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2009-06-05 Vendors fuel netbook hype at Computex
A handful of semiconductor companies announced new chips and software for netbooks and other mobile systems at the opening day of Computex.
2007-06-18 Universal graphics module supports UGM 1.0
The Kontron UGM-M72, supporting UGN 1.0 is equipped with the 450-700MHz version of the R600 core and delivers outstanding visualization and multitasking features beyond integrated chipset graphics, combined with power saving features and long-term availability.
2002-09-17 UMC denies reports of 300mm wafer capacity cuts
United Microelectronics Corp. is denying a news report that it will slice in half its 300mm wafer capacity to 5,000 wafers per month by the end of the year.
2003-07-23 U.S. toolmakers at a disadvantage in China
The U.S. semiconductor equipment industry remains at a disadvantage over its foreign rivals in China due to outdated export laws and procedures.
2008-09-30 Two firms tie up to upgrade camera image systems
The partnership of Silicon Hive and Acutelogic has led to the release of a new family of HiveGo programmable camera imaging subsystems for SoC makers in the handset and consumer electronics space.
2002-03-19 Trintech POS architecture uses embedded Linux
The company has unveiled the PayWare OpenPOSclaimed to be the world's first open-source POS terminal architecture designed to run a range of secure PIN-based card payment applications.
2006-03-28 Transmitter, T&M solutions focus on mobile TV standards
The test and measuring equipment and transmitter from Rohde & Schwarz aim to address new future-oriented standards such as DVB-H, MediaFLO and T-DMB.
2005-07-18 Tower tips turnaround strategy
Moving towards its turnaround strategy, Israel's Tower Semiconductor Ltd plans to reorganize its operations, focus on several key markets and boost its overall fab efficiency.
2007-09-25 Toshiba fields 'SpursEngine' for better mobile video
Toshiba says it has developed a high-performance chip that will bring powerful video processing capabilities to consumer electronics devices.
2009-07-09 Top 10 industry issues
Here are the top 10 looming issues that the semiconductor capital equipment industry is facing.
2002-11-29 Telecom test project stirs interest at Ixia
Motivating a team to design a compact test module for 40Gbps networks was not the easiest thing in the world at a time when market analysts were warning that 40Gb telecommunications transport would remain mired in overcapacity for quarters, or even years, to come.
2003-06-03 Taiwan's Computex rescheduled to September
Computex is on the move again after being called off several weeks ago because of SARS.
2008-03-13 Stretch delivers support for H.264 SVC
Configurable processor vendor Stretch now supports the SVC extension to the H.264 standard.
2006-10-23 Starter kit promises precise transmission control
Infineon said its new transmission starter kit platform promises the most precise control in the industry and includes all key IC content for next-generation wide gear ratio automatic transmissions.
2002-11-18 Solid demand seen for satellite boxes for free DTV
While most chip vendors strain to find a bright spot in a chronically depressed market, STMicroelectronics has reported an uptick in demand for free-to-air satellite decoder boxes in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
2005-08-19 Soaring tool costs to delay 450mm fabs
Soaring IC-equipment development costs could push out the appearance of next-generation 450mm wafer fabs to between 2020 and 2025a delay of more than a decade from its current schedule, warned an analyst at VLSI Research Inc
2005-08-22 Soaring tool costs to delay 450mm fabs
Soaring IC-equipment development costs could push out the appearance of next-generation 450mm wafer fabs to between 2020 and 2025 ? a delay of more than a decade from its current schedule, warned an analyst at VLSI Research Inc
2014-09-01 Smartwatch battle: G Watch R vs Gear S
The South Korean vendors are battling it out in the wearables sectorSamsung with its 3G-equipped Gear S, and LG with its full circle P-OLED-designed G Watch R.
2006-06-13 SigmaTel's new Proton television shown at Computex
SigmaTel Inc. announced its first TV audio design win with Proton Electrical Industrial Company.
2009-06-04 RF front-end ICs tailored for Bluetooth, Zigbee apps
RFaxis Inc. has begun sampling its first two devices, both offering a replacement for traditional RF front-end modules, combining all the functionality into a single-die, single-chip that use "breakthrough and disruptive" design methodologies.
2012-11-20 Renesas readies smart home operating system
The company intends to expand its technologies to the smart society, preparing the HMI and interoperability with the stacks such as sensors, HVAC air conditioning and Ethernet.
2007-01-16 QFN packaging guidelines for RF designers
It seems such an irrelevant detail, but the component package is a strong determinant factor over layout flexibility.
2013-11-06 Printable OLEDs to make flexible displays, PV cells possible
A team from Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Polymer Research has developed a way to print organic light-emitting diodes to bring to reality next generation consumer electronics and solar cells.
2008-02-21 ORL module rolls for optical passive components
Yokogawa has released an optical return loss module for its modular rack-mounted AQ2200 Multiple Application Test System.
2010-10-15 OEM-ready solar USB charger ready for market
OEMs get a look at Ascent Solar's charger module with integrated USB port
2008-04-14 Nokia: Green handsets still years away
Mobile phones from recycled materials are still a few years away from reaching consumers' hands, said Markus Terho, director at Nokia's environmental affairs unit.
2005-12-12 NEC develops paper-thin mobile battery
NEC said it has developed a flexible, paper-thin battery that eventually will be usable by a variety of mobile devices.
2002-11-15 National image processors allow fast action shots
NSC has introduced the first three members of a new line of real-time digital image processors that can deliver fast action shots for cameras.
2000-08-01 Moving to 12-bit embedded control
At the Embedded Systems Conference in 1998, Tremont Mao of Analog Devices was demonstrating his own version of the Rube Goldberg machine.
2006-08-01 MobileMedia framed for Windows
Nvidia Corp., recently unveiled its MobileMedia Platform for handheld devices that use Microsoft's Windows Mobile 5.0.
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