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Freescale vision chip makes self-driving cars a bit more ordinary

The company's partnership with software companies will yield an electronics package that can see pedestrians, tell if a driver is dozing off, and initiate emergency-stop decisions.

By May 19, 2014

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Freescale's Internet-of-things controller chip cut down to size

Need an electronic brain for your keychain computer? Freescale's KL03, half the size of a golf ball dimple and costing 75 cents, might be just the thing.

By February 25, 2014

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Freescale launches $149 Android wearables platform

At CES, the company announces Warp, an open-source electronics board it hopes developers will embrace for a wide range of wearable computing projects.

By January 7, 2014

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Freescale enables iPhone, Android to power automotive infotainment

Freescale, one of the largest makers of automotive silicon, is looking at new ways to integrate smartphones with in-vehicle infotainment systems.

By January 12, 2012

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Freescale chip chops vampire draw to zero

Freescale Watt Saver technology cuts vampire power to zero for cell phone chargers which draw a trickle of electricity even when the phone is unplugged.

By January 3, 2011

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The $199 tablet according to Freescale

Freescale Semiconductor will show off a tablet design that integrates its version of the power-efficient ARM processor at the Consumer Electronics Show.

By January 3, 2010

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Photos: Freescale shows off 'smartbook' designs

The company aims to squeeze smartbook devices into the space between notebook and Netbook PCs on the larger side, and smartphones on the smaller side.

6 Images June 2, 2009

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Qualcomm, Freescale say 'smartbooks' to rival Netbooks

Where Netbooks use an Intel Atom processor and, typically, Windows XP, the forthcoming smartbooks will feature ARM chip designs and Linux.

By May 29, 2009

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Freescale harvests energy from small solar panels

Chipmaker shows off a low-voltage "booster" that gets usable electricity from low-energy power sources like small solar panels, electromagnetic radiation, and waste heat.

By February 17, 2009

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Freescale chip aims at 1GHz, $199 Netbook

While Freescale, like Intel, sees Netbooks as companion devices to the PC, it also envisions devices that are more frugal with power and that run Linux.

By January 4, 2009