4G wireless infrastructure suppliers will be in London next week for the Small Cells Conference at the ExCel on 9-11 June. At the event, Bath-based baseband system IP developer Blu Wireless Technology will demonstrate a prototype wireless modem capable of delivering gigabit data links in the 60GHz band. The module, which is being demonstrated for the first time, is based ...
ARM has seen its share price come under big pressure in the last few weeks. Are ARM chip sales down? No. Are ARM processor royalties down? No. So what is worrying investors in the ARM which has its processor technology in 90% of the world’s smartphones? Could the answer be Intel? At last the chip giant may be getting some ...
The gallium arsenide (GaAs) IC market seems to have slowed to stand-still. GaAs power amplifiers are crucial components in mobile phones and it is a weakness in this area which has affected the market.
DRAMs used in smartphones are set for remarkable triple-digit growth in shipments this year, outpacing the expansion of the entire DRAM market by a factor of three, according to an IHS iSuppli.
There is so much hype around the Android operating system that it is all too easy under-play the importance of the Symbian OS in the mobile market.
Will ARM Cortex become the processor of choice in the mobile tablet. The imminent launch of Apple’s tablet, on January 26th, could make the mobile computing device which is not a netbook but nor is it a smartphone, the mobile product of choice in 2010.
I think I have seen the future on online audio when I see that Apple has agreed to offering the Spotify music-streaming application for the iPhone in its app store. But when will I see the future of online voice telephony?
Could Android-based touch-screen phones be bought for less than £60 next year?
We now know that Intel and Nokia are to work together to develop mobile chipsets and a Linux-based mobile computing platform for future netbook products. But why?
A surprise conference call from Intel involving Anand Chandrasekher, general manager of the chip firm’s Ultra Mobility group has fuelled speculation that Intel is to announce a design- in with a big-name handset firm. And the name in the frame is none other than Nokia.