The battle for the fast-growing mobile semiconductor market will intensify in late 2009 with the introduction of new processors from each camp–ARM and x86.
The Chinese government denied involvement in Internet attacks and defended its online censorship Monday after the United States urged Beijing to investigate complaints of cyber intrusions in a dispute that has added tension to bilateral relations.China's policy against Internet hacking attacks...
USB is the most popular and most used interface among users on both home and business PCs, while Bluetooth is proving highly popular on cell phones.
A victim of the weak economy and job losses, In-Stat expects that multi-service business gateway (MSBG) shipments for enterprise branch office applications will decline in 2009 .
The Infinity Project is a national middle school, high school, and early college engineering curricula. The math and science-based engineering and technology education initiative helps educators deliver a maximum of engineering exposure with a minimum of training, expense and time....
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Consumers Cite Speed, Security and Range as Most Important Factors in Broadband Customer Premises Equipment PurchasingJanuary 23, 2010 9:55 pm | by In-Stat | Comments
The top three important factors US consumers cited in their purchasing decisions of Broadband Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) were speed, security, and range/coverage
Fixed mobile convergence (FMC), the transparent and seamless hand-off of active voice calls between cellular and Wi-Fi networks using a dual-mode phone, can be a powerful enabling tool for businesses.
Although multi-core processors are common today in notebook PCs, they are only beginning to become common place in other mobile devices.
Multi-Service Business Gateway (MSBG) equipment manufacturers have shifted their focus from the US enterprise branch-office market to small businesses and selected vertical markets around the world.
Despite a poor worldwide economy, demand for smartphones, regular phones, and wireless broadband services continues to drive the base station marke.
While the market for High-Definition TV (HDTV) has hit the mainstream, the industry has already started speculating about the commercialization of Ultra-High Definition (UHD)
Digital Media Adapters, Players, Receivers Emerge as Competitive New Connected Home Product CategoryJanuary 22, 2010 11:55 pm | by In-Stat | Comments
A new class of devices, Digital Media Adapters (DMAs), Digital Media Players (DMPs), and Digital Media Receivers (DMRs) is emerging in the connected digital home
The electronic book (e-book) segment, having firmly established itself in the US market, has plenty of room for growth that will be bolstered by new features such as e-mail and Web connectivity.
Semiconductor revenue for WiMAX microcells, picocells, and femtocells is on course to a 46% compound annual growth rate from 2008 to 2013. The segment will pass $1 billion by 2013 .