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2007-01-29 Cypress dismisses buyout proposal
Chapman Capital announced that it has been contacted by the chairman of Cypress Semiconductor in response to the investment firm's demands that the chip maker should seek a leverage buyout.
2014-11-26 Cruise lines tap satellite tech for faster Wi-Fi experience
Cruise companies address the problems of slow and expensive Internet connection with O3b satellite system, which offers affordable high-speed connectivity.
2015-01-09 Creating better patient experiences using tablets: Here's how
While anyone's stay in the hospital can ever hardly be seen as a "good" experience, there really is far more that hospitals can do with technology to foster a more patient-friendly environment.
2005-01-21 CoWare, targeting system design, plans IPO
Tool vendor CoWare Inc. said it plans an initial public offering this year to raise funds for more R&D investments and to expand its global reach.
2015-08-05 Could Apple propel NextInput to fame?
NextInput, a MEMS sensor company, has started shipping its "ForceTouch" sensor and Apple's iPhone 6s or will it be iPhone 7 is expected to debut in September with a feature called Force Touch.
2008-08-12 Contract manufacturing market faces slowdown, notes iSuppli
The electronics contract manufacturing industry is undergoing a period of deceleration and consolidation, phenomena that will transform the market by 2013 as competitors are forced to rethink how they deliver value to their customers.
2001-06-16 Comms design activity bucks the downward trend
Rollout delays, service problems and fly-by-night service providers may have dampened market conditions for DSL technology, but design activity continues at a frantic pace.
2007-11-21 Commentary: AMD, Abu Dhabi and America's xenophobia
To what extent, if any, the Abu Dhabi, AMD purchase might trigger government concern or intervention is yet to be seen and is a matter of intense speculation.
2005-08-22 Comment: When your company is for sale...
Some 15 years ago (before there was a Planet Analog), I was the chief editor of a trade magazine that was failing.
2008-11-18 Comment: Sun should adopt new strategies
If Sun Microsystems wants to survive, it needs a new identity, something that its latest reorganization, drastic as it is, fails to deliver.
2014-12-05 Clash of FPGA devices expected for 2015
Companies that include Intel, Altera and Xilinx are developing and pushing to market their respective FPGA offerings in the coming year in a flood of marketing claims and counter-claims.
2011-07-20 Cisco's cost cutting slashes 6,500 jobs
Cisco is planning to lessen its operational expenses by cutting 9 percent of its employee workforce. The company is also its selling set-top box facility in Juarez, Mexico.
2006-02-16 Cirrus returns to its audio roots
With a renewed focus on audio-related markets, Cirrus is going back to its analog and mixed-signal roots.
2006-06-07 Chipmakers struggle to play Apple's iPod game
Chip vendors are having a difficult time in scoring a coveted design win for Apple's popular iPod MP3 player. Despite news of Samsung's "punishment," SigmaTel is still not assured.
2011-03-28 Chip supply disruption temporary, says analyst
Analysts expect the earthquake's impact on the chip supply chain to be temporary and limited, basing their prediction on events following the 7.6-magnitude Taiwan earthquake in 1999.
2010-11-08 Chip makers go on M&A binge
Market growth fuels mergers and acquisitions among chip makers
2015-07-15 China seeks Micron buyout for $23B
It's a good time to bid for Micron, second to Samsung among top memory chip makers. Micron's stock price slid this year from $35 to $17, despite the fact memory chip prices have been on the rise.
2013-11-27 China probes Qualcomm over anti-monopoly law
Qualcomm revealed that China's NDRC, which regulates prices, has begun investigating Qualcomm regarding compliance with the Chinese Anti-Monopoly Law.
2012-01-27 Challenges for RIM's CEO
RIM's share of the U.S. smartphone market slipped to about 9 percent in 3Q11 from nearly 50 percent two years earlier, thanks to stiff competition from Apple's iPhone and smartphones that run Android.
2005-01-03 CE still profitable amid flat growth
Consumer electronics companies are looking skyward to a more profitable 2005 as consumers line up to purchase their next electronic gadgets.
2005-02-16 Can a chip guy get Cadence moving?
2008-06-20 Cadence-Mentor merger a 'bad idea', analyst says
A veteran EDA analyst said Cadence Design Systems is under pressure and may lose its top spot in the electronic design automation sector, and its proposed $1.6 billion merger with Mentor Graphics is a 'bad idea.'
2008-09-09 Buzz: Will Samsung buy SanDisk?
South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd is reportedly considering acquiring flash memory maker SanDisk Corp.
2016-03-04 Broadcom saves $300M in axed ops
The cost cuts from the merged companies will carve a bowl-shaped trajectory with more of them falling at the beginning and ends of the period, less than a third of them in the current fiscal year.
2009-12-22 Broadcom gears 40nm for HD handsets
Broadcom Corp. announced it is sampling its first 40nm chip, a cellphone media processor capable of recording full 1080-progressive high-definition video.
2003-06-10 Braving challenges in the EDA industry
Charlie Huang, corporate VP of Cadence's IC solutions business development, examines the current plight of the software industry and how to brave the EDA challenges in Taiwan and China.
2009-03-02 Bleak week for memory chipmakers
Memory chipmakers, the hardest-hit of the silicon suppliers, faced bankruptcy, layoffs, and bleak prospects.
2013-02-04 BlackBerry ready to catch second wind with BB10 smartphones
Junko Yoshida discusses why the tech community, not the financial community, has to give credit to BlackBerry's entry into the Apple and Android dominated smartphone market.
2007-08-13 Battery safety concerns delay Toyota hybrid cars
Toyota has delayed the launching of its next-generation Prius hybrid cars due to potential battery safety concerns.
2010-02-19 Barclays Capital ups PC processors sales forecast
Growth in unit sales of PC processors and PC servers will be stronger than expected this year, according to Barclays Capital report.
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