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Japanese technology industry may take months to recover from quake damage
The disaster in Japan is wreaking havoc with industrial manufacturing and supply, with reports from technology companies suggesting it will take months to get back on track. Japan manufactures around 15% of the technology that goes into our gadgets,…
MWC 2010: Day 3 Round Up
Day 3 of MWC 2010 draws to a close, and today surprisingly saw quite a few animal-inspired devices. Obviously yesterday we had the Puma Phone, but today saw Sonim launch the XP2 Spirit with its sturdy sheet of protective "Gorilla…
MWC 2010: Texas Instruments OMAP4 Blaze prototype packs in Android, dual-screens and a projector
Here's one of the crazier items we've seen come out of Mobile World Congress this week, the Texas Instruments OMAP4 Blaze prototype. At first glance it looks like an oversized Blackberry, what with its curved shape and bottom set keyboard….
20 mega pixel camera phones coming in 2010
Texas Instruments has announced a coprocessor for mobile phones, the OMAP-DM525 that offers 20 mega pixel camera imaging capabilities and 720p high definition recordings. The coprocessor is currently undergoing testing at the moment and will apparently go on sale in 2010.
SIM2 intros C3X LUMIS HOST high definition projector
Italian high-end projector manufacturer SIM2 has announced what is probably its most advanced, sleekest-looking high definition cinema projector to date.
The C3X LUMIS HOST builds on the standards set with the Grand Cinema C3X Series, boasting an amazing 35,000:1+ contrast ratio, dynamic iris, DynamicBlack technology and a new “dimmable” lamp…
Mobile phone projectors COMING SOON – Texas Instruments says end of 2008
Awesome. Just what we need. Another XXXXing way for XXXing inconsiderate complete XXXing XXXXs to XXXXing invade our XXXXing personal XXXXing space while on the XXXXing bus. Or on the XXXXing tube.
As if the tinny sounds of MP3s ringing out of cheap Chinese speakers everywhere you go nowadays wasn’t bad enough, Texas Instruments is about to UNLEASH HELL – and bring fully-functional projection cameras to mobile phones before the end of 2008.
John Van Scoter, company senior vice president of TI’s projection business, reckons that companies are already building devices using the TI Pico projector – and they’ll be ready…
Texas Instruments' Pico chipsets go into production – projection coming to mobile phones in 2008?
We’ve been talking about this for some months, but until this week, Texas Instruments’ pico projector technology was just a concept. Not anymore – the DLP Pico chipset is now in production, with availability from mid-2008.
MWC 2008: Texas Instruments showing off Google's Android TODAY! And a prototype handset…
Good old Texas Instruments, which isn’t just there for the boring things in life like calculators, is showing off its Google Android developments at the Mobile World Conference. Which is happening today. It’s happening RIGHT NOW, in fact.
Texas Instruments will also be demonstrating an Android-powered handset based on its OMAP850 processor – a clever little multi-core chip for mobile devices that also includes Wilreless LAN and Bluetooth tech as standard. TI’s prototype Google Phone will allow “one button access” to stuff like your web browser, email and no doubt the omnipresent Google Maps…
CES 2008: IZ3D gaming monitor pwns 3D plasmas
Tucked away in the Microsoft stand at CES, a company called IZ3D is showing off the world’s first 3D gaming monitor. There’s been a lot of 3D news floating around the show this year thanks to the Texas Instruments DLP announcement and the compatible Samsung plasma screens that will be debuting the technology later in the year. IZ3D’s screens are way better though and here’s why: