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Intel plans to have conflict-free microprocessor by 2013
Earliest back-to-school promo ever: Toshiba unveils flurry of tablets and laptops

Intel’s market share surges to 10-year high

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Intel in 2011 achieved its highest annual market share in more than 10 years, according to market research firm IHS iSuppli. The chipmaker’s market share increased 2.5 points to 15.6% from 13.1% in 2010. In the same year, the company’s revenue jumped 20.6%, outpacing nearly every other semiconductor supplier...
Intel’s market share surges to 10-year high

Intel Wants You To Fall In Love With Tech (Again)

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Not too many people get excited by microprocessors, and that's a problem for Intel. "The customer in general isn't just interested in buying technology," says Justin Rattner, Corporate VP and Head of Intel Labs, sounding a bit more like Steve Jobs than Andy Grove. They want a solution to their...
Intel Wants You To Fall In Love With Tech (Again)

'Project Azalea' - A TSMC Chip Factory Dedicated to Building Processors for iDevices?

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According to The Oregonian, Business Oregon, the state's economic development agency, and officials in New York may both be competing to attract a massive chip manufacturing company, which uses the code name "Azalea."Business Oregon -- the state's economic development agency -- confirms that it's recruiting a company that goes by...
'Project Azalea' - A TSMC Chip Factory Dedicated to Building Processors for iDevices?

Quake-Rocked Renesas Feels Renewed, More Relevant

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Renesas Electronics is approaching the anniversary of last year’s earthquake in Japan with plenty to be thankful for. Renesas A scene from the Renesas Naka factory after the quake The company had a pretty low profile before the disaster of Mar. 11, 2011, which ravaged one of its major chip...
Quake-Rocked Renesas Feels Renewed, More Relevant

Microprocessor Report Chronicles Intel's Lead in Micro-Server, 3-D Transistors

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Today was a good day for bullish views on Intel. There was Deutsche Bank‘s Ross Seymore writing about the probable rise in the company’s share of tablet computer microprocessors; and there was Wells Fargo‘s David Wong writing that investors don’t fully understand the promise in Intel’s broad line of chips....
Microprocessor Report Chronicles Intel's Lead in Micro-Server, 3-D Transistors
How your smartphone could give you a smart home, no extra smarts required
Report: Google planning to develop wireless networks, low-cost Android devices for emerging markets
Will AMD Pull an ARM Chip Out of Its Hat?

Feds charge 11 over $50m secret tech exports to Russia

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An unsealed federal indictment suggests $50m worth of microprocessors and other high-tech kit were illegally shipped to Russia, with possible uses including missile guidance systems and detonation triggers....
Feds charge 11 over $50m secret tech exports to Russia

Fusion-io Has a Big Present for Woz's Birthday

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Tonight, flash memory technology concern Fusion-io is throwing a big birthday bash in San Francisco for Steve Wozniak, the legendary Apple co-founder, who’s both a Fusion investor and its chief scientist. The company won’t just be partying for Woz, but celebrating an important technology advance. And while the press release...
Fusion-io Has a Big Present for Woz's Birthday

Intel's Desperate Plan To Save Itself

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In October, I wrote about the seven reasons Intel could be the next RIM, the beleaguered maker of the Blackberry smartphone. Judging by the amount of traffic that post got from behind Intel's own walled corporate intranet, it was a post many at Intel itself took seriously. But little has...
Intel's Desperate Plan To Save Itself
Are you read for nanotech brains? IBM makes breakthrough in manufacturing carbon nanotubes to replace silicon chips

Intel: Ivy Bridge 22nm chips due in next round of Macs delayed for two months

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The Financial Times is reporting that Intel is expecting its 22nm Ivy Bridge processors to be delayed until June according to Sean Maloney, executive vice-president of Intel and chairman of Intel China. Intel expects its next-generation microprocessors to go on sale eight to 10 weeks later than initially planned, according to Sean...
Intel: Ivy Bridge 22nm chips due in next round of Macs delayed for two months

Qualcomm to open 2013 CES in place of Microsoft

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Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs will give the opening keynote at the giant Consumer Electronics Show in January, a logical choice for an event whose focus is increasingly mobile, but one that might not garner the attention of a Bill Gates or Steve Ballmer appearance. This will be the first...
Qualcomm to open 2013 CES in place of Microsoft
Is Intel pulling ahead of its rivals in chip manufacturing?
Sony unveils Haswell-based Vaio laptops that can be converted into tablets
Intel shows off enterprise-ready tablets with Windows 8

Larry Ellison on Sun’s Previous Management

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Jim Finkle, reporting for Reuters: Ellison says he learned that Sun’s pony-tailed chief executive, Jonathan Schwartz, ignored problems as they escalated, made poor strategic decisions and spent too much time working on his blog, which Sun translated into 11 languages. “The underlying engineering teams are so good, but the direction...
Larry Ellison on Sun’s Previous Management
Intel CEO: Q4 will bring 140 Ultrabooks, 12 convertible hybrids, and 20 Atom tablets
Just shy of a record, chip sales dip 3 percent in 2012 to $291.6B

Koss intros Striva headphone systems, lets you stream music over WiFi straight to your ears

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Koss may be known for its budget-minded offerings in the headphone space, but today it's announced something to shake things up a bit. Falling under the Striva moniker, Koss has created what it claims to be the first lineup of headphones to use "WiFi technology that receives music directly...
Koss intros Striva headphone systems, lets you stream music over WiFi straight to your ears
Apple hires away former star Samsung chip designer

Apple in advanced discussions to adopt AMD chips

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Intel has served as Apple's sole source for the microprocessors used in its notebook and desktop personal computers since the company began its transition away from PowerPC in 2006, but that may soon change given the company's recent talks with Intel's chief CPU rival Advanced Micro Devices....
Apple in advanced discussions to adopt AMD chips

Intel's Paul Otellini to retire in May

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Chief executive had been head of Intel for eight years, and seen it consolidate grip on PC microprocessor marketIntel's chief executive has announced he will retire in May after nearly 40 years with the chipmaker, marking the third reshuffle in less than a month at a technology giant.Paul Otellini had...
Intel's Paul Otellini to retire in May
MIT researchers may have found a replacement for silicon processors with new transistor

Right to Repair: A boost for the consumer -- but for the car thief, too

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Automotive Right to Repair bills would give independent repair shops access to the technical background necessary to affordably maintain cars with their dozens of microprocessors and complex software. They say. But be careful what you wish for. Just as Right to Repair gives you more and cheaper places to repair...
Right to Repair: A boost for the consumer -- but for the car thief, too

Gameloft to publish games on Intel Atom smartphones

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Gameloft, one of the largest mobile game publishers, has agreed to publish games on Intel’s new Atom-based smartphones and tablets. The move is critical to Intel’s larger ecosystem for its new mobile chips, which have been designed into smartphones from Orange, Lenovo and Motorola. That’s because games are the most...
Gameloft to publish games on Intel Atom smartphones

4 signs that your startup is ready to pivot

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This is a guest post by entrepreneur Bernard Moon An important factor for new entrepreneurs is the ability and willingness to change your business model or product mid-stream.  Most successful startups have pivoted, but it’s not as easy as it sounds. It’s a humbling experience to admit your original...
4 signs that your startup is ready to pivot
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