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2009-11-20 Amimon brings WHDI to notebook PCs
After losing a spot in the latest Sony model, Amimon makes a strategic change in product focus from living-room TV to PCs, and in its business model.
2008-11-07 Amimon boasts WHDI tech in HDTV design win
Consumer electronics makers are differentiating TV tuner and media receiver units from HDTV displays, thus releasing the first round of a wireless home network struggle emphasizing on simple, two-way HD wireless connectivity between display and tuner.
2012-11-07 Amazon has less to lose with Kindle Fire HD
At $174, the Kindle Fire HD costs slightly less to make than its sales price of $199, compared to the original Kindle Fire that was priced the same at $199, but was initially estimated to carry $201.70 in BOM costs.
2004-07-23 Alliance seeks consensus for broadband over powerline
The HomePlug Powerline Alliance is seeking comments from industry over the specifications likely to be required for delivering data at broadband speeds over powerlines.
2009-06-18 Alliance pushes HD spec for surveillance apps
A group of chip and systems companies have launched a new standard for high-definition (HD) surveillance systems.
2010-03-29 Alliance aims to bring smart grid to home nets
U-Snap Alliance members are targeting to field in Q3 the first products based on its specifications for carrying smart grid data over home networks.
2009-03-05 Agreement promotes standard specs for RF remotes
The Zigbee Alliance and the RF4CE Consortium have reached an agreement to deliver a standardized specification for RF remote controls.
2008-10-21 Affordable silicon ink speeds up RFID tagging
Printing thin-film circuits on flexible substrates may be available in the market with the release of what is believed as silicon ink's first commercial integration.
2007-07-13 Adcore-Tech ships samples of W-CDMA baseband processor
Adcore-Tech has started shipping samples of the W-CDMA baseband processor it was set up to develop.
2014-06-06 A4WP ups Rezence charging specification to 50W
The move to support higher power will extend the magnetic resonance-based wireless chargingwhich uses the 6.78MHz frequency bandto devices including laptops and tablets.
2009-01-14 60GHz, MoCA take center stage at CES
The Consumer Electronics Show demonstrated the latest advances home networking and interconnect but the 60GHz wireless and Multimedia over Coax (MoCA) showed the most traction.
2011-07-01 60GHz specs promise new wireless apps
The development of 60GHz specs is underway, with WiGig publishing a version 1.1 of its MAC/Phy spec and a WiGig Bus Extension defining an adaption layer for running PCIe on top of its 60GHz technology.
2007-08-02 3M, Sony settle battery patent row
3M has dropped its battery patent lawsuit against Sony after the Tokyo-based electronics maker agreed to license 3M-developed materials for cathodes in batteries.
2009-11-03 3D TV: Sure win or long shot?
Participants at the FPD International 2009 panel stressed key reasons why they must seize the moment now to push 3D into the home and a list of reasons why it remains a long shot.
2010-03-08 3D TV shipments to hit 78M units by 2015
Global 3D TV shipments will reach 78 million units by 2015, rising at a CAGR of 80 percent from 4.2 million in 2010 according to iSuppli Corp.
2010-03-03 3D TV launch rouses eyestrain concern
Experts in human perception are raising concerns that stereo 3D TVs could cause eye strain and related health problems.
2010-03-04 3D TV boom spurs need for health research fund
Big bucks will be made selling stereo 3D TV over the next few years, but whether any of it funds research on the health impacts of broad use of such novel systems remains to be seen.
2013-10-21 3D memory improved via laser thermal anneal application
Laser thermal anneal application can enhance the current in vertical polysilicon channel devices for 3D memory, as demonstrated by Imec and Excico.
2009-01-06 2009 IC fearless forecasts
2009 is just beginning to unfold in the electronics industry and there is already a looming uncertainty based on recent industry data.
2010-01-12 2009 clean tech investments reach $5.6B
The Cleantech Group and along with Deloitte revealed that preliminary results for clean technology venture investments in 2009 in North America, Europe, China and India totaled $5.6 billion in 557 deals.
2008-10-01 1H 08 shows revamp in IC ranking
A big shakeup in the top 20 semiconductor supplier ranking for 1H 08 has been reported by IC Insights Inc. Although the top four ranked companies stayed put in their spots, there were a number of "movers and shakers" up and down the list.
2007-11-15 'Green' silicon ink prints cheaper RFID tags
Kovio claimed that RFID tags using its 'green' silicon ink will drop Kovio's price from 15 cents today to 5 cents by 2008, when Kovio begins volume production of its inkjet-printed RFID tags.
2009-04-28 'First' 22nm SRAM cells from EUV litho debut
IMEC has presented what it claims is to be the first functional 22nm CMOS SRAM cells made using extreme UV (EUV) lithography. The SRAM cells are made with FinFETs and have both the contact and metal-1 layer printed using a full-field EUV alpha demo tool from ASML.
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