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2009-09-01 Touch switches promise enhanced visibility
Optrex is offering a new capacitive touch switch based on technology experience gained in the smart phone market.
2004-01-27 TI rolls complete EDGE reference design
Texas Instruments Inc. has corralled into a single reference design all the parts necessary for a complete EDGE-enabled smart phone.
2004-11-26 Solomon Systech introduces single-chip TFT-LCD driver IC
Hong Kong-based Solomon Systech Ltd recently announced that it has released its first single-chip TFT-LCD driver IC -- SSD1278 -- suitable for smart phone systems.
2011-02-08 Shenzhen-based company to manufacture Aerius phones
Shenzhen-based cellphone manufacturer HDC will start manufacturing Aerius smart phones and will provide office space for an Aerius engineer to work with the manufacturer's personnel
2009-04-22 Samsung UMPC packs broadband connectivity
The Samsung SPH-P9000 features a Windows XP-based PC melded into something closer to an overgrown smart phone format and packs WiBro connectivity,
2011-02-21 Samsung selects RFMD parts for 3G/4G phones, tablets
RF Micro Devices reports that Samsung Electronics has selected RFMD's PowerSmart power platforms and WiFi components for its Galaxy S 2 smart phone and Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet PC.
2010-05-21 Samsung readies large-screen OLED TVs
Samsung is increasingly confident in the future of OLEDsnot just for smart phone displays but also for large-size TVs, especially 3D TV.
2006-02-27 Reference design enables GPS in mobile apps
Fractus, NordNav and SiGe Semiconductor have announced a GPS USB reference design that is said to enable a high-performance navigation system for laptops, smart phones and PDAs
2010-02-19 Power amps support multiple W-CDMA bands
Skyworks Solutions Inc. is offering highly-integrated multimode power amplifier modules for next-generation smart phones and data cards requiring multiple W-CDMA bands
2007-09-19 Non-Apple-approved iPhone applications underway
Despite discouragement from Apple, some Mac developers are working on a way to easily install and run non-Apple-approved iPhone applications that communicate directly with the smart phone's OS.
2010-04-23 Nokia Siemens helps Qatar telco get LTE-ready
Qatar Telecom has chosen Nokia Siemens to modernize its network and enhance capacity to deliver improved smart phone experience while paving the way for next-generation LTE networks.
2010-01-13 Nexus One teardown reveals few surprises
A teardown analysis by iSuppli estimated Google Inc.'s Nexus One smart phone's BOM cost at $174.15, featuring chips from Qualcomm, Synaptics and Samsung Electronics, among others.
2005-02-10 NEC, Renesas ready application processors
NEC Electronics and Renesas Technology Corp. separately announced application processors aimed at the still-wide-open smart phone market.
2006-01-16 Multimedia processors arm for price, feature race
Taiwan's Mobilic Technology will launch two IC product lines that promise features of a high-end smart phone at very low cost.
2009-08-11 More pico projectors to enter mobile electronics
Due to the capability to overcome screen-size limitations in mobile electronics devices, tiny pico projectors embedded into products such as smart phones are set for a staggering sixtyfold growth in shipments during the next four years
2005-06-28 Microsoft aims to lead smartphone market within three years
The chief of Microsoft's mobile and embedded division is promising something that seems counterintuitive: a complex suite of features in a smart phone that's cheap and easy to use and in so doing take the lead in the smartphone market within three years.
2007-07-23 iPhone wave catches PC giants
Seeing their core businesses flatten out while sales of smart phones continue to boom, notebook PC giants Dell and HP have rolled out their own line of smart phones with features similar to that of Apple's iPhone
2010-06-10 iPhone 4 equipped with MEMS gyroscope
Confirming earlier speculation, Apple Inc. has unveiled the iPhone 4 smart phone sporting a MEMS gyroscope.
2010-07-28 Internet radio leads automotive brought-in apps
The hottest developments in the automotive apps and services market are brought-in apps such as Internet radio. Frost & Sullivan reports a gradual shift in the US and Europe from embedded telematics to hybrid connected telematics in terms of allowing features to run from a smart phone inside the car.
2010-04-14 Intel, ARM go head-to-head at ESC
Intel and ARM have been squaring up to each other across the netbook and smart phone sectors for a couple of years now and the battle is set to continue on a number of fronts at the ESC.
2013-10-08 Intel teams with Arduino to prep for the next big thing
Intel's announcement of a microcontroller-class x86 called Quark and its collaboration with the DIY Arduino crowd mark efforts to make sure Intel doesn't repeat its smart phone miss.
2012-10-18 In cell touch rises, G/G structure falls, says analyst
WitsView revealed the decline of G/G structure, driven by the new generation products' lighter and thinner design, leading to a drop in smart phone market share from 15.4 per cent in 2012 to 6.4 per cent in 2013.
2008-05-09 HTC Touch Diamond snaps at iPhone's heels
HTC this week launched a more powerful version of its popular Touch smart phone, hoping to lure consumers from better-known rivals such as Apple's iPhone.
2010-05-19 HTC seeks iPhone, iPad, iPod import, sale ban
Google phone maker HTC Corp. has filed complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) to halt the importation and sale of the iPhone, iPad and iPod in the United States
2010-08-03 HTC Droid Incredible teardown shows $163.35 BOM
HTC's Droid Incredible smart phone carries a Bill of Materials (BOM) of $163.35, according to a dissection conducted by iSuppli Corp.'s teardown analysis service.
2008-10-29 GooglePhone responds to Android's aspirations
Smart phones are again the talk of the town. This time it's the T-Mobile G1, a distinctly un-Apple, un-iPhone-like slider. Is the new "GooglePhone" a true revolution or simply a creative reuse
2007-11-08 Google's 'Android' platform is no threat, says rivals
It was a unanimous reaction from rival mobile software makers: Google's entry into the mobile phone segment will propel the market for mobile Internet services
2010-11-03 Global chip sales set at $26.5B
The three-month average of global chip sales for September is expected to be a 27 percent increase over last year, driven by cellphone and memory chips for smart phones, according to the Carnegie Group
2010-06-29 Frame-based antenna causes iPhone 4 reception glitch
Cellular reception problems with the Apple iPhone 4 could be due to Apple's use of the smart phone's frame as an antenna, according to an analyst.
2009-06-03 DVB-T chip promises high quality at low power
From ITE Tech. Inc. comes the AT9058M, claimed to be the first DVB-T single chip enabling a high quality, ultralow power, and small footprint solution for DVB-T feature phone, PND and pocket TV applications
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