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Freescale goes dual core for engine control
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10/12/2011   9 comments
Freescale Semiconductor raised the hood on a multicore processor for automotive engine control that includes three extra timing cores dedicated to fuel efficiency.
Perfecting the 3-D chip
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10/11/2011   21 comments
As chip makers work to make 2012 the year of the 3-D IC, IBM says it has devices in the field using low-density through-silicon vias.
Enterprise tablet ready for business
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10/10/2011   12 comments
Motorola Solutions announced its first touchscreen tablet computer which will only be sold in volume deals to major retailers, service providers, and other enterprises nationwide.


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