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2009-06-16 LEDs shine bright in notebooks
IMS Research forecasts that the market for LEDs in notebooks will grow from around $200 million in 2008 to over $800 million in 2010.
2002-09-16 Intel, VeriSign to increase security for notebooks
Intel Corp. and VeriSign Inc. have partnered to improve wireless security for corporate notebooks based on Intel's upcoming Banias processor.
2011-08-12 Intel's $300M fund focuses on next-gen notebooks
Intel Capital launched a $300 million Ultrabook Fund to bankroll startups working on technologies in line with its new concept for next-generation notebooks.
2004-02-24 Intel proposes hybrid fuel cell for notebooks
Intel Corp. is proposing a concept for a hybrid fuel cell that could drive a thin-and-light notebook computer for eight hours.
2010-05-26 Intel Core processors tailored for ultrathin notebooks
The new Intel Core 2010 processors are expected to power as many as 40 systems designs less than an inch thick and weighing just two to five pounds.
2008-12-19 India awaits WiMAX-ready notebooks
Intel Corp. is working with Indian service providers and device manufacturers to help bring WiMAX-ready notebooks and netbooks to the India market segment mid-2009.
2009-01-20 Image sensor addresses notebooks' low-light sensitivity demand
OmniVision Technologies Inc. has introduced the OV7740, which was developed specifically to address the low-light sensitivity demands of the fast-growing notebook PC market.
2005-04-13 IBM, Sanyo team on fuel cells for notebooks
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd and IBM Japan will collaborate to develop a micro direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) system for IBM's ThinkPad notebooks.
2006-04-11 HP to integrate Cingular's BroadbandConnect tech in notebooks
Cingular Wireless and Hewlett-Packard announced a marketing agreement that will integrate Cingular's BroadbandConnect into future HP business notebooks.
2008-12-15 HP taps Boston-Power batteries for notebooks
Hewlett-Packard will provide as an option for many of its consumer notebook computers a Li-ion battery that promises a faster charge time and a threefold longer life span than existing batteries.
2009-01-13 Graphics processors for notebooks launched
Advanced Micro Devices has rolled out the first versions of its RV770 graphics processor geared for use in notebook computers. The HD4000 series is the first to support DirectX 10.1 graphics and GDDR5 memory in notebooks.
2006-05-23 Graphic processors power HP, Compaq notebooks
Nvidia announced that the GeForce Go 6150 and nForce Go 430 graphics processors are available in the HP Pavilion dv2000 series and Compaq Presario V3000 series of notebook PCs.
2010-08-04 GPU shipments increase as notebooks keep growing
Overall shipments of graphics chips increased by four percent from Q1 10 even as shipments of discrete GPUs for desktops fell 21.4 percent, reports Jon Peddie Research.
2003-09-24 Fuel cells power up for notebooks
NEC and Toshiba showed prototypes of fuel cells that they said would find their way into notebook computers before the end of next year.
2008-09-10 Freescale positions LED backlight driver for notebooks, FPDs
Freescale Semiconductor is now sampling the first LED backlight product in its power management IC portfolio.
2006-08-29 Fingerprint sensor IC adds security to PCs, notebooks
The new fingerprint sensor IC with TrustedCore PBA from Fujitsu Microelectronics America adds a vital layer of security to PCs, notebooks and tablet PCs.
2008-02-07 Ericsson equips Lenovo notebooks with built-in HSPA
Ericsson and Lenovo have partnered to provide select Lenovo ThinkPad notebooks with mobile broadband modules based on HSPA.
2004-06-14 Dual-link wireless module eyed for notebooks
In a presentation at the PCI Special Interest Group developer's conference here this week, engineers will discuss a wireless module that can use either a 1X Express or a USB 2.0 interconnect.
2009-07-14 Dual MOSFET solution designed for notebooks
Fairchild Semiconductor brings designers a dual MOSFET solution that suits notebooks, netbooks, servers, telecom and other DC/DC designs. The FDMC8200 integrates an optimized control (high-side) and synchronous (low-side) 30V N-Channel MOSFET into one 3mm x 3mm MLP module.
2002-04-04 DT Solution notebooks gain more of Taiwan market
According to the latest statistics released by Taiwan's Market Intelligence Center, DT Solution notebook PCs accounted for 15 percent of the Taiwan notebook market last year.
2009-06-30 DSP brings audio recording studio in notebooks
Analog Devices Inc.'s Sharc floating-point DSP has enabled a laptop computer to pack an audio recording studio.
2006-05-26 Devices improve 1394b performance in notebooks, PCs
Texas Instruments announced two new 1394b devices at WinHEC.
2003-09-19 CSR Bluetooth-enables Apple notebooks
Cambridge Silicon Radio has announced that Apple has selected CSR BlueCore chips with AFH features to Bluetooth-enable its line of PowerBook G4 notebooks.
2008-12-05 Controller handles multiple power supplies in notebooks
Maxim Integrated Products has developed the MAX17101, a dual, Quick-PWM step-down controller with synchronous rectification for generating 5V/3.3V supplies in battery-powered systems.
2010-12-13 Chipsets suit notebooks, 19V synchronous buck apps
The small and medium can devices feature low charge and on-state resistance to minimize conduction and switching losses while cutting component count by 30 percent, reducing overall system cost.
2007-08-15 China BAK to supply Li-ion batteries for HP notebooks
China BAK Battery and HP are negotiating an agreement for BAK to supply Li-ion batteries for use in HP notebooks.
2009-10-01 ARM threatens Intel's reign on sub-notebooks
ARM processors will overtake Intel's Atom by 2012, taking 55 percent of sub-notebook market share.
2006-08-04 Apple, PC notebooks might be vulnerable to wireless attack
Wireless device drivers for computers running both Apple Computer and Microsoft operating systems appear to be full of holes, and a prominent security researcher recommends turning off wireless cards until the holes can be fixed.
2006-02-17 Apple's Intel notebooks to be faster than expected
Apple Computer will start shipping its first Intel-based notebook this week, but with faster processors than originally announced when Steve Jobs introduced the new Macs last month.
2013-11-29 Analyst: Touch-enabled notebooks to hit 20M in 2013
NPD DisplaySearch said this year, touch-panel notebook shipments will reach 11 percent penetration, and predicted that by 2017, touch-panel penetration is expected to reach nearly 40 percent.
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