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Panasonic creates multi-band M2M chip with 20-year lifespan

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Panasonic has developed a tiny, low-power chip for sensor networks and Internet-connected appliances, which it says is the first to support a broad range of frequency bands....
Panasonic creates multi-band M2M chip with 20-year lifespan

TI details the wireless power chip in the Lumia 920, offers four times the charging area

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If you're one of the first on your block to have picked up a Nokia Lumia 920, you might wonder why it's so forgiving with where you set it down on the wireless charging pad. TI is more than willing to share. The 920, 820, Fatboy charging pillow and...
TI details the wireless power chip in the Lumia 920, offers four times the charging area

LogMeIn and ARM want to help you build the internet of things

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Just a few weeks ago, my colleague Stacey Higginbotham covered an interesting Spanish outfit called Carriots that’s building a platform-as-a-service (Paas) geared specifically towards the internet of things (IoT). As with other startups such as Electric Imp, the aim here is to make it super-simple for developers of connected devices...
LogMeIn and ARM want to help you build the internet of things

Thoughts On AT&T (What Steve Jobs Should Have Written)

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Inspired by: Thoughts on FlashApple has a long relationship with AT&T. In fact, we share 1984 as a rebirth of sorts for both companies - us with the introduction of the Macintosh, and them with their government-forced breakup into eight companies, thanks to intervention by the U.S. Department of Justice....
Thoughts On AT&T (What Steve Jobs Should Have Written)

Revolutionizing medicine, one chip at a time

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In the past several decades, microchips have transformed consumer electronics, enabling new products from digital watches and pocket-sized calculators to laptop computers and digital music players.The next wave of this electronics revolution will involve biomedical devices, say electrical engineers in MIT’s Microsystems Technology Laboratory (MTL) who are working on tiny,...
Revolutionizing medicine, one chip at a time

Intel Unveils New Low-Power Mobile Chip Designs

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Intel revealed its latest low-power chip architecture on Monday, continuing its push into competing in the mobile space. Dubbed “Silvermont,” the new design sets its sights squarely on devices like smartphones and tablets, which obviously have limitations on battery life and require system-on-a-chip specifications made with energy efficiency in mind....
Intel Unveils New Low-Power Mobile Chip Designs
ARM Wants to Put the Internet in Your Umbrella
Data Centers: AMD Promises Facebook the Low-Power Chip of its Dreams

Broadcom releases new Ice Cream Sandwich-optimized chipsets at MWC

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Broadcom's taken the chance to bust out some killer new internals for Android phones here at MWC. The new range of SoCs are optimized for Ice Cream Sandwich, based on single or dual-core 40-nanometer ARM Cortex A9s. The BCM21654G has a 1GHz CPU, integrated HSPA modem and VGA video...
Broadcom releases new Ice Cream Sandwich-optimized chipsets at MWC

AMD to detail upcoming Jaguar low-power chip design for tablets

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Advanced Micro Devices will detail its upcoming low-power CPU for tablets code-named Jaguar at the Hot Chips show in August, and share the stage with IBM, Oracle and Fujitsu, which will provide further insight into next-generation server processors....
AMD to detail upcoming Jaguar low-power chip design for tablets

Panasonic creates multi-band M2M chip with 20-year lifespan

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Panasonic has developed a tiny, low-power chip for sensor networks and Internet-connected appliances, which it says is the first to support a broad range of frequency bands.The new chip, which measures about 5 millimeters square, can send and receive signals for over 20 years on a 1,200mAh battery, if...
Panasonic creates multi-band M2M chip with 20-year lifespan

JBL Power Up speaker and wireless charger combo now shipping, whimsically priced around $250

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The fruit of JBL's partnership with Espoo, the Power Up wireless speaker and induction charger, has just landed at AT&T and Verizon. Aside from receiving your beats over Bluetooth, the 2 x 10-watt speaker can also charge Qi-compatible devices like the Lumia 920 and the Nexus 4. It uses...
JBL Power Up speaker and wireless charger combo now shipping, whimsically priced around $250
Fujitsu Stylistic Q572 is the lone flagbearer for AMD's Hondo tablet initiative

As ARM Chief Steps Down. Successor Points to Growth

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ARM's chief executive stepped down with no drama on Tuesday. But what Warren East, the old chief, and Simon Segars, his successor, plan for the next decade is more disruptive than what the low-power chip company did by moving into most of the world's smartphones. Body computing could be part...
As ARM Chief Steps Down. Successor Points to Growth
MIT scientists create chip implant powered by your ears

ARM sees 44 percent profit increase in Q1 2013, ships 2.6 billion ARM-based chips

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ARM has had a great quarter -- again. This time it's seen pre-tax profits soar 44 percent, while revenues are up 26 percent (to $209.4 million) since the same period last year. The company's thanking the continued adoption of its low-power chip designs, encompassing smartphones, mobile computing and even...
ARM sees 44 percent profit increase in Q1 2013, ships 2.6 billion ARM-based chips

Intel faces tough year as analysts forecast fall in PC sales

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With smartphones and tablets booming, chipmaker Intel insists that the future remains with the device that has made it rich - the PCIntel, which makes chips for 80% of the world's PCs, faces a near-existential threat.With so much focus on the smartphone market, which is still seeing year-on-year growth of...
Intel faces tough year as analysts forecast fall in PC sales

Low-power chip guru quits Samsung for Apple, with heavily implied implications

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The iPhone 5 already proved Apple's desire to move away from existing processor designs and exert more control over these fundamental components. Is it too crazy to imagine that Cupertino would like the same sense of freedom with its laptops? Perhaps not, especially since the biggest company in the...
Low-power chip guru quits Samsung for Apple, with heavily implied implications

ARM seeks better security for connected devices, teams up Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient

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ARM is famous for its low-power chip designs, Gemalto is known for its NFC security features, and Giesecke & Devrient brings some nice nano-SIM notoriety to the table. As a trio, these companies are seeking regulatory approval for a new security standard that could be used on a wide...
ARM seeks better security for connected devices, teams up Gemalto and Giesecke & Devrient

Apple acquires TI chip engineers, moves deeper into the world of SoCs

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Texas Instruments announced earlier this year that it is getting out of the SoC market, and that sadly means a little under two thousand jobs are being cut. In response, Apple has snatched up dozens of engineers from TI’s Israel-based operation. Not only were these engineers reportedly working on TI’s...
Apple acquires TI chip engineers, moves deeper into the world of SoCs

AMD Eyes ARM Alliance in War on Intel

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Is AMD getting ready to build a processor based on ARM's low-power chips? (Photo: Robert McMillan, Wired) Could the low-power chip design that’s used in your iPhone someday show up inside the chips built by Intel rival Advanced Micro Devices? Definitely maybe. Or as AMD’s brand new Chief Technology Officer...
AMD Eyes ARM Alliance in War on Intel
Reuters says AMD is looking for a buyer, but chip maker denies it is up for sale

Smartphone chips could replace server processors in HPC, researchers say

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Looking at historical trends and performance benchmarks, a team of researchers in Spain have concluded that smartphone chips could one day replace the more expensive and power-hungry x86 processors used in most of the world's top supercomputers."History may be about to repeat itself," researchers at the Barcelona Supercomputing Center...
Smartphone chips could replace server processors in HPC, researchers say
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