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2008-06-06 Intel mobilizes Web 2.0 with mobile WiMAX
Intel Corp. executive Sean Maloney said more powerful microprocessors and high-speed WiMAX wireless networks would usher in a new era of the full Internet on mobile devices
2008-06-06 Groups to discuss 60GHz band conflict
Engineers who want to draft a standard for Gbit-class Wi-Fi will be using the same 60GHz spectrum that is being used by another wireless standard group. The two groups will discuss things to avoid a conflict during a major standards gathering sometime in July
2008-01-07 Group issues WirelessHD 60GHz spec
The WirelessHD consortium has completed its first specification for high-definition (HD) baseband video transmission at 60GHz
2008-01-10 Dual-band .11n chips open network freeway for multimedia
Broadcom has announced that its dual-band 802.11n technology is enabling new Wi-Fi products to offer multimedia capabilities that other solutions can only promise: simultaneous voice, video and data applications
2009-10-13 Coprocessors bring 20MP imaging to handsets
The Texas Instruments coprocessors accelerate imaging and video performance for multimedia capabilities
2007-11-19 Chipsets break GHz barrier with 3G, multimedia functions
Qualcomm has released two chipsets from the Snapdragon platform that offer mobile data processing, multimedia performance, 3G wireless connectivity and the lowest levels of power consumption
2008-11-07 Amimon boasts WHDI tech in HDTV design win
Consumer electronics makers are differentiating TV tuner and media receiver units from HDTV displays, thus releasing the first round of a wireless home network struggle emphasizing on simple, two-way HD wireless connectivity between display and tuner
2007-01-17 802.11n devices are fully compatible with .11b/g
SMC Networks claims its line of wireless networking products put the performance of 802.11n within reach while keeping .11b/g clients in the loop
2006-01-02 .11n spinoff delivers short-range HDTV
A prototype wireless high-definition interface for HDTV based on a variation of 802.11n can deliver up to 1.5Gbps, promising designers a lower-cost, more-reliable alternative for delivering high-definition video wirelessly within a room
2012-07-10 Worldwide tablet usage for TV content doubles year on year
NPD survey has concluded that the number of consumers viewing TV/video content using tablets doubles yearly
2011-07-25 Using COFDM microwave links in mission-critical apps
Learn about the various applications of COFDM microwave technology in the field of video surveillance and security
2008-01-04 Reference designs support A/V streaming between systems
Pulse~LINK Inc.'s CWave HDMI-Over-Coax and Wireless HDMI production-ready reference designs are now available for consumer electronic device manufacturers
2012-12-05 Marvell claims 802.11ac SoC boosts Wi-Fi throughput
The Avastar 88W8864 WLAN SoC is being touted as the industry's first 802.11ac 4x4 to enhance the throughput of enterprise and retail access points as well as wireless video distribution
2009-01-23 Gartner's take on telepresence, predictions for '09
Research firm Gartner Inc. sees an increasing uptake of video telepresence in the next three years amidst the economic conditions. Here are more of the researcher's predictions for 2009
2015-02-18 Ethertronics develops self-steering antennas for 5G
The 5GHz band is often used for video and has become full of interference; Ethertronics officials said their RF chips can improve signal quality at the edge of the network by 2dB or 3dB
2014-01-08 Broadcom rolls 5G WiFi SoCs for connected home devices
The BCM43569/BCM43602 enable OEMs to deliver the speed, range and bandwidth requirements for streaming HD-quality content, online gaming and other high-bandwidth applications in the home
2015-01-07 4x4 WiFi chips boast dedicated DSP
Broadcom's BCM4366 for gateways and STBs incorporates multiple 802.11ac Wave 2 features including radio optimisation for high quality video over a wireless network
2008-08-11 1394-over-coax gives backbone to home nets
Pulse?Link, for several tears, has touted its flavor of UWB technology as suitable for home video networks using power lines, phone wiring, or coax cabling as the data highway
2013-12-09 Consumer connectivity and the Internet of Things
The world of Internet if ripe with smartphones that integrate mobile connectivity, e-readers that can buy and download books at the touch of a button, and tablets with HD TV and internal gyros
2009-02-27 Opinion: UWB outlook gets bleaker
Staccato Communications CEO Marty Colombatto's passionate column defending the UWB technology may have scored with some arguments, but also completely missed with others.
2010-01-14 CES pulse: What's hot, cold and in between
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is a great window on things to come with more than 2,500 exhibitors. Here's our take on what was hot and what was not.
2009-01-07 Will home networks bank on Ethernet?
While the consumer electronics industry is yet to find a clear technology winner for digital home media distribution, some are clearly betting on Ethernet to become the answer for home networks by late 2009 and beyond.
2011-03-18 Wi-Fi, WiMAX, LTE and CES 2011
According to Yongxi Qian, the theme of this year's CES is "Connectivity Everywhere, Wirelessly."
2015-10-14 VeriSilicon to buy embedded GPU IP vendor
VeriSilicon said the addition of Vivante will provide a shot in the arm for its growing IP portfolio in a deal that will also increase VeriSilicon's exposure to the Tier One customer base.
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.
2005-09-16 UWB opportunities under new FCC waiver
This new rule signals the Commission's desire to leverage available spectrum and encourage innovation in the industry.
2009-01-09 Toshiba shelves 3D, pushes Cell TV
Diverging from the path that most consumer electronics vendors are taking, Toshiba Corp. appears to be eschewing 3D TV.
2006-02-28 TI's DaVinci tech tailored for DSC market
Texas Instruments introduced DaVinci technology optimized for the digital still camera market.
2004-04-26 TI launches home multimedia engine
Texas Instruments has launched an IC aimed at home streaming media that integrates the company's C54x DSP, an ARM9 RISC processor and a host of peripherals.
2008-02-07 TI bares details of 45nm process
TI has revealed that its 45nm process uses strained silicon, immersion lithography and ultra-low k dielectrics to lower power and increase performance compared with its 65nm process, and double the number of chips produced on each 45nm silicon wafer.
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