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2006-11-23 Cheap laptops for kids roll off in China
The first 1,000 laptops developed by the One Laptop Per Child organization have rolled off an assembly line in China
2007-09-26 OLPC announces laptop sales strategy shift
The OLPC initiative is expected to announce a program that will allow U.S. and Canadian consumers to purchase two of the organization's XO laptops, one for themselves and one that will be delivered to a child in a developing nation.
2007-06-07 Intel, Asustek bare $200 laptop plan
Intel and Asustek have revealed plans to manufacture education-focused low-cost mobile PCs, Reuters reported.
2006-11-28 First look at OLPC's $100 laptop
A few insiders are taking a closer look at the first batch of $100 laptops to roll off the production lines in Shanghai as part of the One Laptop Per Child
2007-03-22 China firm eyes One Laptop per Child project
A PC maker in China is looking to get in on the One Laptop Per Child project using machines powered by the locally designed Loongson microprocessor
2009-09-17 Netbooks push laptops to up battery life
Netbooks shook the computing arena as they cost a couple of hundred dollars less than laptops, offered lower performance, as they were supposed to, but offered better battery life.
2015-04-21 PC-peak is history: Industry preps for further decline
The reluctance by the PC user base to upgrade to new OS and hardware hurt the industry big time, and to make matters worse, market analysts say that PC companies should buckle up for more roadblocks.
2000-07-01 Wireless future: At what cost?
I recently attended "Bluetooth Geneva," a conference sponsored by UK-based IIR Limited. Bluetooth, a proposal by cellphone makers Nokia and Ericsson along with computer makers IBM, Intel and Toshiba, is now endorsed by over 1,600 manufacturers. That this technology is hot is evidenced by the questions from the Taiwanese engineers at the executive panel discussion, "Interfacing for the Millennium," sponsored by Global Sources during the IIC-Taipei conference in May. Bluetooth was intended to link portable PCs and cellphones with a short distance wireless link. In principle, it will enable you to download an address book from your PC to your cellphone. Though it frequency hops at 2.45GHz, the Bluetooth transceiver was conceived as dumb, low power (10mW), and cheap
2013-11-08 Building your own prototyping lab
Know the important pieces of equipment beginners should acquire first.
2011-06-23 Upcoming technologies push power revolution
Several electronic technologies are playing high-profile roles in power revolution, among them 3D transistors, solid-state lighting, energy harvesting, superconducting cable and silicon carbide components.
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.
2011-09-22 Rough year for the chip industry
The sluggish IC market sales this year will be mainly due to the uncertain future of the global economy and mobile system transitions.
2012-08-16 Researchers develop Internet-enabled power outlets
Fraunhofer Institute for Communication Systems ESK revealed a smart wireless power outlet that will allow users to control household appliances via their smartphone and reduce energy costs.
2009-05-26 Netbooks to propel mobile broadband uptake
A new study by Pyramid Research reported that the increased sales of netbooks over the next three to five years will result in higher demand for mobile broadband services, driven by the emerging trend of bundling the low-end computers with mobile data services from specific network operators.
2014-08-14 MIT blazes power electronics trail
Several of its work on ultra high-frequency conversion and ultraminiaturized converters feature size reductions and efficiency improvements for applications including giant server farms, lamps, and handheld devices.
2014-06-09 Manufactured sulphur cathode allows up to 500 cycles
The sulphur used in the Li-S cathode is combined with a carbon-based plastic precursor to prevent them from cracking and keep lithium-sulphur compounds from crystallizing under the stress of cycling.
2000-11-01 Layered strategy suits embedded systems
When the networked computer came along, followed swiftly by Internet appliances such as handheld devices and set-top boxes with Web access, ANT Ltd recognized an opportunity for its Fresco browser.
2007-07-23 iPhone wave catches PC giants
Seeing their core businesses flatten out while sales of smart phones continue to boom, notebook PC giants Dell and HP have rolled out their own line of smart phones with features similar to that of Apple's iPhone.
2012-08-03 Internet-enabled wireless power outlets unveiled
Researchers developed a smart power outlet that will allow users to control household appliances via their smartphone and reduce their energy costs.
2004-12-08 IBM reportedly preparing to sell PC operations
When IBM unveiled its personal computer 23 years ago, it launched the PC era.
2005-06-06 Fast path to wireless
The road to wireless is bumpy, but early planning can prevent disaster
2007-04-27 Dell offers flash drive option in its laptops
Dell said it is offering solid-state flash drives as an option on its Latitude corporate notebooks, a move that potentially makes a better product for people on the road.
2007-07-02 Class conflict hounds mobile WiMAX
Taiwan system vendors are descending on the market en masse. Most expect a spike in demand next year for 802.16e products as carriers in the United States, Europe and Asia throw the switch on broadband wireless networks and as Intel Corp. begins to ship its Wi-Fi/WiMAX module for PCs.
2007-04-18 Bluetooth module shipments to hit 1.6B in '10
Bluetooth module shipments are expected to grow to 1.6 billion in 2010. Between 2006-2010, unit shipments will grow 33 percent per year and revenue will expand from $1.47 billion to more than $3.2 billion.
2015-01-12 Aluminium-air battery uses salt water to recharge
The battery from Fuji Pigment boasts a modified structure that controls anode corrosion and by-product accumulation, which results in longer battery lifetime.
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