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Oscilloscope reaches ‘world’s highest bandwidth’ 07/01/2009

LeCroy claims to have introduced the ‘world’s highest bandwidth’ in the shape of its WaveMaster 8 Zi series oscilloscopes.  Read More

Intel revenue down 23% 07/01/2009

Intel Corp has announced its preliminary fourth quarter financial information with revenue of around $8.2billion – down 23% year over year.  Read More

Semiconductor companies under investigation 07/01/2009

Investigations have been conducted against several semiconductor companies in the smart card chip sector.  Read More

Navigation aid honoured 07/01/2009

Mobile GEO has been named Innovations 2009 Design and Engineering Award Honouree by the Consumer Electronics Association.  Read More

Big brother is watching them 06/01/2009

Active RFID specialist, Wavetrend has installed technology designed to track housemates in the 2009 Celebrity Big Brother series.  Read More

Mirics gets another $7million 05/01/2009

Mirics Semiconductor has won a further $7million from its existing investor team, adding to the $12m it raised in August 2007. Mirics says the cash will help to expand commercial activities and accelerate additions to its FlexiTV product line.  Read More

NXP’s ceo resigns 05/01/2009

NXP’s chief executive Frans van Houten has resigned and has been replaced as president and ceo by Rick Clemmer. Clemmer, who was already a member of NXP’s supervisory board, was recently ceo of Agere Systems.  Read More

Peak power 22/12/2008

PNY Technologies’ is describing its latest system as ‘the most powerful professional graphics board in graphics history’.  Read More

Tracking population trends with technology 19/12/2008

Researchers are developing computer simulation software that they hope will match the movements of all 300million people in towns across the US.  Read More

Panasonic in takeover deal with Sanyo 19/12/2008

Japanese electronics specialist, Panasonic, has confirmed a takeover deal with competitor, Sanyo Electric Co.  Read More

Intersil acquisitions continue 18/12/2008

Intersil Corporation has announced its third acquisition in the past five months.  Read More

Royal Navy apply off the shelf technology 18/12/2008

The Royal Navy and BAE Systems have announced the implementation of Windows for Submarines.  Read More

OxSemi snapped up 18/12/2008

Fabless connectivity developer Oxford Semiconductor is to be acquired by PCI Express specialist PLX Technology in a deal which values it at more than $14million.  Read More

Microsoft issues security patch 18/12/2008

Microsoft has issued a security patch to fix the ‘critical vulnerability’ in its Internet Explorer browser.  Read More

Sky bringing 3D television to British viewers 18/12/2008

Sky TV has announced plans to introduce 3D television via a high definition set top box.  Read More

Researchers extract images directly from the brain 17/12/2008

Japanese researchers are claiming to have developed new brain analysis technology capable of reconstructing images inside a person’s mind and displaying them on a monitor.  Read More

IE patch on the way 17/12/2008

Microsoft has announced that it will release a patch for the Internet Explorer security threat currently affecting a quarter of all web users.  Read More

More NAND memories from Numonyx 17/12/2008

Numonyx has expanded its portfolio with a range NAND flash memories for use in wireless, embedded and data storage applications. The introduction includes multi level cell devices storing up to 32Gbit, eMMC parts storing up to 32Gbyte and microSD products with capacities of up to 8Gbyte. All parts are fabricated on the company’s 41nm process ...  Read More

Seminars focus on combating recession 17/12/2008

A free seminar programme will be available to all visitors and exhibitors at this year’s Southern Electronics show.  Read More

Optimism at IP08 17/12/2008

The specialist IP based electronic system conference and mini exhibition, IP08, took place in Grenoble last month under the shadow of the current economic uncertainty. Despite this, a number of companies were displaying optimism.  Read More

Smallest sram cell yet 17/12/2008

Toshiba, IBM and AMD announced at the International Electron Device Meeting in San Francisco that they have developed the world’s smallest functional sram cell that makes use of FinFETs.  Read More

Semis set for another bad year 16/12/2008

The semiconductor industry is likely to experience something new: back to back declines in annual sales.  Read More

£25,000 investment in skills centre 16/12/2008

TDK-Lambda has opened a £25,000 skills centre dedicated to training and up skilling new recruits and employees.  Read More

Laird axes 5000 jobs 16/12/2008

EMI shielding specialist, Laird PLC is cutting its staff by 5000, the equivalent of 54%.  Read More

Happy landings 16/12/2008

The Royal Navy has completed trials using QinetiQ’s visual landing aid system for shipborne rolling vertical landings (SRVL).  Read More

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