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Freescale joins 4G-era small-cell basestation race
News & Analysis  
8/30/2011   10 comments
Freescale has begun sampling new wireless basestation SoCs designed for picocells and femto cells, by using the company’s QorIQ Qonverge family of processors.
New AMD CEO's job: Bringing computing to next 10 billion users
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8/26/2011   10 comments
It’s been only a little over 10 hours, way too soon to pass judgment on AMD’s choice of the new CEO. True. But one thing keeps bugging me.
The lowdown on Telegent: Split three ways
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8/25/2011   Post a comment
Telegent did not crash and burn. The startup which distributed $100 million among shareholders and employees was a "success," say former managers and Reed Hundt, the ex-FCC chairman who served as a Telegent board member.
To vendors: where’s your ‘community’ spirit?
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8/18/2011   15 comments
In the electronics industry, company spokespeople, marketing executives or ad men all love talking about the importance of “community” and “engagement.” Do they really mean it?
Tell me how exactly Google can 'supercharge' Android
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8/15/2011   10 comments
What are Google’s true intentions in buying Motorola Mobility? This is the crux of the issue.
What’s in the white box for Freescale?
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8/9/2011   7 comments
What to make of Freescale's foray into Asia's white box market. We explain.
Connecting the dots in mobile TV: Siano…DiBcom…Telegent
News & Analysis  
8/8/2011   3 comments
Mobile TV, after all, isn’t really about mobile phones. It’s about TV receivers that go into automobiles, media tablets, even home TVs and any other existing or yet-to-emerge products.
This DiiVA demands your attention
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8/4/2011   3 comments
DiiVA backers and key staffers at home network specialist Synerchip, which has implemented the DiiVA interface in silicon, include Silicon Image alums who have reinvented the 10 year-old HDMI connectivity standard as an agile networking spec.
Post quake: 'The finest hour' of Renesas and the industry
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8/3/2011   10 comments
For the first time since the earthquake, Renesas released a video clip featuring the real people working at Renesas, who describe with simple eloquence their trials – in their own words. No teleprompter, no cue cards.


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