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TV makers firm on real-time 2-D/3-D conversion
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2/22/2010   Post a comment
CE giants raised eyebrows at the Consumer Electronics Show when they promised that their upcoming 3-D TVs would convert 2-D programming to 3-D in real-tim
Point/Counterpoint: Does Symbian matter anymore?
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2/12/2010   1 comment
At a time when a host of new operating systems are driving the smartphone market to a new growth level, does Symbian matter anymore?
Symbian lacks the newborn cachet in the U.S. market
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2/12/2010   Post a comment
The success of Symbian is intimately tied to Nokia. But Nokia's much needed success in the U.S. market is not necessarily tied to Symbian. Symbian today lacks the newborn cachet that has attached to its competition — Google's Android, Apple's mobile OS and Palm's webOS.
MIPS on a mission to crack 3.5G/4G cell phone market
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2/10/2010   1 comment
MIPS, next week, is attending the Mobile World Congress for the first time. By promoting MIPS cores in baseband and apps processor ICs in 3.5G/4G handests, MIPS is on a mission to challenge the industry's prevailing pre-conception: ARM for mobile; MIPS for digital consumer.
New CEO Sandeep Vij forms 'Team MIPS'
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2/7/2010   Post a comment
Signing Sandeep Vij as its new CEO may turn out to be just what MIPS Technologies needed, as the world's number two processor IP company struggles to steal the spotlight back from ARM -- both in media attention and the industry's mindshare.


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