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Microsoft avoids Bluetooth while vendors look at changing systems
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Industry figures reckon Bluetooth developers should add field-programmable options to their chips to insure against interoperability problems that emerged recently at CeBit in Hanover. At the same time, Microsoft has said that Bluetooth is not mature enough for the company to build support for the protocol into its Windows XP operating system.
E-shoppa enkelt med streckkod
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Med en liten streckkodsläsare från Symbol Technologies i nyckelringen kan man e-shoppa och snabbt hitta information på webbsidor.
Foundry capacity heads to 50%
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Manufacturing capacity at the world's biggest foundries is already dramatically down on the preceding quarter.
Skydd för borttappad data
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Den kraftigt ökande användningen av avancerade handdatorer har skapat nya och ibland förbisedda säkerhetsproblem för större företag och organisationer. IT-säkerhetsföretaget Protect Datas dotterbolag Pointsec Mobile Technologies erbjuder ett säkerhetssystem speciellt för handdatorer. Systemet, kallat Pointsec for Palm OS, skyddar information lagrad på handdatorer från Palm genom både avancerad åtkomstkontroll och kryptering.
AVX focuses passive-array manufacture in Ireland
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Thanks to a rapid ramp-up in production volumes at its Republic of Ireland plant, AVX has decided to concentrate production of its passive component arrays at Coleraine and stop production in the US.
Electron injection turns crystals on for new displays
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Scientists at the University of Chicago have developed a technique to inject electrons into nanoscale semiconductor crystals in solution, using electrochemical potential control.
Reflections point to defects in ball-grid packages
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Oregon-based TDA Systems has developed a time domain reflectometry (TDR) system to pinpoint faults in ball grid array (BGA) packages.
Vitesse to buy Danish chip designer for $104.8M in stock
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Vitesse Semiconductor Corp, Camarillo, Calif., announced Sunday that it has agreed to acquire Exbit Technology A/S.
Toshiba to spin off San Jose MPU engineering division
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Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. (TAEC) is spinning off its San Jose-based microprocessor engineering division as a wholly owned subsidiary called ArTile Microsystems Inc.
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