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Qualcomm warns of court ruling impact, readies "work-around" devices
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Qualcomm Inc. has responded to a California court ruling earlier this week that it must stop producing and selling 3G chip sets that infringe Broadcom Corp. patents by announcing the immediate availability of new UMTS devices that it says comply with the ruling.
Low frequency sound buzzers withstand high temperatures
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Transducers USA has expanded its TRIE family of low frequency buzzers with rugged versions that support temperatures from -40° to +80°C.
Canadian capital plans take over of fuel cell startup
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JM Capital Corp. (Toronto Canada), a holding company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange Venture Exchange, has announced a plan to acquire all of the issued and outstanding securities of Tekion Inc. (Burnaby, British Columbia).
IBM confirms acquisition of storage start-up XIV
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IBM Corp. has confirmed that it is acquiring XIV, a privately-held storage technology company based in Tel Aviv, Israel.
MLP : Fanless PC assures long-term availability
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PIP20, a powerful and versatile embedded PC, is a universal platform for applications that require long-term availability, reliability, ruggedness and a low cost of owner ship.
Synopsys gets the blues
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There are one or two YouTube videos that were actually about electronic design automation (EDA), but we figured some people might like to see Synopsys workers at play instead. That's Guri Stark, vice president of corporate marketing, on harmonica.
Nokia Siemens set to acquire Apertio
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Nokia Siemens Networks is paying about Euros 140 million for privately held Apertio Ltd., a company focusing on hardware and software for the integration of mobile, fixed, and converged communications networks.
Palm-sized 'pico-projector' enabled by MEMS
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Microvision debuts its pico-projector technology at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) using a single digital micro-mirror based on a micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) chip to enable a five cubic centimeter battery-powered laser scanning module that projects 8- to 80-inch images.
Silicon Line raises funds in Series A round
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Silicon Line GmbH (Munich, Germany), a fabless chip company focusing on ultra low power analog ICs, has has secured initial funding in a Series A round led by Belgium-based Capital-E and Germany-based Munich Venture Partners.
Driver powers N-Channel MOSFETs at high speed
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Check out Linear's LTC4444, a high-speed, high input supply voltage (100V) synchronous MOSFET driver designed to drive upper and lower power N-Channel MOSFETs in synchronous rectified converter topologies.
Power supplies employ selective fuse breaking technology
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Phoenix Contact has introduced the QUINT SFB power supply line that it claims includes the first industrial-grade device to feature Selective Fuse Breaking (SFB), a technology that increases system reliability.
24-W desktop switching power supply is CEC Level IV-compliant
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1/1/2008   Post a comment
Power specialist Advanced Power Solutions (APS) has released the PA1024 series of 24-W, single-output desktop switching power supplies, which feature a miniature size of 3.37 x 1.98 x 1.37-in. and CEC Level IV compliance.
Bioness buys NESS for $75 million
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Bioness Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.) has completed the acquisition of Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Systems Ltd. (Ra'anana, Israel) for $75 million.
Taiwan helps Giza Venture Capital raise $150 million
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Israel-based Giza Venture Capital is raising $150 million for its fifth fund, Giza V. Out of this sum, $30 million is due to come from the Taiwan government's National Development Fund (NDF).
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