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U.S. to review IBM-Lenovo sale
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1/29/2005   Post a comment
The U.S. House of Representatives has thrown a potential monkey wrench into the $1.25 billion sale of IBM's Personal Computer Division to China's Lenovo Group.
NextHop Technologies opens center in India
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1/28/2005   Post a comment
Network software solutions company NextHop Technologies Inc. has established its Indian development and business presence with an office in Bangalore.
Agilent test group forms JV with Chinese company
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1/28/2005   Post a comment
Agilent Technologies Inc. announced Friday (Jan. 28) the formation of a joint venture between its test and measurement organization and Chengdu Qianfeng Electronics Ltd. Corp. of China to develop and manufacture test equipment for the Chinese market.
India, China look to collaborate on software
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1/28/2005   Post a comment
Potential rivals for the world's software outsourcing business, India and China, are taking steps to increase the level of mutual business activity in this industry.
Asustek adopts MIPS architecture for portable devices
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1/27/2005   Post a comment
MIP Technologies Inc. announced Thursday (Jan. 27) that Asustek Computer has licensed the MIPS32 4KEc and 4KEp cores as well as its consumer audio platform and software tool kits.
India's Videocon buys TV plant from Thomson
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1/27/2005   Post a comment
Indian consumer electronics and white goods manufacturer Videocon Ltd., has bought a television tube manufacturing facility from Thomson of France, according to news reports from Paris Thursday (Jan. 27).
U.S. reportedly probing IBM-Lenovo deal
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1/25/2005   Post a comment
An interagency oversight panel concerned about industrial espionage is reportedly investigating IBM Corp.'s proposed sale of its PC operations to China's Lenovo Group Ltd.
Harris media support contract renewed by Iraq
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1/20/2005   Post a comment
Harris Corp. said it will supply the Iraqi Media Network with systems integration and deployment support under a three-month, $22 million contract.
Nortel, Chinese company to establish joint 3G venture
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1/20/2005   Post a comment
Nortel Networks Corp. and China Putian Corp. have announced they would establish a joint venture for research and development, manufacture and sale of third generation mobile telecommunications equipment and products to customers in China.
Samsung to license Mosaid patents, settling lawsuit
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1/18/2005   Post a comment
Mosaid Technologies Inc. said Tuesday it has settled its patent suit with Samsung Electronics Co. in the District Court of New Jersey, with Samsung agreeing to license Mosaid's portfolio of DRAM patents.
Putin calls for tech economic zones
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1/18/2005   Post a comment
Russian, the land that used to live by five-year economic plans, is preparing to launch another oneto promote high technology.
SigmaTel sues Chinese company for patent infringement
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1/5/2005   Post a comment
SigmaTel Inc. has filed suit in United States federal court in Austin against Actions Semiconductor, a China-based semiconductor supplier, for infringing multiple patents related to system-on-chip controllers used in portable MP3 players.

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