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Intel pitching Silverthorne, Itanium at ISSCC

World's largest chipmaker plans to present technical papers on two of its more interesting designs, the low-power Silverthorne chip and a quad-core Itanium processor, during the ISSCC conference this week.

By Feb. 3, 2008

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Smartphones, smart TVs, and now... smart diapers?

Researchers at the University of Tokyo make a super-thin sensor that can go inside diapers to alert caretakers when it's time for a change.

By Feb. 12, 2014

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Inside the Galaxy S4: Samsung doing dueling silicon again?

Though the same externally, Samsung is expected to release two versions of Galaxy S4 with different internals that are suited to different markets.

By Mar. 13, 2013

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Intel reaches back in time for its ultralow power chips

An architectural idea that dropped out of Intel's chip line years ago makes a comeback in its low power chips.

By Jan. 28, 2008

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Eye-tracker lets you get location information by staring

A system from South Korea that delivers coordinates through eye motion is one of a number of tidbits at ISSCC.

By Jan. 28, 2008

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Intel Diamondville shuns dual-core

Notebook processor will part ways with Intel's multicore-centric strategy of the last few years.

By Feb. 26, 2008

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SanDisk to begin making 'X4' flash chips

SanDisk is announcing at a San Francisco technology conference the mass production of memory chips that will allow consumers to store up to 64GB of data on tiny flash cards.

By Feb. 9, 2009

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Panasonic sensor tackles key photo problem--dynamic range

Just like bracketing exposures, image sensor circuitry combines multiple exposures into one image to improve its dynamic range, or the ability to capture bright and dark regions.

By Feb. 5, 2008

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Mixed-up bandwidth machine does 3.6 petabits

Rambus showed off a technology code-named Loki that it says could significantly cut down the energy consumed by input/output devices.

By Feb. 14, 2007