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posted in June 2011
Xerox CEO: K-12 education system 'broken'
News & Analysis  
6/30/2011   57 comments
The K-12 education system in America is broken, said Ursula Burns, chief executive of Xerox who chairs a White House program on education.
Opinions divided on patent reform impact
News & Analysis  
6/24/2011   9 comments
Large companies praised and individual inventors criticized the patent reforms passed in Congress seen as having moderate impact across a variety of issues.
Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
Special Report  
6/24/2011   12 comments
Follow the footsteps of our roving reporter as he explores the electronics industry in Taipei and Hsinchu on a two-week tour.
House passes patent reform bill
News & Analysis  
6/23/2011   22 comments
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a patent reform bill by a vote of 304-117, the last major hurdle in revamping the U.S. patent system.
Updated: India again seeks help with fabs
News & Analysis  
6/23/2011   42 comments
The so-called Empowered Committee, set up by the Indian government to get the country into chip manufacturing, has prepared an advertisement inviting potential technology providers and financial investors to make a preliminary expression of interest in setting up semiconductor wafer fabs in India.
U.S. House to vote on patent reform
News & Analysis  
6/22/2011   14 comments
The House of Representatives is set to vote as early as Wednesday on a broad patent reform bill, the last big step in a six-year effort to enact a patent reform.
Japan takes Sparc to 8 Petaflops
News & Analysis  
6/20/2011   6 comments
A Japanese supercomputer using 68,544 Sparc-based processors from Fujitsu has been clocked at more than eight petaflops to become the world's fastest system.
The rise of China's fabless industry
News & Analysis  
6/15/2011   23 comments
China's burgeoning fabless chip sector is leveraging competitive advantages like access to capital and foundry agreements.
The rise of China's fabless industry
News & Analysis  
6/15/2011   23 comments
China's burgeoning fabless chip sector is leveraging competitive advantages like access to capital and foundry agreements.
AUO autostereo display hits 15.6 inches
News & Analysis  
6/9/2011   2 comments
AU Optronics will show a 15.6-inch glasses-free 3-D display at Display Taiwan, one of several components showing the island nation's progress in optical technologies.
Marvell claims first single-chip TD-SCDMA IC
News & Analysis  
6/1/2011   Post a comment
Marvell claims to be shipping the first single-chip solution to support China's TD-SCDMA telecommunications standard.


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