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2006-02-02 Nokia to reorganize, job cuts likely
Nokia disclosed that it plans to redeploy hundreds of workers in its Enterprise Solutions Business and Networks business groups, possibly eliminating many positions.
2006-08-08 No slowdown in HDTV sales, says Sony exec
Strong sales of HDTVs and other consumer electronics are projected to continue the second half of the year, according to an executive for Sony Electronics Inc.
2006-09-19 No Portal Player chip in new iPod player
Apple Computer's new iPod Nano player has three Apple-marked chips of unknown origin, but no chip from PortalPlayer, according to a Wedbush Morgan Securities report.
2006-05-12 New Sony COO bullish on Blu-ray
Sony Electronics' new president and chief operating officer, Stan Glasgow, believes the Blu-ray Disc format will emerge as the winner.
2006-03-09 NEC, Samsung join PISMO Advisory Council
NEC Electronics and Samsung Electronics have joined the PISMO Advisory Council, an industry group focused on streamlining system-level memory validation and test.
2006-03-27 NEC worker reportedly faked purchases, inflated sales
NEC has launched an internal probe after finding an employee at an engineering unit allegedly faked business deals and inflated sales by $310 million over half a decade, according to an online Business Week report.
2006-03-30 NEC to unload Internet unit
NEC said it will spin off its Internet service provider unit, Biglobe, as a separate company as it seeks to improve profitability, according to an Associated Press report.
2006-02-23 National, ARM unveil next-gen PowerWise spec
National Semiconductor and ARM have released a second-generation PowerWise interface specification that provides enhanced power management interconnect capability.
2006-09-11 National posts Q1 revenue
National Semiconductor Corp. reported net income of $120.1 million, or 35 cents per share on revenue of $541.4 million for Q1 of fiscal 2007 ended Aug. 27, 2006.
2006-06-21 Motorola Ventures invests $25 million in Israel
Motorola Ventures, the venture capital arm of U.S.-based Motorola, will invest up to $25 million in Israeli start-ups in 2006, according to a Reuters report.
2006-07-31 Mosaid files for dismissal of Micron complaint
Mosaid Technologies has filed a motion to dismiss Micron Technology's Complaint for Declaratory Judgment, filed in the U.S. District Court, Northern District of California last week.
2006-01-25 Mobile digital TV alliance formed
A group of wireless and electronics companies have banded together to form an alliance to promote the growth and evolution of handheld DVB-H in North America.
2006-05-24 Mitsubishi under scrutiny over DRAM sales
Mitsubishi Electric said it has been contacted by the U.S. Justice Department's Antitrust Division concerning sales of DRAMs from 1998 to 2002.
2006-06-05 Micron, Hynix e-mails indicate price fixing scheme
Online reports said Micron and Hynix exchanged e-mails that suggest the companies colluded to fix memory chip prices in an effort to hurt Rambus.
2006-02-23 Micron turns tables, sues Rambus
Micron Technology has filed a new lawsuit against Rambus in apparent retaliation for a suit filed by Rambus last month.
2006-06-13 Maxim contacted by SEC for stock option practices
Maxim said it has been contacted by the SEC regarding an informal inquiry relating to Maxim's past stock option grants and practices.
2006-07-27 LG.Philips LCD wins patent dispute against Taiwan's CPT
LG.Philips LCD said that an arbitration panel in New York decided in its favor, in a dispute over technology ownership with Chunghwa Picture Tubes.
2006-03-23 LG.Philips LCD lowers Q1 guidance
LG.Philips LCD expects area shipments for the Q1 of 2006 to decline slightly compared to the Q4 of 2005, a change from previous guidance of a mid-single digit percentage increase.
2006-01-27 LG.Philips LCD launches mid-size display business
LG.Philips LCD has launched an Applications Business division to focus on the small to mid-size, TFT-LCD business.
2006-06-07 LCDs to finally overtake CRTs
At the Society for Information Display Symposium Business Conference, several analysts gave their predictions on when LCD unit sales will surpass or equal that of CRTs.
2006-07-17 LCDs tighten market grip
LCDs continue to benefit from huge capital investments, and technical advances in backlights and display processes are eradicating some of the technology's performance drawbacks.
2006-08-22 LCD TV shipments to exceed 42 million units
Stabilizing LCD panel prices will help fuel an improved market for suppliers of components used in LCD TVs starting late in Q3, according to a research note released by Wedbush Morgan Securities.
2006-02-17 LCD TV has highest BoM cost
A recent teardown analysis of three televisions by iSuppli's Competitive Manufacturing Cost Assessment Service indicates that LCD TVs have higher BoM costs than plasma and DLP TVs.
2006-10-02 LCD market gets back on track
Prices of 17-inch LCD panels for desktop PC monitors will increase by 19 percent in the second half, according to a report from market research firm iSuppli, rising to $123 in December from $102 in July.
2006-02-02 Kyocera, Marvell team up on Wi-Fi/CDMA platform
Kyocera Wireless Corp. has signed a strategic alliance with Marvell to develop a dual-mode Wi-Fi/CDMA handset platform.
2006-08-28 Kodak licenses OLED tech to Japan's Tohoku
Eastman Kodak has agreed to license its OLED technology to Japan's Tohoku Device. The royalty-bearing license enables Tohoku to use Kodak technology for OLED backlights in various flat panel display apps.
2006-02-02 Kodak ends OLED joint venture with Sanyo
Kodak has relinquished control of its SK Display joint venture with Sanyo, choosing to broaden its participation in OLED displays by working with various partners.
2006-08-31 Japan orders Apple to investigate faulty laptop batteries
Japanese authorities confirmed that an Apple laptop has caught fire in Japan and asked the troubled computer maker to investigate the faulty Sony batteries and report back within a week.
2006-05-18 ITC to investigate Toshiba in Lexar patent tiff
Lexar Media announced that the U.S. ITC has voted to commence an investigation into whether Toshiba is infringing three Lexar patents.
2006-02-24 iSuppli: NAND glut to depress DRAM prices
The current surplus of NAND flash memory is expected to negatively impact prices of DRAM devices in the near future, according to iSuppli.
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