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2012-02-21 Breaking down Intel's transactional memory
Transactional memory is a software technique meant to simplify the writing of concurrent programs and is how Intel hopes to make its multicore processors easier for software developers.
2013-02-04 BlackBerry ready to catch second wind with BB10 smartphones
Junko Yoshida discusses why the tech community, not the financial community, has to give credit to BlackBerry's entry into the Apple and Android dominated smartphone market.
2010-07-06 Beyer: Connected intelligence will beat recession
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. CEO Richard Beyer predicted that the recession will continue to fade by virtue of the commercial success of what he called 'connected intelligence.'
2003-02-11 Auto makers catch fuel-cell fever
Auto makers and researchers are applauding the Bush administration's efforts to bring vehicles powered by fuel cells to the marketplace, saying the technology has a more realistic chance of success than the battery-powered cars of a decade ago.
2005-12-14 ATI selects Infineon DRAM for notebook PC solution
Infineon announced that its 512Mb GDDR3 graphics DRAM was selected by ATI for use with its Mobility Radeon X1600 graphics processor targeting notebook PCs.
2003-05-16 Asia's pie in ubiquitous computing
In the push towards ubiquitous computing, Samsung and HTC have shown that even with limited funding, Asian companies can compete with big-time players.
2012-11-28 ARM rises from Acorn to lead system-chip revolution
Acorn was not destined to enjoy success in its own name. ARM evolved from the RISC machine fabricated by VLSI Technology and went to to lead the system-chip revolution of the 1990s.
2014-09-30 Applied Micro, TI SoCs power first enterprise-class ARM server
The launch of 64bit ARM server models, which uses SoCs from Applied Micro and Texas Instruments, marks a significant milestone in the commercial deployments of many ARM-based servers in the market today.
2015-03-11 Apple Watch: The much-awaited smart watch pick-me-up?
Despite the hubbub created by smart watches, consumer take-up is still conservative at best, which leads many to ask if there is actually a need for these wearables.
2013-11-22 APAC telecoms aim to bridge region's digital divide
Asia-Pacific telecom delegations have agreed to push for nationwide broadband across each of their respective countries in an effort to digitally connect the region by 2020.
2015-03-02 Android, iOS lead platform market race
In 2014, Google's Android and Apple's iOS swallowed a combined 96.3 per cent of the smartphone market share while Microsoft and BlackBerry had a combined 2.11 per cent.
2012-04-12 Analysts explain who wants Elpida and why
EE Times approached several prominent memory chip analysts and asked for their thoughts on who wants Elpida, why, and what impact the Elpida situation is likely to have on the DRAM business.
2014-07-25 Allwinner gets on the 64bit MPU bandwagon
The chipmaker's first 64bit tablet processor is designed with the ARMv8-A implementation to facilitate the delivery of energy-efficient performance and 64bit capability.
2005-09-05 All the world's a computer
l the world's a computer
2012-04-05 All bets are on for ultrabooks
PC OEMs are eagerly working on ultrabook development, and the thin-and-light trend will spur overall PC growth in 2H12.
2013-07-16 Advances in raw materials enhance IC efficiency
Smartphones and tablets are driving much of the electronics supply chain so the focus is on increasing transistor performance while at the same time reducing power consumption, says Applied Materials.
2015-10-08 Addressing security risks in the IoT age
Learn about the need to apply known security techniques to a new environment that operates under a set of additional constraints.
2013-07-08 Addressing memory scaling concerns
Here are some promising research and design directions to overcome challenges posed by memory scaling.
2007-07-02 A comparison of line driver and line receiver varieties
Line drivers and receivers come in many speed, distance and drive types to meet the increasing needs of data links, and support RS-232, RS-422, RS-485, and LVDS for point-to point, multidrop, and bus/backplane applications.
2003-06-18 A cascade of DSP apps fueling the industry
The success of DSP related businesses not only benefited consumers, the fruit is also being shared by the equipment manufacturers, component suppliers and software developers.
2009-12-22 802.11n, Bluetooth combo eases cellphone set-up
The device simplifies the set-up of Bluetooth products, extends Bluetooth range and improves coexistence with Wi-Fi.
2015-11-16 13MP quantum-dot image sensor claims to outdo silicon
InVisage Technologies developed the innovative device that uses quantum-dot material rather than silicon to capture light, and boasts potential that could make CMOS image sensors obsolete.
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