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  • 7/24/13

    There's no doubt that the second-generation Nexus 7 will be revealed during the breakfast meeting with Google's Sundar Pichai. In fact, Best Buy has confirmed it by listing the 16 GB model for $229.99 USD on its website. Currently the tablet is marked as "coming soon", but a previous leak of Sunday's Best Buy ad shows the tablet as being available next Tuesday.

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  • 7/24/13

    We’ve already been treated with all the details we could ever want from the second-generation Nexus 7, but Google is just now making the device official. Google’s new head of Android, Sundar Pichai, revealed the new tablet today, and while it looks rather similar to the previous generation, there are quite a few differences, both on the inside and outside.

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  • 7/24/13

    Google officially unveiled the successor to its Nexus 7 Android reference tablet this morning during a presentation given by Android and Chrome boss Sundar Pichai. The tablet, which is still called the Nexus 7 and is manufactured in partnership with Asus, will be available starting at $229 beginning on July 30th. The tablet was widely expected to be announced at the Google I/O by Giant Savings Extension">developer conference in May, but the company forewent major hardware announcements at

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  • 6/6/13

    One of the most interesting new features on Intel's Thunderbolt 2 technology is the addition of DisplayPort 1.2 support in order to enable video streaming to a single Ultra HD monitor or dual QHD monitors. While Thunderbolt is targeted at the PC industry, there are a number of IC design firms looking at the potential of a stripped down version of DisplayPort called mobility DisplayPort (MyDP) for doing similar work - streaming video from a smartphone to HD displays.

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    Digitimes
  • 5/8/13

    As if you hadn't noticed, the smartphone is already at the center of the universe for nearly everybody in the Millennial Generation forward, and the phenomena is pushing down to snag older and older users—that is, as long as their vision is still good enough to see those tiny screens.

    To accelerate the smartphone becoming the center of every user's universe, Analogix Semiconductor Inc. (Santa Clara, Calif.) has stepped up its SlimPort technology push to interface smartphones and tablets to any

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    EE Times
  • 3/28/13

    Ny familie af DisplayPort-kompatible interfacechips fra ungt californisk halvlederfirma gør det nemt at streame højopløseligt audio/video indhold fra smartphones og tablet computere til større displays og TV-fladskærme via microUSB stikket i de mobile enheder

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    Aktuel Elektronik, Jorgen Sarlvit-Larsen, Denmark, digital magazine
  • 3/18/13

    Visualizzare su televisore, monitor o videoproiettore i filmati ripresi tramite smartphone o tablet Pc è oggi più semplice grazie agli adattatori prodotti dalla californiana Analogix, che gettano un ponte tra l’interfaccia MyDP (Mobility DisplayPort) e le porte Vga, Dvi e Hdmi. Secondo le previsioni della società, infatti, nell’immediato futuro un numero crescente di smartphone e tablet sarà dotato di interfaccia MyDP, un’estensione dello standard aperto DisplayPort controllato dalla Vesa

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    Selezione di Elettronica, Roberto Frazzoli, Italy, print
  • 3/6/13

    With the Google Nexus 4 the Mobility DisplayPort (MyDP) standard was born in the real world – it being the first device to have the ability to transmit information from its microUSB port out to HDMI. The second device to work with this growing standard is the LG Optimus G Pro, a device we’ve had our hands on more than once recently as well.

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  • 2/23/13

    At present, SlimPort’s technology is only supported on two handsets: the Google Nexus 4 and the upcoming LG Optimus G Pro, both of which are manufactured by LG. While Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) video output technology, a competing standard, is employed on more phones, SlimPort provides greater bandwidth and the ability to output 3D images and 1080p at 60 hertz. After having the chance to use a SlimPort SP1002 USB to HDMI adapter to connect a Nexus 4 to an HDTV, we’re impressed with the

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    Laptop Magazine