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Pleo evolves on four legs and two ARMs
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7/24/2008   Post a comment
Following in the pawprints of the Sony Aibo, released in June 1999, the Ugobe Pleo dinosaur pet robot is the most recent incarnation of a learning and evolving personal robotic toy.
Under the Hood: Handset holds surprise package
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7/14/2008   Post a comment
A look inside the Sharp 922SH, available through the Softbank network, yields insight into whether the Japanese are still light-years ahead of their global counterparts in cell phone development.
Under the Hood - Update: Apple iPhone 3G exposed
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7/12/2008   7 comments
A close analysis of iPhone 3G's insides shows major wins for Infineon and TriQuint, though it's clear that much of the emphasis this time around less on reinventing the wheel and more on user experience and applications development.
Under the Hood: Intel and TriQuint surprise with iPhone 3G wins
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7/10/2008   Post a comment
A first look inside the Apple iPhone 3G shows TriQuint Semiconductor and Intel to be surprise winners, while Samsung, ARM, SST and old reliable Skyworks fill primary roles in the new design.


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