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Broadcom licenses Optimode DSP from ARM

Posted by iMark on 2005-11-01    Article Source : EE Times

LONDON — Fabless communications chip company Broadcom Corp. has extended its relationship with ARM Holdings plc by licensing Optimode data engine technology.
Broadcom (Irvine, Calif.), which acquired its own embedded DSP technology by buying Element 14 Ltd. (Cambridge, England), is set to include the ARM (Cambridge, England) embedded signal processing technology

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Supreme Court rejects Microsoft appeal in Eolas case

Posted by inet on 2005-11-01    Article Source : IDG NEWS SERVICE

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to hear a Microsoft Corp. appeal in the software company's ongoing Web browsing patent dispute with the University of California and Eolas Technologies Inc.

Microsoft had already been dealt a $520.6 million judgement in the case two years ago, but appealed it on several fronts.Read More...   Category: Microsoft

Microsoft targets Adobe with PDF rival

Posted by inet on 2005-10-31    Article Source : vnunet.com

Microsoft is planning to add support for the XML Paper Specification (XPS) in its forthcoming Office 12 software.

XPS is a Microsoft-developed standard for electronic paper similar to Adobe's PDF. Unlike a text document or web page, a PDF or XPS file is displayed identically on every computer.

Adobe's PDF also

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New Xbox set for slow start

Posted by iMark on 2005-10-31    Article Source : Reuters

Microsoft Corp.'s new Xbox 360 video game console may get off to a slower start than initially expected, but the software giant's plan to keep production steady and expectations low may help it win against rival Sony Corp. (6758.T), analysts said on Friday.
Current-generation Xbox sales have slowed ahead of

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Mobile Phone Users Say 'Smile For The Camera'

Posted by inet on 2005-10-31    Article Source : TechWeb News

Consumers are expected to buy a half billion camera-phones this year, which amounts to 2 out of every 3 mobile phones purchased, a research firm said.

The latest forecast from Future Image Inc. means that 5 out of every 6 digital cameras sold this year would be embedded in phones.
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Snowboarders Stay Connected with Wireless Winter Wear

Posted by iTech on 2005-10-31    Article Source : PC Magazine

Embarking on a long term wireless integration collaboration, Burton Snowboards and Motorola Inc. recently revealed plans to launch a collection of Bluetooth-enabled winter gear for snowboarding tech types that want to stay connected.
Burton and Motorola have been and will continue to work together to explore the possibility of integrating

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IBM to use Google desktop search deep inside firms

Posted by inet on 2005-10-31    Article Source : Reuters

IBM and Google Inc. are collaborating to make it easier for office workers not only to search for local documents and personal e-mail but to delve deep into corporate databases, the companies said on Friday.
IBM is linking up its OmniFind corporate search system with Google's free desktop search for

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Bill Gates gives $258m to world battle against malaria

Posted by iMark on 2005-10-31    Article Source : The Guardian

Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates last night gave $258m (£145m) to the fight against malaria, branding the rich world's efforts in tackling the disease "a disgrace".

The grant is equivalent to more than three-quarters of global spending on research into the disease last year, according to a report published simultaneously by the Malaria Research

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Novell Plans To Lay Off 20% Of Workforce

Posted by iMark on 2005-10-31    Article Source : InformationWeek

Novell is expected to layoff as much as 20 percent of its workforce as part of a massive cost cutting measure to placate Wall Street.
Sources familiar with the company's plans said roughly half of the cuts -- 10 percent -- will come from Novell's operations in Provo, Utah and

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Music video audience migrates to Web

Posted by iTech on 2005-10-31    Article Source : Reuters

On November 1, Internet media giant Yahoo will launch two music video services, and both efforts illustrate the Internet's growing dominance among music video media.
One will feature the online debut of a different music video each weekday. The videos will be available online at Yahoo exclusively for 24 hours.

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