs
Developing a satellite may be expensive, but integrating a GPS receiver may trim down costs.
2005-02-01 SDR is not yet on call
The technology for SDRs has been around for years but it hasn't found yet its place in the wireless realm.
2009-11-10 Remote handset control cars set to boom
Global shipments of cars equipped with remote control systems are set to rise to 20.7 million units in 2016.
2005-01-17 No-monochrome path to Philips' billion displays
It took Philips 45 years to ship 1 billion displays, but now, CEO Hoskens hopes to reach the next billion in only six or seven years.
2008-09-04 NFC handset trial draws favorable response in UK
Europe's largest trial of NFC technology on mobile phones found that nine out of 10 consumers were satisfied using the technology on cellphone and 78 percent said they would be interested in using contactless services if available
2008-12-04 Mobile to beat PC, TV for consumer affection
Although the cellphone, the TV, and the computer have big roles to play, mobile devices will potentially replace TVs and computers as the electronic devices most central to people's lives
2014-07-04 IC suppliers struggle to reverse plunge in DSC market
IC Insights revealed that stand-alone digital cameras are now being displaced by camera-equipped cellphones, which have improved significantly in picture-taking quality and can instantly send photos.
2008-12-11 Hacking incidents spur need for secure USB memories
The next time you find a USB memory stick in a parking lot or outside your house, think twice before plugging it in. It could cost you your intellectual property or personal identity.
2008-02-28 Fingerprint sensors head into mainstream markets
Fingerprint authentication technology is gaining headway into the mainstream consumer market with the efforts of fingerprint sensor developer AuthenTec as well as other startups.
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