Technology News Archive - October 14, 2008

Qimonda AG For the Business and Trade Press Public Relations Worldwide Headquarters Ralph Heinrich, +49 89 60088 1300 ralph.heinrich@qimonda.com or U.S.A.

DALLAS, Oct. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AT&T U-verse(SM) TV customers from Georgia and Indiana to Nevada and California no longer have to plan how or where they watch and record their favorite recorded shows. AT&T Inc.

The Processor Achieves High Performance at Low Cost, Providing a Tailored Set of On-Chip Functions, Including a 3D Graphics Engine Renesas Technology America, Inc. Akiko Ishiyama, 408-382-7407 akiko.ishiyama@renesas.com Renesas Technology America, Inc.

Quantenna Communications, Inc., a developer of silicon for intelligent wireless networking, today announced the world's first fully integrated 802.11n chipsets with 4x4 MIMO and transmit (Tx) beamforming, which are designed to deliver guaranteed wireless bandwidth within any home, anywhere.

TOKYO, Oct. 14, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Internet Initiative Japan, Inc.

Civil Status and Passport Department implements Advanced Citizen Information System in collaboration with STS and Microsoft The Civil Status and Passport Department (CSPD) has successfully implemented a pioneering Citizen Information System using the latest Microsoft technologies, enabling more efficient sharing of information between government entities, and making the CSPD the first Jordanian governmental department to have the ability to exchange sensitive data with non-governmental organizations securely and instantly.

Beckerle Preferred Properties has launched a Web site that allows visitors to view the commercial real estate company's current listings, and provides data about staff, services and contact information. The Web site address is www.beckerleproperties.com.

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/67a617/wifi_city_in_chin) has announced the addition of the "Wi-Fi City in China: Users Reluctant to Become Subscribers" report to their offering.

Meebo, the Web's live communication platform, today announced an additional round of partners who signed up to use Meebo Community IM for their own users, making Meebo the largest open IM network on the Web.