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2008-01-09 ARM, Intel face off on mobile PCs
The emerging market of mobile handhelds has brought about a new rivalry in ARM Holdings and Intel Corp
2004-06-28 AMD strengthens mobile computing with new lab in Tokyo
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. (AMD) has opened an engineering lab in its Tokyo, Japan headquarters.
2002-11-12 AMD rolls highest performance mobile Athlon XP processor
Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has introduced the mobile Athlon XP processor 2200+, its highest performance processor ever for notebook PCs.
2004-05-17 AMD expands mobile processor offering
Advanced Micro Devices has launched two low-power mobile processors designed to offer mobility to thin and light notebooks
2007-01-26 AMD expands Longevity mobile processor line
Advanced Micro Devices announced that it is adding two more mobile processors to its AMD64 Longevity line
2004-07-23 AMD adds to mobile processor line
AMD's new Athlon 64 processor 3400+ is aimed at high-performance 32-bit apps and is compatible with future 64-bit apps
2014-03-17 64bit mobile processors to take over mobile space in 2018
ABI Research predicted that by 2018, shipments of 64bit processors targeting smartphones and tablets will exceed 1.12 billion units, representing 55 per cent of the total market.
2014-02-25 64bit mobile chips catch on at MWC
Chip manufacturers have announced 64bit plans, but the question about smartphones being ready for the 64bit code remains.
2009-12-01 45nm mobile processor delivers 30fps video playback
Renesas' SH-Mobile APE4 45nm mobile processor can be operated at a clock frequency in excess of 1GHz.
2007-07-27 First' multiformat video decoding processor debuts
Claimed to be the world's first multiformat hardware video decoding mobile processor, Jade Technologies' X900 chip supports the sophisticated video compression formats such as MPEG-4, H.264 and VC-1.
2004-11-16 Zoran rolls out co-processor for feature-rich cellphones
Zoran rolled out last week a new co-processor for feature-rich cellphones
2004-06-10 Zoran pays $54M for Emblaze Group's apps processor business
Israeli group Emblaze Ltd, which specializes in application processors for mobile devices, has sold its semiconductor business to Zoran Corp. for $54.2 million in cash
2008-05-02 Work underway on mobile DRAM interface spec
The Serial Port Memory Technology Working Group has been formed to devise an open standard for a next-generation DRAM interface technology in mobile products
2002-09-05 WLAN processor reduces power consumption by 10x
Texas Instruments' TNETW1100B WLAN processor, designed to provide 802.11b connectivity with up to a ten-fold reduction in standby mode power consumption than competing chipsets for notebook PCs, PDAs, and cellphones
2008-05-21 Wireless MultiComms processor comes to market
ASOCS has announced the launch of the MP100, the world's first wireless MultiComms processor capable of running up to three wireless air interfaces concurrently
2007-04-25 Wintegra intros single-chip mobile WiMAX processor
Wintegra has released WinMax, a single chip processor for mobile WiMAX basestations and accompanying software for flexible MAC and transport layers that can be used for both access card applications and network interface.
2004-10-13 Winbond unveils new image signal processor chip
Winbond Electronics Corp. has recently announced its new image signal processor (ISP) LSI for 1.3- to 3-megapixel camera modules applied to mobile handsets.
2008-07-03 Will China mobile TV take off in time for Olympics
Looks like China's much much-touted mobile TV broadcast service will crawl its way to the Beijing Olympic Games in August, as it is missing one leg
2006-04-11 Wi-Fi chips suit mobile handsets
STMicroelectronics announced the STLC4420 and STLC4550 Wi-Fi solutions.
2009-12-08 Who takes the cake in netbook processor arena
So, who are the winners and losers in the netbook and mobile Internet device thus far? At present, it appears that all chip vendors are both winnersand losers
2004-10-08 WEC ISP LSI suits camera modules in mobile phones
WEC has developed a highly advanced Image Signal Processor LSI for 1.3 megapixel to 3MP camera modules in mobile phones.
2007-10-01 Wavesat, IBM develop 4G Mobile WiMAX chipsets
Wavesat and IBM have developed a high performance, power-efficient 802.16e WiMAX chipset targeting consumer electronics devices supporting advanced mobile wireless broadband services
2006-07-06 VoIP processor offers 'first' complete IMS solution
Mindspeed Technologies has announced its seventh-generation Comcerto VoIP processor that promises to deliver the industry's first complete IMS solution
2008-02-13 Voice processor mimics human hearing to nix noise
A voice processor by startup Audience mimics the human hearing system to deliver a unique gruping and processing of complex mixtures of sound
2004-03-18 Vimicro selects Teradyne J750 for audio processor test
China-based chip solution provider Vimicro Corp. will use Teradyne Inc.'s J750 MSO system to test a new audio processor device designed to provide high-quality music ring tones and game sounds for mobile phones.
2011-08-23 Viewpoint: Mobile era has begun
Rick Merritt believes that HP's possible change in priorities and Google's acquisition of Motorola officially started the mobile era in technology
2007-02-01 Video processors roll for mobile handsets, PMPs
Claiming to have solved one of the "grand challenges" of video system design, Tensilica Inc. has introduced a family of software-based video processor engines for mobile handsets and personal media players.
2006-12-28 Video processor engines handle H.264
Tensilica announced a family of software-based video processor engines for mobile handsets and media players.
2010-07-12 Video processor enables wireless displays at home
Cavium Networks' CNW56XX video processors enable standards-based wireless display solutions over 802.11 Wi-Fi at high-volume consumer price points.
2007-02-16 Video output enhances mobile viewing
The convergence of technology in cellphones and other ultra-portable devices has rapidly increased the use of video in applications requiring extremely small size and low power. A new, emerging feature is the ability to drive a video signal from a cellphone to view that image on a conventional TV set.
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