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Group seeks info on IBM processor patent application
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12/28/2007   Post a comment
The Peer-to-Patent organization is seeking prior art and annotations on an IBM patent application for a processor that claims advances in dynamic readjustment and which the organization says has just 13 days left for challenges.
Toshiba sues Italian DVD maker in patent dispute
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12/28/2007   Post a comment
Toshiba Corp. has filed a patent-infringement suit against Italian DVD disc replicator ACME SpA in a Milan court. The suit alleges the Italian company is manufacturing and selling DVDs without a license either from Toshiba or the DVD6C Licensing Group that acts as a one-stop shop for DVD patents from nine companies.
Indian chip designers adding skills, engineers
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12/26/2007   6 comments
Many Indian chip design companies are adding to their portfolio of design skills to provide full design services.
Microsoft hits back in mobile browser wars
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12/17/2007   Post a comment
Microsoft said it would strongly defend itself against complaints to the European Commission by mobile browser group Opera Software that it is illegally handicapping competition, and stressed it would not willingly unbundle Internet Explorer from its Windows browser.
Greenpeace urges console makers to play the game
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12/14/2007   Post a comment
Nintendo's Mario, Microsoft's Master Chief and Sony's Kratos, and friends, are just not doing enough for the environment, so lobbyist group Greenpeace is urging their fans to write to the games console makers to make the machines more eco-friendly.
ITU promises to do its bit at climate change conference
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12/14/2007   Post a comment
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is attempting to alert delegates at the UN Conference on Climate Change in Bali, Indonesia, to the role being played by the global electronics and communications industry in both causing and potentially lessening energy use.
India, China will shape digital convergence, Xilinx exec says
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12/12/2007   Post a comment
India and China will play a major role in shaping digital convergence, a much-hyped concept that is nevertheless proving to be a big opportunity and challenge for the global electronics industry, a Xilinx executive said.
Survey: India still leads as preferred offshore destination
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12/11/2007   Post a comment
India remains the global leader for offshore services, though China, Russia and Brazil are emerging as credible alternatives, a survey found.
Head of DS2 powers up home nets battle
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12/11/2007   Post a comment
Demand for digital home bandwidth will outstrip availability within two years, the head of Spanish powerline chip specialist DS2, Jorge Blasco, warned.
India rolls out nanotech initiative
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12/6/2007   Post a comment
India's national nanotechnology program is rolling out as the first of three Institutes for Nano Science and Technology is inaugurated under the federal government's $250 million national initiative in support of nanotechnological research.
India's Reliance invests in E-Band Communications
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12/4/2007   Post a comment
Mumbai-based Reliance Technology Ventures has invested an undisclosed amount in E-Band Communications, a San Diego-based designer and manufacturer of multigigabit wireless communication systems.


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