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posted in October 2010

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Will Broadcom buy change the femto market?
News & Analysis  
10/28/2010   13 comments
Broadcom’s $86 million acquisition of Percello validates the fledgling femtocell market; it presents a scenario for femtocell to get integrated in another box; and it shows the future of femtocells priced on par with WiFi.
Japan's three-step plan to depend less on China
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10/19/2010   44 comments
The rare earth issue is a microcosm of our future– how our business and technology relationship with China could very well unfold over the next decade.
Opinion: WHDI in mobile handsets in 2012?
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10/11/2010   11 comments
Amimon promises the universal proliferation of Wireless High-Definition Interface (WHDI) -- not only for wireless PC-to-TV but in mobile-to-TV streaming apps. But do we still need wireless HD video networking at home?
Japan hangs its hat on Android, sensors and displays
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10/5/2010   37 comments
CEATEC, Japan’s premier consumer electronics show held here this week, illustrated three principle trends within the Japanese electronics industry: Android, sensors and display technologies
Toshiba’s glasses-free 3-D panel: Worth the wait?
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10/4/2010   24 comments
Toshiba demonstrated a 3-D TV panel that doesn't require the viewer to wear glasses. We take a closer look.


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