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2004-09-06 Matsushita unveils new multimedia-based platform
Matsushita developed a new multimedia processor-based platform that can be applied to a wide range of digital appliances.
2014-09-11 Marvell gears up for 4K revolution
The chipmaker developed an Ultra HD SoC integrated with 12K DMIPS quad-core ARM CPU, called ARMADA 1500 PRO 4K, for hybrid set-top boxes with wireless connectivity.
2007-04-16 Making MEMS the new 'mouse'
This article features ST's MEMS Product Division General Manager Benedetto Vigna, who views MEMS as the new 'mouse.' ST first ventured into developing MEMS in 2001. Last year, the company inaugurated a 200mm semiconductor wafer fabrication line dedicated to MEMS devices.
2014-07-16 M2M in the car: Changing the way we drive
As a result of improving connectivity in the car, various types of new business models are emerging, which are likely to change the way we view car ownership and even driving itself in the coming years.
2006-01-01 Localizing non-memory devices in Korea
KEC was awarded the President's Prize in Best Electronic Components and its VP Yoon Dong-Hyun domesticated SPS and developed the PPT process.
2012-04-18 Living with the Internet of Things
The emergence of the Internet of Things has created such a flood of data that only state-of-the-art information technology can gather, filter, order and interrogate the resulting, massive data set, generically called Big Data.
2016-05-18 Kyocera, FotoNation to equip autonomous cars with AI cameras
Intelligent, automotive camera technology would be broadly used in vehicles ranging from high-end models to mass-market cars.
2004-06-29 Juniper targets network and security problems
Juniper Networks released its new line of networking and security products that offers technology that answers to resolve current networking problems.
2014-04-08 Jobs called for "Holy War with Google" in leaked email
Samsung dug up an email sent by Steve Jobs to his executive team back in 2010 and filed it as evidence in their ongoing court dispute over patent infringement. The email detailed what Jobs believed should be the top priorities for their annual strategy planning meeting.
2009-08-24 Japan's Navitime tops Navteq APAC LBS Challenge
Navteq has named Navitime the grand prize winner of the Asia-Pacific (APAC) edition of the 2009 Navteq Global LBS Challenge.
2012-05-25 Japan to bid TV manufacturing goodbye?
One could surmise that slipping demand for flat TVs in 2011 virtually pushed the Japanese TV giants off the cliff.
2006-08-11 Japan preps one-stop patent licensing scheme for DTV tuners
In an effort to accelerate the spread of digital TV broadcasting in Japan, an industry initiative is preparing a one-stop patent licensing scheme for consumer electronics devices with digital TV tuners.
2015-02-18 Is Motorola's journey coming to close?
How did Motorola, a company that 15 years ago had a market capitalisation of nearly $80 billion and 150,000 employees worldwide become the mere shadow of itself today?
2015-11-09 Is Apple developing a new 4in iPhone?
An analyst predicts a smaller, less-expensive iPhone will debut early next year due to strong demand for compact smartphones. Apple is likely to launch an upgraded iPhone 5s.
2008-03-18 iPhone redefines embedded software security
Apple's iPhone and Microsoft CE-based devices are upping the ante for security software in embedded systems, according to experts.
2016-04-08 IoT supply chain benefits from mobility expansion
No longer niche markets, automotive and related "mobility" markets, have rapidly taken centre stage at leading electronics events, and hence, gained in supply chain prominence and importance.
2014-12-02 IoT spending in APAC to hit $59 billion by 2020
Frost & Sullivan forecasted that energy (smart grids), media (content streaming) and manufacturing (3D printing) are some of the industries expected to undergo IT driven transformations in 2015.
2015-03-09 IoT drives chip packaging innovation
The need for high performance multi-functional devices in a single package is pushing the industry to innovate in multi-chip packaging. This high level of integration has presented huge challenge.
2011-05-09 Intel transistor uses 3D structure
Intel has released a 3D transistor design called Tri-Gate into high-volume manufacturing at the 22nm node in an Intel chip codenamed 'Ivy Bridge.'
2009-02-09 Intel keeps 32nm launch promise
Despite recent layoffs and fab closings, chip giant Intel Corp. remains on track to deliver its first 32nm processors before the end of the year.
2005-08-16 Innovation drives SoC performance, keynoters say
While CMOS scaling continues to reduce costs, SoC performance improvements will depend on innovations that produce integrated design systems.
2007-09-20 Industry group develops USB 3.0 specification
Intel Corp. and other industry leaders have formed the USB 3.0 Promoter Group to create a superspeed personal USB interconnect that can deliver up to 25Gbytes.
2008-09-01 IIC-Taiwan kicks off innovation
What is the next trend that design engineers in Taiwan must grasp? Despite the impact of the U.S. sub-prime mortgage crisis and soaring oil prices on the global economy, there is still good news. According to a report from World Semiconductor Trade Statistics, the global semiconductor market will achieve considerable growth in 2008.
2015-02-12 IBM, SoftBank team up to bring 'localised' Watson to Japan
The collaboration aims to bring new apps and services powered by Watson to the region by establishing a broad local ecosystem of partners, entrepreneurs and app developers.
2007-08-01 IBM jumpstarts ASIC world with 45nm line
IBM Corp. has rolled out its initial ASIC offering based on 45nm technology. The product line is the world's first ASIC that combines embedded DRAM and silicon-on-insulator technologies, according to the company.
2009-06-16 IBM builds rail innovation center in China
IBM Corp. has opened a new Global Rail Innovation Center in China that will bring together the world's foremost industry leaders, researchers and universities to advance next-generation rail systems.
2013-03-27 Huawei rolls out 240 BNG board to address network demands
Huawei's BNG board can support a substantial number of PPPoE and IPoE subscribers, provide IPv4 and IPv6 dual-stack access, transmit multiple services, and improve subscriber experience.
2008-11-17 How to grow an electronics giant
How Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd made the transition from a CE dwarf to a global brand is a well-told story. Less well-known, however, is the story of how Samsung, based in Seoul, South Korea, achieved its current supremacy by battling Japan companies on their own turfCE and memory chips.
2005-10-12 How DLNA and UPnP will enable easy home video networks (Part 2)
A 'Rosetta Stone' for multimedia babbl
2014-03-20 Grasping parallelism and concurrency
Understand the distinction between these two, and see how those distinctions affect the embedded programmer's world.
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