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Tyco Electronics devises solid-state lighting for dummies
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1/31/2011   5 comments
Tyco Electronics, a leading supplier of electronic components, is now laying a strategic bet on the solid-state lighting business.
Egyptian uprising imperils high tech progress
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1/29/2011   12 comments
The sudden eruption of street protests in Egypt has tumbled the world stock market, as Egypt virtually cut itself off Friday from the rest of the world. Both cell phones and Internet are blocked.
Silicon Image pushes 'connectivity co-processor' for TV
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1/24/2011   8 comments
Silicon Image plans to introduce to TV architecture what the company calls “a connectivity co-processor, something akin to the southbridge on a PC motherboard,” according to Caillo Martino, Silicon Image CEO.
Trident sticks a fork in CEO, president; they are done
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1/21/2011   1 comment
Christos Lagomichos’ leavetaking from Trident Microsystems, Inc., which became official in a Trident announcement earlier this week, was foreordained.
Anadigics, CEO Mario Rivas, both on a roll
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1/21/2011   10 comments
RFIC supplier Anadigics has been riding the momentum in the 3G and 4G wireless markets.
If you can’t beat ’em, join Rambus
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1/18/2011   8 comments
Rambus, known for its hardball legal tactics in the memory chip business, may turn out to be a godsend for inventors armed with big ideas but few resources to protect their IPs and advance their technologies.
CES Wrap: Google TV among iPads’ casualties
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1/9/2011   29 comments
The real story of this year’s CES wasn’t really about tablets themselves, but a host of changes triggered by tablets, especially pioneered by iPads.
Wolfson's new focus: HD audio on PCs
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1/8/2011   6 comments
Wolfson Microelectronics’ newest endeavor is focused on bringing to PCs and notebook computers “HD audio that matches with HD video.”
LG plays the health card to win a 3-D TV battle
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1/6/2011   11 comments
LG has decided to play the “health” card to win the 3-D TV battle with its film patterned retarder technology.
Eye-catching CES gadgets, Part 1
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1/5/2011   25 comments
CES gadgets that you shouldn’t miss include: a robotic telescope; a video snow goggle; personal energy generator using kinetic energy; a mobile digital TV receiver device for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
China link helps MIPS go mobile
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1/4/2011   11 comments
Delivering on its promise to enter the mobile market, MIPS will show off at CES two smartphones. One deploys a MIPS-Based CPU designed by a Beijing-based Ingenic Semiconductor, while the other is using a MIPS core from Actions Semiconductor for media processing.


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