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4|29|2016 TAIPEI—MediaTek, Qualcomm’s largest competitor in the smartphone silicon business, said it expects to increase shipments during the second quarter ...

4|29|2016 TAIPEI—Smartphone shipments fell for the first time in their nearly decade-long history during the first quarter this year, according to market research ...

4|29|2016 LONDON—Although energy harvesting has failed to take off to date – usually because it is has been uneconomic compared with installed battery ...

4|28|2016 SAN FRANCISCO—Cypress Semiconductor Corp. will pay $550 million to acquire Broadcom Corp.’s Wireless Internet of Things (IoT) business under the ...

4|28|2016 MADISON, Wis.—Cypress Semiconductor Corp.’s CEO T.J. Rodgers will this week retire from the top position he held at the company he founded 34 years ago.

4|28|2016 TORONTO—The JEDEC Solid State Technology Association recently published some updates to the Universal Flash Storage (UFS) family of standards, as well as ...

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