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4|28|2017 SAN JOSE, Calif. — Qualcomm is lowering its third-quarter guidance by about $500 million, claiming that Apple said it will not pay patent royalties. The ...

4|28|2017 TORONTO – As Ethernet speeds get faster, Rambus is looking to make sure memory and interfaces can keep up with the recent launch 56G SerDes PHY.

4|28|2017 LONDON—STMicroelectronics NV said Thursday (April 27) that President and CEO Carlo Bozotti agreed to remain at the helm of the company for one more year. ...

4|27|2017 SAN JOSE, Calif. – Micron Technology, Inc. named former SanDisk CEO and co-inventor of NAND flash Sanjay Mehrotra as its president and chief executive ...

4|27|2017 SAN FRANCISCO—South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. announced its highest quarterly profit in three years, boosted mainly by the strength of the ...

4|27|2017 TAIPEI — United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC), Taiwan’s second largest foundry, said sales of its most advanced technology node have slipped for a ...

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