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2011-08-23 Viewpoint: Mobile era has begun
Rick Merritt believes that HP's possible change in priorities and Google's acquisition of Motorola officially started the mobile era in technology.
2009-09-03 Vietnam aims to boost mobile industry
Telecoms in Vietnam gets a boost with a growth conference being organized by the NIICS and Frost & Sullivan.
2011-04-08 TSMC rolls first high-performance mobile process
TSMC introduces what could be the industry's first manufacturing process optimized for chips used in smartphones and tablets.
2007-05-22 Toshiba, Nortel hatch mobile WiMAX collaboration
Toshiba has teamed with Nortel to jointly develop mobile WiMAX base stations using its HF amplifier and miniaturization technology and its Canadian partner's expertise in OFDM and MIMO technologies
2015-03-09 Top 6 trends at Mobile World Congress
Imagination Technologies recognised six trends at the recent Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain, which tend to drive industry momentum and related
2015-08-14 SMIC launches 28nm mobile phone chips
SMIC, China's largest semiconductor foundry, marks a new era of advanced mobile phone chip manufacturing with the successful adoption of its 28nm process technology into mainstream smartphones.
2011-05-31 Renesas Mobile CEO sees LTE, modem tech as keys to success
Renesas Mobile's CEO has revealed the company's medium- and long-term plans, among them, a new modem technology and mobile app processor, and LTE chips connected to cloud services
2007-05-09 Qualcomm, Lenovo Mobile enter W-CDMA license agreement
Qualcomm Inc. and Lenovo Mobile Communications Technology Ltd have entered into a subscriber unit license agreement to cover W-CDMA subscriber products
2006-04-11 Panasonic, Square Enix to hasten "ubiquitous network era
Panasonic and Square Enix announced an agreement to co-develop a solution that will provide seamless content applications for digital consumer electronic devices.
2010-03-12 Opinion: How to survive mobile systems stampede
A flux of new mobile systems is thundering on the horizon. Two words of advice for system makers who want to survive itthink different
2006-09-12 Nokia, VTC to launch DVB-H mobile TV service in Vietnam
Nokia and Vietnam Multimedia Corp. (VTC) announced a jointly-inked deal to launch commercial mobile broadcast TV services based on Digital Video Broadcast-Handheld (DVB-H) technology in two key Vietnamese cities by end-2006
2008-11-18 Nokia Siemens boosts China Mobile IP networks security
China Mobile Group Jiangsu Ltd has tapped Nokia Siemens Networks' solution to ensure reliable telecommunications service, provide a secure data experience to customers and help the operator realize new opportunities in its full service operation era.
2008-01-29 Nokia Siemens bags mobile TV deal in Indonesia
Nokia Siemens Networks has partnered with Global Mediacom to launch a commercial broadcast mobile TV service, based on DVB-H technology, in Indonesia in the first half of 2008
2006-08-16 MRAM ushers in era of new memory tech
For the past 11 years, Saied Tehrani and the MRAM development team he directs at Freescale Semiconductor's Arizona facility have worked on a new type of IC memoryone using magnetic resistance instead of charge storage.
2010-05-25 Mobile VoIP to usher in Telco 2.0 era
An ambitious group of mobile VoIP start-up companies are creating a paradigm shift in the way users communicate with each other, with voice services moving to a true Internet era of Telco 2.0.
2004-02-11 Mobile technology remains fruitful
Renesas Technology Hong Kong Ltd will focus on the fast growing area of mobile, digital consumer, networking and automotive electronics in China
2012-05-07 Mobile DRAM enters low profit era
Turning to mobile DRAM is a logical option, but with so many makers jumping on the bandwagon, Q2 mobile DRAM contract price has fallen by 10-15 percent QoQ
2013-06-27 Mobile devices surpass traditional PCs in DRAM consumption
IHS forecasted that mobile devices will use up a greater volume of DRAM, estimated at $11.6 billion, than traditional desktops, notebooks and servers, which will only amount to $9.9 billion
2012-10-29 Marvell prepared for coming 'super-integration era
Weili Dai stressed in an interview that Marvell is ready for the coming "super-integration era" of storage, connectivity, video, 3D graphics and modem technologies
2011-06-02 Intel plots new roadmaps for Ultrabook, mobile devices
Intel is prepared to carry out its new roadmaps for its Core and Atom chips with "strong" industry collaboration.
2008-06-06 Intel mobilizes Web 2.0 with mobile WiMAX
Intel Corp. executive Sean Maloney said more powerful microprocessors and high-speed WiMAX wireless networks would usher in a new era of the full Internet on mobile devices.
2011-02-14 HP joins mobile race with smartphones, tablet
HP's tablet and smartphones should help the company position itself as a player in mobile devices beyond the notebook PC. But HP will have to compete against top players and products already on the market
2011-02-11 HP embarks on mobile journey
No doubt, it will be a tough, uphill climb for HP, which must create a new class of smartphones and tablets under a new corporate structure with a new software platform.
2008-01-07 Get ready for mobile drive with 'Godzilla-sized' storage
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has come up with a hard drive for notebooks and other mobile devices that offers Godzilla-sized storagea half-terabyte or 500Gbytecapable of holding 178 movies, 500 hours of digital video, 250 games or 125,000 four-minute songs
2015-02-25 Ethernet evolves for the connected car era
This article will explore the requirements of tomorrow's automotive networks and how the new 2-wire Ethernet PHYs currently under development will meet them.
2007-05-14 Ericsson ready for new era of global comms, says CEO
During Ericsson's Capital Markets Day in Stockholm, president and CEO Carl-Henric Svanberg highlighted the company's strong competitive position in a new era of global communication
2011-06-16 DRAMeXchange heralds arrival of post-PC era
DRAMeXchange has heralded the 'official' end of the PC era, as signaled by the continuously dwindling consumer demand for PCs
2013-12-13 Differentiation in mobile devices defines new frontiers
Mobile operating systems have narrowed to a small handful of solutions that basically do the same thing, leading to the creation of novel wearable devices
2007-09-07 DAB/DAB+/DMB chip rolls for mobile DTV reception
Maxscend Technologies has unveiled a DAB/DAB+/DMB demodulator, which can be used for mobile DTV reception in mobile phones, personal media players and vehicle entertainment systems
2002-09-10 Convergence to introduce "third-era" computing
Silicon will be the driving engine that will bring new capabilities to the computing and communications sector, this is according to Intel president and COO, Paul Otellini, while opening the Intel Developer Forum Fall 2002.
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