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9|16|2014 TORONTO -- Micron is looking to reduce power and improve performance with a new client SSD that leverages its new 128nm process technology and with a feature ...

9|16|2014 TORONTO -- HGST made a series of new product announcements as part of its initiative to create what it calls a "Flash fabric." At a live streaming event ...

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9|16|2014 MUNICH — In a megadeal that has been in the offing for several months, automotive parts company ZF Friedrichshafen has acquired US-based TRW Automotive. ...

9|16|2014 SAN JOSE, Calif. — An emerging breed of chip startup is helping Cavium launch an Ethernet switch chip that aims to challenge Broadcom, the dominant player ...

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You've probably heard the saying "It's what's inside that counts" or some version of it. Typically this is meant to indicate that a person's personality is more important ...

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Samsung was expected to be the first supplier to ship a 20nm smartphone SoC with its Exynos 5430, but Apple's just-announced iPhone 6 and 6 Plus run on their own 20nm A8 ...

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