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2007-05-03 Motorola, Avery team to deliver RFID solution
Motorola and Avery Dennison announced a strategic relationship under which Avery will supply Gen 2 RFID tags to Motorola, increasing the speed of RFID deployments and product availability.
2007-09-27 Moto Fone packs a punch of simple, elegant features
Quietly launched in rural India initially, the F3 Fone is aimed mostly at first-time cell users in markets offering low-cost prepaid or monthly service.
2006-06-07 Mobile comms owe to chunky phones of the 80s
As a tribute to the early days of cellular communications and to the progress made in this field, Teardown examines the technology behind Motorola's DynaTAC 'brick' phone from the '80s.
2005-03-30 Mixed signal power control is programmable and non volatile
The analog inputs of Lattice's new Power1208P1 device are capable of monitoring power supplies with voltages down to 0.67V.
2012-11-08 MIPS will live on, says Imagination
MIPS Technologies has agreed to a buyout agreement involving $350 million from an ARM-led consortium and $60 million from Imagination Technologies.
2007-08-14 MicroTCA backplane comes in Cube-style format
Elma Bustronic has released a MicroTCA backplane in a Cube-style format that features six AdvancedMC, one Power Module and one MicroTCA carrier hub slots.
2008-07-21 Micrel zeroes in on security, size in Ethernet ICs
Micrel Inc. is making security, size top priorities in Ethernet chips.
2008-06-03 Micrel brings Ethernet fiber to the power of five
Micrel Inc. introduces the KSZ8995FQ, the latest member of the five-port switch family.
2002-04-11 Mentor says court backs claim of Cadence infringement
Mentor Graphics Corp. has won a summary judgment of patent infringement against the Quickturn division of Cadence Design Systems Inc., and is preparing for a trial that will include charges of trade secret theft, the company has revealed.
2010-03-05 Mentor CEO warns of soaring IC design costs
Chip design costs are expected to shoot up, but softwarenot hardwareis playing a much greater role in the problematic equations, warned Mentor chairman and CEO Walden Rhines.
2013-11-11 MEMS, gesture recognition to transform mobile experience
Accelerometers, gyroscopes, NFC and gesture recognition are projected to make the greatest penetration gains in mobile devices over the coming years, stated ABI Research.
2008-10-06 Memory chipmakers face survival test
Memory chipmakers are fighting for their life.
2010-08-03 Melexis leads DASH7 drive into cars
Melexis will co-chair of a working group focusing on the use of ISO 18000-7 standard for wireless sensor networking in cars.
2009-06-04 Media phone buzz hits Computex
ARC International is pushing media phones at this year's Computex, adding fuel to a heavily charged level of hype and excitement at one of the largest high-tech trade shows in Asia
2011-01-26 Mechanical tags track biobanking samples
STMicroelectronics and Bluechiip are joining forces to manufacture MEMS-based tracking tags that will be molded unto test tubes and vials for health care.
2002-12-23 Magma spins enhanced version of RTL-to-GDSII tool
Magma Design Automation has released an enhanced version of its Blast Fusion RTL-to-GDSII tool that targets high-performance nanometer designs.
2014-12-12 M&As that pushed the Internet of Things
Beyond the usual reasons for consolidation, many companies scrambled to make deals specifically to get IoT technologies and products that were missing from their portfolios.
2007-04-30 LSI combines USB/SD host, MP3 decoder, system controller
Rohm has developed what it says is the industry's first LSI that combines USB memory/SD card host functionality, an MP3 audio decoder, and system controller on a single chip.
2006-11-06 Low-power flash MCUs feature high-speed timers
Atmel has rolled out three new 20-pin tinyAVR flash MCU devices with high-speed timers targeting battery chargers, sensor end-points and motor control applications.
2009-11-17 Low-frequency interface ensures stable communication
Ti offers the first passive low-frequency interface device designed to wirelessly supply an ultralow-power MSP430 MCU with energy to operate even if the optional battery is empty.
2007-02-19 Low-cost PS2 controller matches Sony's version sans the cord
The Game Elements GGE609U PS2 controller from Philips, available for about $22 to $25, matches up in price and function with Sony's own wired controller but dispenses with the cord.
2012-04-18 Living with the Internet of Things
The emergence of the Internet of Things has created such a flood of data that only state-of-the-art information technology can gather, filter, order and interrogate the resulting, massive data set, generically called Big Data.
2006-07-13 Lithography vendors unveil next-gen scanners
Top lithography vendors are coming to market with next-generation immersion scanners for the 45nm node and beyond. Many will enter the arena at this week's Semicon West trade show.
2007-04-16 Litho woes weigh down semicon industry
The lithography world has suddenly turned upside-down as the industry gets socked by a double whammy: The window of opportunity is slowly closing on EUV lithography for IC production, but the most likely alternativea version of 193nm immersionis proving expensive.
2005-06-10 Less-than-$100 module puts TTL I/O on your network
When installed on any 10Base-T Ethernet network, the intelligent EtherI/O24 module from Saelig comprises a deterministic I/O platform
2005-04-13 Less-than-$1,500 DA board packs USB, 300MHz DSP
Data acquisition board maker Data Translation (DT) is now shipping a less-than-$1500 data acquisition and control board.
2005-03-04 LeCroy's scopes get unique mixed-signal outboard pods
LeCroy is dishing up a technically innovative product with the release of its MS-32 Mixed Signal Option, code named The Scorpion.
2007-11-20 Leadis exec discusses class G technology
Leadis Technology's Jim Hauer, senior director for new business development, recently spoke with Vivek Nanda, EE Times-India editor, about the company's new class-G amplifier technology and product road map.
2006-07-17 LCDs tighten market grip
LCDs continue to benefit from huge capital investments, and technical advances in backlights and display processes are eradicating some of the technology's performance drawbacks.
2011-10-04 Kindle Fire adds spice to tablet wars
Kindle fire brings a welcome competition to the Apple-dominated tablet market, but it may also challenge opportunities for Taiwan system builders trying to make a mark in the new mobile market.
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