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Samsung announces quad-core Exynos processor
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4/26/2012   13 comments
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has announced that it is manufacturing a quad-core application processor for smartphones and tablet computers built on a 32-nm CMOS manufacturing process with high-k metal gate transistor stack.
Point/Counterpoint: What's the right path for litho?
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3/22/2010   4 comments
Back in 1997, Intel led the formation of EUV LLC, a consortium that planned to commercialize extreme ultraviolet lithography by 2005.
Point/Counterpoint: Do you support patent reform?
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3/10/2010   2 comments
For more than five years, the U.S. Congress has tried to forge a compromise on how to update the U.S. patent system. What follows are views representing two sides in the debate.
Point/Counterpoint: What should be in U.S. broadband plan?
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3/3/2010   2 comments
Representatives of Cisco Systems, Google and the Media Access Project--a non-profit lobbying group--share their views on what ought to be the U.S. National Broadband Plan due from the Federal Communications Commission by March 17.
Point/Counterpoint: Is CMOS right for 3G handset PAs?
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2/19/2010   Post a comment
The first CMOS power amplifier for a 3G handset has been anticipated for a long time, but hasn't quite made it yet. We've asked a few industry insiders to weigh in on whether CMOS is the right process technology for 3G handset power amplifiers.
Point/Counterpoint: Intel beyond the PC
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1/14/2010   5 comments
The PC era is drawing to a close. Intel Corp., which built an empire on the personal computer, is aggressively seeking new markets. Will it succeed? Here are four diverging views on Intel's strategy.


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