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2013-12-18 Avago, LSI merger underscores evolving IC industry
Avago Technologies revealed it will purchase LSI for $6.6 billion in cash and loans in a deal that may see their revenue growth slower, but with significantly higher profit.
2011-02-16 Atmel, Nvidia design kit enables next-gen mobile devices
Nvidia's Tegra 2 ARM-based processor and Atmel's mXT1386 touch-screen chipset will help OEMs fast-track development of Android-based smartphones, tablet PCs and other mobile Internet devices.
2012-08-21 Asia-Pacific's OEMs capitalize on home turf in chip spending
Locally based companies of the Asia-Pacific region have become leaders in chip spending growth.
2005-08-24 Asia all set for triple-play, says Tundra exec
With the goal of carrying voice, data and video over a single IP carrier, the networking industry is now driving the evolution of wired and wireless carrier systems with the introduction of triple-play applications.
2009-12-15 ARM invasion moves past mobile market
ARM claims 15 new processor licenses, including four next-generation processors, for a broad range of markets including digital TV, MCUs, HDDs and networking applications.
2015-08-05 Are smartphones getting too hot?
Premium smartphones require a delicate balance between performance and battery life. With increases in performance, are phones getting too hot?
2008-06-04 Are mobile apps losing their magic touch?
With no big new features on the immediate horizon for cellphones, mobile application processors and media accelerators are on the decline.
2014-04-09 Apps processor revenues profit from 64bit, multi-core techs
A market research firm projected a revenue growth of roughly $37.2 billion for application processors in mobile devices in 2008, driven by the latest technologies and a push for integrated devices.
2015-03-24 Apple shifts more A9 processor orders to TSMC
According to industry insiders, TSMC will take two-thirds and perhaps more of the A9 processor orders from Apple. It looks like TSMC's 16nm yield is better than Samsung's 14nm yield.
2011-10-06 Apple leads smartphone wars... for how long?
The recently unveiled iPhone 4S shows that smartphone trend is no longer about breakthroughs.
2014-07-28 Apple finds room to grow in China
The iPhone maker's financial results marked a turnaround in the market dominated by Samsung. The China sales boom stemmed in part from Apple's partnership with China Mobile.
2008-07-17 Apple eludes key players in new iPhone
After the trend it set with its original iPhone, Apple Inc. has shunned top-tier chipmakers for many of the major sockets its latest model released recently.
2013-01-17 Apple cuts iPhone 5 part orders in half, says report
In a recent report by the Wall Street Journal, Apple is cutting orders for the iPhone 5 screens to half of what the company previously planned while also cutting orders for its other components.
2011-10-07 API specs enable power efficient 4G phones
OpenET Alliance has announced its envelope tracking interface to develop 4G handsets that require 30-50 percent less energy.
2011-02-28 Android predicted to eclipse Nokia
Smartphones' 2010 shipments are up 71 percent from the previous year. As Android-based phone makers' market share soared to 24 percent, Nokia's share dropped to 33 percent.
2009-04-16 Android extends beyond cellphones
The Google-designed Android platform is reaching out beyond the mobile phone and will soon enter STBs, TVs, VoIP phones, Karaoke boxes and digital photo frames.
2013-01-30 AndEBench benchmark tool updated, publishes results
Data gathered by the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium's Android benchmark tool showed that the Asus PadFone 2 tops the list for native processor performance, followed by LG and Samsung.
2011-04-08 Analysts weigh in on TI-National Semi deal
TI's acquisition of National Semi will make it the world's third largest semiconductor company.
2010-07-13 Analysts weigh in on Semicon 2010
Unlike last year's event, which was depressing due to the IC downturn, the industry is looking forward to a better Semicon West. Analysts weigh in on the mood entering into the event.
2010-01-19 Analysts hail Apple, Qualcomm CES winners
Analysts were left upbeat and singled out Apple and Qualcomm as two of the big winners from the CES, although they cited overcrowded markets and carrier bandwidth as two limiting factors to watch.
2008-05-05 Analysts debate prospects of MEMS accelerometers in cellphones
Industry analysts are divided over how quickly motion-sensing MEMS devices, such as accelerometers, will see volume uptake in cellphones, despite the rapid penetration of MEMS-based silicon microphones and RF switches into the handsets.
2009-12-22 Analyst sees 794M touchscreens shipping in 2012
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan's Global Touchscreen ICs Market Outlook finds that market shipped 377 million units in 2008 and estimates this to reach 794 million units in 2012.
2015-03-11 Analyst highlights telco trends from MWC 2015
Frost & Sullivan revealed that SDN and network function virtualisation (NFV) are gaining traction, while small cells are playing a larger role in the evolution of global telecommunications.
2009-10-14 Analysis: Will Tessera's optics venture pay off?
Realizing the need for new engine for growth Tessera ventured into the imaging and optics market in hopes to replicate its success in DRAM IP.
2009-06-17 Analysis: SiRF's ticket to survival
SiRF Technology Holdings Inc. is not in a good place. The GPS chip supplier faces a declining market for PNDs; increasingly tougher competition for design-wins in mobile handsets; and on-going legal entanglements with Global Locate.
2008-08-13 Analysis: iPhone opens door for cellphone revolution
Now that Apple has crystallized the concept of the Web-ready phone, the question is how this mobile platform will evolve in today's hypercompetitive environment.
2010-09-01 Analysis: Intel's wireless invasion not a sure win
Intel is acquiring Infineon's wireless business, thus turning into a supplier of wireless transceivers for cellphones, but its success is not assured.
2009-06-09 Analysis: How CEVA defies economic crunch
Despite the current economic downturn, DSP core intellectual property supplier, CEVA Inc. has a story with a happyand surprisingending.
2009-11-26 Analysis: How Apple is changing the CE industry
Apple is already a great CE company. It's hard to argue against it. But the question is whether it has secured its position as king of the consumer market in the future.
2008-12-10 Analysis: China IC industry battles slowdown
The mad rush to invest on the emerging Chinese semiconductor industry is slowing down. The fever has been in fact cooling since a year ago, well before the credit crisis hit the global market.
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