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2009-07-16 Analysis: Apple should learn from Motorola's fate
Apple Inc.'s strong growth and torrid market share gains with the iPhone is justifiably celebrated but there is a cautionary tale somewhere in Motorola Inc.'s experience for the PC and consumer electronic equipment company.
2011-09-08 Analogix ignites MYDP vs. MHL battle
Analogix is hoping to tip the uncertain balance of what the best mobility interface is and has joined STMicroelectronics' efforts to push Mobility DisplayPort.
2009-05-21 AnalogicTech stays 'fabless without foundries'
To explain the current issues in analog, EE Times caught up with Richard Williams, president, CEO and chief technology officer of Advanced Analogic Technologies Inc., a fabless analog chip vendor.
2003-08-12 Alliance to accelerate mobile products adoption
A new industry initiative has been launched by founding members ARM, Nokia, STMicroelectronics, and Texas Instruments Inc.
2010-02-11 Alliance pushes for 3G/4G interface spec
Nujira has formed the OpenET Alliance to develop and publish open specifications for envelope tracking interfaces for 3G and 4G platforms.
2005-07-15 Agilent proposes test solution for MCPs
Agilent Technologies unveiled its approach to production memory test systems at the Semicon West show.
2003-03-26 Agilent CMOS modules targeted for mobile phones, PDAs
Agilent Technologies has launched a family of CMOS camera modules for mobile phones and wireless PDAs.
2005-05-24 Aeroflex to pay $81 million for UbiNetics
Aeroflex Inc. is continuing its onslaught on U.K. based test and measurement companies with the proposed purchase, for $81 million in cash, of the group within UbiNetics that specializes in testing of wireless communications equipment and networks.
2012-11-05 Address power, security issues with antifuse tech
Learn how to resolve the new constraints of battery-powered system-on-chip design.
2006-09-05 Action-ready camcorder eyes extreme sports
By eliminating the optomechanics that have dominated the video camera media paradigm for so long, Samsung has developed a flexible, multifeatured camcorder that folds up into a neat little package measuring a mere 10-by-3-by-5.8cm, about the size of a cigarette pack.
2002-03-21 ACCESS, Agilent to roll next-gen wireless test solution
ACCESS Systems America Inc. and Agilent Technologies Inc. have collaborated to develop and deliver test solutions for next-generation mobile phones and wireless data services.
2008-01-18 ABI: TD-SCDMA to face uphill battle outside China
According to ABI Research, TD-SCDMA is likely to face an uphill battle outside of mainland China, even in Hong Kong.
2008-12-16 4M Wireless gets LTE protocol stack design wins
4M Wireless has won a major design-in with Sandbridge Technologies for multimode baseband/multimedia processors for mobile devices. 4M's PS100 LTE protocol stack has already been designed into LTE conformance testers made and being readied by Anite and other testers.
2008-12-29 4G wireless: Far from reality
Don't hold your breath waiting for the next wireless broadband technology. It will be a few more years before we have access to broadband Internet services that are truly wire-free.
2014-07-21 4G upgrade lifts VoLTE market
Revenues for the carrier IP telephony market grew about 19 per cent in 1Q14 and are likely to increase in the coming year driven by the rise of Voice over LTE, according to Dell'Oro.
2006-07-13 3G in China taking longer than expected
3G development in China is taking longer than expected, and pundits are exasperated. Its commercialization will depend on the readiness of TD-SCDMA, which is considered the underdog standard. Will it take three generations for 3G to happen?
2004-12-27 3G falls victim to time warp in China
It may have taken a long time but 2005 may be the year 3G licenses in China are to be issued.
2009-10-15 18Mpixel camera phone, anyone?
It won't be long before your camera phone will turn into a real camera with a real phone. But what will it take to make that happen? And will it affect alleven the most basic phones?
2013-02-13 16-band ET RF front-end targets LTE handsets
The NCT-L1200 ET from Nujira is a multi-mode, multi-band (MMMB) ET reference design that claims to overcome the energy efficiency and frequency band challenges by mobile operators and OEMs.
2009-02-24 'Goodwill' dole outs hurt tech asset value
Asset values at top technology companies worldwide are shrinking as executives implement cost-control actions that often involve significant cash payouts to former employees and also take billions in non-cash goodwill write downs in response to declining valuation on the equity market.
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