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posted in October 2009

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Slideshow: Japan loves 3-D, veggies from LEDs
News & Analysis  
10/30/2009   1 comment
We toured a flat-panel display and "green" device forum in Yokohama, Japan, and also found plenty of e-readers and some interesting applications for LEDs.
4 reasons for 3-D TV, 7 more for why it's a long shot
News & Analysis  
10/29/2009   8 comments
The possibility of 3-D entertainment in the home is a foregone conclusion according to Japanese consumer electronics giants Sony and Panasonic. But here are four reasons for their 3-D push, and seven reasons for why it's still a long shot.
Toshiba to revise its first-half net profit forecast upward
Product News  
10/27/2009   Post a comment
Toshiba Corp. revised Tuesday its first-half operating profit forecast to be 2.0 billion yen, against an earlier prediction for a loss of 30 billion yen, attributing it to exceeded business results in areas such as semiconductors, digital media and power systems.
Analysis: What it takes to build 18-Mpixel basic phones
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10/12/2009   Post a comment
Silicon Image, Inc. has introduced an 18-Megapixel image signal processor Intellectual Property (IP) core, designed to effectively place high-performance digital still camera features in mobile phones.
Dissecting MID, netbook, smartbook and 'cloudbook'
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10/12/2009   Post a comment
Scan the dyslexicon of products targeting the territory between laptops and mobile phones--e-books, mini-notebooks, mobile Internet devices, netbooks, smartbooks, smartphones, tablet PCs and tomorrow's cloudbooks--and you understand why consumers are confused.
MIPS to go after the cellphone market -- really
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10/7/2009   1 comment
ARM dominates the global cell phone market, and many industry observers scoff at MIPS as a viable player in mobile phone designs. But MIPS disclosed that over the next one or two years' time, there will be MIPS-based handsets shipped.


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