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2007-02-02 Seagate intros DAVE solution for mobile apps
Seagate Technology has unveiled its digital audio video experience (DAVE) technologypreviously the Crickettat this week's DEMO Conference in California
2014-11-18 Reducing SoC power: Where should the focus be
Typically, efforts to manage power consumption in SoC design are focused on the CPU and GPU. The SoC interconnect is one area that needs to be re-evaluated
2012-01-05 Mobile tech: Good for batteries, good for Asia
The mobile consumer market will add $309 billion to the semiconductor market by 2015, and much of this growth will be spurred by innovations within the power management sector.
2003-01-03 Wireless technologies and market in the region
The market for wireless technologies is still vibrant as new standards and technologies are getting established and are creating a growing market place
2008-07-11 Wireless sector battles the doldrums
The wireless sector is down but far from out, according to an analyst from the wireless division of investment banker Rutberg & Company LLC who described the sector as "schizophrenic
2009-01-15 Wi-Fi weathered the '08 economic storm
Driven by strong consumer and enterprise demand for a wide range of Wi-Fi-enabled devices, Wi-Fi chipset sales jumped 25 percent in 2008 to 387 million
2010-01-04 What's the next big application
Here's a list of the 10 technology applications to watch for in 2010, examining examine the features that make them so compelling as well unresolved issues that might keep them from breaking out
2009-01-26 What's the best way to cope with recession
As electronics sales tumble and companies dust off survival strategies, high-tech market executives, especially those in the semiconductor segment, are confronting a downturn like no other
2009-06-10 Weighing in on the Intel-Wind River deal
With its acquisition of embedded software provide Wind River Systems Inc., Intel Corp. has unambiguously signaled that it is again attempting to diversify beyond X86 processors. We polled our U.S. and European editors to get their take on the deal
2011-08-23 Viewpoint: Mobile era has begun
Rick Merritt believes that HP's possible change in priorities and Google's acquisition of Motorola officially started the mobile era in technology
2013-12-05 Updating automotive ECUs over-the-air
Find out how to get the growing amount of software in vehicles under control, reduce the costs and raise customer satisfaction at the same time
2012-11-28 Union Semiconductor turns to West as mobile bogs down
One of the few China fabless chip companies working to develop markets in the U.S. and Europe, Union semiconductor is exploring new customers in security, wireless hotspots and Ethernet
2012-01-06 Ultrabooks strive for consumer acceptance
Intel's main challenge with Ultrabooks would be making the PC important to consumers once again
2012-04-02 UI as the next battlefield in CE (Part 1
The first instalment explains how to build an emotional tie between your product and your consumer
2015-03-09 Top 6 trends at Mobile World Congress
Imagination Technologies recognised six trends at the recent Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona, Spain, which tend to drive industry momentum and related
2005-03-28 TI executive believes mobile DTV represents business opportunity
Mobile digital broadcast TV (DTV) represents an enormous yet largely untapped opportunity for the wireless ecosystem, said Doug Rasor, Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) VP and manager for worldwide strategic marketing, at the NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) Futures Summit
2011-03-18 The revolutionary opportunities of Bluetooth low energy
Bluetooth is rapidly approaching saturation point as the ultimate means of data transfer for portable devices and features in approximately 80 percent of all mobile handsets worldwide
2011-10-14 The move toward 3D chips
Semiconductor fabrication is moving toward 3D ICs and by next year, 3D chips will be available for commercialization.
2007-11-14 The growing need for handset outsourcing
At times of shorter time-to-market and shorter product lifecycles, outsourcing enables mobile phone OEMs to sustain business profitability
2003-11-17 The great killer app enigma
Penn berates the industry's shortcomings in providing quality products and services to consumers
2008-01-16 The coming of age of the PLD
PLDs have evolved into one of the industry's most valuable design platforms. Today's PLDs continue to be at the heart of infrastructure systems and are now in the mainstream of digital consumer system design
2011-09-20 Telematics: A driving force in the auto market
Automakers must take into account the content and connectivity needs of their consumers
2005-09-07 TCL to restructure mobile phone venture, licenses editing software
Chinese mobile phone manufacturer TCL has announced a major restructuring of its venture with Alcatel and, separately, a licensing agreement with Picsel to incorporate the latter's image editing software into its latest handsets
2005-09-01 T-Mobile exec calls for restraint
The mad rush to add features to cellphones 'has got to stop,' warns David Hytha of T-Mobile International
2008-05-01 Survey: Free-to-air mobile TV is next killer app
Telegent's mobile TV survey found that the application has a significant impact on handset sales, with 85 percent of respondents stating that the primary influence driving their handset purchase decision was the built-in free-to-air TV feature
2009-08-04 ST, Stollmann drive NFC adoption in mobile apps
STMicroelectronics and Stollman E+V GmbH have signed a joint agreement to offer turnkey NFC interface solutions.
2006-09-22 ST Nomadik processors feature Mentor's Nucleus Mobile OS
STMicroelectronics and Mentor Graphics Corp. collaborate to make Mentor's Nucleus Mobile OS available on STMicroelectronics' Nomadik STn880x and STn881x series of multimedia application processors
2006-04-17 Specs flap is mobile TV's next test
Speakers at the recent DVB World warned that the incompatibility of two protocols developed to deliver interactivity and content protection to handsets could irreparably splinter the emerging market
2007-04-13 Spansion, Qimonda to supply memory subsystems for mobile
Spansion and Qimonda announced a strategic supply agreement that will combine Qimonda's low-power DRAM with Spansion's MirrorBit NOR and ORNAND devices into MCP memory solutions.
2009-08-25 Southeast Asia mobile subscribers top 453M
Frost & Sullivan predicts that the region's mobile sector will be worth $32 billion in 2009
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