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Sanyo to sell chip unit to On Semi, says report
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7/2/2010   2 comments
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd. plans to sell its loss-making semiconductor subsidiary to On Semiconductor Corp., according to a Kyodo News International report, which cited unnamed sources.
Siano denies Chinese mobile TV allegations
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Siano Mobile Silicon Ltd., a vendor of mobile digital TV receiver chips, has spoken out against allegations it said had been made by Chinese startup Innofidei Inc., that Siano infringes patents relevant to mobile television in China.
Analyst: Foxconn's financial form lags peers
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The financial performance of electronic manufacturing services giant Foxconn International Holdings is lagging far behind that of rival companies, according to Chitra Gopal an analyst with Nomura Singapore Ltd.
iWatt opens Chinese design center
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Digital power IC vendor iWatt Inc. has opened a design center in the Shenzhen Science Park in Shenzhen, China. The center is inteneded to support Asian manufacturers of solid-state lighting, mobile phone chargers and network adapters, the company said.
TSMC qualifies one-time-programmable IP for automotive use
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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) announced that its 0.25 micron One-Time-Programmable (OTP) IP now meets Automotive Electronics Council (AEC) standard AEC-Q100 specification.
VeriLogger environment available with free 6 month license
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SynaptiCAD Inc. has released an updated version of VeriLogger Extreme, a compiled-code Verilog simulation and debugging environment, that adds support for encrypted IP models from Actel, Altera, and Xilinx.
MCUs - Microcontroller with AES authentication consumes as little as 300nA
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Maxim's new MCU, the MAXQ1004 with AES authentication, has power use of as little as 300nA.
Windows 8 leak
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7/1/2010   2 comments
Windows 8 could be one more uninspiring, stepwise improvement from a software giant increasingly following trends set by other vendors if a set of Powerpoint slides available online reflect Microsoft's thinking.
Pearl-white E Ink display to debut in next-gen Kindle DX
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7/1/2010   2 comments
E Ink's paper-white display technology upgrade, Pearl, will show off its claimed 50 percent contrast-ratio improvement over competing displays when it debuts in Amazon's next-generation Kindle DX e-reader.
Dalsa to receive $23 million Ontario grant
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7/1/2010   Post a comment
Imaging sensor and semiconductor company Dalsa Corp. is set to receive up to 24.3 million Canadian dollars (about $23 million) from the Ontario government in support of research and development (R&D) efforts in digital imaging technology.
Rapid growth wireless charging devices
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7/1/2010   1 comment
Nearly 235 million electronics devices with wireless charging capability are projected to ship in 2014, a 65-fold increase from the 3.6 million expected to ship this year, according to a forecast by market research firm iSuppli.
Students in 'forced' Foxconn internships, says report
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7/1/2010   2 comments
Up to 100,000 students have been ordered to travel from the central Chinese province of Henan to Shenzhen to take up three-month internships with Foxconn, the world's largest maker of electronic and computer systems, according to a China Daily report.
Qualcomm CEO: No stopping mobile traffic
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Data traffic over mobile networks is exploding, thereby requiring new technologies to keep up with the frenetic demand.
Qualcomm tips Snapdragon development platform
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7/1/2010   1 comment
Qualcomm CE0 Paul Jacobs revealed a new development platform for its chip line in the emerging mobile Internet device market.
What is augmented reality?
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7/1/2010   1 comment
What is augmented reality?
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