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What is a netbook?
A netbook (a portmanteau of Internet and notebook) is a type of laptop computer originally designed for wireless communication and Internet acess as primary productivity environments.
The early avatars of the netbook have faced difficulty meeting consumer expectations of a "smaller laptop" from netbooks.
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2009-10-16 ARM exec urges 50% power consumption cut at 22nm
ARM Holdings plc president Tudor noted at a presentation the processor intellectual-property licensor's concern regarding power consumption on the next-generation chip design.
2009-11-16 Antennas handle Wi-Fi, Bluetooth ops simultaneously
SkyCross'single-antenna solution offers >35dB of isolation between Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, enabling their coexistence in compact devices.
2010-07-13 Analysts weigh in on Semicon 2010
Unlike last year's event, which was depressing due to the IC downturn, the industry is looking forward to a better Semicon West. Analysts weigh in on the mood entering into the event.
2009-10-02 Analysts weigh in on Intel's French strategy
Speculations on Intel's intent to buy Freescale's wireless unit in France left analysts pondering on the chip giant's strategy.
2009-11-17 Analysts take on handset OEMs' latest offerings
Analysts give their fearless forecasts on handset OEMs' latest products and Google's possible entry in the cellphone arena.
2010-01-19 Analysts hail Apple, Qualcomm CES winners
Analysts were left upbeat and singled out Apple and Qualcomm as two of the big winners from the CES, although they cited overcrowded markets and carrier bandwidth as two limiting factors to watch.
2011-06-02 Analysts argue on iPad's effect on PC market
Analysts firms are mixed regarding the effect the iPad and other tablet devices are having on the PC market. A report from Bedford examined this outlook for companies in the personal computer industry.
2012-01-30 Analyst: New size TV panel shipments stay high
WitsView reveals that new TV sizes such as 39in and 50in remained strong in December last year.
2012-06-25 Analyst: Display panel shipments up in May 2012
WitsView reports that worldwide large-sized panel shipments in May 2012 amounted to 64.43 million units.
2009-05-21 AnalogicTech stays 'fabless without foundries'
To explain the current issues in analog, EE Times caught up with Richard Williams, president, CEO and chief technology officer of Advanced Analogic Technologies Inc., a fabless analog chip vendor.
2008-11-20 Adobe-ARM team up boosts ARM-powered devices
Adobe Systems and ARM have announced a technology collaboration to optimize and enable Adobe Flash Player 10 and Adobe AIR for ARM-powered devices.
2009-12-10 Acer nabs No. 2 spot in PC market
Acer Inc. of Taiwan in the Q3 09 rose to second place in the worldwide PC business, up from third place during the previous quarter.
2008-10-15 ABI: Ultramobile device market to hit $27B in 2013
ABI Research principal analyst Philip Solis forecasts that total revenues earned by vendors in the UMD market will increase from $3.5 billion in 2008 to nearly $27 billion in 2013.
2010-02-08 ABI: 57M media tablets to ship by 2015
The market segment for media tablet, according ABI Research, will see four million units shipped this year and will zoom to about 57 million annually by 2015.
2013-05-23 A $200 ultrathin, touch-screen PC from Intel? Possible.
The company plans to empower the PC industry to produce low-cost notebooks incorporating touch technology given the sky-high prices of Ultrabooks and other ultrathins.
2011-04-20 9% CAGR seen for IC market up to 2013
The global IC industry is forecast to post a 9 percent CAGR from 2011 to 2013, due mainly to strong sales of portable PCs, specifically in China, India, Latin America and the Middle East.
2009-04-30 3G connectivity powers CE, ultramobile apps
IMS Research estimates that in 2008, suppliers shipped over 3.5 million 3G-enabled devices with over 80 percent of these deployed in Europe. By 2014, IMS Research forecasts annual shipment volume of wireless wide area network-enabled devices at 90 million units.
2010-01-13 32nm SSDs deliver design flexibility, cost savings
Toshiba Corp. grows its line-up of solid-state drives (SSDs) based on the company's 32nm multi-level cell (MLC) NAND flash memories.
2011-07-28 2Q11 LCD panel shipments up 12.7%
There is a 12.7 percent QoQ growth and 8 percent YoY growth on the global shipments of large-sized panels, according to WitsView.
2010-07-30 2Gb 50nm DDR2 supports Oak Trail
Micron's new 2Gb 50nm DDR2 provides key benefits to the upcoming Intel Atom (Oak Trail) Platform. Micron is expected to begin sampling its device in September 2010, with production planned for Q4 2010.
2008-10-02 256Gbyte SSDs with MLC ready for market debut
Toshiba has enhanced its line up of NAND-flash-based SSD with the addition of a 256Gbyte model and the launch of small-sized flash modules.
2009-12-23 1.66GHz Atom packs graphics, memory controller
Intel Corp. is offering new versions of its Atom processor that integrate graphics and a memory controller on the same die as the x86 CPU.
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