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2006-11-13 TI chip makes multimedia phones affordable
Texas Instruments announced a new OMAP-Vox single-chip solution that will enable lower-cost multimedia-rich feature phones.
2011-05-18 Single-layer sensor delivers lower-cost capacitive touchscreens
Cypress has created proprietary algorithms that interface with a true single-layer sensor without bridges to deliver two-layer performance, enabling mobile device makers to save 30 percent on sensor costs.
2005-07-18 Variables dictate 'right' SoC-SiP mix for phones
The right mix of SiP and SoC will depend on many factors&mdasj;most critical is cost
2011-04-26 Silicon integration key to lower-cost smartphones
To meet growing demand for lower-cost smartphones, most designers will integrate application and baseband processors, putting such integrated chips into nearly 70 percent of all smartphones by 2014
2007-11-16 Qulacomm 45nm chips target mass-market smart phones
Qualcomm has unveiled three new 45nm single-chip solutions designed to enable mass-market smart phones with an unsurpassed range of capabilities
2011-02-02 ZTE breaks into top 5 in global handset sales
ZTE made it to the list of the world's top five handset vendors in 4Q 2010. Placing fourth, the company has started shipping handsets to developing regions and has made inroads in developed markets.
2007-04-16 Next-gen handsets call for balance
The one constant in cellphone design is change. This article discusses the latest handset design trends and their implications.
2008-08-06 Now showing: Olympics on analog TV
How many people in China will watch the Beijing Olympic Games on mobile phones? Plenty, but most will not tune in to China's fledgling digital mobile TV broadcasts. Instead, they will use the old-school analog signals
2013-06-19 Microchip intros PIC32MX 32bit MCU line
The PIC32MX3/4 feature 28 x 10bit ADCs and 5 UARTS, 105 DMIPS performance, serial peripherals, graphic-display, capacitive-touch, connectivity and digital audio support
2011-02-10 MCU features touch key functions
Renesas has unveiled the R8C/3NT Group of MCUs that feature a small package, built-in flash memory and touch key functions
2007-10-05 Flash LED driver suits cellphones with video recording
AnalogicTech has announced a new LED driver designed for use with high-current/high-brightness flash LEDs in mobile phones with video recording
2011-01-11 Controllers give 1mm RSR support for capacitive touchscreens
Cypress launches two new touchscreen controllers that enable manufacturers to replace resistive touchscreens with more attractive capacitive technology, while giving up to 1mm stylus solution.
2010-03-16 Touchcreen mobiles to reach 362.7M units this year
Gartner Inc. forecasts that touchscreen mobile devices will surpass 362.7 million units in 2010, a 96.8 percent increase from 2009 sales of 184.3 million units.
2013-03-07 Online storage cuts NAND flash capacity in mobile devices
Memory capacity per cell phone has declined to 12.8GB on average in 1H13, compared to 13.2GB the same time last year, noted IHS.
2012-11-19 Micron memory skips a node, looks at 2Xnm process
Micron has skipped a generation of PCM before, introducing a couple of 128Mbit memories in a 90nm process in December 2008 before launching a 45nm 1Gbit PCM.
2010-12-22 MediaTek seeks growth outside China
The fabless chip vendor is working to expand beyond China's low-end markets and garner design wins in higher-end handsets in India and North America.
2012-12-04 Challenges of display integrated with touch
Know the opportunities and challenges that still exist with this technology, as well as the response of the discrete sensor vendors.
2008-07-03 Will China mobile TV take off in time for Olympics?
Looks like China's much much-touted mobile TV broadcast service will crawl its way to the Beijing Olympic Games in August, as it is missing one leg.
2011-09-01 Understanding inverters' role in the solar industry
Learn how solar inverters can eventually pave the way for further development of future energy-harvesting systems.
2005-11-14 Transceiver reduces power for wireless connectivity
Cypress Semiconductor designed its second-generation WirelessUSB product, the WirelessUSB LP or part number CYRF6936.
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.
2005-06-02 TI Asia chief outlines advances in digital consumer electronics
Wireless communications and digital entertainment are the new driving forces in consumer electronics, said Terry Cheng, president of Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) Asia
2010-05-06 Tablets to embrace 3G mobile broadband
Wi-Fi connectivity is one of the key features of connected tablets but IMS Research forecasts that 3G mobile broadband will be present in over one-third of tablets shipping worldwide from 2011 onward.
2015-09-07 Sensor interface AFE simplifies sensor conditioning
Read about a sensor interface that includes a 16:1 differential multiplexor, a programmable gain instrumentation amplifier, a 10bit offset correction DAC, and a low dropout regulator.
2008-02-01 Select the right network connection for your MCU-based M2M app
The proliferation of M2M communications anticipates a rise in Ethernet-capable MCU market. The question is, which is the best way for you to add this connectivity?
2008-04-16 Scale voltage to manage power consumption
As CMOS process technologies migrate from 90nm to 65nm and below and as chip densities increase, static and dynamic power consumption often rise above acceptable levels. Apply voltage-scaling techniques to manage both.
2014-09-22 Reverse polarity protection methods (Part 2)
In this second instalment, we will continue to examine the advantages and disadvantages of five more methods for protecting against reverse polarity.
2007-03-16 Reduce memory subsystem power consumption in handsets
Less attention has been given to memory components despite the fact that the power demands of memoryat least 20 percent of total power budgetare equal to the demands of the application processor. Reducing the power used by memory can significantly extend handsets battery life.
2010-07-08 Qualcomm plans to rev up struggling lines
Qualcomm Inc. launched a number of new initiatives for many of its lesser-known products including Brew OS, Snapdragon and MediaFlo mobile TV.
2007-08-16 PMICs pack power into small portables
Vendors are now addressing power management problems in circuits that embed intelligence.
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