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2009-03-19 Nvidia technology to go into PS3
Nvidia Corp. has signed a tools and middleware license agreement for PlayStation3 (PS3) with Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
2008-02-06 Nvidia acquires gaming physics tech provider
Nvidia has signed a definitive agreement to acquire AGEIA Technologies, a gaming physics technology provider.
2007-01-01 Nintendo woos casual gamers with intuitive Wii
A teardown of Wii shows a comparatively simple design with far fewer major components than its competittion's.
2006-05-12 New Sony COO bullish on Blu-ray
Sony Electronics' new president and chief operating officer, Stan Glasgow, believes the Blu-ray Disc format will emerge as the winner.
2005-08-03 Mobile standards, APIs on table at graphics show
High-end graphics on meaty engineering workstations used to be the bread and butter of the Siggraph conference every summer, but companies with advances in cell phone media will put on a significant spread at this week's Los Angeles event.
2006-11-16 LSI intros multimedia processor for low-cost CE apps
LSI Logic Corp. has introduced its first chip under the Zevio ASIC platforma multimedia application processor designed to power sub-$100 consumer devices.
2008-12-17 iPhone mania lifts MEMS market
Global revenue from shipments of MEMS for mobile handsets is projected to grow at a compound annual rate of 34.4 percent from 2007 through 2012, largely to the success of iPhone, according to iSuppli Corp.
2008-08-25 Intel plugs Internet into TV, STB platforms
The CE 3100, aka Canmore, represents an initiative that speaks to everything from Intel's growing SoC capabilities to its drive toward Internet TV, a concept that has left many pioneers dead by the roadside.
2007-11-01 Improve embedded 3D graphics with OCP
Using the Open Core Protocol can reduce the time and cost of developing 3D graphics technology for the embedded space.
2005-01-07 IBM-led consortium to build fab in N.Y., say reports
New York Gov. George Pataki is expected on Wednesday (Jan. 5) to unveil a plan for an IBM-led consortium that includes AMD, Infineon and Sony to invest more than $2.5 billion in a wafer fab, according to a
2002-04-04 IBM, Sony and Toshiba to co-develop advanced chip processes
In a deal that will move SOI and other advanced semiconductor process technologies into cost-sensitive consumer electronics ICs, IBM, Sony Corp., Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. and Toshiba have signed a four-year process technology development agreement.
2008-06-20 IBM, Intel climb up Top 500 'most powerful' list
IBM Corp. and Intel Corp. share bragging rights in the latest release of the world's most powerful computers as Big Blue broke the petaflops barrier with its Roadrunner system while Intel snagged its biggest share of sockets ever in the Top 500 list.
2006-01-23 IBM's 300mm jump could bode well for PDF Solutions
The news of a 250 percent jump in revenue from IBM's 300mm fab in East Fishkill, New York could bode well for process integration technology provider PDF Solutions Inc.
2006-12-13 HDTV-on-a-chip promises simpler system
Broadcom Corp. announced a "television-on-a-chip" which it touts as the first digital HDTV silicon solution to support full 1,080-progressive display resolution.
2005-09-05 HD-DVD debut may be delayed
Toshiba Corp.'s plan to introduce HD-DVD players ahead of Blu-ray Disc (BD) players in the U.S. may be delayed, the company said.
2007-09-10 HD DVD vs. Blu-ray: A high-definition confusion
The HD DVD vs. Blu-ray format battle waged among Hollywood studios and CE giants seeking to control the high-definition DVD market boils down to three words: 'Confusion, confusion, confusion!'
2008-11-24 Hacking down on video game energy use
Individual gamers and console makers could significantly reduce energy use from video games, according to study that identified the Nintendo Wii as the industry's most efficient "juice sipper."
2007-01-16 Gyroscopes take MEMS to consumer devices
InvenSense announced volume production of low-cost integrated dual-axis gyroscopes that could give accelerometers a run for their money as the MEMs of choice in new consumer gadgets.
2008-02-14 Guitar Hero jams go wireless
Much as musicians often go wireless to allow for freedom onstage, the Xbox 360 Guitar Hero III Les Paul wireless controller, manufactured by RedOctane, lets players do spinning jumps off the couch.
2007-10-22 Going fab-lite: Sony offloads fabs to Toshiba
Sony is transferring its advanced fab lines to Toshiba, marking Sony's shift towards a fab-liteor perhaps a fablessstrategy.
2007-12-07 Gartner: Tough times ahead as industry shifts to 32nm
Gartner has pulled down its forecast for the semiconductor industry for this year and next, warning times will only get tougher as the industry moves to 32nm process technology.
2007-06-08 Gaming platforms: A goldmine for designers
Chip and software designers have an opportunity to be part of the multi-100-million gaming platform shipments, as platforms respond faster to user demands by converging on interactivity, connectivity and information display.
2008-05-26 Game consoles fail Greenpeace's green electronics test
In the "Playing Dirty" report by Greenpeace, the organization revealed that the world's most popular game consoles Nintendo Wii, Sony PS3 Elite and Microsoft Xbox 360 tested positive for hazardous chemicals and materials.
2006-04-24 Fujitsu, Mitsui form quantum dot lasers JV
Fujitsu and Mitsui have formed a joint venture, dubbed QD Laser Inc., to develop and make quantum dot lasers.
2005-08-01 For PS3's creator, this isn't a game
Sony's Ken Kutaragi turns his vision into a reality as he sets a computer revolution in motion with the new Cell-powered PS3.
2006-02-01 Fate of high-def DVD may lie with Microsoft
After months of intense wrangling between the competing Blu-ray and HD-DVD groups, the battle lines in the war over a next-generation high-definition DVD format have moved to the doorstep of Microsoft Corp.
2008-01-17 Ecosystem control is key in high-def DVD war
Warner Bros.' switch from the HD DVD camp to Blu-ray Disc underscores that the high-def DVD format battle lies not only on the technology but taking control of the ecosystem.
2006-10-27 Dull holidays for electronics, says iSuplli
Consumer electronics cannot rely on a single killer application to drive holiday spending this year, according iSuppli Corp.
2007-11-08 Distributed computing net makes Guinness, thanks to PS3
The Folding@home distributed computing project has been recognized by Guinness World Records as the most powerful distributed computing network in the world, thanks to gamers and Sony's PS3.
2007-02-26 Design low-power multiprocessor chips
The demand for higher performance and more features has only served to increase total system power consumption.
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