Tech news tagged ‘nokia’

Top 10 most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com

Here are the top ten most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com in the last week, with the companies ST, TI, Sierra Nevada Corp and Micron figuring prominently…

Taking it in reverse order, to maximise suspense:

10. Space: Dream Chaser mini shuttle gears up for first orbital flight

9. IoT ‘Absolutely…

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Top 10 most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com

Here are the top ten most popular articles on ElectronicsWeekly.com in the last week, with MediaTek, Broadcom, engineering mistakes, Nokia, and Quantum Mechanics figuring prominently…

Taking it in reverse order, to maximise suspense:

10. Broadcom uses Wi-Fi Direct to link wearable electronics to the cloud

9. The CEO…

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Elektra 2010 – Reader’s Choice for Product Innovation

For the for the 2010 Elektras, which product innovation gets your vote in the Reader’s Choice Product Innovation catagory, sponsored by Avnet? Entrants include Philips, Nokia, Apple and HTC…Please vote for ONE of the products below. Only one vote per reader will be counted.* Apple iPad* BlueSolar panels…

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Apple counter-suing Nokia over patent infringement

Just as Intel and AMD settle, this one is shaping up to be another long-running legal dust-up between two giant technology corporations.Back in October Nokia filed a licensing claim for iPhone IP payments. In traditional legal manner – attack is always the best form of defence – Apple is…

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Mobile phones through the ages – Babushka style

A bit of fun for a Friday – check out these carefully crafted cardboard models of mobile phones through the ages, created by the designer and animator Kyle Bean. The work is dubbed Mobile Evolution (thanks to Technabob for this one).What’s more, Russian Doll-like, they all fit within…

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Q5 interview – John Bruggeman, Wind River

The latest Q5 interview is with John Bruggeman, chief marketing officer at Wind River, the real-time operating system and development software company. He reveals his thoughts on multi-core systems, Nokia’s recent open-source move and the main RTOS market drivers. The five short sharp questions this week…

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The price of the Symbian Foundation

A little-reported aspect of the Nokia / Symbian manoeuvres earlier this week is the job cuts at UIQ, the User Interface provider for phones from the likes of Sony Ericsson, Motorola and BenQ. The cost of forming the “open software” Symbian Foundation has a human element. Two hundred people are…

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Mannerisms 500!

Hats off to David Manners – its five hundred and counting for the blog that started a year ago, in the week of Electronica. It’s the distinctive, entertaining, authoritative and never dull commentary on the semiconductor industry, from someone who knows…

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