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2005-05-03 Samsung, Microsoft deepen relationship with HDTV games
As part of a strengthening relationship between Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, and Microsoft Corp. the two companies have announced an alliance to moves computer games to high-definition television screens.
2008-03-10 CCID: Markets for computer room products, scopes grow in China
China's electronic special equipment and instrument market showed healthy growth in 2007, according to CCID Consulting.
2002-06-27 ASML opens training center in Arizona
ASML has opened a training center near its headquarters in Tempe, Arizona, to educate customers and employees on the latest developments and techniques in manufacturing semiconductors.
2007-12-06 Sony PSP kicks in slimmer form
In September 2007, Sony released the PSP Slim and Lite, which offers the same functionality as the original, and then some, but in a smaller overall form factor.
2002-05-13 Sharp preps LCD panel to show >1 billion colors
Sharp Systems of America claims to have raised the bar on color LCDs. Its LL-T1820, flagship of a new family of LCD desktop monitors, incorporates what's said to be the first LCD panel in a commercial product capable of showing >1 billion colors.
2012-01-04 Non-profit to release $25 PC
The ultra-low-cost computer was conceptualized for use in teaching computer programming, as well as for greater educational use in the developing world
2002-03-26 MicronPC selects ATI's graphics processor for its notebook
MicronPC has selected ATI Technologies' MOBILITY RADEON 7500 graphics processor for its TransPort GX3 notebook computer
2002-09-01 ICCAD adds panels, workshops for designers
This year's International Conference on Computer-Aided Design show will feature design-related papers and panels, as well as workshops on open source and open standards
2002-11-14 Gaming boom drives low-power chip design
The boom in the electronic-gaming industry, which is continuing even as the personal computer market is shrinking, is stoking the demand for faster microprocessors that must also consume less power
2005-08-01 For PS3's creator, this isn't a game
Sony's Ken Kutaragi turns his vision into a reality as he sets a computer revolution in motion with the new Cell-powered PS3
2002-07-25 Expanded conference aims to attract designers
The 2002 ICCAD will try to attract designers by featuring design-related papers and panels, as well as a workshop on open-source and open standards, organizers said.
2009-02-13 Dell drags Linux-ARM combo into Wintel PC
The Dell Latitude E4200 and E4300 laptop computers run a version of Linux as an "instant-on" OS running on hardware with flash memory that is separate to the main Windows Vista or XP OS running on an Intel Core2 Duo processor.
1999-12-22 Computers of the next millennium: Unplugged
My daughter is fairly computer literate and does not give much thought to the Y2K problem or the possibility of computers/software failing at the end of the millennium. But my wife lives in terror, fearing that planes will fall out of the sky, power utilities will fail (not mention computer banking systems), and even the
2004-05-14 Cell processor to debut in fourth quarter
Sony Corp., Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. and IBM Corp. jointly announced that the first application of the cell processor will be a workstation for a digital content creation
2016-01-18 AI that bested shogi expert now wants to decide loans
Japanese start-up Heroz Inc. is hoping the lessons Ponanza learned during its shogi matches can be applied "to the crunching of data for banks deciding whether customers are creditworthy."
2011-05-31 PC sales to grow 38.5% by 2014
Personal computer sales are projected to be boosted by rapid sales in developing countries and by growing consumer demand for tablet PCs, growing by more than 38.5 percent by 2014, according to IC Insights
2007-05-25 Console war is no kids' game
Videogame systems have come a long way from the days of a paddle and a bouncing ballinteractive games, online play and realistic graphics have moved gaming from something that only kids play to a pastime of many
2014-10-13 Start-up designs high-quality PC TV
The G-Pack is a souped-up PC that hides behind a flat screen TV, providing streaming video, PC games, a Blu-ray player and more
2006-03-07 ST claims first 128Mbit serial flash device
STMicroelectronics announced a new 128Mbit serial flash device, the M25P128, which is intended for code storage in a range of computer and consumer applications
2013-03-22 Space and time trade-offs in advanced computing
Here's an examination of real world trade-offs of time and space, and their impact on our modern mobile computing model. Along the way, we touch on relativistic physics, computer science and science fiction, all in an entertaining and informative look at the continuum
2005-01-25 Sony to boost Playstation production
Aiming to become the de facto entertainment platform, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. intends to boost monthly production of its Playstation Portable (PSP) to three million units by the end of the year
2005-07-26 Sony maps software development environment for Playstation 3
With the debut of Playstation 3 scheduled for next spring, Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. has announced strategic alliances with several companies and an acquisition all aimed at launching software development for the game console
2010-09-16 Sandy Bridge connects Intel to future PCs
Intel has revealed some information about its Sandy Bridge family of heterogeneous computer processors that are expected to ship before April 2011
2007-07-31 Pixelworks, ASUSTeK bring quality video to PCs
Pixelworks and ASUSTeK Computer have formed a strategic partnership to bring high-quality video processing to PC products
2009-03-19 Nvidia technology to go into PS3
Nvidia Corp. has signed a tools and middleware license agreement for PlayStation3 (PS3) with Sony Computer Entertainment Inc
2010-07-13 Microchip grants PCT limited NOR flash license
Microchip Technology Inc. has granted an exclusive limited license to sell serial NOR flash products from its Silicon Storage Technology subsidiary to Taiwan's Professional Computer Technology Ltd (PCT
2009-03-04 Make engineering fun for kids
This is my story about how I got a second chance and went on to develop a computer game to make and keep engineering fun for students in the middle school and high school grades
2013-12-02 KTH researchers develop interactive, social robot
With a computer-generated, animated face that is rear-projected on a 3D mask, Furhat can test various interactive technologies such as speech synthesis, speech recognition and eye-tracking
2007-04-12 Intel speeds up quad-core desktop processors
Intel has introduced a faster quad-core desktop chip aimed at gaming fans, digital design professionals and computer enthusiasts
2007-02-20 Ultrasmall tactile switch targets handheld devices
Targeting handheld devices, the B3U switches from Omron use 75 percent of the volumetric space of similar models in a space of 9mm3 versus 12-16mm3.
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