Ericcson demos DBV at EGG Product News 10/25/2012 Post a comment At the Electronics Goes Green (EGG) congress held recently Ericsson presented the use of advanced dynamic bus voltage architectures as a way to minimize energy expenditure at the board level.
Noise to the outside, silence inwards News & Analysis 10/24/2012 1 comment A major European automaker will integrate the HALOsonic External Sound Synthesis (ESS) equipment from infotainment group Harman in a line of plug-in hybrid vehicles. HALOsonic generates sound outside the vehicle in order to provide an acoustic warning to pedestrians.
Apple mini may max tablet sales News & Analysis 10/23/2012 4 comments Seven-inch tablets shipments will leap to 34 million this year and double by 2013, in part due to sales of an expected mini iPad, a market researcher forecast.
TI tagged by weak demand News & Analysis 10/23/2012 6 comments Third quarter sales report and fourth quarter revenue target both disappoint Wall Street, with company citing sluggish economy, weak end-product demand.
Odyssey clean energy drive kicks off News & Analysis 10/20/2012 Post a comment An outreach and education event dedicated to promoting the use of alternative transportation technologies kicked off Oct. 18 at White River State Park in Indianapolis, IN.
Entrepreneur says Win 8 marks end of PCs News & Analysis 10/19/2012 77 comments Microsoft will start promoting apps written for the byte code interpreter in Win 8 rather than the x86 compiler, starting what an industry veteran calls the end of traditional PCs.
AMD eyes ARM IP and realignment News & Analysis 10/19/2012 11 comments AMD CEO Rory Read (shown) outlined a shift in the chip maker's business model that will see it "building reusable IP blocks" to reduce development costs and speed execution of the new strategy.
AMD announces 15% staff cut News & Analysis 10/19/2012 Post a comment Microprocessor vendor AMD has swung to a net loss in third quarter results for 2012 and has announced it will restructure in the fourth quarter and reduce its global workforce by approximately 15 percent.
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