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TI opens branch of Kilby Labs in Bangalore
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12/23/2010   8 comments
Texas Instruments Inc. has announced an expansion of its Kilby Labs R&D in Bangalore, India, according to local reports.
In split vote, FCC approves Net neutrality rules
News & Analysis  
12/21/2010   16 comments
The U.S. Federal Communications Commission split along party lines to narrowly pass what chairman Julius Genachowski called the first enforceable rules for the Internet.
Rare earth scarcity gauged by DoE
News & Analysis  
12/21/2010   5 comments
The anticipated study by the U.S. Department of Energy concludes that rare earth scarcity is critical to the growth of clean energy technologies.
Google asks partners to pause Google TV
News & Analysis  
12/20/2010   12 comments
Google Inc. has asked consumer electronics companies that were preparing to launch TVs running the Android-based Google TV to put their plans on hold while it improves the software, according to a New York Times article.
Intel, McAfee deal raises EU concern: report
News & Analysis  
12/20/2010   4 comments
Intel Corp.'s proposed $7.68 billion acquisition of security software vendor McAfee Inc. could run into opposition from European Union anti-trust regulators, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
Taiwan's AUO gets OK for China LCD fab
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12/17/2010   Post a comment
Going beyond module and TV assembly, AU Optronics Corp. got permission from the Taiwan government to build a generation 7.5 TFT-LCD fab in China.
Opinion: 8 embedded trends for 2011
Blog  
12/16/2010   8 comments
Here are eight key trends for the embedded software and tools market in 2011, courtesy of market research company VDC Research Group (Natick, Mass.).
Patent firm pursues DRAM, FPGA companies
News & Analysis  
12/8/2010   13 comments
Intellectual Ventures Management LLC, a patent holder and administration group founded by Nathan Myhrvold, a former CTO of Microsoft Corp., has taken action on multiple fronts alleging patent infringement. In semiconductor industry the firm is pursuing two memory chip makers and three FPGA vendors.
Rambus sues six top chip makers
News & Analysis  
12/2/2010   12 comments
Rambus Inc. has filed multiple suits asking courts to bar imports of a wide range of chips—and systems using them--from Broadcom, Freescale, LSI, MediaTek, Nvidia and STMicroelectronics it claims infringe its patents.


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