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Thursday, April 24, 2014
Industry News
Micron to sub-out more DRAM packaging 3/20/2014
Micro is undertaking validation at a number of backend service firms in Taiwan, with the process slated for completion at the end of the first quarter.
Viacom to settle streaming rights suit with Google/Youtube 3/20/2014
"This settlement reflects the growing collaborative dialogue between our two companies on important opportunities, and we look forward to working more closely together,"
Apple Q2 sales might suprise you 3/20/2014
Apple will likely sell 42 million iPhones during its fiscal second quarter. That figure would represent somewhat modest but surprising growth over the same quarter last year, when Apple sold 37.4 million iPhones.
Google introduced Android Wear 3/20/2014
The mobile revolution's shift toward wearables has long been anticipated. In 2012, Forrester analyst Sarah Rotman Epps predicted that wearable devices would intensify the platform wars and that Google might win.
China Weibo filed for IPO on New York Exchange 3/19/2014
Weibo has some catching up to do -- by comparison, Twitter (TWTR) averages 241 million monthly users and went public last November.
ChromeBook- what scares Microsoft most 3/19/2014
Chromebooks are ready for mainstream adoption. They're starting to make many of us realize how non-essential a $1000 laptop is becoming. And they can compete with most of the cheaper laptops.
Toyota settles for $1.2B 3/19/2014
The four-year criminal investigation focused on whether Toyota was forthright in reporting problems related to unintended acceleration troubles.
Apple relaunched iPhone 5C with reduced memory 3/19/2014
Half the memory at a slightly lesser price. Will it still be enough to see iPhone 5C colour bombs to disappear off shelves? We donít really think so.
Vanguard acquired Sumpro 8" fab. 3/18/2014
The capital expansion project comes after the company signed a deal to acquire an 8-inch fab and related equipment from Sumpro Electronic, a subsidiary of Nanya Technology, for NT$2.18 billion.
EU wants a standard charger to reduce waste 3/18/2014
The call for a common charger is expected to simplify the use of radio equipment (including mobiles), possibly cutting tens of thousands of tonnes of electronic waste annually while also reducing manufacturing costs.
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