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2010-09-08 Analyst casts doubt on Apple TV strategy
IMS Research analyst says new Apple TV may have a hard time competing with household mainstays
2013-05-14 802.11ac WiFi-enabled consumer devices to top 1B units by 2015
The evolution of Wi-Fi continues and we expect the transition to 802.11ac to be faster than it was to 802.11n in the past.
2010-05-27 Wi-Fi finds growing market in consumer electronics
Wi-Fi is fast becoming a must-have feature across a range of devices, as network connectivity migrates into the living room.
2012-01-31 Why compliance to PoE safety standards is crucial when moving beyond 60W
Read about the realities of delivering high-power levels safely and effectively under the latest PoE standard.
2003-01-09 Video de-interlacer IC targets FPDs, projection systems
The Matisse-1 digital video de-interlacer chip is positioned as a cost-effective enhanced video processing solution for FPD systems.
2007-03-01 UDI demise sparks HDMI-DisplayPort battle
With the Unified Display Interface's demise, a new battle to crown a convergence digital display interconnect will play out over the next few years.
2010-01-26 TV adapter wirelessly beams notebook screen on HDTVs
Best Buy is the first retailer to make this new networking solution available to consumers via three laptop models developed with PC OEMs.
2008-01-10 Tool transmits HD video over any transport source
ADI's new HDAnywhere networked entertainment platform distributes HD video content over all popular wireless and wired transmission transports including UWB, 802.11n, coaxial, phoneline and powerline protocols.
2009-06-09 Three alternatives challenge HDMI
At least three companies are fielding new wired alternatives to the HDMI hopes to leapfrog the HDMI 1.4 specification by providing more bandwidth, reach or networking capabilities.
2008-05-05 Take a peek inside Sony's OLED TV
Sony released the first commercial OLED TV in December of 2007 with the code name XEL-1 that offered amazing technical specifications in an extremely small form factor.
2007-11-08 Sweet comeback: LCD frame jazzes up Polaroid
The digital picture frame of Polaroid's XSA-0720S takes full advantage of low-cost LCDs and inexpensive ASSPs to retail end product at very accessible price points.
2011-07-13 ST platform receives Adobe AIR verification
The successful porting of Adobe AIR to the STi7108-based platform has proven that the platform is able to produce rich Internet applications and games for consumer equipment manufacturers.
2013-01-08 ST introduces DOCSIS 3.0 cable-modem ICs
The DOCSIS 3.0 modem SoCs provide up to 16 downlink channels, with four uplink channels, enabling data speeds of up to 800Mb/s downstream and 108Mb/s upstream.
2006-04-17 Specs flap is mobile TV's next test
Speakers at the recent DVB World warned that the incompatibility of two protocols developed to deliver interactivity and content protection to handsets could irreparably splinter the emerging market.
2007-06-19 Sony fields Apple TV challenger
Sony has announced plans to ship a device for streaming Web video to an HDTV, launching the company's first challenger to the Apple TV.
2006-09-01 Solving the MCP memory test challenge
Multichip packages (MCPs) are the standard for cellphones, with nearly all modern cellphones having at least one MCP. Using MCPs allows manufacturers to offer the new multifunction devices while maintaining small form factors.
2015-05-28 Solid smartphone base boosts Xiaomi's CE business
Recently, Bin Lin, president and co-founder of Xiaomi, explained how the company plans to expand its product portfolio beyond smartphones and the company's investment strategy.
2005-05-05 Single-chip TV solution reduces development effort, time
Micronas announced a single-chip TV solution with dedicated features such as 3D comb filter, component input for HDTV signals, and LVDS outputs.
2006-06-19 Semtech unrolls 'first' ultra-small, 6-line ESD shield
Semtech claims to offer the industry's first ultra-small six-line protection device against electrostatic discharge (ESD).
2012-05-04 Selecting the right USB version for your app
Know the varieties of the ubiquitous USB interface so you can make the appropriate choice for your situation.
2007-09-07 SD video filters require 3.3V single supply
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced a family of standard-definition video filters for STBs and portable consumer applications that operate from a single 3.3V supply.
2013-10-30 Samsung plays the field, SDK supports Android and iOS
Samsung aims to create an ecosystem around a broad set of software platforms that compete with offerings from both Apple and Google.
2014-08-20 Samsung intensifies move to connect the home
The SmartThings acquisition estimated to be around $200 million enables Samsung to link two of its previously separate core businesses, consumer electronics and domestic appliances.
2013-12-04 Researchers find way to counter electromagnetic attacks
A team from Fraunhofer INT demonstrated how to defend against electromagnetic attacks, developing a measurement instrument that can detect where the attacks originate.
2012-09-11 Renesas touts SuperSpeed USB hub controller
The ?PD720210 hub controller aims to deliver reduced power consumption and greater compactness in applications that include docking stations, monitors, routers and digital consumer devices.
2015-10-08 Reference design for voice-enabled ZigBee remote controls
Silicon Labs' ZigBee Remote Control reference design promises to cut the need for costly external hardware by implementing a high-quality, software-based audio codec into a single-chip wireless SoC.
2013-08-12 Reducing device power consumption (Part 1)
The first instalment discusses the embedded cyclical states and packet classification.
2011-12-07 Recent discovery reveals graphene stripes
Graphitic superconductors have been shown to contain electronic stripes called 'charge density waves.'
2013-05-29 Protect USB 2.0 interfaces against ESD
Find out how to protect USB 2.0 ports with NXP general-application discretes parts.
2008-10-03 Power switches protect USB ports from sudden tripping
Diodes has released a family of 12 USB power switches, offering a cost effective and small form that may be used for USB ports in multiple consumer and computing applications.
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