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2010-09-15 Qualcomm says no NFC yet
An acquisition in 2009 looked like Qualcomm's way into NFC, but the company says that its NFC engineers are mostly working on software and handset makers need to go to other vendors for NFC chips.
2007-12-05 PS3 bounces back, trumps Wii sales in Japan
Sony's PlayStation 3 has pulled a big upset in the year-long game console battle as it outsold rival Nintendo's Wii in Japan last November.
2009-07-01 Protection IC tailored for power sourcing equipments
STMicroelectronics has announced the first device providing both 1kV surge protection and clamping voltage compatible with the 100V power sourcing equipment (PSE) controller.
2013-05-23 Printed, flexible electronics market to shoot up 15%
The total market value of printed, flexible and organic electronics will grow from $16.04 billion this year to $76.79 billion by 2023, according to IDTechEx.
2013-07-09 Price drops prompt Malaysians to buy more tablets
Nearly 450,000 tablets flew off the shelves in the January to May this year, over 170,000 or 61 per cent more compared to the first five months of last year, according to GfK.
2009-03-19 Power management for optimal design
This article describes a holistic approach for managing and optimizing the power in a design. Effective power management involves proper understanding the application of a chip, technology selection, design techniques and methodology.
2002-05-22 PMC-Sierra 64-bit processors consume 2.5W
PMC-Sierra Inc. has introduced the RM7000C and RM7065C 64-bit MIPS-based processors that consume 2.5W at 600MHz, and are suitable for use in network router control planes, enterprise switches, networked printers, and STBs.
2008-07-07 PLCs cut costs in developing production equipment
Omron Corp. today announced the released the SYSMAC CJ2 programmable controller, Ethernet unit for CS/CJ series and CX-One FA Integrated Tool Package version 3.0 to support Ethernet/IP for industrial use.
2015-07-14 PLC teardown: Allen-Bradley Micro850 for industrial apps
The PLC is symbolic of the high level of ruggedness configurability, isolation performance and ease of use that keeps PLCs strong in factory automation despite the encroachment of embedded computing.
2015-09-24 PLC teardown reveals industrial ruggedness, flexibility
The Allen-Bradley Micro850 PLC costs around $500 yet is symbolic of the high level of ruggedness configurability, isolation performance and ease of use that keeps PLCs strong in factory automation.
2007-03-06 Pioneer MP3 player resembles Nano
The overall PMP300 architecture bears a resemblance to one of today's most popular flash-based players, the Apple Nano.
2005-06-20 Philips, TI team on EPC Gen 2 RFID deployment
Semiconductor suppliers Royal Philips Electronics and Texas Instruments Inc. have announced an agreement to cooperate on conformance testing for the technical interpretation of the EPCglobal Electronic Product Code Generation 2 RFID standard.
2004-11-04 Philips, Nokia join forces on NFC-enabled phone
Philips Semiconductor, Nokia and their partners rolled out a new handset on Tuesday (Nov. 2) based on Philips' near-field communications technology.
2009-04-17 Philips shuts down 3DTV operations
Philips Electronics said it will close its 3D Solutions operation which had been readying an autostereoscopic display designed to eliminate the need for special 3D glasses.
2005-03-07 Philips Semiconductors applies RFID to its own supply chain
Showing faith in its own products, and providing a working example to inspire potential customers, Philips Semiconductors has deployed radio frequency identification (RFID) tags in its supply chain in Asia, the company said Wednesday (Mar. 2).
2002-11-27 Philips RFID IC enables high-speed tracking systems
The company has announced the availability of the Hitag S RFID IC designed for high-speed track systems operating from 100kHz to 140kHz.
2005-04-06 Philips readies RFID chip that meets global spec
Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands said it is testing engineering samples of an RFID chip that complies with the Electronic Product Code Class 1 Generation 2 standard.
2008-01-11 Perfect mix of features for this embedded processor
Applied Micro Circuits Corp. received top citation for its new PowerPC 405EX embedded processor.
2012-11-05 Peeling back the layers of the iPad Mini
UBM TechInsights' Allan Yogasingam goes inside the first device Apple released to enter the 7-inch tablet realm.
2014-09-19 Passive sol'n allows NFC interaction with electronic devices
The NXP NTAG I2C solution combines a contactless NFC interface with a contact I2C interface and on-board non-volatile memory to enable advanced device pairing and personalisation of electronic devices.
2009-08-28 Parallel programming keeps up with multicore boom
Researchers have been at work for a little over a year with grants from Intel and Microsoft, forming ideas about the future of chips with dozens or hundreds of cores and coding prototype parallel software to harness them.
2005-11-23 Panelists weigh potential RFID security threats
Radio Frequency identification technology is facing network security challenges. That's the consensus from TechBiz Connection panelists participating in a discussion on RFID last week at an industry gathering in Irvine, Calif.
2002-05-02 Panasonic, Atmel collaborate to supply total RFID solutions
Panasonic and Atmel Corp. have agreed to jointly supply complete radio frequency identification (RFID) solutions that offer system integrators compatible technologies with price range and performance targets.
2009-06-10 Palm Pre teardown intros new multitouch controller
A teardown of the Palm Inc.'s Palm Pre revealed few surprises, but left two intriguing questions unanswered.
2006-03-01 Overview: Distributed IP/Ethernet DSLAMs
There is a greater need for a cost effective distributed DSLAM architecture so that traffic-processing requirements are performed in the first mile.
2012-10-17 Opinion: Apple needs to drop Samsung as display supplier
If Apple truly wants to cut the cord with Samsung, it should drop them as a display supplier, a move that would score a bigger blow to the Korean giant.
2005-12-01 Omron targets larger share of U.S. and global RFID market
Omron will invest $20 million worldwide over 2005 and 2006 as a first step in seizing a larger share of the U.S. and global radio frequency identification market.
2007-10-24 Omron RFID reader supports Microsoft BizTalk
Omron RFID, in cooperation with Microsoft, has developed a software driver that enables compatibility between its V750 UHF Gen2 reader and Microsoft's BizTalk RFID platform.
2004-10-01 Omron EPC reader/writer suits North American RFID tags
Omron announced that it is launching the V740 series of EPC reader/writer for UHF-band RFID tags in North America.
2008-05-15 Omron adds security protocol to RFID reader/writer
Omron, in cooperation with Hitachi, has achieved compatibility between its V750 series UHF RFID reader/writer and Secure RFID Protocol.
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