Startup rolls EUV source for metrology Startup Energetiq Technology Inc. officially launched its first product -- a light source for extreme ultraviolet (EUV) metrology and related applications. New EDA startup promises 'package-aware' chip design software Rio Design Automation is expected to launch Monday with a goal of bridging the gap between the design of ICs and packages and a chip's integration with the rest of the electronics system. Matsushita, Toshiba post quarterly gains Japan’s Toshiba Corp. posted a group net profit of 23.57 billion yen ($204.42 million) for its fiscal second quarter, up 46 percent from the like period a year ago. Qualcomm: Claims to EU have no merit CDMA technology supplier Qualcomm Inc. said the allegations of withholding intellectual property made to the European Commission by six rivals are factually inaccurate and legally meritless. EDA startup forms technical advisory board EDA startup Pyxis Technology named Warren Grobman, Mark McDermott, David Pan and Riko Radojcic to the company's newly created technical advisory board. Motorola staffing 4G wireless center in Austin Motorola Inc. is setting up a wireless research center here that will hire about 250 engineers by the end of 2006, said Paul Struhsaker, vice president of engineering for mobile platforms. GaN helps scientists generate hydrogen from water A research group based in a Tokyo university has succeeded to produce hydrogen using a Gallium Nitride (GaN) device as a photocatalyst, which scientists believe could lead to a process that extracts hydrogen directly from water using only solar energy. German tax authorities probing ex-Infineon boss Schumacher German tax authorities are investigating Infineon Technologies AG and its ex-chief Ulrich Schumacher, adding to the legal woes of both. Commentary: Speedy ruling needed on 3G wars It was just over six years ago I heaved a sigh of relief on hearing L.M. Ericsson and Qualcomm
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Startup rolls EUV source for metrology Startup Energetiq Technology Inc. officially launched its first product -- a light source for extreme ultraviolet (EUV) metrology and related applications. TEL...
New EDA startup promises 'package-aware' chip design software Rio Design Automation is expected to launch Monday with a goal of bridging the gap between the design of ICs and packages and a chip's...
Intel, TI, Motorola vie for handheld processor market Dell, HP, Palm, Sony, and Toshiba next month are expected to debut new and wireless-enabled handheld devices, based on competitive central...
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