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2015-03-31 Is the Intel-Altera fusion a good deal?
The deal would help Intel diversify beyond the slumping PC market, expanding its growing business in sectors such as telecom. Like Intel, Altera sells chips at relatively high average prices.
2015-10-13 Is the Dell-EMC merger a good deal?
Dell announced a $65-billion bid to acquire storage company EMC. The deal is part of Dell's strategy to move beyond the slowing PC market, but pundits have mixed feelings about the acquisition.
2014-11-25 Is Samsung naming new mobile business boss?
As part of its efforts to find its footing after going through a tough year with its mobile business, Samsung is reportedly eyeing Boo-keun Yoon, a co-CEO who leads the tech giant's consumer electronic business, to replace its current mobile head, J.K. Shin.
2009-02-20 Is mindshare shifting from CPU to GPU? Intel to Nvidia?
Will the world's PC consumers in the future believe Nvidia-style graphics is the true core of the PC or Intel's CPU-plus-reasonably-good-GPU vision?
2014-01-27 Is IBM set to sell its remaining hardware biz?
After selling its HDD business to Hitachi in April 2001 for $2.05 billion and its desktop and notebook PC business to China's Lenovo for $1.75 billion, what is Big Blue planning to let go of next?
2015-08-06 Is a trade war brewing between China and US?
A successful Micron deal would be the largest takeover of any U.S. company by a China firm, and place a giant DRAM-maker in the hands of a Chinese company with close ties to the Chinese government.
2006-04-10 iPod slump to impact chip makers
Investment banking firm Lehman Brothers has lowered its shipment forecast for Apple's iPod producta move that spells more bad news for chip makers in the MP3 arena.
2011-08-09 IPC to develop data exchange standard
IPC will develop a data exchange standard to help the electronics manufacturing industry conform to U.S. SEC regulations on conflict minerals.
2012-03-19 Intel: We're ready for mobile
Intel is betting its lead in manufacturing technology will help it win more ground from rivals, and it is speeding up the rate at which it uses its most advanced factories to make mobile chips.
2009-12-29 Intel, Micron moves to reclaim NAND process lead
Intel Corp. and Micron Technology Inc. are looking to regain the lead in the NAND process technology race.
2015-04-14 Intel, Altera acquisition plans fail
Speculations regarding a proposed acquisition between Intel and FPGA maker Altera have finally come to an end, following reports of a price disagreement.
2016-04-21 Intel's post-PC plan to take a short-term hit
The semiconductor giant marks the beginning of the end for the PC era, and shifts its investments in microchips that power data centers and Internet connected devices.
2007-01-18 Intel to sell NOR fab
Preparing for a possible exit in the NOR flash-memory market, Intel said that it has put its wafer fab up for sale.
2009-01-13 Intel to bring out chip for lower-cost thin laptops
Intel will bring out a new Core-architecture processor for lower-cost ultra-thin laptops later this year, according to sources.
2013-10-08 Intel teams with Arduino to prep for the next big thing
Intel's announcement of a microcontroller-class x86 called Quark and its collaboration with the DIY Arduino crowd mark efforts to make sure Intel doesn't repeat its smart phone miss.
2009-08-03 Intel hits reset, eyes new growth markets
Bruised by a setback or two, chip giant Intel Corp. is hitting what some observers believe is the "reset button."
2007-01-29 Intel gets its groove back with AMD battle
Intel is back on the fight after getting clobbered by AMD for the past couple of years with its more innovative chip designs and undercut the industry leader on price.
2008-01-09 Intel debuts 16 Penryn processors
At the Consumer Electronics Show on Monday (Jan. 7), Intel Corp. has launched 16 new Penryn PC processors made in its 45nm process technology.
2013-12-19 Intel bolsters base band processing with Mindspeed
Intel has acquired Mindspeed's wireless division, which designs chips for cellular base stations including an emerging class of small cell base stations.
2014-10-10 Infineon bets high on power IC manufacturing
The company recently turned an old 200mm fab in Dresden into the world's most highly automated and made its 300mm fab in Dresden the first high-volume fab for power ICs worldwide.
2011-12-27 Industry screw-ups of 2011
This year will be remembered for its share of missteps in the electronics world. EE Times has compiled a list of 10 blunders from 2011 that we believe will be remembered for years to come.
2007-11-30 Indian startup seeks funds for ATMP facility for flip-chips
India-based semiconductor manufacturing startup SemIndia is in talks to raise $100 million to help launch operations.
2006-11-01 IMS day has not yet dawned
While IP Multimedia Subsystem promises to usher in the era of true network convergence, participants at last September's VON conference cautioned that its day has not yet dawned.
2004-04-26 Improved Cadence results suggest EDA rebound
Cadence Design Systems posted nearly flat year-to-year revenues and a $9 million loss in the first quarter of 2004, but it's a significant upward trend following a period of declining revenues.
2006-07-01 IDMs' shift to foundries undermines startups
As foundries get better and fabs get bigger, the landscape of the IC industry is changing, spurred in part by pressure from the financial community.
2007-01-22 IBM unlikely to report big gains for '06, analysts say
IBM is likely to post a marginal decline in year-over-year sales, according a survey of 22 analysts by Thomson Financial Network.
2006-04-20 IBM chip business boosts Q1 results
IBM Corp. said that Q1 income from continuing operations was $1.7 billion, up 21 percent from $1.4 billion a year ago.
2006-11-02 Huawei-3Com JV attracts private-equity bids
The potential sale of H-3C, the Chinese joint venture between Huawei and 3Com, is attracting bids from private equity firms that range from $1.5 to $2 billion.
2008-05-09 HTC Touch Diamond snaps at iPhone's heels
HTC this week launched a more powerful version of its popular Touch smart phone, hoping to lure consumers from better-known rivals such as Apple's iPhone.
2014-05-23 HP to let 16,000 employees go as revenues drop
The layoffs are part of HP's turnaround plan, which CEO Meg Whitman announced in May 2012. The numbers were estimated at 27,000, later boosted to 29,000, then 34,000, and now ballooned to 50,000.
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