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posted in October 2013
Mobile Phones Too Crowded: Nobody Goes There Anymore
Blog  
10/29/2013   14 comments
More than 3.4 billion people -- nearly half the world's population -- own mobile phones, a Worldwatch Institute study.
China's SMIC Responds to Soaring 3D IC Market
News & Analysis  
10/21/2013   5 comments
To capture the rapidly growing thru-silicon-via technology-based stacked device market, China Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. has formed an R&D and manufacturing center dedicated to 3D IC.
Tech Forms Backdrop for Comic Thriller
Blog  
10/21/2013   3 comments
If you could use a few laughs, a virtual romp around Vegas and Paris, or ever considered killing your spouse, you might check out Three's a Crowd.
Walden’s $100M Fund to Inject Fuel Into Indian Chip Startups
India Chip Chat  
10/18/2013   16 comments
Walden's $100 million fund comes at a time when the central government has also announced new initiatives for the semiconductor industry.
Iridis4 Supercomputer Accelerates Big Research
News & Analysis  
10/18/2013   9 comments
IBM Intelligent Cluster x86 architecture is the brawn behind one of the most powerful supercomputers in the UK devoted to science and technology research.


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