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2006-08-02 Wind River unrolls Linux for networking, handheld apps
Wind River Systems has announced its fourth-generation release of Linux aimed at networking equipment and handheld devices including cell phones.
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.
2007-07-19 Ultrasmall detection switch targets handheld devices
Omron Electronic Components LLC has introduced the D3SH series of ultrasmall, low-profile detection switches.
2006-11-27 Ultraslim scroll wheel suits handheld devices
Avago Technologies has introduced an easy to use ultra-slim scroll wheel input device for use in mobile phones, portable audio and video players and entertainment consoles.
2003-11-07 Tyco connectors target portable, handheld devices
Tyco Electronics, Elastomeric Technologies has developed the Gold STAX connectors that provide designers of portable and handheld devices with more flexibility over traditional mechanical stacking connectors in board-to-board interconnections.
2005-06-06 Tri-color LEDs target mobile devices
Featuring one of the industry's smallest package sizes, Agilent has introduced two side-firing, tri-color, surface-mount LEDs housed in a miniature 2.5-by-1-by-1mm package
2004-11-11 Tiny display optimized for video on handheld devices
Sharp developed a new 2.2-inch QCIF+ Advanced-TFT LCD module that is capable of displaying full-motion video and images on a standard cellphone size display.
2007-07-02 Tap capacitive sensor UI in next-gen CE devices
A more efficient and reliable alternative to resistive touchscreens is a thin, transparent, capacitive sensor touchscreen that embedded users can place over any viewable surface for input and navigation.
2005-11-21 Tact switches suit handheld devices
ITT Electronic Components has launched a new series of low-profile, keypad tactile switches that combine performance, usability and long life for handheld device apps
2009-07-31 ST taps GlobalFoundries for 40nm low-power devices
STMicroelectronics and GlobalFoundries have teamed up to develop products based on 40nm low-power (LP) bulk silicon technology.
2007-02-02 Software aims for interoperability of CE devices
Armed with a newly developed interconnection software technology, startup Dartdevices is working on one of the most stubborn challenges dogging the CE industry: the lack of interoperability among different systems.
2015-05-11 Smart switch reduces heat in handheld devices
Micrel introduced the 3A ORing smart switch MIC1344, which is designed for handheld devices such as wall adapters and auxiliary battery power sources.
2005-11-23 Small display touts high brightness for handheld devices
One Stop Displays launched its new 3.5-inch full VGA transflective TFT display with 6-bit color (262 K colors) for pocket PCs and other handheld devices.
2005-08-18 ROHS-compliant TFT display from OSD suits handheld devices
One Stop Displays targets cellphones, PDAs and high information content handheld instrument applications with its new RoHS-compliant 3.5-inch portrait mode QVGA transflective thin-film-transister display
2006-05-25 RGB LED backlights target handheld devices
Displaytech Ltd offers a series of RGB LED backlights for its chip-on-glass (COG) LCDs with composite red, green and blue LEDs.
2007-02-21 Power MOSFETs suit ultrathin handheld devices
With a low vertical clearance of 0.5mm, the SOT-723 packaged power MOSFETs from ON Semi satisfy the requirements of new-generation ultrathin handheld portable devices.
2006-03-03 PA module tailored for WCDMA devices
RF Micro Devices Inc. announced the availability of the RF5184 linear power amplifier module, which is designed for WCDMA wireless handheld devices and is a dual-band product that supports Region 2 (1,850-1,910MHz) and Region 5/6 (824-849MHz).
2008-03-12 OVP controller protects USB-charging devices
ON Semiconductor has introduced an integrated OVP controller dedicated to USB charging protection in portable and consumer devices
2006-03-10 Nvidia, Intel to bring 3D gaming to handheld devices
Nvidia Corp. announced that it has combined the processing capabilities of the NVIDIA GoForce with Intel's Monahans to deliver a powerful development platform to content developers.
2003-03-24 NSC ships power management ICs for handheld apps
National Semiconductor Corp. has announced the release of a series of mixed-signal power and lighting management ICs for use in handheld devices.
2004-11-16 National LED IC drivers suit handheld apps
National announced a new family of LED IC drivers designed for portable handheld devices such as cellphones, smart phones, GPS and PDAs.
2012-07-05 MOSFET claim lowest on-resistance for n-channel devices
Low on-resistance ratings down to 9.4 milliohms at 4.5 V of Vishay's new SiA436DJ MOSFET improve efficiency and cut power consumption.
2011-10-21 Mobile devices push mobile processor market
The growth of the mobile device market will also bolster sales for the mobile processor market.
2011-01-17 Microsoft launches new OS to power enterprise handheld devices
Microsoft's Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5 will power enterprise handheld devices while enabling efficient data input and secure connection to existing enterprise infrastructure.
2006-06-06 Micro RF cable assemblies target handheld devices
Samtec has added its RF081 and RF113 micro RF cable assemblies to its product portfolio for low-profile panel-to-board and cable-to-board apps.
2006-06-29 Marvell to purchase Intel's smart handheld processor biz
Marvell and Intel announced that they have signed an agreement for Intel to sell its communications and application processor business to Marvell.
2002-12-17 Low-voltage MCU aims at handheld remote systems
Fairchild Semiconductor's ACE1502 is an ultralow-voltage MCU IC that is aimed for portable electronic designs.
2005-12-12 LCD module reduces size, cost for handheld devices
CSTNCanada introduced a new 128 x 64 pixel chip-on-glass (COG) display with white LED backlighting. This new 2.7-inch LCD module uses COG technology to reduce its size and cost.
2004-04-22 LCD backlight solutions in handheld devices
This paper aims to facilitate the component selection process when implementing LCD backlights.
2014-07-18 Lattice FPGAs take smart devices to the next level
In addition to programmable fabric, the iCE40 Ultra FPGA family also contains a suite of hard IP cores that make smart devices smarter while reducing power consumption
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