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Industry Group Pushes MPEG DASH

Microsoft, Netflix, Qualcomm and a collection of friends announced that they have formed the DASH Promoters Group (DASH-PG) to push industry adoption of the new MPEG Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH) standard.

Apple iPad 2 Costs $327

IHS iSuppli announced that, according to its latest teardown analysis, Apple’s iPad 2 (32GB GSM/HSPA) tablet carries a bill of materials (BOM) of $326.60.

ASUS Demos Latest Tablets at CeBIT

ASUSTeK Computer announced that it is demonstrating it new Eee Slate EP121, Eee Pad Transformer, Eee Pad Slider and Eee Pad MeMO tablets at CeBIT 2011.

Motorola XOOM Tablet Costs $360

IHS iSuppli announced that, according to its latest teardown analysis, Motorola’s XOOM tablet carries a bill of materials (BOM) of $359.92, compared to approximately $320 for a 32GB 3G iPad.

Qualcomm Unveils 3D Snapdragon Processor

Qualcomm announced that its latest Snapdragon processor for tablets and smartphones is designed to enable 3D gaming as well as autostereoscopic and stereoscopic 3D viewing.

JEDEC Readies Universal Flash Storage (UFS) Standard

JEDEC Solid State Technology Association announced that it will soon publish specifications for Universal Flash Storage (UFS), which promises data throughput of 300 megabytes per second (MB/s) as well as support command queuing features to raise random read/write speeds.

Qualcomm Pulling the Plug on FLO TV

Qualcomm Incorporated announced that is pulling the plug on FLO TV, the company’s subscription-based mobile television service.

Audiovox Unveils DFL710 Portable DVD Player with FLO TV

Audiovox Corporation and FLO TV Incorporated announced the new Audiovox 7″ Portable DVD Player with FLO TV, offering television, sports and movie viewers another way to access live mobile television. According to the statement, the Audiovox DFL710 ($199.99) offers a built-in rechargeable battery, stereo speakers and a 7-inch diagonal 16 x 9 wide screen. With [...]

RealVideo Used in 600 Million Devices

RealNetworks, Inc. announced that RealVideo has been shipped on more than 600 million mobile and consumer electronic devices worldwide. According to the statement, strong consumer demand makes RealVideo a requirement for consumer electronic products such as mobile phones, televisions, personal media players, mediaboxes, set-top boxes, DVD/HD players, smartbooks, netbooks, and tablets.

DLNA Welcomes Five New Members

The Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) announced that it has inducted five new Promoter Members. AT&T, Dolby Laboratories, Qualcomm, Technicolor and Verizon have joined DLNA’s 21 existing Promoter Members. DLNA is developing standards that allow for the sharing of content across devices, regardless of manufacturer.

DivX Targets Mobile Video Market

DivX, Inc. announced that over 60 mobile phones from multiple manufacturers have now achieved DivX Certification, including 15% of all Android devices. In addition, DivX announced a new licensing agreement with consumer electronics manufacturer Pantech, as well as an expanded relationship with Qualcomm to certify the Snapdragon IC platform.