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2004-01-28 Philips to work with IBM on RFID
Royal Philips Electronics and IBM Corp. have announced an alliance to jointly pursue the growing market for RFIDs and smart cards
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
2005-09-01 Philips to demo roll-up display at IFA
Philips subsidiary Polymer Vision NV is planning to demonstrate a handheld device with a roll-out electronic display at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA), a consumer electronics exhibition due to take place in Berlin, Germany, Sept. 2 to 7.
2006-11-28 Peripherals controller IC revs phone-to-PC downloads
Cypress is rolling out a dedicated peripherals controller that is said to boost the transfer rates for complex data and media files from a handset to a PC via a USB link at speeds up to 480Mbps
2015-06-16 PC, chip demand in Q2 plunge to almost 20
Although the iPhone supply chain and the automotive market offer some respite to the industry, chip demand also is weak for tablets, TVs and many Android phones, reported Deutsche Bank
2005-07-01 OS helps developers get to market on time
Off-the-shelf software is more than merely providing code--it's helping harried developers get to market on time
2006-09-06 Option to supply wireless modules to Samsung
Option N.V. announced that it will supply its GTM351E embedded wireless module to Samsung Electronics. Samsung will integrate the modules in notebooks and Ultra-Mobile PCs
2012-10-23 Opinion: Is NFC the successor to Bluetooth
Are NFCs positioned to follow Bluetooth's path as a massively sold product that is underutilised
2005-11-10 On the road to the 4-Gpixel camera
As a physicist who has always been fascinated with cameras and photography, Graham Flint has applied his skills to information display
2010-04-01 Nvidia, AMD go head-to-head on adapter cards
Ranking according to price, power consumption and performance, Jon Peddie Research gives AMD's HD5870 graphics adapter cards nearly twice the score of Nvidia's GTX480 cards
2014-03-27 Nvidia shifts mobile focus to embedded systems, cars
Nvidia will give 3D chip stacks a nudge forward with its next-generation GPUs and will also focus its mobile strategy on embedded systems and cars rather than smartphones and tablets. These are the key takeaways at this year's GPU Tech Conference.
2015-05-25 Nothing left to be invented in embedded control (Part 2
In this instalment, we learn that the power of the core independent peripherals is multiplied when we connect them together, relieving the CPU from potentially large computational loads and real-time constraints.
2008-07-22 Nokia Siemens to focus on DSL, optical access
Nokia Siemens Networks plans to focus on DSL and next generation optical access (NGOA) technology and limit its investment in existing gigabit passive optical networks (GPON
2003-01-02 Nokia provides 3G network to Taiwan mobile operator
Taiwan Cellular Corp. (TCC) has signed Nokia as its supplier of 3G networks in Taiwan.
2003-04-10 New group aims to secure PCs, PDAs, cell phones
Fifteen companies have formed an industry initiative to define and promote a specification for security in PCs, servers, PDAs and cellphones
2012-07-19 NAND flash prices stabilize, expected to wane in Q3 2012
Due to the demand for smartphones, tablet PCs, and ultrabooks, suppliers are increasing the output ratio of MLC products and reducing that of TLCs
2007-05-15 Multicore MCUs operate up to 200MHz
Renesas Technology Corp. has developed five SH7205 and SH7265 MCU models that incorporate two SH2A-FPU CPU cores and operate at a maximum frequency of 200MHz.
2005-08-29 Motorola, Intel team up to speed IMS roll out
Motorola Inc. and Intel Corp. will jointly create a proof of concept for IP multimedia subsystem (IMS) network functions based on Motorola's AdvancedTCA Avantellis communications server.
2004-06-21 Motorola licenses encryption technology to Korea
Motorola Inc. is licensing its cable scrambling technology for use in the fast-growing South Korean market for cable TV and Internet access.
2009-07-14 More mobile phones to pack accelerometers in 2010
Accelerometers are expected to appear in one-third of mobile phones shipped next year, according to iSuppli Corp
2012-08-10 Molex to invest more in niche products, strategic allies
Molex will increase funding for R&D, streamline operations and acquire assets to pump up revenue
2013-10-11 MIT researchers to showcase self-assembling robots
The M-Block prototypes use a unique internal flywheel for locomotion and use cylindrical magnets mounted on rollers along their edges to snap together arbitrarily
2009-04-17 Microchip seeks to 'elbow out' MCU rivals
Having failed to acquire Atmel Corp., Microchip Technology Inc. hopes to expand or "elbow out" its product linesand its rivalsamid a growing crisis in the MCU and overall IC supply chain
2011-08-03 MEMS module detects up to 16g acceleration
STMicroelectronics's multi-sensor module offers six degrees of freedom and targets advanced motion-sensing applications.
2009-01-19 Market slump to delay 32-/28nm era
Economic factors could delay IC designs based on 32-/28nm processes, leaving the industry get on that technology for some time, according to Synopsys chairman and CEO Aart de Geus
2011-11-24 LTE uptake to reach 430M in 2016
In the next five years, LTE mobile broadband technology will reach six percent of the global subscriber population.
2011-06-27 LTE small cell demo operates in end-to-end system
Cavium, Continuous Computing and Picochip roll out a demonstration of a LTE small cell operating in an end-to-end system with commercially available user equipment (UE) and core network equipment.
2010-07-12 LTE roll-outs, trials gain momentum
ABI Research reported that 132 networks have commenced with LTE trials or commercial launch plans.
2015-02-12 Low-cost software-defined radio soon to make waves
Cambridge Consultants developed the Pizzicato that integrates a core and software for an all-digital radio transmitter, which could cost less than $1, initially aimed at base stations.
2006-12-13 Low-cost handsets to help accelerate 3G adoption in Asia
Roman Polz, senior marketing manager at Agere's mobility division, believes that the 3G market should also offer affordable 3G handsets besides the high-end, high-featured and high-cost ones in order to gain Asia's widespread adoption
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