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U.S. must fast-track policy on rare earth materials
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9/30/2010   26 comments
China's export and tariff rule changes for rare earth materials are a wakeup call: The U.S. must fast-track its policy on exploration, development and commercialization.
ARM makes market moves in Brazil
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9/20/2010   10 comments
Processor intellectual property licensor ARM has announced it has retained FastCompanyBrazil to help it develop its business in South America.
Report: ATIC plans $7B chip fab in Abu Dhabi
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9/15/2010   10 comments
ATIC, the majority investor in Globalfoundries, plans to spend up to $7 billion to build a semiconductor fab in Abu Dhabi, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal.
Europe's NXP pay out misses the PE point
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9/3/2010   5 comments
I don't agree with the European Commission's justification for putting up 1.8 million euros of European tax payers' money to support the former NXP workers.
ARM, GlobalFoundries to accelerate 28-nm foundry era
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9/1/2010   1 comment
GlobalFoundries said that it plans to get a jump on the 28-nm process era, making good on a previous promise, and taped-out a qualification vehicle based on ARM's Cortex-A9 dual processor.


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