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10 Hot Topics at ARM TechCon
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10/2/2012   6 comments
Designing with ARM? Read on to get a 10% discount for the show, Oct. 30 to Nov. 1 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
Intel invests $40 million in 10 startups
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10/2/2012   4 comments
Chip giant's VC arm backs 10 firms across wide swath of high tech.
EDA extends sales growth streak
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Sector posts better than 10 percent growth for seventh time in last eight quarters.
AMD wants graphics processors to run Java
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Chip firm joins with Oracle to create way of accelerating Java by a mix of processor engines, including graphics processor units.
One in 10 smartphones gets returned, study finds
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Survey of U.S. consumers finds new features like touchsceens and sensors make set up, use more complicated.
Laser-spike annealing could boost litho
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10/1/2012   2 comments
Intel, others evaluating Cornell University-developed technique that could shorten processing time, improve image quality.
Fab tool demand on the decline
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Gartner cuts wafer fab equipment forecast amid yield improvements, falling capacity utilization.
Resolver-based motor control with TI’s C2000 Delfino MCUs
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A single 32-bit Delfino microcontroller eliminates the need for an additional resolver-to-digital converter IC in precision servo motor control systems.
Qualcomm' quad-core Snapdragon S4 Play MSM8x25Q processors
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Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8x30 platform to support LTE -TDD/TD-SCDMA and all three China operators.
Microchip's new embedded Wi-Fi dev boards
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Based on pre-certified low-power Wi-Fi modules, new development boards use standard PICtail interface to 8/16/32-bit PIC MCU tools.
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The C8051F39x/37x family of small form factor microcontrollers delivers best-in-class temperature sensing accuracy and a high level of analog integration.
Memoir releases Renaissance 4X Algorithmic Memory IP
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By combining memory algorithms with silicon-validated single-port/two-port memories, Renaissance 4X can achieve 4000 MOPS in a 28-nm process.
Ultrabook falling short of expectations
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10/1/2012   12 comments
IHS iSuppli slashes shipment forecast amid high prices, lack of effective marketing.
Adesto buys Atmel serial flash families
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10/1/2012   2 comments
Developer of resistive RAM non-volatile memory buy serial flash product families from Atmel.
White space radio startup raises funds
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10/1/2012   3 comments
Neul, a startup developing a wide-area cellular network technology dedicated to machine-to-machine or Internet-of-things data traffic, has raised an additional $5 million in equity funding.
Renesas secures refinancing deals
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10/1/2012   4 comments
Struggling Japanese chip company announces two deals to provide funds for the company in both the short and long term.
Japan invests in GaN power startup
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10/1/2012   6 comments
California startup announces $35 million in funding led by Japanese firms.
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