Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 27 Dec 2010 9:46 am
About a week ago, Broadcomm announced their latest concoction -- the BCM2157. With this chip, manufacturers can add a shell, a screen, and some memory and have a pre-built Android phone. Goodbye steep engineering costs, hello dual-core, low power, turnkey solutions. The news is pretty exciting for geeky folks like we are (and be sure to check out the source links for the technical details),...
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