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posted in September 2010

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MIPS offers multicore processor for Web-connected CE devices
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9/27/2010   35 comments
MIPS Technologies launched a new processor IP core designed for consumer chip vendors to develop high-performance multicore, multi-threaded SoCs with ease.
Femtocells lure embattled net operators
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9/20/2010   14 comments
Femtocells, small basestations designed for homes or small businesses to extend cellular networks’ indoor coverage, are poised to enter the public access infrastructure market, posing a possible disruption to the traditional macro basestation industry.
Motion-sensing remotes: A ‘must’ for Web TVs and set-tops?
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9/6/2010   14 comments
Movea, a CEA-Leti spin-off, has launched MotionIC platform designed to let OEMs quickly integrate two to nine axes of motion processing and control in their new consumer devices.
Trident offers three new ideas to bring 3D to mainstream TVs
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9/3/2010   11 comments
Trident is rolling out three new digital TV ICs: a low-cost, connected-TV chip; a 3D TV chipset with 2D-to-3D conversion feature; and a 240Hz frame rate converter essential to frame sequential 3D TVs.


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