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This is the World's Largest Multi-Touch Display Wall
Sep 30, 2012 - in News
Twenty four 55-inch displays are stacked together to create the ultimate MultiTaction cell display.
Steve Jobs: It's Time We Design Our Own IPhone And IPod Chips
Jun 12, 2008 - in News
The market potential for proprietary mobile processor designs from chip makers like Samsung Electronics and Intel Corp.
Optimus Maximus Keyboard Sold On Ebay For $2750
Feb 11, 2008 - in News
One of the first OLED keyboards from Russian design studio Art Lebedev has been sold on Ebay.
Art Lebedev To Offer LED Keyboards From $462
Dec 4, 2007 - in News
If you found the $1500 price tag of Art Lebedev's LED keyboard to be outrageous, how does $462 sound? Of course you don't get quite as many LEDs for that.
Art Lebedev scraps $1200 b/w Optimus keyboard
Dec 11, 2006 - in News
Russian design studio had some bad - or good, depending on your perspective - news over the weekend. The Optimus LED keyboard, which was announced to be made available for pre-order in a limited edition for $1200 a piece later this year - has been canceled.
Optimus OLED keyboard to be priced at $1200
Nov 30, 2006 - in News
And you thought the Playstation 3 was expensive: Design studio Art Lebedev announced that it will sell its Optimus computer keyboard for $1200 a piece in March of next year.
Samsung introduces 30" widescreen LCD monitor
Oct 11, 2006 - in News
Samsung Electronics America yesterday introduced SyncMaster 305T, a widescreen, high-resolution 30" LCD monitor.
IBM, Chartered, Infineon and Samsung sample 45 nm silicon
Aug 29, 2006 - in News
BM, Chartered, Infineon and Samsung have developed their first 45 nm "silicon-functional circuits" and announced that the technology would be available in "design kits" for "select customers."
Altera launches Stratix II FPGA security solution for IP protection
Jun 22, 2006 - in News
Altera today announced the availability of a comprehensive Stratix II FPGA security solution designed to protect intellectual property (IP).
SDRAM shortage may be aggravated by product adjustments by SMIC and Samsung
Apr 6, 2006 - in News
Buoyant SDRAM demand, coupled with product mix readjustments said to be taking place at leading players Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) and Samsung Electronics, will aggravate supply/demand balance in the SDRAM market, according to industry sources.
Freescale, Nokia and Symbian collaborate to develop 3G single core reference design
Feb 9, 2006 - in News
Freescale Semiconductor, Nokia and Symbian are joining together to create what they claim is the first 3G mobile phone reference design using Freescale's single core modem, targeted to run S60 software on Symbian.
ECS to cooperate with Lenovo on server development
Jul 13, 2005 - in News
Motherboard maker Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) recently reached an agreement with Lenovo to develop server motherboards, according to the Chinese-language Commercial Times.
Design error in Hyper-Threading causes vulnerability in FreeBSD
May 14, 2005 - in News
Secunia issued an alert about a security threat in FreeBSD that is caused by an apparent design error in Intel's Hyper-Threading technology.
IBM sees Cell chip for industry, not just gamers
Apr 1, 2005 - in News
IBM (is taking the highly anticipated Cell chip technology at the heart of the future Sony PlayStation and offering to help customers design it into a far wider range of electronics, from aerospace to military to medical products, the company said.
Samsung unveils 160-degree viewable TFT screen
Mar 22, 2005 - in News
Samsung Electronics today switched on an enhanced design process that enables it to manufacture TFT and LCD displays that can be viewed at angles of up to 160-degrees.