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Micron's Elpida Purchase Is Positive for Industry

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Micron Technology's acquisition of Elpida Memory is good news for other suppliers of computer memory chips, as industry consolidation will likely ease an oversupply problem....
Micron's Elpida Purchase Is Positive for Industry
When rumors hit hard: Samsung falls 6 percent after Apple turns to Elpida

Elpida shares plunge 98% in Tokyo

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Elpida shares plunge 98% on the Tokyo Stock Exchange as investors dump stock after the company seeks bankruptcy protection....
Elpida shares plunge 98% in Tokyo

Researchers develop silicon ReRAM chip, send warning shot to Flash memory

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Does the word ReRAM ring a bell? No? Well, the key point is that it's much faster than NAND memory, and it's making its way into chips from Elpida, Sharp and Panasonic. Further proof that ReRAM is on the up and up? Researchers at University College London have used...
Researchers develop silicon ReRAM chip, send warning shot to Flash memory

Elpida Files for Bankruptcy Protection

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Chip maker Elpida Memory Inc. of Japan filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday, in the largest corporate failure among the nation’s manufacturers since the end of World War II. Elpida, which employed about 6,000 people world-wide as of September, is struggling with the effects of the strong yen, as well...
Elpida Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Elpida, World's Third-largest DRAM Maker, Files for Bankruptcy

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Elpida Memory, the world's third-largest DRAM maker, filed for bankruptcy Monday in a Tokyo court, saying it had accumulated debts of 448 billion yen (US$5.5......
Elpida, World's Third-largest DRAM Maker, Files for Bankruptcy

New iPad Using Same Camera Sensors Found in Older Products

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Following on iFixit's disassembling of a new iPad they purchased in Melbourne, Australia yesterday, Chipworks has begun sharing the results of their iPad teardown. The most interesting -- though perhaps unsurprising -- discovery is that Apple has apparently reused cameras from prior products for both the front and rear cameras...
New iPad Using Same Camera Sensors Found in Older Products
iFixit tears down Kindle Fire HD, finds completely new internals

Micron to acquire Apple supplier Elpida in memory shakeup

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US-based Micron Technology has entered into an agreement to acquire bankrupt Japanese DRAM maker Elpida for $2.5 billion, according to Digitimes. Elpida is remains a key component supplier for Apples new iPad and iPhone 4S, and will propel Micron to the number 2 position in memory chip fabrication behind only...
Micron to acquire Apple supplier Elpida in memory shakeup

Sony Xperia V torn apart by the FCC for our education and amusement

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Like a sadistic Roman emperor, the boys at the FCC enjoy throwing unsuspecting smartphones to the lions and watching the result. This week, the unfortunate victim is Sony's Xperia V, which has been roundly gutted for inspection. Eagle-eyed readers who browse our gallery might spot components from Qualcomm, Elpida...
Sony Xperia V torn apart by the FCC for our education and amusement

Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime cracked open (video)

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Inside the Android tablet, he found hardware from Nvidia, Elpida, Kingston, and others....
Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime cracked open (video)
iFixit tears down the 4th generation Retina iPad, finds LG display

Boot up:iPhone 5 v Samsung Galaxy S3, Kindle Fire HD teardown, wooden keyboards and more

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Plus the custom chip inside the iPhone 5, Arduino cocktail maker, the solution to software patents and moreA quick burst of 10 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamiPhone 5 v Samsung Galaxy S3 >> TwitpicA comparison of specifications.Samsung GS3 v iPhone 5 >> TwitpicAn...
Boot up:iPhone 5 v Samsung Galaxy S3, Kindle Fire HD teardown, wooden keyboards and more
Apple A6 processor examined, confirmed to have been produced by Samsung
$2.5 billion deal makes Micron world's second biggest RAM manufacturer

Toshiba tipped to rejoin the race for bankrupt Apple supplier Elpida with joint bid

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Japanese electronics firm Toshiba is rumored to be planning a fresh bid to buy troubled Apple supplier Elpida, with sources suggesting that it will launch a joint offer with SK Hynix, Reuters reports. Bankrupt memory maker Elpida is sought after as it offers other industry players the chance to pick...
Toshiba tipped to rejoin the race for bankrupt Apple supplier Elpida with joint bid

Following Apple defection rumors, Samsung reportedly launches new mobile memory chips earlier than planned

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Samsung has reportedly been forced to push forward the launch of its new 20-nanometer mobile memory chips to calm shareholder fears it lost a major contract to supply DRAM chips to Apple. According to various unnamed Samsung executives, speaking with The Korea Times, the new 4GB ultra-thin memory chips are...
Following Apple defection rumors, Samsung reportedly launches new mobile memory chips earlier than planned

With Elpida Buy, Micron Leaps Into Second Place In World Memory Market

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After buying the bankrupt Japanese memory chipmaker Elpida for about $2.5 billion, Idaho-based Micron Technology will jump into second place on the world market for memory chips behind Samsung, according to a market estimate by IHS iSuppli. Micron was the fourth-ranked producer and Elipida third. Combined, they would leap ahead...
With Elpida Buy, Micron Leaps Into Second Place In World Memory Market

Micron to buy Elipda for $2.5bn

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Micron Technologies agrees a deal to buy embattled Japanese chipmaker Elpida in a deal worth 200bn yen ($2.5bn; £1.6bn)....
Micron to buy Elipda for $2.5bn

Motorola Droid Maxx cracked open (video)

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Bill Detwiler cracks open the Droid Razr Maxx. Inside the Android smartphone, he found hardware from Texas Instruments, Elpida, Toshiba, SanDisk, and others....
Motorola Droid Maxx cracked open (video)
Semiconductor blues: Samsung may sell LCD business, Elpida faces uncertainty

Micron to buy major Apple supplier Elpida, takes on Samsung

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U.S.-based Micron could become a major supplier of memory chips to Apple when it completes the purchase of Japan-based Elpida. [Read more]...
Micron to buy major Apple supplier Elpida, takes on Samsung
Micron acquires llpida, wins lucrative partnership with Apple

Report: Apple cutting Samsung DRAM, NAND orders

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According to sources familiar with the matter, Apple has reduced its orders for memory chips for iPhone production from its main supplier Samsung Electronics. Samsung provides both DRAM and NAND storage for the iPhone, iPad, and iPhone lines. The industry source reports that Apple picked Toshiba, Micron-owned Elpida, and SK...
Report: Apple cutting Samsung DRAM, NAND orders

Micron scoops up Elpida Memory, 50-percent production boost for $2.5 billion

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There's no question that Micron has shifted its focus away from PCs in favor of producing components, shipping everything from SSDs to CMOS sensors in recent years, but the semiconductor manufacturer just took a $2.5 billion step even closer to bridging its gap between other companies in the same...
Micron scoops up Elpida Memory, 50-percent production boost for $2.5 billion

Patent Collector Intellectual Ventures Sues AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile for Infringement

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Intellectual Ventures, a company known for its huge collection of patents, is suing three of the four major U.S. cellular carriers for infringing on its technology. The Seattle company sued Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T, alleging infringement of more than a dozen patents. The suit, filed Thursday in Delaware District Court,...
Patent Collector Intellectual Ventures Sues AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile for Infringement
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