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2011-05-24 Mobile OS shakes applications processor market
A report from Strategy Analytics indicates that the mobile operating system landscape will face major applications processor market share ranking changes over the next 12 to 24 months.
2012-07-26 Mobile OS sales to explode in the next five years
A report from Visiongain has predicted that the mobile operating system market will grow over the next five years.
2006-05-08 Microsoft to port Windows Mobile OS to Qualcomm's MSM chipsets
Qualcomm and Microsoft announced a collaboration to enable the porting of the Microsoft Windows Mobile operating system to Qualcomm's Mobile Station Modem chipsets.
2004-10-08 Intel gains mobile traction with Nokia, Symbian
Intel Corp., the world's largest chip maker, and Nokia, the world's largest mobile phone maker, will work together on smartphones based on Nokia's Series 60 platform and Intel technology, the chip giant said Tuesday (Oct. 5) at the Symbian Developer Conference
2011-01-06 What’s ahead for Motorola mobile, home
An analyst says Motorola Mobility Holdings Inc. (MMI) could grab 8 to 10 percent of the handset market, with a good share if the Android sector. Bulls and bears argue their points, however.
2008-09-24 Unicon uses Wolfson audio for Linux-based mobile solution
Unicon Systems has tapped Wolfson Microelectronics' audio for its latest Linux-based mobile solution
2011-09-02 U.S. stops AT&T's T-Mobile acquisition
Citing free competition as its main objective, the U.S. Justice Department filed an antitrust suit against AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile
2015-03-09 Top 6 trends at Mobile World Congress
Imagination Technologies recognised six trends at the recent Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain, which tend to drive industry momentum and related
2008-02-18 Take a holistic approach to power management for mobile devices
Power management no longer remains a hardware-only problem; rather it has become a system problem that is being addressed by all engineers involved in the system design process. Power management decisions are being taken at both hardware and software level. Increasing focus towards system aspects of cellular phones compels designers to take a holistic and dynamic approach to power management to effectively decrease power consumption without degrading performance
2012-05-16 Tablets, smartphones propel mobile memory chip market
IHS projects the revenue for mobile memory to reach $14.9 billion this year, up from $14.1 billion in 2011
2010-12-01 SiP eases mobile entry into NFC
The SecuRead system-in-package for NFC mobile devices includes an NFC controller, security controller, Java Card OS and an open NFC protocol stack
2004-02-26 Siemens optimistic on 3G, fixed-to-mobile convergence
After three years of waffling on predictions of the thus far slow-to-start 3G roll-out, Siemens predicted an optimistic future for 3G market at its press conference Monday (February 23, 2004).
2002-04-29 Sharp to build second fab for system-on-LCD panels
Sharp Corp. has decided to build the second fabrication facility dedicated to making continuous grain silicon LCDs, anticipating that its initial CGS LCD fab in Tenri, Japan, scheduled to begin production in October, will not satisfy market demand. Both fabs will make small and mid-sized panels for mobile products
2015-12-03 Server system combines processor, storage
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise unleashed its line of Synergy systems that promises to give businesses an easy-to-use and flexible combination of processors and storage riding an Ethernet fabric.
2015-01-12 Samsung reveals advanced mobile memory
While the LPDDR4 chip received an honorary innovation award at CES, it won't make its way to flagship phones until later this year when Samsung partners ship devices now in development.
2004-05-21 Renesas doubles performance of mobile apps processor
Renesas Technology has expanded its SH-Mobile applications processors with a version combining its 32-bit core and a PowerVR 2D/3D graphics core
2012-04-02 Qualcomm, Microsoft spearhead mobile education project in Singapore
Qualcomm is collaborating with Microsoft and Singapore's Nan Chiau Primary School to launch the WE Learn mobile education project and build 21st century classrooms with 3G smartphones in Singapore
2008-06-04 Nvidia takes on Intel in mobile x86 battle
Nvidia Corp. will go head-to-head with the Intel Corp. Atom processor in a battle for design wins in mobile media and Internet devices
2009-10-13 Mobile PC arena gets more crowded
Scan the array of products targeting the territory between laptops and mobile phones and you understand why consumers' heads are spinning
2014-11-07 Mobile payments? There's now Android for that
After helping Apple with its NFC-enabled mobile payment feature, NXP launches a solution to implement the same functionality of Apple Pay for Android devices
2011-11-17 Mobile patent punch-up survival guide
Experts believe that the disputes come at a time when priorities are shifting from circuits to systems in electronics patents, as products evolve to embrace systems of systems.
2004-06-28 Mobile operators unite to influence handset evolution
Eight leading cellular network operators joined forces Wednesday, June 23, 2004 to form the Open Mobile Terminal Platform to work on handset recommendations that major vendors like Nokia, Samsung, Motorola and Sony Ericsson will be expected to meet
2007-10-22 Mobile Linux makes headway in handset industry
Mobile Linux momentum is growing with an increasing support for Linux as a cellular operating system from a broad cross-section of the handset industry.
2008-02-15 Mobile execs agree on cooperation, disagree over WiMAX, LTE
Cooperation emerged as the theme of Cisco Systems CEO John Chambers' keynote at the Mobile World Congress, but Chambers and another wireless executive each touted separate wireless network technologies as a future standard
2013-06-27 Mobile devices surpass traditional PCs in DRAM consumption
IHS forecasted that mobile devices will use up a greater volume of DRAM, estimated at $11.6 billion, than traditional desktops, notebooks and servers, which will only amount to $9.9 billion
2015-03-02 Mobile device market feels pressure from tech fatigue
As new mobile devices have expanded to fill the available space, the battle is now focused on niche differentiations, rather than the happy times of a market growing at full throttle
2007-04-16 Leverage multicore processors with graphical system design tools
A key step in tackling a multicore design is developing a clear software design methodology.
2005-08-04 Kontron data server turns vehicles into mobile server centers
CVX, Kontron's next-generation mobile data server, is specially developed for use in public and private vehicles
2002-03-05 IBM will steer PowerPC into mobile mart
IBM intends to take its PowerPC processor architecture to the mobile sector and into "head-to-head competition with Intel" and that company's Xscale processor, John Kelly III, senior vice president of IBM's Technology Group, said last week
2007-11-07 Google bares mobile strategy: open platform
Google's long-awaited gPhone has been rechristened "Android," but a briefing on the device focused on the 34-member Open Handset Alliance Google has formed to drive open interfaces for wireless applications, rather than on a handset design.
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