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2004-11-09 TDK rolls out SoCs for low-cost smart card readers
During the Cartes 2004, TDK unveiled its new TDK 73S12xx family of 8bit SoCs dedicated to low-cost smart card readers
2007-05-16 Opening doors to low-cost home security
Security-conscious homeowners have long been waiting for affordable next-gen networked residential security and monitoring systems.
2009-09-17 Netbooks push laptops to up battery life
Netbooks shook the computing arena as they cost a couple of hundred dollars less than laptops, offered lower performance, as they were supposed to, but offered better battery life
2005-01-21 Lenovo slots in Atheros WLAN chips into new laptops
Lenovo Group Ltd (formerly Legend Computer), a PC vendor in China, has integrated Atheros Communications' single-chip 802.11g solution into new wireless-enabled laptops that will be sold in China and other markets
2010-05-14 Laptops, handsets drive solar, wind charger markets
Mobile phones and laptops represent a major market for green chargers due to their heavy usage and the need for frequent charging
2008-07-31 India to develop $10 laptops
The India Ministry of Human Resources Development plans to develop a very low-cost access, low-power device designed to link Indian technology and other institutes
2011-09-27 GbE SoC enables low cost Ethernet devices
Grid Connect's gridARM for cost efficient embedded systems include ARM7TDMI core, 10/100/1000 Ethernet MAC and many more.
2007-03-05 Designers address challenge of full-feature, low-cost home security
Many security-conscious homeowners have been waiting for the arrival of affordable next-gen networked residential security and monitoring systems that provide them the same level of functionality, performance and convenience they have come to expect from their personal communication, productivity and entertainment systems.
2006-11-23 Cheap laptops for kids roll off in China
The first 1,000 laptops developed by the One Laptop Per Child organization have rolled off an assembly line in China
2007-06-07 Intel, Asustek bare $200 laptop plan
Intel and Asustek have revealed plans to manufacture education-focused low-cost mobile PCs, Reuters reported
2007-07-17 Intel joins OLPC project
Intel and One Laptop per Child (OLPC) have agreed to work together to bring the benefits of technology to the developing world through synergy of their respective programs.
2009-02-04 Will $20 laptop solve India's education woes?
The $20 laptop unveiled by India's Tata is symbolic at so many levels of both the opportunity and the problem with "designing for India," that it's hard to know where to begin in weighing its chances for success.
2009-04-20 Dell, HP boost low-end CPUs in emerging markets
Low-end CPUs are getting a big push as Dell Inc. struck a deal to sell its latest Intel Atom-based netbooks through China's top cellular carrier, and rival Hewlett-Packard rolled out a new line of thin-client computers, most based on Via's x86 processors.
2007-01-30 PCs with China CPUs set for release
Two hundred laptops powered by the China-designed Loongson CPU will be released in February, and a handful of other small-scale projects are also underway
2009-10-13 Mobile PC arena gets more crowded
Scan the array of products targeting the territory between laptops and mobile phones and you understand why consumers' heads are spinning
2002-10-11 Fairchild voltage converter draws 1605A
Fairchild Semiconductor's FAN5660 monolithic charge-pump voltage converter is suitable for use portable devices such as laptops, cellphones, and MP3 players
2006-08-08 Chip supports multiple W-USB modes
The new IC from Wisair provides a high-performance wireless solution for PCs and laptops, PC peripherals, and consumer electronics devices such as wireless hubs, external hard drives, digital cameras, camcorders and portable media players
2005-05-23 Benchtop instrument checks memory devices
Offering memory testers starting back in 1987 when it introduced a DRAM chip tester, Innoventions has been making low cost instruments ever since
2013-05-23 A $200 ultrathin, touch-screen PC from Intel? Possible.
The company plans to empower the PC industry to produce low-cost notebooks incorporating touch technology given the sky-high prices of Ultrabooks and other ultrathins
2009-04-14 2GHz Atom aims at handheld notebooks
Intel Corp. has unveiled 2GHz versions of its Atom processor, targeting the parts at handheld Internet notebooks and mini laptops
2003-09-12 CSR, Cypress Bluetooth adapter suits USB peripherals
Cambridge Silicon Radio and Cypress Semiconductor have developed what they claim is the industry's first low-cost Bluetooth connectivity solution for off-the-shelf USB peripherals
2007-12-14 Mobile WiMAX ready to take flight
Mobile WiMAX will begin to take off in about two years and win more than 80 million subscribers globally by 2013, according to a new report by Juniper Research.
2007-12-21 Watch out for these wireless trends in 2008
Top 10 trends predicted for the wireless industry in 2008 were listed by InCode, a subsidiary of VeriSign that specializes in wireless business and technology consulting.
2008-09-01 UWB connections extend to handsets
UWB technology uniquely offers a handset the potential to wirelessly connect peripheral devices previously reserved for wired connections. In particular, high-bandwidth connections to peripherals such as external HDD and displays require UWB's high performance level to function effectively.
2007-12-04 Universal GPS, Galileo RFIC comes in tested die
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX2769E/W, claimed to be the industry's first universal GNSS receiver for GPS, WAAS, Egnos, Galileo and Glonass navigation satellite systems in a single tested die.
2011-08-11 Tri-gate rouses Intel-ARM rivalry
Intel's announcement of its low-power tri-gate transistor triggers anew its competition with ARM.
2015-12-23 Toshiba lets go of consumer biz amid reorg plan
The Japanese company that makes everything from NAND flash chips to washing machines expects roughly $51.28 billion in sales for its current fiscal year, down from $55 billion last year.
2011-03-10 Thunderbolt rouses quiet PC world
As Intel tries to promote Thunderbolt, detractors point out perceived weaknesses such as the absence of compelling applications, thus keeping big vendors from supporting the interconnect.
2013-03-08 Steady climb for short-range wireless tech
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, ZigBee, NFC and GPS technologies are expected to reach almost five billion units in 2013 and grow to nearly eight billion by 2018, forecasted ABI Research.
2010-02-11 ST-Ericsson leverages on power-efficient solutions
ST-Ericsson senior VP and head of strategic planning Edgar Auslander sat down with EE Times to outline what the company believes are the main mobile handset trends for 2010.
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