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2006-01-01 Integration and Innovation: applications and technological tendencies in China's 2006 electronics industry
3C integration and 3G technologies are predicted technologies to boom in 2006, as Cindy Hu discussed hot applications and technological tendencies in China's 2006 electronics industry.
2005-12-12 WiMedia group pushes alternate route for UWB standard
The WiMedia Alliance has by-passed the IEEE standardization process for UWB networking, and its physical and Media Access Control layers have been approved as the basis of a global UWB standard by Ecma International
2003-07-15 Visionaries see flexible computers using less power
Computers will be more flexible, intelligent, and require less power by the end of the decade.
2006-01-13 Using software synthesis for multiprocessor OS and software development
The next great revolution in computer architecture is certain to be multiprocessing, just as it has always beenalways right around the corner
2014-12-18 Understanding data storage in NVM
Using non-volatile random access memory in an embedded design is straightforward, but its functionality does need to be carefully accommodated as described in this article
2004-01-01 Ubiquitous computing a reality at last
Ubiquitous computing, being connected with anybody at anytime and anywhere, has finally become a reality.
2006-09-05 Toshiba readies U3 smart USB flash devices
TAEC and Toshiba Corp. have announced the forthcoming introduction of TransMemory USB Flash Drives that will bring U3 smart technology into the company's USB lineup
2007-05-24 T-Mobile phone trumps iPhone with Wi-Fi offering
T-Mobile unveiled May 22 a Wi-Fi-equipped mobile phone developed by Taiwan's High Tech Computer Corp., and the first U.S. phone to run Microsoft's Windows Mobile 6 OS
2006-12-01 Startup offers smart antennas on microstrips
Pinyon Technology is demonstrating a steerable smart-antenna technology that can be implemented in very small microstrips on FR4, or even on single chips
2012-10-30 ST's team of experts work on digital-security SHA-3
Cryptography experts from STMicroelectronics joined American National Institute of Standards and Technology's competition, which aimed to select a successor to the Secure Hash Algorithm SHA-2
2002-06-26 Silicon Labs telephony chipset saves up to 75 percent board space
Silicon Laboratory Inc. has announced the release of the Si3050 two-chip telephony solution that is claimed by the company to provide full feature telephone interface but saves up to 75 percent of board space.
2004-03-25 Sharp unit to license IP from U.S. labs
Artificial-intelligence technology that could change the way busy sports fans get their fix was among the licensable intellectual property unveiled on Tuesday (March 23, 2004) by the newly formed Sharp Technology Ventures
2010-06-01 Self-assembling protein to enable faster computing
A protein found in every cell of the human body, could become a self-assembler of future information processing systems that are smaller, faster and cheaper than today's computer circuitry
2002-08-07 Security concerns threaten privacy, TI fellow says
Technology-based improvements to airport security check-ins could easily lead to invasions of individual privacy, says Texas Instruments senior fellow Gene Frantz
2007-03-14 Seagate puts 'first' encrypting HDD on ASI laptop
Seagate Technology said that Momentus 5400 FDE.2 (Full Disc Encryption), the world's 'first' encrypting 2.5inch notebook PC hard disk drive, is shipping to ASI Computer Technologies' C8015 whitebook laptop system
2006-05-19 SBC delivers over 400Gflops
Mercury Computer Systems announced the availability of the Momentum series CP3-102 single board computer
2006-12-01 Russia tech growth hinges on government push
Russia ranks near the bottom of the ladder among participants in the world's electronics and semiconductor markets, but the country has the technical resources to forge a formidable industry presence.
2007-05-01 Rethinking data-plane processing in networks
True 3G technology must support data rates of 2Gbps or above per user. This leap in data rate has forced network vendors to rethink how they implement data-plane processing in their networks
2003-06-19 Report sheds light on China's evolving R&D centers
Foreign computer makers based in China are paving the way for a raft of electronics companies
2004-07-01 Renesas MCU with 48MHz maximum operating frequency
Renesas Technology introduced its H8SX/1582F single-chip microcontroller unit for industrial and OA apps
2003-12-10 Range of Wi-Fi chip sets expanded
Three-year-old Motia came out of stealth mode last week to announce its first product, an analog signal-processing chip that brings smart-antenna technology to 2.4-GHz WLAN cards and access points. The Stamford, Conn.-based startup claims its Javelin chip can improve the gain of existing 802.11b and .11g signals by 6 to 18 dB
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.
2009-10-29 Nepal, Vietnam rural schools get broadband-connected
Qualcomm Inc. and non-profit organization Room to Read, have equipped wireless computer labs with 3G CDMA broadband Internet connectivity in rural schools in Nepal and Vietnam
2004-01-21 NEC licenses USB OTG tech from TransDimension
TransDimension, a provider of USB connectivity solutions for embedded applications, announced that NEC Electronics Corp. has licensed its USB On-The-Go (OTG) technology to integrate into their next-generation LSI chip for 3G mobile phones
2008-03-04 More bandwidth at less power with new IBM optical tech
Researchers at IBM have unveiled a prototype optical technology that could bring massive amounts of bandwidth in an energy-efficient way to all kinds of machinesfrom supercomputers to cellphones
2008-05-01 MLC adds muscle to NAND
As solid-state drives change the way data is stored, several major memory chip vendors are applying their multilevel-cell technology prowess to this burgeoning market, helping to bring the NAND-based storage architecture forward, particularly for mobile electronics
2013-02-27 MIT Quad HD TV chip promises 4x resolution
The video coding standard that come to be known as ultra high-def (UHD), Quad HD or 4K claims to quadruple the resolution of current HD video.
2005-03-14 Metrowerks, Xoreax to speed-up console game development
An exclusive agreement between Freescale Semiconductor's Metrowerks organization and Xoreax Software promises faster game development to run on console gaming platforms from Sony Computer Entertainment and Nintendo
2002-08-15 MEN PC-MIP mezzanine card delivers FRAM
MEN Micro Inc.'s mezzanine card for the new PCI-based PC-MIP mezzanine standard can provide up to 512KB of NVFRAM without needing a battery.
2008-09-24 McCreary debuts, flaunts remote features
Intel Corp. has launched the third generation vPro Technology platform. Formerly codenamed "McCreary," the platform presents solutions to the major challenges facing the computing world today: security attacks, energy costs and manageability
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