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Trident fires opening salvo on frame rate conversion patents
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8/31/2010   8 comments
Trident plans to pursue license agreements with select chip vendors for its motion estimation/motion compensation patents – essential to LCD displays and 3-D TV sets.
Sony: 3-D sweep, WiFi remote, netbox but no Google TV yet
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8/26/2010   15 comments
Sony showed off digital cameras with 3-D sweep panorama mode, 3-D LCD TVs with LED backlighting, Android-based Xperia smartphones, Netbox and more. But conspicuously absent was Google TV.
MIPS vs. Power: Truth about comms market share
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8/11/2010   10 comments
As the networking market heats up, after a dearth of infrastructure spending by operators, so does the argument over market share.
Comment: re: MIPS comeback - 8/5/2010
MIPS comeback
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8/5/2010   4 comments
MIPS Technologies said it added 13 licensees in the last quarter, including four new customers. CEO Sandeep Vij (shown) says there are more customers in the pipeline.


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