Profile of Junko Yoshida
News & Commentary Posts: 37
Former beat reporter, bureau chief, and editor in chief of EE Times, Junko Yoshida now spends a lot of her time covering the global electronics industry with a particular focus on China. Her beat has always been emerging technologies and business models that enable a new generation of consumer electronics. She is now adding the coverage of China's semiconductor manufacturers, writing about machinations of fabs and fabless manufacturers. In addition, she covers automotive, Internet of Things, and wireless/networking for EE Times' Designlines. She has been writing for EE Times since 1990.
Articles by Junko Yoshida
posted in February 2005
DAB chip vendors and technology companies claim the building blocks for the first portable, DAB-based, download-ready music player with an electronic program guide (EPG) are already here. And one U.K. company is preparing to put those pieces together.
The incident stresses the need for stronger security, says one industry executive, who adds that it raises questions about the security of the servers where mobile phone data is stored.
Qualcomm Inc. said it will launch its proprietary MediaFLO mobile TV technology in the U.S. this year with an eye toward making it an international standard.
Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications will take the 25-year-old Walkman into uncharted territory by launching a Walkman-branded mobile phone by mid-year.