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2008-06-10 SanDisk rolls flash drives for ultralow-cost PCs
SanDisk has introduced a line of flash memory-based SSDs that are designed for ultralow-cost PCs or "netbooks" that give users an enhanced experience while surfing the Internet.
2008-01-08 Ultralow cost notebooks to boost market
While notebook computers are poised to surpass desktop PC shipments in 2009, it is still unclear whether a new class of ultra-low cost systems will accelerate the growth or cut into the growing sector's profits.
2007-05-09 Intel roadmap expands from quad core to mobile Internet
Intel has outlined a product roadmap that's expected to extend the company's reach into every segment of the computer market, from high performance machines to Web-enabled consumer electronics.
2005-06-01 Designing a better world
Can problems at the Third World be met by interesting engineering solutions that lead to sustainable businesses?
2007-05-07 Intel gears for next-gen notebook market with Silverthorne
Even as it prepares to launch its "Santa Rosa" Centrino mobile platform this week, Intel is making progress on plans to capture an early lead in the next-generation notebook market, its CEO said.
2007-09-18 ARM takes on Intel in mobile Internet space
An ongoing project by ARM tries to define a product category to sit in the gap between the smart phone and the portable computerthe former being its turf and the latter Intel'swith mobile Internet as the overlap function.
2008-02-12 NXP chip brings triband, Bluetooth to ULC handsets
NXP is expanding its range of fully-integrated GSM/GPRS single-chip solutions for the ULC handset market with the Nexperia PNX4902 that offers ULC+ concept with tri-band and Bluetooth support.
2008-06-10 Microsoft pitches reversible Vista, XP options
Microsoft has a unique sales pitch for the company's Windows Vista OS: "If you don't like Vista, you can turn it into Windows XP."
2008-07-01 Microcontrollers embrace USBs
Living up to its name, the USB is supplanting the RS-232 bus as the standard serial interface in general-purpose MCUs. The capability of integrated USB is also increasing as more devices incorporate both host and On-the-Go (OTG) capability to augment the endpoint-device interfaces of earlier MCUs. Recent product introductions show that the USB is making inroads into more specialized devices as well, targeting applications such as automotive, industrial and ultralow-power consumer products.
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