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2007-12-18 Intel upgrades mobile platform, debuts SSDs
Intel announced plans to ship the upgraded version of its dual-core mobile platform based on the 45nm manufacturing process by January and launched a solid-state drive (SSD) for mobile devices.
2007-04-20 Intel to boost performance of mobile PCs
Intel has outlined its plans into next year for its mobile platform, which promises to boost performance and energy efficiency in notebooks and other Internet-connected devices.
2008-04-08 Intel takes wrap off Centrino Atom, next-gen chips
Intel Corp. has introduced five Atom processors and Centrino Atom processor technology for Mobile Internet Devices (MIDs) and embedded computing solutions.
2009-09-30 Intel plugs optical links to PCs
Intel Corp. has introduced Light Peak, a 10Gbit/s optical cable that will consolidate all the wired connections in PCs.
2008-05-30 Intel delays Centrino 2 launch
A problem with the integrated graphics controller that assists a computer's microprocessor in rendering video and other graphics has prompted Intel Corp. to delay the release of the Centrino 2 mobile platform until mid-July.
2012-01-12 Intel announces Lenovo, Motorola deals
Intel has officially rolled out the details of its Medfield 32nm platform for smartphones. The company has also announced partnerships with Lenovo and Motorola.
2011-11-08 Inside Advantech touchscreen terminal for medical apps
The Advantech HIT-W121 terminal shares many of the same characteristics of a traditional computing platform, yet it needs a few extra bells and whistles to be appropriate for medical applications.
2007-09-18 Industry group supports spec for removable memory cards
A group of memory manufacturers has offered their support for the creation of the industry specification for removable memory cards and embedded memory solutions being standardized by JEDEC.
2015-08-18 Industry bets high on 5G
A report from Juniper Research predicts a healthy adoption for 5G, with service revenues to top $65 billion by 2025, compared to just $100 million during its first year of commercial services in 2020.
2011-04-18 In-Stat: New Intel Atom falls short for mobile race
Intel launches its newest Atom processor, which offers further integration and availability of the x86 architecture to lower power applications.
2016-03-31 Imagination focuses on secure, differentiated IP platforms
EE Times China's editors met Imagination Technologies' at their summit in Shanghai to learn about the key technologies the company uses in its products.
2011-12-20 Hot CE innovations at the CES
EE Times picked 10 hot gadgets from the Consumer Electronics Association's honorees of engineering design and advancement of the upcoming 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show.
2007-04-16 Home-networking systems should co-evolve with standards
New home-networking systems must evolve along with the standards that will undoubtedly emerge in the foreseeable future.
2006-01-01 High-performance analog effects product innovation
ADI VP for Greater China Howard Cheng predicts the year 2006 to bring another round of product innovation in the electronics industry, particularly in the consumer products sector.
2010-12-09 HDMI ships in >1M handsets in 2010
The number of mobile phones with HDMI ports will ship in excess of a million units in 2010, according to market watcher In-Stat.
2008-01-14 HDMI crosses over to mobile world
Silicon Image has rolled out technology and chips to bring its high-end wired HDMI to mobile devices including digital cameras, portable media players and cellphones.
2007-12-24 HD audio nixes interference, maintains power budget
By combining very small packet sizes with an adaptive frequency allocation algorithm, STS claims to have nixed interference while maintaining HD audio within a power budget that maintains long battery life for portable devices.
2006-10-02 Grappling with digital media fragmentation
With networking and security standards fragmented, a bunch of Linux variants and other nagging issues in the remote access and QoS areas, it's a time of fragmentation in the transition to digital home media mix.
2009-02-18 Gartner predicts the future
What will 2009 bring to technologies and various industries? Gartner Inc. looks into the future and rolls out its annual list of predictions.
2007-06-08 Gaming platforms: A goldmine for designers
Chip and software designers have an opportunity to be part of the multi-100-million gaming platform shipments, as platforms respond faster to user demands by converging on interactivity, connectivity and information display.
2006-08-28 Freescale pulls out 1394-over-coax solution from 1394 association
Freescale Semiconductor is withdrawing its proposed 1394-over-coax solution to the 1394 Trade Association, leaving the field to a competing technology being developed by Pulse-Link.
2014-07-30 Fire Phone carries low BOM, teardown reveals
Developing the Fire Phone's Dynamic Perspective feature involved a huge amount of R&D money; thus, Amazon must sell large volumes of its smartphone to recoup its investment.
2011-05-05 Elliptic releases HDCP 2.0 SDK
The HDCP 2.0 software development kit is a portable architecture that can be used on all popular platforms and operating systems.
2008-05-07 EC pressed to allot 25% of UHF spectrum for mobile broadband
Spectrum Value Partners urges European Commission to allocate 25 percent of the UHF band to mobile broadband services to enjoy at least $147 billion financial boost over the next 20 years.
2008-11-18 Dual-CPU platform upgrades mobile systems
Qualcomm has launched a new dual-CPU Snapdragon single-chip solution, expanding the scope of the platform by covering more advanced mobile computing devices.
2010-07-29 Dual-core sound processor targets Blu-ray audio
Virage Logic introduces the new ARC Sound AS221BD, a complete HD sound-to-silicon solution that includes Blu-ray software for low cost and low Power SoCs.
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.
2006-03-10 DSP enables robust sRIO ecosystems
Texas Instruments announced the availability of a TMS320C6455 DSP evaluation module and a DSP starter kit, both with a Serial RapidIO bus interface.
2008-05-27 Display show elevates importance of green technologies
Along with a number of display industry firsts at last week's Society for Information Display SID) conference, manufacturers acknowledged the need to incorporate green technologies and production processes.
2008-05-16 Discover the benefits H.264 scalable video codec
The H.264 scalable video codec reduces network bandwidth, eliminates transcoding, and simplifies storage management. Here's how it works.
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