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2009-12-10 WHDI group completes 5GHz wireless video spec
The WHDI Consortium has finalized the specification for wireless video over a 5GHz variant of Wi-Fi based on technology from startup chip designer Amimon
2008-06-17 Optical module targets high-def video market
Omron is set to showcase at the InfoComm 2008 Show its transmitter optical module and the receiver optical module, targeting the high-definition video market
2006-01-16 High-def camera is on-chip
Three veterans have reunited to form a startup that aims to bring consumer cameras into the high-definition arena.
2009-05-13 Adobe-ARM smart phone video promise needs more time
Adobe Systems and ARM aim to bring Web video to a wide range of mobile systems with the Adobe Flash Player 10, but the software may not be widely available until early next year
2006-03-01 High def heads for masses
Support for copy-protected high-definition video is poised to come to mainstream PCs and camcorders as early as 2007
2008-04-04 Booming video surveillance market grabs the limelight
Video surveillance is suddenly "the fastest-growing market for [digital] video chip providers." Mobilygen president and CEO Chris Day made that comment shortly after wrapping up a trip to China, where video surveillance applications are proliferating at an alarming rate
2008-02-21 Analysis: What's ahead for HD video after format war
Toshiba's decision to discontinue its HD DVD business may help move the high-definition video forward, but there is still plenty of work ahead
2010-01-08 STB SoC delivers high def at low cost
Broadcom Corp. has unveiled the BCM7408 client high-definition (HD) STB SoC solution to its Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) product family.
2007-06-08 Single-chip tuner suits high-def TV sets
Hybrid TV tuner specialist Xceive Corp. is launching a new line of analog-digital tuners, the XC5000, intended for high-end TV applications that need noise performance exceeding that of can tuners.
2006-03-01 High-def STB tunes in to IPTV
MatrixStream's high-definition STB for IPTV allows full delivery of video over any best-effort broadband connection
2006-05-16 HDMI switches add connectivity to digital high-def displays
Touted as the next big thing in the consumer video market, HDMI switches reduce design complexity and total system cost by adding multiple HDMI connectors to a system
2006-09-11 GPUs deliver high-def gaming at popular prices
Nvidia announced it has redefined performance expectations for graphics cards at two of the most popular price segments for PC gamers.
2010-12-10 Diode array protects high-def connections from ESD
STMicroelectronics' HSP06-8M16 8-channel ESD diode array delivers protection for HDMI, DisplayPort, DiiVA, SATA and USB3.0 interconnects, and minimizes loading on ultra high-speed data lines.
2006-11-09 CE giants push 60GHz high-def home nets
Six top consumer electronics companies are defining a 60GHz radio technology to bring high definition media to the home network.
2009-08-11 Are you ready for high-def Android
MIPS Technologies and one of its partners are working on extensions to the Android OS to support high-definition video displays
2008-09-10 Wi-Fi chip streams multiple HD videos simultaneously
Startup Celeno Communications Ltd is providing the first details of its new 5GHz Wi-Fi chip that aims to support multiple high definition video streams for carrier-class STBs and gateways
2012-08-31 Module program for 60GHz WirelessHD products unleashed
Targeting consumer video applications, the Silicon Image GameChanger Reference platform modules support the technology for interactive, high-def wireless video connectivity.
2009-12-22 Broadcom gears 40nm for HD handsets
Broadcom Corp. announced it is sampling its first 40nm chip, a cellphone media processor capable of recording full 1080-progressive high-definition video
2006-04-17 Startup plans HD media processors
On industry newcomer Vivace's drawing board are media processors that can play high-definition video while consuming less than half a watt of power
2013-02-27 MIT Quad HD TV chip promises 4x resolution
The video coding standard that come to be known as ultra high-def (UHD), Quad HD or 4K claims to quadruple the resolution of current HD video.
2006-11-09 CE vendors form group to join digital living room duel
Last week, six top consumer electronics vendors formed the WirelessHD group to define 60GHz radios that could carry uncompressed high-definition video across the living room at a roaring 5Gbps
2010-05-12 WiGig joins hands with SiBeam, Wi-Fi Alliance
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance has struck a deal with the Wi-Fi Alliance to have its specification for 60GHz networking considered as the next generation of Wi-Fi.
2009-06-05 Vendors fuel netbook hype at Computex
A handful of semiconductor companies announced new chips and software for netbooks and other mobile systems at the opening day of Computex.
2010-07-16 Smart phones to render PCs obsolete?
Smart phones with gigahertz processors, 4G apps are a threat to the PC, say execs at the Mobilebeat 2010 Conference.
2009-09-30 Intel plugs optical links to PCs
Intel Corp. has introduced Light Peak, a 10Gbit/s optical cable that will consolidate all the wired connections in PCs.
2009-05-06 In-Stat: No more UWB by 2013
The UWB technology is effectively dead in consumer and computer markets, according to a new report from In-Stat.
2008-01-17 Digital living room challenge: Make devices talk wirelessly
Since a full suite of HDTVs, DVD players and cameras are now being delivered by consumer electronics companies into the digital living room, the question of how best to connect them wirelessly arises.
2009-09-03 Comment: Nokia loses its magic touch
Rick Merritt predicts that the once darling of the cellphone business and still the largest handset maker is set to be slowly eaten by its PC and cellphone competitors.
2009-09-24 Analysis: Bumpy ride to SuperSpeed USB
The Intel Developer Forum is expected to fire up the buzz around SuperSpeed USB, but the transition to the 5GHz interface may be slower and bumpier than many would hope due to cost, power and support issues.
2009-01-14 60GHz, MoCA take center stage at CES
The Consumer Electronics Show demonstrated the latest advances home networking and interconnect but the 60GHz wireless and Multimedia over Coax (MoCA) showed the most traction.
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