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Linear Technology unveils harvesting solution piezoelectric transducers
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1/7/2010   Post a comment
Linear Technology has unveiled a complete energy harvesting solution optimized for low energy sources, including piezoelectric transducers.
Prepare for 2010 demand surge, says analyst
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1/7/2010   Post a comment
Looking forward to 2010 Bill McClean of IC Insights (Scottsdale, Ariz.) observed that both PC and cellphone unit volume shipments are forecast to increase at double-digit rates in 2010 and that this indicates an IC market boom is coming.
Single-chip demodulator/decoder for Internet-TV
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1/7/2010   Post a comment
STMicroelectronics announced the Sti7167, a single-chip demodulator/decoder for Internet-TV, terrestrial or cable set-top boxes, enabling economies of scale and time to market acceleration.
China is en route to double its IC production capacity over ten years says SEMI
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1/7/2010   Post a comment
A recent research by SEMI indicates China is committed to narrow the gap between its IC production and consumption, leading to doubling the country's global equipment and materials market in ten years.
TV makers hear video phones ringing at CES
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1/7/2010   Post a comment
TV makers want to morph the big-screen HDTV into a 3-D capable, Internet-connected video phone, but details on how they will do it were scarce in a series of back-to-back press events before the official opening of the Consumer Electronics Show.
Resistive multi-touch single-chip controller targets advanced multi-touch screen market
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1/6/2010   Post a comment
STMicroelectronics has introduced an advanced multi-touch 'resistive' touchscreen controller chip to optimize the Bill of Materials of the electronics supporting the advanced multi-touch capability of smartphones, mobile internet devices and netbooks that feature touchscreens to support increasingly sophisticated 'apps' and games.
November chip sales up 27.5% on a year ago
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November's global market for semiconductors was $21.63 billion, according to "actual" data from the World Semiconductor Trade Statistics (WSTS) organization. This was slightly down on the upwardly revised figure for October of $22.19 billion, but exceeded the November 2008 actual sales figure of $16.96 billion by 27.5 percent.
Video: Cool gadgets at CES press preview
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1/6/2010   Post a comment
A consumer drone that could be the next big thing in gaming, a handhald radar device, broadcast TV on the cellphone and a smartbook were four of the hot new gadgets we saw at CES Unveiled--a loud, crowded cocktail party that marks the beginning of a press tour at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Veteran tech exec named Silicon Image CEO
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1/5/2010   Post a comment
Digital TV chip and IP vendor Silicon Image named Camillo Martino, a 25-year high-tech veteran, CEO, three months after the company's longtime chief abruptly stepped down.
Reporter's notebook: The CES tsunami hits
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1/5/2010   1 comment
While I slept last night, more than a dozen of the companies fired off press releases about new or improved platforms at the Consumer Electronics Show that could change the way something happens for the average Joe--two days before CES even begins.
Analyst bullish on IC firms amid 'super cycle'
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A Wall Street analyst increased earnings estimates and share price targets for several chip vendors, citing reports of steadily improving business trends throughout the fourth quarter of 2009.
Vizio puts 60 GHz in HDTV, Blu-ray drive at CES
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1/5/2010   3 comments
Vizio Inc. will announce at the Consumer Electronics Show plans to use the 60 GHz chips from SiBeam Inc. in a high definition TV and Blu-ray player that will ship in June a move the startup says is a sign its technology is leading a hotly competitive race to enable wireless video in the home.
SENSORS - Touchscreen controller features lowest power, smallest footprint for portable devices
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1/4/2010   Post a comment
Semtech's SX8650 touchscreen controller features lowest power, smallest footprint for portable devices. It boasts throughput output rate of 50 kSPS and 15kV ESD Protection.
Mobile TV startup appoints SanDisk founder to board
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1/4/2010   Post a comment
Telegent Systems Inc. (Sunnyvale, Calif.), a provider of chips for mobile television founded in 2004, today announced the appointment of Eliyahou Harari to Telegent's board of directors as an independent board member.
Vizio puts 60 GHz in HDTVs, but not Blu-ray drives
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1/4/2010   1 comment
Vizio Inc. will announce at the Consumer Electronics Show plans to use the 60 GHz chips from SiBeam Inc. in a high definition TV that will ship in June a move the startup says is a sign its technology is leading a hotly competitive race to enable wireless video in the home.
SIA salutes resumption of chip sales growth
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Commenting on the three-month average of global chip sales for November, George Scalise, president of the Semiconductor Industry Association, said that year-on-year sales growth had resumed and most markets were showing signs of strength.
November's averaged global chip sales beat expectations
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The three-month average of global sales of semiconductors rose to $22.645 billion in November, ahead of expectations, and up 8.5 percent on the same figure in November 2008, according to the European Semiconductor Industry Association.
Video: What to expect at CES 2010
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In a video preview of the Consumer Electronics Show, editor-at-large Rick Merritt shares his thoughts about what to look for at CES this week including analysis of 3DTV, e-books, smartbooks and wireless video.
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