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2007-03-16 Cooperation sparks hope for new IC test standard
With the OCI effort, the four largest EDA vendors�Cadence, Synopsys, Mentor Graphics and Magma Design Automation�were able to set politics aside and work together to come up with a solution. Maybe the time has come to take a further step.
2005-10-14 Consumer DRAM proliferation will continue, panel finds
System designers should make every effort to use traditional PC DRAM products, but memory suppliers will continue to support an increasing number of memory products not found on the traditional PC memory roadmapsuch as Rambus Inc.'s XDR DRAMaccording to a panel of executives at Denali Software Inc.'s Memcon event Wednesday (Oct. 12
2007-05-25 Console war is no kids' game
Videogame systems have come a long way from the days of a paddle and a bouncing ballinteractive games, online play and realistic graphics have moved gaming from something that only kids play to a pastime of many.
2006-03-28 China's IC demand outpaces production
In China, the nation's growing chip consumption continues to outpace its domestic fab productionby a wide margin, according to market research firm The Information Network.
2004-05-14 Cell processor to debut in fourth quarter
Sony Corp., Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. and IBM Corp. jointly announced that the first application of the cell processor will be a workstation for a digital content creation.
2006-11-09 CE vendors form group to join digital living room duel
Last week, six top consumer electronics vendors formed the WirelessHD group to define 60GHz radios that could carry uncompressed high-definition video across the living room at a roaring 5Gbps.
2006-07-14 Blue laser disc tech market to exceed $28B by 2010
The blue laser disc technology market is expected to exceed $28 billion in sales in 2010, according to a report by the Santa Clara Consulting Group.
2007-03-09 Blu-ray disk sales outpace HD DVD
Sales of movies in the Blu-ray high-definition format have accounted for more than 60 percent of the market since the first week of January, far outpacing sales in the competing HD DVD format.
2011-07-14 ARM leads in digital home space
For several years, ARM has held on to the #1 spot as the processing architecture in the digital home but is now getting competition from the Power Architecture, says Semicast.
2008-02-26 ARM enables 3D graphics in mobile gaming devices
ARM has introduced the ARM Mali-JSR297 software for 3D graphics that enables developers of Java applications to take advantage of the latest hardware graphics features found in OpenGL ES 2.0 GPUs.
2009-04-16 Android extends beyond cellphones
The Google-designed Android platform is reaching out beyond the mobile phone and will soon enter STBs, TVs, VoIP phones, Karaoke boxes and digital photo frames.
2010-09-08 Analyst casts doubt on Apple TV strategy
IMS Research analyst says new Apple TV may have a hard time competing with household mainstays
2009-02-04 Analysis: What's in store for IBM's chip unit?
IBM Corp.'s recent move to implement job cuts within its semiconductor unit follows a dramatic slump in sales, product setbacks and numerous false starts in the sector.
2008-02-21 Analysis: What's ahead for HD video after format war?
Toshiba's decision to discontinue its HD DVD business may help move the high-definition video forward, but there is still plenty of work ahead.
2008-06-17 ADI brings HDMI in digital homes
Today, analog and mixed-signal chips present in video encoders and HDMI connectivity ICs are the components that determine many digital consumer systems' time-to-market.
2007-03-20 A tale of 'haves vs. have-nots' and AMD
Market research firms IC Insights and iSuppli have ranked their top 25 IC vendors in 2006.
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.
2005-04-18 'Synergy' plan in play at Sony
Sony's recent executive shuffle has raised questions about the company's synergy and vertical integration.
2009-02-04 'My Wi-Fi' to enable traveling PANs
Intel Corp. wants to connect millions of Wi-Fi-enabled devices by building a wireless access point called My Wi-Fi into Centrino 2-equipped notebook PCs, establishing a personal area network (PAN) that travels with users.
2010-09-09 TV remotes morph into motion sensors
As TVs and STBs offer more services, their remote controls need to keep up as well, transforming from the traditional clickers to multi-sensor controllers.
2006-06-02 TDG: Microsoft ripe to enter portable gaming in '07, '08
Microsoft will likely leverage its Xbox franchise to enter the portable game console (PGC) market in late 2007 or early 2008, suggests new research from The Diffusion Group.
2008-01-09 Sony-Samsung rivalry to drive OLED market
Sony Corp. and Samsung SDI's brewing competition will cast OLED technology as a solid contender for both mobile applications and standalone TVs, whether as tethered or wireless units.
2011-10-11 Sony to buy out Ericsson?
Sony is nearing a deal to buy out Ericsson from their 10-year joint venture in order to rival Apple and Samsung, according to reports.
2011-03-15 Sony realigns core businesses, hints at next CEO
Sony has bared plans to realign its core electronics and networked service operations into two business groups. The company has also identified a potential successor to current CEO Howard Stringer.
2013-05-15 Sony hangs up electronics badge
Based on Sony's first annual net profit report in five years, it is no longer an electronics company as it generates most of its profits from its financial services department while TV and mobile phone businesses are clearly dragging its bottom line.
2012-03-16 Sharp revamps management, names new president
As it faced a record annual loss with its TV sales going into the red, Sharp has named Takashi Okuda its president, replacing Mikio Katayama.
2008-07-01 Roadrunner strives to lead supercomputer race
IBM Corp.'s Roadrunner will go down in history as the first computer to consistently crank out 1 petaflops.
2003-01-08 Rambus licenses interfaces to Sony, Toshiba
Rambus Inc. has entered agreements with Sony Corp., Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI), and Toshiba Corp. for the license and utilization of two of its latest interfaces: "Yellowstone" and "Redwood."
2012-03-20 Mobile is now all about graphics
Mobile systems are driving toward better graphics, better voice quality and quad-core processors, according to a veteran market watcher.
2007-11-05 MIPS charges into 32bit MCU fray
MIPS Technologies Inc., best known as a supplier of IP cores used in SoCs, will enter the fast-growing, high-volume 32bit microcontroller (MCU) market.
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