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3-D digital video cameras on the horizon?
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11/22/2010   14 comments
Anticipating an emerging 3-D trend on the digital video camera market, Ambarella has unveiled a 3-D video pre-processor, called S3D, designed to be used with the company’s camera SoCs such as A5 or A7.
Three biggest changes freescale CEO has b rought to the company
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11/17/2010   13 comments
Freescale CEO Rich Beyer is upbeat about his management team and his company. Now he wants to exit the wireless business and change Freescale’s DNA.
TI to put floating point in every DSP core
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11/9/2010   3 comments
TI is putting floating point in every DSP core – a smart move for applications like MIMO. But will it cost them a penalty in latency? Freescale believes it will.
Who's who at LSI Logic's 30th reuninon
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11/9/2010   3 comments
When close to 350 LSI Logic alumni last week showed up for the 30th reunion of LSI Logic, they shared tales of glory days in Silicon Valley and reminisced unexpected turn of events in the global electronics industry – many of which LSI Logic was very much part of.
Trident, Zoran square off on video IP
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11/1/2010   6 comments
IP specialists Trident Microsystems and Zoran are set to square off on a video technique called frame interpolation. Warning: You could be their next lawsuit target.
MIPS CEO: ‘Companies need to have a soul’
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11/1/2010   26 comments
In a sharp contrast to a year ago, the Wall Street loves MIPS. Share holders love them. Even the media seems to be in love. But MIPS CEO believes that’s not enough: “Companies need to have a soul.”


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