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2006-03-29 Charge-pump converters suit battery-powered CE devices
Microchip Technology announced a new family of positively-regulated charge-pump DC/DC converters.
2013-10-21 Mobile devices catalyst for power, analogue ICs strength
Sales and unit shipments of both analogue and digital ICs are forecast to post gains in 2013, but the strength of these increases will differ considerably, according to IHS.
2010-04-22 Intel to drive personal energy management
Intel Corp. chief technology officer Justin Rattner said the company wants to be a part of the technology industry that ushers in the era of person energy management.
2008-01-17 Digital living room challenge: Make devices talk wirelessly
Since a full suite of HDTVs, DVD players and cameras are now being delivered by consumer electronics companies into the digital living room, the question of how best to connect them wirelessly arises.
2011-12-01 BAN: The answer to low-cost consumer health devices
BAN is seen to be the answer to spiraling health care costs and provider shortages. Because of this, wireless standards groups and the IEEE are embracing BAN technology.
2005-02-01 Architecture options for convergent devices
Choose the right architecture that would help leverage multiprotocol flexibility in future handheld convergent devices
2006-12-20 Card' server streams content to devices
Agere Systems' screenless, credit card-size mobile content server lets consumers access, back up and share digital content among multiple devices in a peer-to-peer mode over the Internet
2004-01-27 Wavecom eyes wireless silicon development market
Wavecom SA has announced plans to begin the immediate implementation of a new organizational structure that will focus on its two principal target markets and on wireless silicon development.
2005-02-04 Falanx targets handheld graphics
The notion that a cellphone can be the point of convergence for personal communications, photography, video and gaming poses an interesting architectural problem: Each of these functions has its own computationally-intensive algorithms
2008-03-04 Understanding low-power wireless network standards
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and ZigBee all have a place in the world of wireless communications. But for different reasons, none are a particularly good fit for wireless sensor networks
2004-12-13 Too many radios, too little cell space
Cellphone makers are about to find out how many radios they can squeeze into a handset.
2007-09-25 TI's million-dollar Rx for medical tech research
Universities worldwide stand to gain from $15 million worth of medical technology research funds to be granted by Texas Instruments Inc.
2006-10-19 ST, Nanotron team-up for location networks
STMicroelectronics and Nanotron Technologies have joined forces to develop complete designs for wireless control and sensor networks targeted at the real time location systems market.
2006-12-19 SK Telecom, Staccato partner on UWB mobile services
Staccato Communications and Korea's SK Telecom unveiled plans for the global delivery of UWB wireless PAN mobile phone services
2007-04-16 Show mirrors China's rising design status
China continues to lure manufacturers from all over, aggressively honing its design expertise to gain a bigger slice of the revenue pie.
2014-04-24 Shift of consumers' device usage threatens smartphones
Kilopass' Charlie Cheng sees a paradigm shift towards the adoption of fewer mobile devices that could lead to the irrelevance of smartphones. Instead of buying multiple devices, users are opting for just one that consolidates all functions
2004-07-30 Samsung HDTV SoCs comply with FCC standards
Samsung introduced a SoC device for high-definition TVs and digital STBs to meet U.S. FCC requirements.
2003-05-27 RFMD, Silicon Wave partner on Bluetooth solutions
RF Micro Devices and Silicon Wave have agreed to enter into a strategic relationship for Bluetooth solutions manufacturing and distribution
2004-11-11 RFMD supplies POLARIS transceivers to AT&T Wireless
RF Micro Devices Inc. (RFMD) is shipping volume quantities of its POLARIS TOTAL RADIO solution for use in the recently announced Ogo wireless device from AT&T Wireless
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.
2002-10-23 PalmSource, Sony Ericsson aim for Bluetooth compatibility
PalmSource Inc. and Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications AB have announced their plans surrounding the optimization of the Bluetooth interoperability between Sony Ericsson mobile phones and Palm Powered mobile devices
2011-07-04 Neul's $12.8M fund to support M2M radio trials
Neul has raised $12.8 million from a venture capital syndicate, an amount that would support ongoing wireless data trials to assess the viability of the TV white-space spectrum for M2M communications
2006-04-03 Mobile operators hammer on costs
Mobile operators are facing a huge shakeout as ARPU drops dramatically for voice, and the only subscriber growth remains in emerging markets such as mobile TV and converged Wi-Fi/GSM phones.
2009-06-05 Medical, home net apps to propel mobile growth
Qualcomm Inc. executive VP Steve stated that much of the future for mobile communications lies in applications such as mobile health and digital home networking at the GSA and IET Semiconductor Forum
2015-02-26 LTE chips and IoT: Opportunity on shaky ground
Altair Semiconductor aims to fuel the machine-to-machine market toward 4G LTE with two chip sets coming out ahead of expected 3GPP standards for the Internet of Things.
2010-06-10 LEDs to transmit data, too?
With enough advance work, new LED light fixtures could also be wired into the network backbone, accomplishing wireless communications to any device without burdening the crowded RF bands
2006-09-06 Korea's IT exports reach $9.85B in August
South Korea's exports of information technology products reached $9.85 billion last month, a 13.3 percent rise over $8.7 billion a year ago.
2006-04-03 IPTV: Think outside the box
Learn to make careful design and architecture choices for IPTV STBs.
2009-06-25 Intel, Nokia explore PC-mobile convergence
Intel Corp. and Nokia Corp. have joined forces to develop next-generation mobile computing devices that both tout to go beyond the current generation of products as they fight to maintain dominance in their respective market segments
2009-06-25 IBM injects $100M on mobile comms research
IBM Corp. is investing $100 million in mobile research over the next five years in an effort to recreate mobile services for businesses and consumers.
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