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2007-03-19 After some gaming, PS3 can do protein folding
Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. announced that its PS3 systems will be able to connect to Stanford University's Folding@home distributed computing program.
2012-11-15 Wii-U expected to sell like hotcakes
IHS iSuppli predicts that Nintendo's Wii U will experience a fast start. But in the long run, the console will struggle to match its predecessors numbers.
2015-03-31 Why minimise vampire power consumption
Standby mode is an energy drain that needs to be reconsidered. More has to be done in saving energy on a global basis, however such small but ubiquitous changes can have a great impact.
2012-01-03 Unraveling Sony Vita
In the significant sockets of Sony's Playstation Vita, you can find IBM, Toshiba, Qualcomm and Avago.
2003-07-22 TI licenses Sendo smartphone patents
Texas Instruments has entered into a smartphone patent licensing technology agreement with Sendo.
2010-11-15 Teardown: Kinect Xbox 360 add on has PrimeSense, Marvell, TI, ST parts
a teardown analysis performed by UBM TechInsights of Microsoft Corp.'s Kinect motion-gaming add on for its Xbox 360 found chips made by PrimeSense, Marvell, TI and STMicroelectronics.
2013-09-03 ST debuts 3-axis MEMS accelerometer for augmented reality
The LIS344AHH full-scale range is user-selectable up to 6g or 18g, enhancing performance over similar devices that measure up to 16g.
2010-10-21 Sony PlayStation Move teardown
The $99 Sony PlayStation Move bundle is powered by devices from STMicroelectronics, Kionx, CSR, AKM Semiconductor and OmniVision Technologies.
2011-12-12 Sony CTO details next-gen chip requirements
Sony's Masaaki Tsuruta detailed at the International Electron Devices Meeting the requirements needed for next-generation gaming chips.
2013-11-13 SoC processors boost Nvidia revenue in Q3
The Tegra 4 has driven the firm's revenue to $1,054 million in Q3, up 7.9 percent from $977.2 million in Q2, but remained down 12.5 percent YoY.
2003-02-28 Silicon collaboration to develop next-gen RDRAM chipset
Silicon Integrated Systems Corp. has collaborated with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, ASUSTeK Computer Inc., and Rambus Inc., on the development of a next-generation RDRAM-based chipset - the SiSR659.
2003-11-17 Seven requirements for GPRS/UMTS terminals
The profitable development of mobile communications involves assigning fundamental importance to seven main requirements covered in this article.
2011-08-22 SDK helps accelerate stereo 3D development
The AMD Quad Buffer SDK for AMD HD3D technology offers a tool for developers engaged in building stereo 3D capabilities into upcoming game titles.
2003-05-28 Saitek selects Cypress wireless solutions
Saitek has announced that they will begin developing wireless video game products using Cypress' 2.4GHz WirelessUSB solutions.
2007-07-04 PS3 Japan sales trail behind Wii, 6:1
Nintendo Wii game consoles extended its knockout streak for a fourth month as it outsold against Sony's PlayStation 3 (PS3) in Japan by a ratio of over 6 to 1.
2006-07-17 Plain I?C bus to get speed makeover
Designers at Royal Philips Electronics have upped the speed of the venerable I?C serial bus by 250 percent, thus improving data transfer speeds as well as response to control commands.
2009-04-21 Performing offset calibration using the MMA7660FC
Offset calibration is very important for applications such as tilt for gaming and hand gesturing on mobile phones/PMP/PDA devices. This application note will describe how to do offset calibration for the MMA7660FC with a microcontroller.
2012-04-04 Nvidia rolls GPUs based on Kepler architecture
The GeForce GTX 680 GPU features the Nvidia GPU Boost technology that adjusts GPU speeds to maximize gaming performance while touting lower levels of power consumption.
2006-03-16 Mobile TV may outpace 3D offerings in handsets
In the race to pack advanced media features into handsets, 3D graphics for gaming is lagging, while mobile TV is gaining, according to ATI Technologies.
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.
2012-04-24 Kontron COM Express modules for PCI based designs
With support for Direct X 11 and OpenGL 4.0, the Computer-on-Modules COMe-cOH2 claim to offer the latest graphics features and bring a new user experience to SFF gaming and Kiosk POI/POS systems.
2012-07-27 HiWave launches audio platform for next-gen headsets
Audio transducers turn 3D-gaming and sports glasses into multimedia headsets
2014-05-12 High-end GPUs drive up Nvidia's revenue
The chip maker's revenues ascended 75 per cent from last year, citing a strong demand for its high-end GPUs as the business pace in the PC gaming segment strengthens.
2013-03-28 Energy saving lessons promoted through smartphone app
The BeAware EnergyLife app is designed like a game to entice consumer to treat energy saving as a fun activity and has reduced energy consumption by up to 19 per cent in test groups.
2007-05-16 Discrete GPUs deliver immersive visual experience
The ATI Radeon HD 2000 series offered by AMD is a top-to-bottom line of ten discrete graphics processors for both desktop and mobile platforms.
2010-09-23 Consumer analog market rebound coming up
Databeans says new gadgets to spur special purpose consumer analog market
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.
2007-11-12 Broadcom, EA bring popular game titles to handsets
Broadcom and EA have signed an agreement to enable popular EA Mobile game titles on mobile phones powered by Broadcom solutions.
2008-02-04 AMD teraflop GPU pushes game realism beyond HD
AMD 18179 has released the ATI Radeon HD 3870 X2 GPU, expanding the visual boundaries of PC gaming beyond the 1,080p HD threshold.
2013-01-18 AMD sues former staff for theft of trade secrets
AMD filed a suit which claims that four of its ex-employees made off with documents, including secrets about technology which will be used for the next generation of gaming consoles.
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