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2007-01-24 Slender BlackBerry boasts more consumer appeal
With some keyboard changes and a clever navigation rollerball, RIM apparently hopes to slim the BlackBerry e-mail terminal and bring in a new audience while not forgetting its traditional user.
2008-09-05 Sharp catches up on 'cool' handset craze
A look inside Sharp's 922SH mobile phone yields insights into whether the Japanese remain ahead of their global counterparts.
2006-02-16 Semiconductor companies gather at IIC
The Integrated IC-China 2006 show promises to bring the latest design technologies to Chinese engineers next month.
2008-02-01 Select the right network connection for your MCU-based M2M app
The proliferation of M2M communications anticipates a rise in Ethernet-capable MCU market. The question is, which is the best way for you to add this connectivity?
2004-10-29 SanDisk doubles form factor cards storage capacity
SanDisk Corp. announced that it is doubling the current maximum capacities of its SanDisk miniSD and SanDisk RS-MMC cards to 512MB.
2007-05-22 Report: Smart phones drive mobile chip market
Developments in high-end products such as smart phones are expected to drive mobile phone production upwards by the end of 2007, according to a report from CCID.
2014-05-07 Porting TCP/IP stack to embedded IoT devices
It is a common misconception that since a communication protocol stack is called a TCP/IP stack, porting it to an embedded target provides the device with all TCP/IP functionalities and performance.
2007-04-02 PA Semi offers 25W PowerPC
Startup PA Semi is shipping chip samples that demonstrate its claim of taking the PowerPC architecture's power consumption to new lows for a range of embedded markets.
2003-01-20 Outlook 2003 - Knowing the market cycle
The industry again finds itself at the bottom of a market cycle that we know all too well. It is during these down-turns that leading companies incubate the new technologies and products that will drive the next upswing.
2010-01-12 Nvidia GPUs drive Audi navigation, entertainment
The Audi 2010 cars use Nvidia GPUs to generate all visual imagery for the navigation and entertainment systems.
2006-05-01 NAND flash moves into new markets
While NOR-type flash will continue to be used in hundreds of systems to store boot-up code, market research firms report that it is NAND flash that is growing fast, in turn driving growth in the IC industry.
2010-04-30 Multicore DSPs enable code, tool reuse
Freescale has released a family of programmable DSPs that delivers the optimal blend of low cost and high performance for medical, aerospace/defense and test/measurement markets.
2009-09-01 Multicore DSP supports 3G/4G wireless standards
Freescale has unveiled the MSC8154 processor designed to add a variety of price, power and throughput options to Freescale's portfolio of high-performance DSPs based on StarCore technology.
2004-10-01 MSE wins over edge routers
Here's why a properly architected MSE device offers distinct advantages over traditional edge routing technology.
2010-01-14 MPU improves video in embedded industrial apps
Atmel's SAM9M10 embedded microprocessor integrates a video decoder and 2D acceleration to provide high-quality video performance in industrial embedded applications.
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.
2006-06-07 Micron offers Managed NAND flash pack for mobile handsets
The newest offering in Micron Technology's embedded product line is its Managed NAND flash unit for feature-rich mobile handsets and other portable devices.
2008-02-07 Media player chip brings HD sound to music phones
austriamicrosystems has released the first member of a new family of media player ICs based on IP aimed at bridging the gap between the audio experience of music phones and Hi-Fi home audio devices.
2008-02-21 MCUs, FPGAs share limelight at IIC-China 2008
The 13th International IC-China Conference and Exhibition, kicking off Feb. 28 at the Chengdu New International Exhibition and Convention Center, will train the spotlight on the latest MCU and FPGA products from top-tier companies.
2008-12-08 Make way for software-based mobile TV
Armed with a reconfigurable multi-standard tuner IC, Mirics Semiconductor, a U.K.-based startup, claims that it still remains the only company offering a software-based TV and radio demodulator.
2005-01-05 MagnaChip beefs up CMOS image sensor line
After spinning off from Hynix Semiconductor last year, South Korea's MagnaChip Semiconductor is moving quickly to beef up its CMOS image sensor product line.
2008-10-30 Latest Blackfin DSPs proclaim high performance
Analog Devices introduces the low-power Blackfin BF51x series, designed to surpass heterogenous MCU+DSP approaches in reducing part-count, system cost, board space, and power consumption.
2004-07-08 Kit speeds WLAN development on Linux
AbsoluteValue Systems is offering an embedded-software package that will support 802.11a/b/g chipsets on any Linux platform.
2014-12-05 Inside TI's DLP LightCrafter
Together with his engineering team, Ivan Kuten, head of R&D at Promwad, studied the pico projector (DLP3000-C300REF) offered by Texas Instruments. This is his unboxing report.
2005-04-18 How safe is private data on cell?
The recent hacking of Paris Hilton's address book-stored on the TV celebrity's Sidekick II smart phone and backed up by T-Mobile's server-has raised questions in the engineering community about whether personal data is adequately protected in the current generation of cellular products.
2006-03-01 High def heads for masses
Support for copy-protected high-definition video is poised to come to mainstream PCs and camcorders as early as 2007.
2012-11-16 element14, NXP team up on dual-core media dev't board
The NXP LPC4357-EVB board claims to deliver a unique combination of dual-core processing power based on the ARM Cortex-M4 architecture and media-friendly peripheral features.
2007-05-01 Edge technologies keep up with demand
The Edge technology has matured in terms of worldwide coverage, stable infrastructure and the variety of handsets supporting Edge features. Low-cost infrastructure upgrades and the availability of Edge features in majority of mid- to high-end handsets provide a compelling price-performance argument for Edge deployment.
2005-05-04 Dynamically reconfigurable SoC supports 'silicon-sharing'
Atmel launched what it calls the industry's first family of dynamically reconfigurable SoCs that allows multiple interfaces, peripherals and/or operators to share the same silicon at different times.
2007-06-28 Dual-baseband phone calls multiple standards
The LG SH-100 is a multitasking handset that can operate on an array of networking standards, including W-CDMA, EGPRS, CDMA2000 1x and 1x EV-DO while featuring a data rate of 1.8Mps.
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