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2010-07-15 HP, Samsung show off next-gen smart phone displays
Hewlett-Packard, Qualcomm and Samsung talked about their next-generation displays and courted application developers at the MobileBeat 2010.
2002-01-02 Gartner Dataquest says global telecom revenue to reach $1.4T in 2001
The global telecommunications market revenue is expected to reach $1.4 trillion in 2001, an 8 percent increase from 2000 revenue, according to Dataquest Inc., a unit of Gartner Inc.
2016-01-15 Former US vice president speaks on China, tech start-ups
Mobile entrepreneurs should think altruistically because the most successful companies will be those that keep in mind the larger context in which they are making change
2011-12-01 Femtocells to solve network capacity issues
Femtocells are able to offload resource-intensive over-the-air data traffic onto an IP backbone, thus reducing both capital and operational expenditures.
2015-06-19 Computex turns to IoT, wearables extravaganza
Consolidations in Taiwan are expected to build stronger, more capable companies, enabling the country to pivot and focus future developments onto higher value product features such as wearables and IoT.
2005-05-30 Choose the best IC integration method when designing a 3G handset
When designing a 3G handset, what's the best IC integration method�system-in-package or system-on-chip?
2009-05-22 3G fever to hit Vietnam
Vietnam is set to become one of the largest mobile markets in Asia, with an estimated 120 million subscribers by the end of 2014, on a par with Japan's current subscriber base, according to a VietNamNet Bridge report
2006-11-01 Wireless broadband showcases emerging apps
The need for "communications-on-the-go" and its fulfillment will provide new opportunities as well as new lifestyle and work options, much of which will be enabled by the broadband wireless era
2010-07-28 User-driven IT penetrates enterprise, challenges security
The influence of end users on enterprise IT decisions is increasing as smart phones, netbooks and tablet PCs set afoot in the workplace. The phenomenon poses a challenge for enterprise security chiefs, whose roadmaps now factor in enabling a new era of choice computing. The influence of end users on enterprise IT decisions is increasing as smart phones, netbooks and tablet PCs set afoot in the workplace. The phenomenon poses a challenge for enterprise security chiefs, whose roadmaps now factor in enabling a new era of choice computing
2012-06-13 Phablet shipments top 208 million by 2015
Market analyst ABI Research forecasts that phabletshybrid devices larger than smartphones but smaller than tabletswill become more popular as HTC, LG and Huawei begin to offer the devices in 2012.
2008-08-13 Analysis: iPhone opens door for cellphone revolution
Now that Apple has crystallized the concept of the Web-ready phone, the question is how this mobile platform will evolve in today's hypercompetitive environment
2012-09-14 X-Fab claims the first open platform MEMS 3D process
X-Fab's 3-D sensor process is suitable for applications ranging from mobile devices, consumer goods, games and toys, automotive, robotics, industrial and medical equipment
2014-10-30 True Move earmarks $125M for 4G expansion in Thailand
The budget will cover the cost of setting up 7,000 additional 4G base stations on the 2,100MHz spectrum. Once completed, the expansion will raise the total number of stations to 9,000putting the country's third-largest mobile operator ahead of its bigger rivals
2009-02-11 Taiwan awaits optical nets from CHT, Ericsson
Ericsson will deploy a metro aggregation network for Taiwan's Chunghwa Telecom (CHT), ensuring high-quality, high-capacity broadband services such as IPTV and e-health for both fixed and mobile access
2014-04-24 Shift of consumers' device usage threatens smartphones
Kilopass' Charlie Cheng sees a paradigm shift towards the adoption of fewer mobile devices that could lead to the irrelevance of smartphones. Instead of buying multiple devices, users are opting for just one that consolidates all functions
2006-03-16 Sensors shoot for cameras
Vendors are rolling out CMOS image sensors that promise to bring entry-level, high-volume camera phones from the VGA dark ages into the megapixel era
2012-11-20 Qualcomm taps ultrasound tech for precise gesture recognition
Qualcomm acquires ultrasound technology assets from EPOS to beef up its Snapdragon mobile processors
2007-11-08 Physical sensors drive MEMS consumerization wave (Part 2)
ST's Benedetto Vigna notes that we are now living in the era of MEMS consumerization where mic, motion and pressure sensors are the main actors and he believes this trend will continue for the next five years
2010-01-26 Next-gen digital media to embrace cloud computing
Apple, Disney and a broad coalition of companies are developing cloud-based services that analysts say will usher in the next phase of the digital media era
2012-01-19 Microsoft's final keynote talks next-gen computing, smartphones
The company is set to emerge fully from behind the WinTel duopoly and compete toe to toe in the smartphone, entertainment and mobile computing arenas
2016-04-21 Intel's post-PC plan to take a short-term hit
The semiconductor giant marks the beginning of the end for the PC era, and shifts its investments in microchips that power data centers and Internet connected devices
2006-11-01 IMS day has not yet dawned
While IP Multimedia Subsystem promises to usher in the era of true network convergence, participants at last September's VON conference cautioned that its day has not yet dawned
2007-12-17 IMEC's 'Apollo' moves closer to goal
Apollo, a three-year strategic research program, is producing results in its quest to provide the technology for efficient migration to 4G comms and multiprocessing in the sub-45nm era
2011-04-25 How to optimize power control in 3G terminals
Know how 3G mobile devices can operate to the highest level of performance possible
2010-08-23 Harari: Reflections before retirement
In an interview with EE Times, Eli Harari, founder, chairman and chief executive of SanDisk Corp., provides insight about lithography, NAND and the post-NAND era
2009-01-30 GPS Snitch gets scrutinized
The dizzying pace of progress in GPS navigation, Internet mapping and mobile data support has reached an intriguing confluence. As devices such as the Blackline GPS Snitch roll out, live tracking is now in the hands of the masses. Let's spy on the spyware now, with a private eye on the enabling technology
2012-12-17 Globalfoundries CEO: Time for foundry 2.0
Globalfoundries' CEO accosted critics who claim that the fabless era is done and insisted that the foundry model is still experiencing huge growth rates
2012-11-14 Fresh design takes driven by wireless spectrum allocation
A new era of innovative engineering and spectrum-sharing strategies in wireless is being driven by consumer demand and the coming spectrum crunch
2007-01-23 Dawning of the micromachine revolution
Silicon has dominated the microelectronics era. Now it is becoming the basic building block of a new technological revolution: the micromachine revolution
2012-06-07 Cloud could ease DRAM woes
The future of the DRAM market will see a transition from PC DRAM to server and mobile DRAM, which are important for the cloud storage sector
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