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2005-08-03 TSMC to exit Sematech, may join IMEC
Taiwan Semiconductor Mfg Co. will give up its membership in International Sematech later this month, and is
2013-02-20 TransferJet prepped to demo lightspeed wireless at MWC
TransferJet is a low-power, proximity data transfer technology designed to deliver a transfer data rate of up to 560 Mbits per second using a radio carrier centre frequency of typically 4.48MHz.
2008-05-29 Toyota, Matsushita set up new battery plant for hybrid cars
A week after announcing it will build its second battery plant for 'green cars,' Toyota Motor Corp. disclosed it will rev up production of its hybrid cars and is planning a third battery plant in Japan.
2012-07-05 Toumaz acquires fabless DAB radio chip firm
Ultralow power wireless technologies pioneer Toumaz Ltd intends to raise about $46 million before expenses to put toward the purchase of Frontier through a placing of 285.6 million shares.
2005-04-08 Toshiba, Matsushita help Elixent raise $15 million
Toshiba Corp. and Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. Ltd, two customers of reconfigurable hardware developer Elixent Ltd (Bristol, England), have agreed to contribute to a third round investment of $15 million in the U.K. startup company to help develop the technology and the company.
2013-12-19 Toshiba funnels $500M to Indonesia to meet local demand
In response to the fast rise of local demand for electronics, Toshiba has agreed to invest around $400 to $500 million to expand its production capabilities in Indonesia.
2005-01-11 Toshiba drive fuels DVD format wars
Toshiba Corp. announced it will sell a standalone HD-DVD drive for $1,000 in the fourth quarter of the year.
2009-02-05 Top Japan electronics companies see red
Japan's electronics industry, a key driver for the country's economy ,is facing the biggest crisis since 2002and possibly its biggest shock ever.
2009-03-16 Top IC firms less bright in 2008
Almost all of the semiconductor industry's top 25 companies not only reported sales declines last yearthey also underperformed the overall chip industry for the year, according to iSuppli Corp.
2008-06-17 Top CE, IC firms forge RF remote control consortium
Top CE and IC firms have formed the RF4CE Consortium to create a new protocol that will enable the development of RF remote controls that deliver richer communication, increased reliability and more flexible use.
2006-07-06 TI, Broadcom file complaints against Qualcomm in Korea
Texas Instruments and Broadcom have lodged complaints against Qualcomm with South Korea's Fair Trade Commission alleging that the cellphone modem chip maker had abused its dominant position in the market there.
2003-03-07 TI video processor provides VGA resolution
Texas Instruments has rolled a DSP-based digital media processor targeting high-resolution digital still cameras and video camcorders.
2008-04-03 TI joins LiMo in open-handset platform drive
LiMo Foundation, a global consortium of mobile leaders delivering open-handset platform for the mobile industry, welcomes its newest core member, Texas Instruments Inc.
2012-05-15 TI holds on to MEMS crown
TI in 2011 managed to hold on to the leading position it earned in 2010 because of the continuing sales of its digital processing light (DLP) chips, which employ MEMS technology," said Jrmie Bouchaud, director and senior principal analyst for MEMS & sensors at IHS.
2009-06-09 Three alternatives challenge HDMI
At least three companies are fielding new wired alternatives to the HDMI hopes to leapfrog the HDMI 1.4 specification by providing more bandwidth, reach or networking capabilities.
2014-01-27 The lowdown on batteries: Lead-acid batteries
This instalment focuses on the lead-acid battery invented in 1859 by French physicist Gaston Plante.
2014-03-24 The lowdown on batteries: Carbon zinc
Carbon zinc batteries are the least expensive of the primary batteries. They are useful for low-current or intermittent devices.
2004-11-01 The humble power supply
Power supplies that provide ample standby power and full operating load can create enormous reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and even enormous markets for forward-thinking companies.
2009-11-20 Test solution meets HDMI 1.4 compliance
The increased complexity that enables the enhancements of HDMI 1.4 calls for stricter compliance and interoperability tests.
2014-09-01 Ten display market predictions to chew on
Display suppliers are keen observers of the key end markets, and Touch Taiwan exhibition has been ripe with opinions and predictions about the outlook for touch-screen PCs, and the market potential of three-in-one devices that hybridise mobile devices, among others.
2002-01-17 Telemterics servo motor offers doubled panning/tilting speed
Offering twice the speed and thrice the accuracy of older models, the PT-HP-S2 panning/tilting mechanism is designed specifically for ENG and CCD cameras with digital drive lenses.
2008-12-01 Telehealth age dawns
Remote monitoring using wireless technology is finally getting its interoperability act together worldwide. Telehealth technologies are being developed and deployed to reduce visits to hospitals and doctors' offices and improve patient health with lifestyle coaching.
2004-03-24 TDK joins Blu-ray bandwagon
TDK Corp. has joined the Blu-ray Disk Founders group, creating the possibility that BD disks could eliminate cartridges and make it easy to use both DVD and BD disks in the same system.
2005-09-07 TCL to restructure mobile phone venture, licenses editing software
Chinese mobile phone manufacturer TCL has announced a major restructuring of its venture with Alcatel and, separately, a licensing agreement with Picsel to incorporate the latter's image editing software into its latest handsets.
2012-10-16 Tablets, cars to drive CMOS market growth
CMOS image sensor market is expected to grow at an 11 per cent CAGR in revenue from 2012-2017, growing from $6.6 billion this year to $11 billion in 2017.
2012-09-19 Tablets to drive display shipments by 56% this year
IHS revealed that shipments of tablet displays this year are projected to reach 126.6 million units, up from 82.1 million units last year.
2007-11-07 Survey notes low repair rate for LCD, plasma TVs
A study by Consumer Reports found that LCD and plasma TVs require few repairs during the first three years of use and warned buyers they would be wasting their money if they bought extended warranties for the devices.
2004-10-05 STMicro, Nokia to boost 3G smartphone market
STMicroelectronics and Nokia have expanded their cooperation into the area of Series 60 product creation.
2009-02-11 Startup readies RRAMs for mass production
Australian startup 4DS Inc. claims to have made a major breakthrough in resistive RAM (RRAM) technology.
2013-09-16 Stagnant IC market to see sizeable revenue growth next year
ABI Research reported that the worldwide total semiconductor market will grow three per cent this year to reach $298 billion, but major market growth is expected later in 2014 or early 2015.
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