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2007-10-19 Acer aces Lenovo in Gateway, Packard Bell deal
The negotiations among Acer, Gateway, Packard Bell and Lenovo formally ended this week with Acer acquiring Gatewayand Lenovo being left out in the cold
2006-07-17 What's in a name? Ask Acer's founder
Stan Shih recently spoke with EE Times' Mike Clendenin about Asia's next brands, China's role in the tech world and why invention isn't the only kind of innovation.
2007-08-30 Acer-Gateway merger puts Lenovo under pressure
Besides threatening to push Lenovo to fourth in the global market, the Acer-Gateway merger could kill Lenovo's talks to buy Packard Bell
2008-02-29 Acer's Packard Bell purchase gets EU approval
The purchase of Netherlands-based PC maker Packard Bell by Taiwan's Acer has received the approval of EU regulators
2011-06-17 Acer slashes 300 jobs, reduces PC sales targets
Acer's chairman, JT Wang, announced that the company is planning to lay off 300 employees in its Europe, the Middle East and Africa units because of market changes and inventory issues in the region
2007-10-04 Acer extends Gateway buyout offer to Oct. 10
Taiwan's Acer announced Tuesday it was extending to Oct. 10 its offer for U.S.-based PC vendor Gateway, in order to provide U.S. authorities time to complete their review of the deal.
2005-10-28 Rambus signs Taiwan's SiS for PCI Express
Rambus Inc. will net another licensee for its PCI Express PHY cells on Thursday (Oct. 27), signing up Taiwanese PC core logic firm Silicon Integrated Systems Corp. (SiS) Rambus adds SiS to a handful of other PCI Express design wins here, including Acer Labs, graphics chip maker XGI Technology and core logic designer ULi Microelectronics
2002-03-11 Wireless tech providers see chance for growth in China
Wireless technology companies struggling to recover from a year of record losses continue to turn to China's telecom market for new business.
2004-04-22 Wireless security tops U.S.-China trade talks
China and the United States will square off in Washington on Wednesday (April 21, 2004) for the annual U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade, a forum where officials haggle over trade disputes and promote commercial agendas.
2009-06-05 Vendors fuel netbook hype at Computex
A handful of semiconductor companies announced new chips and software for netbooks and other mobile systems at the opening day of Computex.
2012-09-12 Quadcore, LTE expected for iPhone 5, audio processor dropped
Experts believe Apple needs to catch up with the likes of its Android rivals who are already shipping handsets with quad-core ARM Cortex A9 processors and support LTE.
2007-09-07 MPC pays $90M for Gateway business unit
Gateway announced it has agreed to sell its professional business division to MPC Corp. for approximately $90 million.
2011-11-17 Mobile patent punch-up survival guide
Experts believe that the disputes come at a time when priorities are shifting from circuits to systems in electronics patents, as products evolve to embrace systems of systems.
2001-06-01 LSI Logic's C-Cube bid part of home net push
LSI Logic's move to acquire C-Cube Microsystems is part of a larger strategy to amass key IP components before tackling the market for home-gateway ICs.
2011-10-31 Intel's struggles in digital TV
The problem, in part, is Intel seems to take a bulldozer approach to new market development. Too often, the company drive ambitious initiatives aggressively without its key stakeholders.
2009-09-28 Intel sets sight on SoC arena
Analysts were quick to scoff Intel as a newbie to the SoC business but CEO Paul Otellini could have the last laugh considering the talent and money he is pumping to expand beyond the PC.
2007-12-27 Final roundup: Mixed expectations for '08 top Q4 list
In the top list of most viewed articles on EE Times-Asia for the final quarter are reports on industry forecasts, shakers and movers, thought leaders, as well as emerging technologies and hot apps.
2011-08-22 Apotheker can't save HP
Rick Merritt gives his take on why HP may be heading toward downfall and why its CEO Apotheker can't do anything to stop it.
2009-06-24 Alliance pushes for WiMAX patent pool
The Open Patent Alliance has issued a call for patents in an effort to put up a WiMAX patent pool.
2011-07-15 2Q11 global PC shipments up 2.3%
Market analyst Gartner has seen a 2.3 percent growth in worldwide PC shipments for the second quarter of 2011, but the market is still in a period of adjustment.
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