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2008-07-21 Chip industry preps for 'More than Moore' era
Chip and semiconductor equipment makers are at a crossroads as they face an era that might be called "More than Moore
2008-02-12 China Mobile picks Gemalto for multimedia SIM deployment
China Mobile has selected Gemalto's FullMultimedia SIM cards for the first large-scale multimedia SIM commercial deployment in Asia, covering five provinces in China
2008-06-05 China handset suppliers prefer MediaTek mobile solutions
Taiwan's MediaTek Inc. reports that total shipment of mobile solutions chipsets reached over 150 million in volume in 2007, securing a significant market share in China
2007-10-03 CCID: Address four issues to drive mobile TV growth in China
CCID Consulting in its latest report identified four key difficulties that must be overcome to propel the development of mobile TV in China
2010-07-14 Can Microsoft survive post-PC era
Will Microsoft survive as we enter an era when people will use many mobile systems, the majority of which will probably not use any form of Windows?
2011-02-16 Atmel, Nvidia design kit enables next-gen mobile devices
Nvidia's Tegra 2 ARM-based processor and Atmel's mXT1386 touch-screen chipset will help OEMs fast-track development of Android-based smartphones, tablet PCs and other mobile Internet devices
2007-10-08 ABI: Mobile WiMAX on a roll as trials lead to deployments
The global telecommunications industry is entering a new era as Mobile WiMAX starts to move from trials and pilots to the first real-world WiMAX network deployments.
2004-11-29 Smartphone Era starts in 2005, Gartner says
Smartphones will become essential business tools next year and wireless e-mail will become so important that employees will eventually be evaluated on how well they use the technology, market research firm Gartner predicted Wednesday (Nov. 24).
2003-06-16 Reconfigurable computing driving new era for DSP
A new computing paradigm for DSP applications that retains the inherent programmability of a software-driven solution while also achieving the raw processing speed and low power consumption of a hardware solution is needed to support the DSP industry's growth.
2009-07-03 Merger to bring new era of connectivity, location
CSR plc and SiRF Technology Holdings Inc. have completed the merger between SiRF and a wholly owned subsidiary of CSR, creating a pure play provider of connectivity and location platforms.
2005-10-18 Intel enters billion-transistor processor era
Intel Corp. has started sampling an Itanium-2, 64-bit microprocessor that was made by linking together 1.72 billion transistors. The processor, codenamed Montecito, was discussed as far back as August 2002, but it is now sampling to some Intel customers, a company spokesman said
2012-03-26 Analyst draws possible scenarios for post-Elpida era
Elpida's future remains a focus of the DRAM industry. The Japanese government's stance will have key influence in the matter and Elpida is looking for any viable solution that would enable its survivial.
2015-07-24 Qualcomm to cut 4,700 employees
Amid an industry slowdown in smartphone growth, Qualcomm forecast its fourth quarter revenue would be down 15-30 per cent from the prior year to $4.7 to $5.7 billion.
2007-09-11 GSM marks 20th anniversary
The mobile communications industry this week is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Groupe Speciale Mobile or Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) by 15 operators from 13 European countries on Sept. 7, 1987
2008-01-09 Wireless: Ripe for global takeover
The PC era is all but over, replaced by a faster-growing market that places greater emphasis on equipment connectivity; ease of use; and data generation, distribution and processing
2014-11-13 Wearables market seen to grow beyond $25B by 2020
Usage of wearable is still at its nascent stage; nevertheless, the dawn of mobile wireless systems and smartphones have sparked a new era for wearable electronics globally.
2007-07-13 VIA fields new devices to aid PC2.0 transition
VIA Technologies took the wraps off the VIA NanoBook UMD Reference Design and a prototype of the Mobile-ITX mainboardnew devices aimed to drive the transition toward PC2.0
2007-07-31 TFT-LCDs offer 'slimmest' border, 'highest' contrast ratio
AUO claims two breakthrough technologies for mobile device applicationsa 2.2-inch transflective panel featuring the world's slimmest border of 0.9mm, and a 2.7-inch panel with the world's highest contrast ratio of 2,100:1
2008-07-18 Terabyte drive sports power-efficient design
Forecasting the dawn of the "Tera Era," Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST) has launched its second-generation 1Tbyte hard drive, the Deskstar 7K1000.B
2011-03-09 Tablets to slow down PC sales in 2011
Gartner has reduced its 2011 PC growth forecast from 15.9 percent to 10.5 percent, citing growing consumer enthusiasm for media tablets, which is expected to dramatically slow home mobile PC sales
2011-10-11 Synopsys acquires parametric analysis firm
The EDA company has acquired Extreme DA to expand its timing analysis solutions and multicore software development capabilities.
2014-11-27 Sony clings stubbornly to smartphone business
The Japanese electronics company's three-year outlook for its mobile business is focused on improving profits rather than increasing size or market share. It is also betting on a multi-billion dollar revenue increase expected from the surge of its PlayStation 4 and image sensor businesses
2016-04-04 Smartphone sales to hit lowest growth this year at 7%
Gartner forecast smartphone sales to grow seven per cent this year to reach 1.5 billion units, which would mark the first time that smartphone sales grew at less than 10 per cent in a year.
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
2009-01-21 Programmable broadband heightens PC TV hype
After searching many years for the yet-to-blossom mobile TV handset market, vendors are increasingly shifting their focus to the PC-TV market
2012-03-05 NFC sol'n touts double RF range in half power
NXP's PN547 claims to offer five times improvement in wireless data throughput than the PN544.
2010-07-29 MediaTek signs for NTT Docomo LTE platform
MediaTek has signed a licensing agreement to be able to integrate NTT Docomo's LTE mobile-terminal platform with its 2G and 3G technologies
2007-06-20 Malaysians soon to enjoy DVD-quality TV 'on-the-go'
Nokia Corp. and MiTV Corp. Sdn Bhd have teamed up to launch a commercial mobile broadcast TV service, based on Digital Video Broadcast - Handheld (DVB-H) technology, in Malaysia in 2H 2007
2009-02-24 LTE: Up for a test
Long Term Evolution is the next big thing in mobile wireless broadband, but design engineers working on LTE, as well as the more mature WiMAX, have their work cut out for them in testing devices and infrastructure
2010-02-18 Intel, Nokia fuse platforms to create MeeGo
Intel and Nokia are combining their Moblin and Maemo software platforms to create a unified Linux-based platform that will run on multiple hardware platforms across a wide range of computing devices.
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