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Boosted by Asian licensee, MIPS elbows ARM
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4/29/2010   Post a comment
MIPS has landed a major cellular baseband/application chip company based in Asia. The deal represents MIPS' first win on the cell phone market, displacing ARM as the processor IP core.
Opinion: Why everyone loves Pasquale Pistorio
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4/22/2010   9 comments
Pistorio Pasquale, the honorary chairman of STMicroelectronics, will be next week in San Jose, Calif., to receive the Life Time Achievement Award at the EE Times' Annual Creativity in Electronics (ACE) Awards ceremony.
Opinion: 3-D TV can't make your kids sick. . . can it?
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4/20/2010   6 comments
In almost all cases, factors that influence eye strain, nausea or headache in 3-D viewing are neither 3-D displays nor 3-D glasses. But they are [related to] content creation, post-production and mastering processes used in 3-D video production. Here's a three-step plan to prevent 3-D disaster.
Virage Logics's new IP venture: It's the subsystems, stupid!
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4/13/2010   Post a comment
Virage Logic no longer sees itself as just a provider of a collection of semiconductor IP cores. Instead, it's betting on a future of becoming a supplier of "subsystems" that can be quickly, painlessly and deeply embedded in SoCs for its licensees.
The global village comes to the new EE Times
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4/6/2010   6 comments
By engaging more closely with our readers, we hope to foster a real engineering community that serves the needs of all its members.


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