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posted in September 2008

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Forget the lipstick, break into the piggy
9/29/2008   Post a comment
I get that the stock market would naturally bounce around based on bank failures, and bailouts. Today, however, Apple is down 15% after several firms cut back recommendations on the stock.
Silicon Hive and Acutelogic launch high performance programmable camera imaging subsystems
Product News  
9/24/2008   Post a comment
One introduction at the Photokina Trade Show in Koln Germany should make mobile camera manufacturers take note. A partnership of Silicon Hive and Acutelogic just spawned a new family of HiveGo programmable camera imaging subsystems (CSS) for SoC manufacturers in the mobile phone and consumer electronics space.
Google's G1 may be tough to beat on the music front
Product News  
9/24/2008   Post a comment
Google's G1 phone, priced at $179, will hit the shelves on October 22. The $20 lower sales price compared with the iPhone probably won't make Apple fans blink twice.
Oh oh, a shocking Apple iPhone adapter recall
9/22/2008   Post a comment
This just might affect you. If you bout a 3G iPhone in North America or Japan and got an 'ultracompact' USB adapter, the results could be shocking--you.
Tessera unveils manufacturing services--Objective: $1 camera module
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9/22/2008   Post a comment
Addressing trends towards low-cost phones, multiple cameras per phone, the rise in video conferencing combined with the way camera modules are currently built, Tessera is making available product launch services that hand hold those that manufacture handhelds.
Continuous Computing stretches LTE end-to-end
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9/15/2008   Post a comment
In a move designed to enable a rapid ramp up of LTE, Continuous Computing unveiled a comprehensive set of products that address the 3rd Generation Partnership Project's (3GPP) LTE wireless standard.
The COTS Ecosystem--Strength in numbers
Design How-To  
9/9/2008   Post a comment
Getting one or two companies to work together is no small feat. Today, five diverse organizations make up the COTS Ecosystem. They're complementary, insist they don't compete, and they're making great strides in furthering the adoption of COTS. Here's a roundtable discussion with the members--designed to eliminate confusion and well, just see what they're all up to.
Final Crossword Puzzle
9/8/2008   Post a comment
Okay sleepers, here's your last chance to get your own copy of Introduction to Wireless Systems.
Where are you?
9/2/2008   Post a comment
Over the past few weeks I've published Wireless Words Puzzles 3 and 4. The third puzzle was a killer--only one person completed it--David Springer.

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