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Rice-led project aims to boost performance on microprocessors

The USA's Rice University has been given a US$16 million fund to develop a new set of tools that can improve the performance of virtually any application running on any microprocessor. more

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Mobile Internet Usage on WiFi Widespread Across the USA

Mobile advertising agency, AdMob has highlighted widespread mobile Internet usage on WiFi in the United States and strong growth in Western Europe in its January 2009 Mobile Metrics Report. more

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Popular Consumer and Mobile Products Fuel MEMS Boom

From the gyroscope in your PlayStation 3 game controller, to the accelerometer in your iPhone, Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) are making major inroads in the consumer- and mobile-electronics worlds, causing market revenue in this area to nearly triple from 2006 to 2012, according to iSuppli. more

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Apple Finally Gets its New iPhone Boss

After settling a legal dispute, Apple has announced that former IBM vice-president, Mark Papermaster will be joining the Company as senior vice president of Devices Hardware Engineering. more

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Former IBM Exec to Lead Apple's iPhone Development

Apple has announced that Mark Papermaster is joining the Company as senior vice president of Devices Hardware Engineering, reporting to Apple CEO Steve Jobs. Papermaster, who comes to Apple from IBM, will lead Apple's iPod and iPhone hardware engineering teams. more

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Motorola Sues RIM for Poaching Staff

Motorola is suing rival handset manufacturer, Research in Motion after it claimed that company has been poaching its staff. The lawsuit, filed last week says that RIM lured away some 40 of its employees in Florida since the beginning of this year. more

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