Lenovo has big ambitions for mobile devices and puts on the line not less than $800 million to be invested in a new facility whose purpose is research and development in mobile phones, tablets and other gadgets.Read more
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Intel has announced a series of progresses on its entire activity in the smartphones industry, including the signing of a partnership for several years on many devices with Motorola Mobility and provided information on a Lenovo smartphone based on the new platform of the Intel Atom processor. More Intel Atom-based smartphones are to hit the market in 2012.Read more
Intel, Nokia and the University of Oulu officially opened the Intel and Nokia Joint Innovation Center. According to the companies, initially the lab will conduct research for “new and compelling mobile user experiences that could leverage the rapidly increasing capabilities of mobile devices.”Read more
Intel and Numonyx, a provider of memory technologies, announced a key breakthrough in the research of phase change memory (PCM), a new non-volatile memory technology that combines many of the benefits of today’s various memory types.
For the first time, researchers have demonstrated a 64Mb test chip that enables the ability to stack, or place, multiple layers of PCM arrays within a single die.Read more
Broadband provider, iBurst, has applied to ICASA to extend its WiMAX allocation to 30MHz of frequency spectrum in the 2.6MHz and 3.5MHz ranges. This allocation will be used to support its plans to increase download speeds and to roll out nomadic WiMAX services.Read more
EMC has launched a new version of its Mac backup software Retrospect.
As well as adding back support for PowerPC-based Macs, Retrospect 8.1 also improves performance on Intel-based Macs.
Nokia has denied that it is developing a handset based on Google’s Android operating system.
The response came after reports in the UK that the Finnish phone maker would announce an Android-based smartphone in September at the Nokia World Conference.
JAJAH has announced that it has just connected its one billionth call – a 29-year-old woman in San Francisco who was calling her mother in India.
Not bad going for a company that launched just three years ago as a web-based consumer VoIP service and which now has over 25 million users and partnerships with the likes of Intel, Microsoft and Yahoo!
Poor video acceleration – stuttering and frame rate drops – has been something of a blight for netbooks when it comes to playing HD video.
Now Intel has confirmed that the GN40 chipset for Atom chips, when paired with the Atom N280 processor, is capable of playing 1080p video.
Intel is bucking current trends and investing USD $7 billion in upgrading three of its US factories over the next two years.
The computer chipmaker said the investment is its largest on new manufacturing and represents 7,000 high-wage jobs.