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Analysis: FPGAs muscle in on ASICs' embedded turf
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The two programmable-logic titans, Altera and Xilinx, are lining up heavyweight CPU and intellectual-property partners in an attempt to propel high-density PLDs into communications and embedded designs, areas previously ruled by ASIC vendors.
Sony to test movie downloads over the Net
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Sony is preparing a trial to securely download movies over the Internet. The trial is planned to take place at the end of this year.
Semiconductor Alert! (July 24-28)
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Satellite-based Net provider adds resellers
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Tachyon Inc., a provider of broadband Internet access via satellite, has added six more Internet service providers as resale partners, the company said this week.
Telemedicine reaches individuals
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e-GM drags giant into a new era
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Car electronic systems accelerate
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CAN meets automotive demands
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Bluetooth offers wireless at home
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'Hypersystems' control car rides
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Factory finds links to enterprise
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Rambus adds Oki to licensee list
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e-learning is a 24 x 7 endeavor
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B2b needs logistics savvy
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Qualcomm maneuvering toward GSM
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Oak chip stops Net-based distribution of music files
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Oak Technology Inc. disclosed development of a chip-based approach to providing the highest level of protection against unauthorized reproduction of copyrighted materials with compact-disk recordings.
Atmel samples 64-Mbit dual-interface DataFlash
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Atmel Corp. today officially launched its 64-megabit DataFlash memory chip, which is aimed at penetrating a range of portable system applications such as "smart" cellular phones, MP3 audio players, digital cameras, palmtop computers and personal digital assistants (PDAs). The chip, which features dedicated serial and parallel interfaces, is also aimed at flash memory cards.
Nortel examines its opto options
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Intel regains memory
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Memory Chips Boost Samsung, Hyundai Rankings
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List of leading suppliers undergoes some changes.
Conflicts stalk wireless data spec
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The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the Wireless Access Protocol Forum are working to craft the next-generation wireless data delivery specification, WAP 2.0. The delicate work may end up merging underlying technologies used in two dominant mobile wireless data services: NTT Docomo Inc.'s successful i-Mode and the existing Wireless Application Protocol.
Internet node may come to class
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Wireless home nets need 802.11a
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Industrial market takes to the Net
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Dependable auto systems emerge
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Applying PC lessons to embedded
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The home becomes the network
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Factory network is out of the box
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In-car information systems tune in
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Conventions take to the Internet
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Smart cards, Internet kiosks and the voter.com Web site will be used to deliver information during the Republican and Democratic National Conventions next month, marking the first time the Internet will play a role at the venues.
Infineon names president for U.S. operations
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Infineon Technologies named Jan du Preez, the former head of Infineon's U.S. memory operations, as president of its U.S. headquarters, Infineon Technologies North America Corp. Du Preez will succeed Bharat Dave, who resigned to pursue an unspecified career outside of the company.
Hybrid Networks, Thomcast team on broadband wireless
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To speed its move into international markets, Hybrid Networks Inc. announced it has formed an alliance with Thomcast Communications Inc. to deliver a complete fixed broadband wireless package to service providers. Under the alliance, Thomcast's Comwave division will market Hybrid's Series 2000 two-way wireless system as part of an end-to-end package that will enable telecommunications companies, wireless systems operators and network service providers to deliver high-speed Internet access.
Graphics gurus eye nuts, bolts of 3-D Web
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The venue might have been the Big Easy, but the computer graphics experts who came to Siggraph 2000 Expo this week demonstrated that the process of making the Web a universally useful tool involves a series of small and difficult steps.
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