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2013-08-01 Light sensors projected to reap double-digit growth
Driven by Apple and Samsung, revenue for the sensors is forecast to reach $782.2 million this year, up 41 per cent from $555.1 million in 2012, according to IHS.
2009-12-08 LED backlit penetration in monitors to reach 22% in 2010
Although LED backlight penetration in monitor panels was only 1.4 percent in Q3 09, current panel maker plans indicate that the penetration could reach 22 percent in Q3 10, assuming adoption by brands.
2014-05-09 JPMorgan: Mobile is unprofitable for Intel
The chip giant's mobile and communications group suffered a $3.1 billion operating loss in 2013. JPMorgan Chase analysts believe that exiting the mobile segment will be Intel's ticket back to profitability.
2014-11-24 Japan's Megachips eyes sensor hubs for IoT devices
Megachips is Japan's only fabless chip company listed among the top 25 in the world by IC Insights. The company has worldwide revenues of more than $600 million.
2008-12-23 ITC to start probe on Spansion complaint
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has agreed to investigate a complaint by Spansion Inc. against some flash memory chips made by South Korean giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
2007-04-03 It's Acer's turn in HP patent dispute
Reacting on the patent infringement case filed by Hewlett-Packard last week, Acer Inc. hinted that it may use its own patents to wage a counter claim.
2006-03-15 ISO rejects China's WLAN standard
The International Organization for Standardization rejected China's domestic WLAN technology as an international standard.
2015-10-13 Is the Dell-EMC merger a good deal?
Dell announced a $65-billion bid to acquire storage company EMC. The deal is part of Dell's strategy to move beyond the slowing PC market, but pundits have mixed feelings about the acquisition.
2014-11-25 Is Samsung naming new mobile business boss?
As part of its efforts to find its footing after going through a tough year with its mobile business, Samsung is reportedly eyeing Boo-keun Yoon, a co-CEO who leads the tech giant's consumer electronic business, to replace its current mobile head, J.K. Shin.
2013-11-01 iOS smartphone market stagnant at 14% growth
ABI Research reported that smartphone shipment penetration was 56 per cent in Q3, setting a record high for the third consecutive quarter, while Windows Phone achieved 165 per cent growth YoY.
2012-03-19 Intel: We're ready for mobile
Intel is betting its lead in manufacturing technology will help it win more ground from rivals, and it is speeding up the rate at which it uses its most advanced factories to make mobile chips.
2012-01-19 Intel: Android will run better on our chips
In order to succeed in smartphones this time around, Intel has seemingly gone all out in its effort to throw significant weight behind Android as a platform.
2007-01-11 Intel, Samsung back DisplayPort
Intel and Samsung officially put their weight behind the Displayport 1.1 specification at a press conference at the Consumer Electronics Show.
2003-09-02 Intel, Legend said to agree on joint R&D
Intel Corp. and Legend Group Ltd announced they would open a joint development center for home networking and security applications.
2015-05-07 Intel's latest Xeon processor boasts up to 18 cores
The Xeon E7v3 offers up to 1.4TB per core and claims to boost performance while cutting power, running on 60 per cent less power than an IBM Power8 with 85 per cent less total cost of ownership.
2005-10-17 Intel spies opportunities for China growth
A $200 million investment seeks to pursue technological advancement and opportunitiesnot just in Asia, but worldwide.
2013-06-11 Intel smartphone app chip outruns rivals
Intel's Z2580 applications processor outperforms competitors Nvidia, Qualcomm and Samsung, according to a benchmarking test conducted by ABI Research.
2009-09-28 Intel sets sight on SoC arena
Analysts were quick to scoff Intel as a newbie to the SoC business but CEO Paul Otellini could have the last laugh considering the talent and money he is pumping to expand beyond the PC.
2012-10-01 Intel set to debut its next-gen Atom processor for tablets
Clover Trail, the next generation Atom processor, will have twice the CPU and graphics performance of the single-core Atom chips in its current 1.6GHz, 32-nm Medfield platform.
2008-08-21 Intel eyes solid-state drive market
Intel Corp. launched a family of solid-state drives claiming significant performance advances over its many competitors.
2007-01-29 Intel draft-n card offers whole-home coverage
Intel's 4965AGN draft-11n module will support whole home coverage with the ability to handle high-definition video, says a company executive.
2014-09-10 Intel delivers third-gen Xeon processors
In benchmarking the new 22nm, 3D Tri-Gate technology, Intel claimed its new Xeon processors had already broken world performance records with up to threefold increases over generation two.
2008-01-09 Intel debuts 16 Penryn processors
At the Consumer Electronics Show on Monday (Jan. 7), Intel Corp. has launched 16 new Penryn PC processors made in its 45nm process technology.
2010-05-26 Intel Core processors tailored for ultrathin notebooks
The new Intel Core 2010 processors are expected to power as many as 40 systems designs less than an inch thick and weighing just two to five pounds.
2009-03-02 Intel contests 'netbook' copyright claims
Intel Corp. has followed Dell Inc.'s legal moves against small computer maker Psion Teklogix's efforts to stop the use of the term 'Netbooks' for the latest craze in small laptops.
2006-11-09 Intel broadens access to its data acceleration tech
Intel recently announced that it will encourage broader use of its Intel I/OAT with the introduction of Intel QuickData Technology, an open version of the company's data acceleration technology.
2013-02-27 Intel brandishes upgraded 32nm SoCs at MWC
Intel's Clover Trail+ sports three times the graphics of Intel's current Atom-based Medfield smartphone platform thanks to use of the SGX 544MP2 dual-core graphics of Imagination Technologies.
2011-12-27 Industry screw-ups of 2011
This year will be remembered for its share of missteps in the electronics world. EE Times has compiled a list of 10 blunders from 2011 that we believe will be remembered for years to come.
2015-05-12 Industry preps for massive NFV rollout, Docomo takes lead
Docomo said it plans to virtualise its Evolved Packet Core by March 2016, which is one of the first public commitments from a carrier about taking the emerging NFV out of the lab and into a production network.
2007-07-16 India, China cellphone markets go head-to-head
Big multinational cellphone makers have piled onto India, chasing trendsetters and first-time buyers in remote villages. Expansion in India now rivals China, the world's largest cellular market.
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