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Google, Avatar chiefs talk tech, climate change
News & Analysis  
10/28/2010   13 comments
The chief executive of Google and the director of "Avatar" shared thoughts on technology, cinema and climate change in an on-stage interview.
ITC judge finds for Samsung over Spansion
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10/22/2010   6 comments
An administrative law judge with the U.S. International Trade Commission issued an initial determination finding that Samsung did not violate flash memory patents held by Spansion.
Stop bashing China, CEA chief tells politicians
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10/20/2010   8 comments
U.S. politicians need to stop bashing China and enact more free trade legislation, said Gary Shapiro, president of the Consumer Electronics Association in an annual address laying out its policy agenda.
Japan's three-step plan to depend less on China
News & Analysis  
10/19/2010   44 comments
The rare earth issue is a microcosm of our future– how our business and technology relationship with China could very well unfold over the next decade.
‘Ideas’ could be India’s next growth industry
India Chip Chat  
10/10/2010   27 comments
If you’re wondering how India might reinvent itself as a country known for its inventions, cast a glance at some of its prosperous Asian neighbors--and look beyond its IT industry.
Report: NSA pressures AT&T on Huawei deal
News & Analysis  
10/8/2010   61 comments
The National Security Agency reportedly intervened to block AT&T’s purchase of networking equipment from China’s Huawei Technologies.
Nokia gives 'green' award to ST
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10/1/2010   30 comments
Europe's largest chip vendor STMicroelectronics NV has been recognized by mobile phone company Nokia for achievements in sustainability.


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