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2016-03-18 i.MX 7 provides power-efficient processing for wearables
The new NXP applications processor enables Orcam's wearable personal assistant product to create an "augmented attention" experience that can be used for context-based applications.
2003-07-16 Handspring merger heeds a new PDA order
Handspring Inc.'s acquisition by Palm Inc. seems more of a homecoming for the very same people who were at the helm in creating the first successful PDA at Palm during the mid-1990s and founded a new handheld outfit later in 1998.
2002-02-25 TI powers HP Jornada with OMAP processor
HP unveiled at the 3GSM World Congress the HP Jornada 928 full-color wireless digital assistant, which is powered by TI's OMAP 710 processor
2002-07-26 Eten introduces Chinese-language PocketPC
Eten Information Systems Co. Ltd has introduced the InfoTouch P600 PocketPC that supports traditional and simplified Chinese characters, and provides GPRS capability.
2001-08-09 Delivering 'voice + data' to mobile terminals
This conference technical paper presents current developments made by Intel in the world of computing, communications and networking.
2001-02-01 UAO as TQM
When Arthur Young decided to shift PSi Technologies Inc.'s focus to power semiconductors, he was to change more than what the company was making. He was to refocus his all-Filipino staff's orientation toward work and personal responsibility
2004-01-15 Transmeta, Via take embedded tack
Markets outside of the late-adopting U.S. for personal appliances, media appliances and non-PC computing devices are growing this year
2002-11-08 IBM reveals vision of the next-generation PC
IBM Corp.'s Personal Computer Division previewed technologies intended to make PCs smarter and easier to maintain
2013-02-07 YotaDevices boasts dual screen LTE smartphone
The YotaPhone is a powerful Android phone with a coloured LCD display on one side and electronic paper display for reading and e-tickets on the other.
2014-06-02 Voice, gesture controls double as always-on observers
Always-on analytics pair with always-on connectivity and augmented reality, promising more conveniences where every gesture or every spoken word may create actionable data.
2015-12-22 Need for local intelligence in IoT surveillance apps
Find out why it is imperative that edge devices such as security cameras acquire some level of intelligence while some of the data is sent to the cloud servers.
2014-09-19 iPhone 6 lure hinges on iOS 8
iPhone 6 and 6 Plus may just be a hit, not because they are bigger, but because they come with a bucketful of APIs, creating a possibility of apps cooperating together for a true AI experience.
2014-01-10 Intel develops reference design for smart earphones
The smart earbuds are aimed at fitness enthusiasts and is unique for being built into an accessory that many people already wear when they exercise.
2012-12-06 Excite 10 SE tablet features Tegra 3 processor
Toshiba has recently announced the availability of their Android powered tablet which features Nvidia's Tegra 3 quad-core processor and an AutoBrite HD touchscreen display.
2004-01-01 Voice-over-broadband: Is China up for it?
The burgeoning telecom market in China looks certain to be one of the key countries driving the global DSL market in a few years' time.
2004-09-14 VIA enhanced Xine Player supports MPEG-4, MPEG-2
VIA released enhancements to the Xine project in the form of VeXP 3.0 that supports hardware-based MPEG-4 and MPEG-2 video acceleration.
2007-04-23 Use of the LMV112 to reduce reference clock interaction in handheld device
This article discusses how the LMV112 clock buffer amplifier can resolve clock interference issue among different chipsets.
2012-01-03 Top smartphone trends of 2011
As we begin the new year, it is worth recording some of the more significant episodes that left their mark on the mobile market in 2011.
2008-11-03 Teardowns provide renewed opportunities for Apple
Teardowns of current products are insightful, but teardowns of older products that failed can provide broader perspective.
2002-07-18 Synthesis of nanoparticles coming into focus
Scientists are fast gaining control over the building of tiny particles, accomplishing nanoparticle synthesis in both inorganic and organic chemistries. University of Arkansas researchers here have devised a
2010-03-15 Security threats push Asia Pacific biometrics market
Frost & Sullivan's The Asia Pacific Biometrics Market analysis finds that the market earned revenues of over $165 million in 2009 for hardware only and estimates to reach $700.7 million in 2015.
2003-11-21 Philips to launch 'near-field' products for smart cards
Philips will roll out new consumer products in '04 integrating a smart card reader based on near-field comms.
2005-07-11 O2Micro receives U.S. patent for inverter circuits
O2Micro Int. Ltd was granted 4 claims under U.S. patent number 6,897,698 for its phase shifting and pulse width modulation (PWM) driving circuits and methods
2009-09-14 Mobile TV RF tuners extend battery life
Analog Devices Inc. has beefed up its lineup of mobile TV RF product family with the introduction of what the company claims is the smallest terrestrial mobile TV RF tuners.
2001-07-01 Korean engineers seek fulfillment through change
Changing careers has now become a trend for Korean engineers wanting to achieve professional growth and better compensation packages.
2008-09-01 Internet transforms CE into computing devices
Forget Atom. Forget Android. To see the future of computing, look to the Adobe Open Screen Project, an ambitious effort to bring full-featured Internet experience to devices ranging from TVs to mobile handsets. Should the project achieve its aims, it will radically alter CE devices and our relationships with them.
2010-09-20 Intel: Future devices will be able to "read" minds
Intel says context-aware devices the future of computing
2005-06-23 India's Quasar to launch GSM handset
A high-end GSM mobile handset designed by Quasar Innovations Pvt. Ltd, an India-based startup, is due to be launched in Europe within the next two months by long distance carrier Primus Telecommunications Group.
2014-04-02 Hiring managers prefer men over women for STEM careers
Women are a minority in STEM jobs because they are kept out by hiring managers of both genders, who prefer to hire men for math- or technology-intensive positions.
2005-06-17 Fiberbyte's modules give synchronous realtime control on USB
Fiberbyte's DAQ-2500X module has four independent 16-bit resolution 100kS/s simultaneous-sampling analog input channels. Each channel packs its own A/D converter.
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