Tech news tagged ‘tomorrow morning’

Camera Dust

A 1mm³ sized camera, about the same size as a grain of salt and costing a Euro or two, could be a tool in doctors’ surgeries next year…

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eEdge And The Waste Of £23 Billion

Ten years on from when the wireless industry was skinned of £23 billion in the UK 3G licence auction, you tend to wonder whether the industry would have been better off boycotting the event…

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Money For Old Rope

There’s nothing new under the hi-tec sun and Intel’s latest wheeze of selling crippled chips which can be fully-enabled for a $50 ‘upgrade’ is a trick pioneered 40 years ago by IBM…

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iPhone 4 Not So Sexy

The wife of a friend showed me her iPhone 4 at the weekend. It was a disappointment. Those rounded edges which make the iPhone 3G feel good in your hand and good to slide into your trouser pocket are gone. It’s got square edges. It feels bricky…

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Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality (AR) became a better known buzz-word last week when Qualcomm announced it was diversifying into AR chips…

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Why Is Intel Keen To Settle?

Having gone mano a mano with foreign regulators, Intel now seems very keen to get its get its US-based regulatory issues settled without any official judgment…

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TSMC To Power Fabs From Sun

Diversification is a wonderful thing. Now that TSMC is in the solar business through the 20% stakes it has bought in Motech and Stion, the company has said it will power a couple of fabs with solar energy…

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NAND Price Falls As Toshiba Invests

Just as NAND prices fall, Toshiba, the No.2 producer, announces it will invest $5 billion investment in its semiconductor operation for the fiscal years 2010, 2011 and 2012, with the main part of that going to the fifth NAND fab on its Yokkaichi site…

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New Memories At ISSCC 2010

NAND scaling has already extended further than expected, but the search for alternative non-volatile memories continues apace. At ISSCC 2010 in San Francisco next month,  progress in a number of alternatives will be presented…

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Bad Start For Delfassy.

It’s a pity that the first announcement from ST-Ericsson under its new CEO Gilles Delfassy is an announcement of job cuts…

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