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2009-07-10 Google concocts PC OS
Google Inc. said it plans to develop and roll out a new PC OS that will aim at dislodging Microsoft Corp. from its perch atop the computer world, as the two continued their intense rivalry for dominance in the technology market.
2014-07-31 Global regulations on external power supplies
Understand the evolution of the different power supply standards up to now, what the new regulations mean and how they affect the power supply market.
2006-06-16 Fuel cells won't power phones
As more functions are embedded in cellphones, the communications industry faces a power consumption problem--and it can't be solved by fuel cells or other battery alternatives.
2011-06-10 Freescale's Lisa Su calls for EDA methodologies revamp
Freescales's Lisa Su talks about how EDA tools should be improved so that there will be an increase in integration and design complexity.
2010-11-22 Freescale CEO sees IPO when the market is right
Richard Beyer is upbeat and confident of himself, his executive management team and Freescale Semiconductor, which he defines as an Embedded processor company.
2009-02-12 Five ways to beat IC scaling roadblocks
Intel senior fellow and director of process architecture Mark Bohr listed five major stumbling blocks!or challenges!for the 32nm node and beyond.
2010-04-15 Faster, more reliable Wi-Fi expands app reach
New analysis from Frost & Sullivan, Wi-Fi!Emerging Trends and Standards, finds that 802.11n Wi-Fi could revolutionize the realm of short-range wireless communications.
2013-11-11 Fairchild foresees trillion sensors MEMS market
Fairchild Semiconductor VP Janusz Bryzek spoke to EE Times Europe about how lucrative the MEMS market has become and what motivates chip companies to venture into this sector.
2007-10-17 EU review hints at major RoHS revamp
The EU is reviewing its RoHS directive and is expected to recommend tweaks that would make RoHS clearer, simpler and perhaps a bit broader.
2012-04-02 Elpida quandary boosts DRAM contract price
DRAM contract price continued to grow in 2HMar with average 4GB DDR3 module price increasing by 2.7 percent, arriving at $19, while average 2GB price hit $10, a 2.6 percent increase.
2012-03-28 Elpida kicked out of Tokyo Stock Exchange
After filing for bankruptcy last February, Japan's Elpida has been formally delisted from the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
2012-11-05 Efficient, self-powered systems is the future
Expert who spoke at ARM TechCon said applications based on distributed sensing and processing could help improve society.
2014-02-05 Dell sets up research, innovation division
The research unit is dedicated to making headway with security, data analytics, mobility and infrastructure.
2015-02-09 Dark Silicon: Looking to monolithic 3D for ray of light
According to an ARM executive, dark silicon is projected to account for "about one-third of total area in the 20nm technology node, increasing to as much as 80 per cent by the 5nm node."
2014-10-09 Cortus wrestles ARM in deeply embedded arena
Cortus developed a family of products based on its v2 instruction set offering increased code density that will meet the power and size requirements of new connected devices.
2015-02-27 Consortium makes headway with heterogeneous computing
The HSA Foundation aims to drive creation of a novel architecture that advances and promotes heterogeneous systems, and to help bring HSA-enabled platform and software solutions to market.
2008-07-16 Conquer ULC handset design challenges
Ultralow-cost (ULC) handsets have been a hot topic in the past three years. ULC today refers to handsets that can be built for $20 or less. They represent a unique segment of the cellular market and require a unique set of strategies for success.
2014-06-02 Computing aspires to an exascale level
Exascale computing is believed to be on a par with the human brain capacity. It features a thousand-fold increase over a petascale computer delivering at least one quintillion operations per second.
2012-04-11 Cloud to save manufacturing?
John Zysman argues that 'cloud-enhanced services' promise to take up much of the economic slack caused by the steady shift over the last several decades from manufacturing to services.
2011-11-11 Cloud erodes DRAM market
Poor economy and thinner and lighter laptops using less memory space are also impeding the growth of DRAM industry.
2009-03-17 Clearing up cloud (computing) issues
There are plenty of meaty technical issues around cloud computing engineers still need to address´this work will take years.
2014-04-21 Chip vendors attempt to mine DIY community with $99 boards
The industry is seeing a trend involving a growing support by chip vendors for the DIY community!providing reference designs on single computer boards and profiting from it. As it is, there appears a long way to go before vendors can leverage the potential of these 'makers'.
2014-02-18 Chip start-ups take a nosedive
While venture capitalists recognise the need for innovative chip design, chip development costs have risen to as much as $40 million, yielding big investment losses.
2013-11-27 China's ICT market to gain from second reform, says analyst
The publication of the Decision gives direction and framework of the second reform in six fields: economy, politics, culture, society, ecology and national defense.
2013-07-10 China software market to approach $13.1B by 2017
IDC sees the four pillars of the Third Platform (big data, cloud computing, mobility and social networks) being gradually integrated into the development of software.
2014-09-05 China plots global chip domination
A group of Chinese investors, which include a state-owned firm, offered a buyout proposal to U.S. digital imaging chipmaker OmniVision!a move that will allow China instant access to the global market.
2015-03-16 CEO by name, designer at heart: Unleashing the Marvell within
Sehat Sutardja developed an interconnect technology called MoChi, and the Final-Level Cache memories that he said can substantially cut the amount of DRAM main memory needed in a system.
2005-01-05 CE, connectivity, geographic penetration to drive chip demand
The rising demand in consumer electronics, connectivity and wider geographic penetration will fuel industry growth in the Asia-Pacific.
2012-10-29 Broadcom posts $2bn qtr despite poor economic conditions
Broadcom becomes just the second fabless company to achieve $2 billion in sales in a single quarter, after rival Qualcomm Inc.
2011-09-26 Bringing HP's glory days back
Once upon a time HP had its own symphony orchestra. The next HP CEO could take a cue from that history and be more of a conductor and less of a celebrity.
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