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posted in June 2009

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Analysis: Can proprietary wireless HD survive?
Design How-To  
6/25/2009   3 comments
Can wireless HD video startup Amimon find a place within the Wireless Gigabit Alliance specification?
Amimon's wireless ambition: Marry WHDI's HD video with WiFi
News & Analysis  
6/18/2009   2 comments
Yoav Nissan-Cohen, chairman and CEO of Amimon, has plans to change the status quo of wireless video format war by shifting the battleground from "wireless HD video" to "combined wireless HD video and data."
SiRF's challenge: Surfing a sea of mobile complexity
News & Analysis  
6/15/2009   Post a comment
SiRF, a pure-play GPS chip vendor, faces: a declining personal navigation device market; tougher competition getting into mobile handsets; and legal entanglements with Global Locate, acquired by Broadcom. SiRF's best hope is a pending merger with CSR. But can SiRF surf a sea of troubles?
Nokia pitches Web Runtime tools to get Web designers' attention
News & Analysis  
6/9/2009   Post a comment
As the contenders in the mobile industry battle to focus software developers on one or another specific cell-phone platform, Nokia seems to have decided that calling on Web designers will be the key to victory.
Analysis: CEVA's reversal of fortune
News & Analysis  
6/5/2009   3 comments
CEVA, a DSP core IP supplier, is emerging as one of the big beneficiaries of the rapidly changing mobile handset IC market, in which Nokia recently changed its strategy to multiple sourcing on the open market, and Texas Instruments is exiting from the merchant baseband processor market.
Media phone builds more hype at Computex
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6/2/2009   Post a comment
ARC International is adding "media phones" in the mix of a growing roster of new connected consumer products -- netbooks, smartbooks, media players, personal navication devices and digital photo frames -- dominating the show floor of Computex in Taipei this year.


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