Articles tagged with: Driving and Wi Fi

New digital signal processor is super-fast, ultra energy-efficient

A new, extremely energy-efficient processor chip that provides breakthrough speeds for a variety of computing tasks has been designed by a group at the University of California, Davis. The chip, dubbed AsAP, is ultra-small, fully reprogrammable and highly configurable, so it can be widely adapted to a number of applications. more

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AT&T to Invest Over $17 Billion During 2009

AT&T has announced that it plans to spend between $17 billion to $18 billion in 2009 on improving its networks. This is in like with its 2007 capital expenditures of $17.7 billion and expected to exceed the planned investment of any other U.S. telecom company. more

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Chinese Handset Production Growth Down to Single Figures

The research firm predicts that the scale of Chinese mobile phone chips market is expected to reach RMB 110 billion (US$16 billion), up by 6%, down to single-digit growth for the first time. more

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Broadcom Enables the Android Platform to Support Wireless 'Combo Chips'

Broadcom has announced that the software that controls its Wi-Fi/Bluetooth/FM combination solution is now a standard component of the latest Android operating system. This is the first time that the Android platform includes native support for a multi-functional wireless connectivity solution (or "combo" chip).  more

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UPDATE: Google Unveils Android Smartphone for T-Mobile

Google, Tuesday unveiled its first Android-powered smartphone for T-Mobile USA as the Internet giant hopes to shake up the wireless industry. more

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Surprising New Markets Drive Six-fold Increase in GPS Shipments

With media attention currently focused on GPS-enabled cellular handsets and PNDs, the potential of emerging vertical markets for GPS and location services are going unnoticed by many. more

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Almost 40% of smart phones shipping in EMEA have GPS integrated

A new report Canalys finds that growth slowed in the smart phone market in EMEA in Q2, but total shipments of 12.6 million still made it the second biggest quarter ever in volume terms. Canalys estimates that smart phones represented 13% of all mobile phone shipments. more

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Strategy Analytics 2009 Wireless Trends Outlook

Strategy Analytics is getting in early with the annual end of year prediction game and has already released its top predictions for 2009. more

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In-Flight Broadband Service Revenue to Approach $1 Billion by 2012

The market for in-flight broadband services is poised to grow to $936 million in 2012, according to recent research by MultiMedia Intelligence. Despite industry plight, airlines are continuing to invest in new entertainment services due to their potential for additional revenue generation. more

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Europe to Remain the Fastest-Growing Market for WCDMA in 2008 - Report

Forward Concepts has announced the publication of its newest annual study of the worldwide cellphone market and virtually all of the chips that go into them. more

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